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  Xenophon   of Athens - Greek soldier and writer, early 4th century B.C.
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Aelian:NA_2.11 the Persian did who occurs in Xenophon the 'golden'. **
Aelian:NA_6.25 longer tend him. Xenophon the son of Gryllus is clearly
Aelian:NA_8.3 Persian custom applauded by Xenophon [Cyr. 1. 2. 7 ]
Aelian:NA_13.24 vinces me. [24] & Xenophon has also the following remarks
Athen_4.150 been prepared." [35.] Xenophon also mentions the Thraci
Athen_4.151 ne, said, as he saw that Xenophon was no longer eating any
Athen_4.174 ording to the account of Xenophon, about a span in length,
Athen_5.216 give. And even the admirable Xenophon is not free from
Athen_5.217 the democracy. And Xenophon shows this plainly in the firs
Athen_6.252 ans, who is mentioned by Xenophon in the seventh book of
Athen_6.272 that admirable writer Xenophon has said in his book on
Athen_9.400 ery prolific animal, as, Xenophon has told us, in his trea
Athen_10.421 that admirable writer Xenophon [ Hell_3.4'17 ] calls
Athen_11.465 of Phigaleia. And Xenophon, in the eighth book of his Cyr
Athen_11.496 his (?) Tigon. And Xenophon, in the eighth book of his Cyr
Athen_12.544 luxury; on which account Xenophon says in his Memorabilia
Athen_13.573 ference to this goddess, Xenophon the Corinthian, when goi
Athen_13.574 this grove ! & [574] Lo, Xenophon, succeeding in his aim,
Athen_13.588 heodote the Athenian, as Xenophon tells us in his Memorabi
Athen_14.613 which follows. And Xenophon [ Ages_5.1 ] represents Agesil
Athen_14.614 amusing things. Xenophon also, in his Symposium [ 1.11
Athen_14.651 ntioned are dates. Xenophon, in the second book of his Ana
Athen_14.653 gmaf;), and olives." And Xenophon, in his Oeconomicus [
Athen_15.673 in the Memorabilia of Xenophon, not having added a sing
Cic:Brut_112 the Cyropaedia, by Xenophon, is read by every one; which,
Cic:Brut_132 and agreeable manner of Xenophon, and made a present of
Cic:Brut_292 age in the dialogues of Plato, Xenophon, and Aeschines.
Demetr:Eloc_37 in the prose of Plato, Xenophon, Herodotus and many othe
Demetr:Eloc_80 ture of his style. Xenophon, on the other hand, prefers
Demetr:Eloc_84 other way about. Xenophon, for example, says: 'on the
Demetr:Eloc_89 the following passage of Xenophon: 'like as a gallant houn
Demetr:Eloc_93 instead of a phrase is Xenophon's sentence: `it was not
Demetr:Eloc_98 infra.). [98] & Xenophon says that 'the army huzzaed,'
Demetr:Eloc_103 titions such as those of Xenophon, who says: `the chariots
Demetr:Eloc_104 and cut their way through' (Xenophon, Anabasis 1. 8,
Demetr:Eloc_121 themes. [121] & Xenophon obeys this rule when he says
Demetr:Eloc_131 gle jest. [131] & Xenophon also is familiar with this dep
Demetr:Eloc_134 have been first discovered by Xenophon. Having for his
Demetr:Eloc_137 and rapid touch. Xenophon will furnish an example: "'Thi
Demetr:Eloc_139 case with a passage of Xenophon relating to Cyrus: 'as
Demetr:Eloc_155 emble urbanity. In Xenophon, for example, Heracleides who
Demetr:Eloc_181 as well as with Plato, Xenophon and Herodotus; and it
Demetr:Eloc_296 ppean.' Another will (as Xenophon commonly does) express
DiogLaert_7.2 up the second book of Xenophon's Memorabilia and began
Lucian:Macr_21 ninety-two years, and Xenophon, son of Gryllus, more
Philoch_71 57'2 ] and the seventh book of Xenophon's Hellenica [ 7.5'
Plinius:Ep_7.32 your kindness. As Xenophon remarks,* & praise is the
Plut:Mor_832 profit of arguing, as Xenophon tells us in his Commenta
Plut:Mor_845 the Olynthians. Xenophon also, the pupil of Socrates,
Polyaen_1.49.1 put the rest to flight. [49] & Xenophon. Xenophon, in the
Polyaen_1.49.2 on harassing his rear, Xenophon formed his little army

  Xenophon 2   of Corinth - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 464 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_203 race 79th [464 B.C.] - Xenophon of Corinth, stadion race

  Xenophon 3   - Athenian archon, 287 B.C.
287/_ Athenian archon: Xenophon
    Within translations:
Syll_409 (c. 255/4)   ple in the year when Xenophon was archon {287/6 B.

  Xenophon   - in documents
DionHal:Din_12 for Aeschylus against Xenophon, in an action for desert
PCairZen_59368 therefore asks Zenon and Xenophon , as soon as they get
SEG_21.469 (129/8)   ople, as proposed by Xenophon of Sounion, the son o
SEG_25.447 (c. 273)   cribed records. Xenophon and the other damiorgoi, a
Syll_340 (3rd cent.)   sos, son of Theugenes Xenophon of Brasos, son of Kl
Syll_362 (299/8)   Kephale, the son of Xenophon, as secretary of the
Syll_367 (286/5)   . . . tribe, Xenophon of Halai, son of Nikeas, a
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   ia Diogenes of Kopros Xenophon of Kikynna Mynnisko
Syll_547 (soon after 210)   : Kleitophon of Iphistiadai Xenophon of Berenikid


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