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AuthorXenophon;John Newman.
TitleXenophon's history of the affairs of Greece, in seven books : being a continuation of the Peloponnesian war; from the time where Thucydides ends to the battle at Mantinea; to which is prefixed an abstract of Thucydides, and a brief account of the land and naval forces of the ancient Greeks
Pub Year1685
KeywordsGreece History
To 146 B.C
Peloponnesian War, 431-404 B.C
AbstractThis book is a description of the cultural and social life of ancient Greece, specifically in times of war. Chapters include information on the Peloponnesian Wars, as well as an account of the strengths of the Greek army and navy. It also includes information on the mythology surrounding Greek culture and the overall importance of myths to a culture immersed in warfare. A lengthy description of the Battle of Mantinea is included, as well as information on the sacking and plundering of the Temple of Minerva.
PublisherPrinted by R.H. for W. Freeman
Place of PublicationLondon
Local Call NumberDF 231 X3
Resource TypeBook
TypeText
CollectionDr. Thomas J. Khattar Collection