4 edition of Hellenika I-II.3.10 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Xenophon ; edited with an introduction, translation, and commentary by Peter Krentz ; advisory editor, M.M. Willcock.|
|LC Classifications||DF214 .X4613 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|ISBN 10||0856684635, 0856684643|
|LC Control Number||90113584|
It contains articles on a wide variety of Hellenic topics, and reviews of recent books of importance to Greek studies. Coverage: (Vol. 1 - Vol. ) Hellenika I - II by Xenophon, P. Krentz. Hellenika I - II by Xenophon, P. Krentz (p. ). Xenophon: Hellenika I-II 5 copies Xenophon in Seven Volumes, Volume VI; Cyropaedia in Two Volumes, Volume II 5 copies Anabasis, Books [Ancient Greek] 5 copies.
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Continue reading → In the notes which follow, a number of references are made to comments contained in the editions of Hellenica I by P.
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Press, ; G.E. Underhill, Xenophon, Hellenica, Books I and II, Oxford, Clarendon. Thucydides. See: tahl, H.-P. () ‘Speeches and the Course of Events in Books Six and Seven of Thucydides’, Xenophon’s Hellenika Books I – II Study Guide Questions.
Xenophon Reading Group Book I – II Study Guide Questions 1. Alcibiades – You’ve got to either love him or hate him or both. Xenophon tells of his role in the latter years of the Pelopponesian War throughout our reading assignment for thi Continue reading → Hellenika I-II 1 copy.
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