The Landmark Xenophon’s Hellenika

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Anchor | Dec 07, 2010 | 672 Pages | 7-3/8 x 9-1/4 | ISBN 9781400034765

  • Paperback$25.00

    Anchor | Dec 07, 2010 | 672 Pages | 7-3/8 x 9-1/4 | ISBN 9781400034765

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    Pantheon | Nov 03, 2009 | 672 Pages | 7-3/8 x 9-1/4 | ISBN 9780375422553

Praise

“Lavish. . . . Outstanding. . . . There is nothing else like [it].”—The New York Review of Books
 
“Beautifully produced. . . . [A] veritable treasure trove. . . . Constitute[s] a first-rate education in classical history.”—The New Criterion

“Robert Strassler has delivered again. . . . This is an excellent addition to the Landmark series.”—Sacramento Book Review
 

Table Of Contents

Introduction by David Thomas

Editor’s Preface
by Robert B. Strassler

Acknowledgments


Chronological Outline of Text by Book/Chapter/Section in Xenophon’s
Hellenika

Key to Maps

 
BOOK ONE
BOOK TWO
BOOK THREE
BOOK FOUR
BOOK FIVE
BOOK SIX
BOOK SEVEN
 
Appendix A
The Arginousai Affair
Peter Krentz, Davidson College
 
Appendix B
The Athenian Government and the Oligarchy of the Thirty
Peter Krentz, Davidson College
 
Appendix C
Chronological Problems in the Continuation (1.1.1–2.3.10) of Xenophon’s Hellenika
David Thomas, Hertfordshire, UK
 
Appendix D
Persia in Xenophon’s Hellenika
Christopher Tuplin, University of Liverpool
 
Appendix E
Spartan Government and Society
Paul Cartledge, University of Cambridge
 
Appendix F
The Spartan Army (and the Battle of Leuctra)
Paul Cartledge, University of Cambridge
 
Appendix G
Agesilaos
Paul Cartledge, University of Cambridge
 
Appendix H
Political Leagues (Other Than Sparta’s) in Xenophon’s Hellenika
P. J. Rhodes, University of Durham, NC
 
Appendix I
Units of Distance, Currency, and Capacity in Xenophon’s Hellenika
Thomas R. Martin, College of the Holy Cross
 
Appendix J
Ancient Greek Religion in the Time of Xenophon
Christopher Blackwell, Furman University
 
Appendix K
Trireme Warfare in Xenophon’s Hellenika
Nicole Hirschfeld, Trinity University
 
Appendix L
Land Warfare in Xenophon’s Hellenika
JohnW. I. Lee, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
Appendix M
Brief Biographies of Important Characters in Xenophon’s Hellenika
Skyler Balbus, Bard College at Simon’s Rock, MA
Paul Cartledge, University of Cambridge
Robert B. Strassler, Brookline, MA
David Thomas, Hertfordshire, UK
 
Appendix N
Compositional Theories of Xenophon’s Hellenika
David Thomas, Hertfordshire, UK
 
Appendix O
Selections from the Histories of Diodorus Siculus Relevant to Xenophon’s Hellenika
Translated by Peter Green, University of Iowa
 
Appendix P
Selected Fragments of the Hellenica Oxyrhynchia Relevant to Xenophon’s Hellenika
Translated by John Marincola, Florida State University
 
Translator’s Notes by John Marincola

Cross-Reference Table of Related Passages in Xenophon’s
Hellenika, Diodorus’ Histories, and the Hellenica Oxyrhynchia

Glossary

Ancient Sources Cited in This Edition of Xenophon’s Hellenika

Bibliography for the General Reader

Figure Credits

Index

Reference Maps and Directory

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