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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith) 26 26 Browse Search
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Xenophon, Hellenica (ed. Carleton L. Brownson), Book 7, chapter 5 (search)
When these things were reported back to the362 B.C. general assembly of the Arcadians and to the sevns, the Euboeans, and many of the Thessalians,362 B.C. who came both from Alexandercp. VI. iv. 34 f.aring the man seems to me to have left not one362 B.C. undone. For, in the first place, I commend hi force and three of the battalions,cp. iv. 20.362 B.C. which numbered twelve. Now when Epaminondas hre. Epaminondas, on the other hand, reflecting362 B.C. that the Arcadians would be coming to Lacedae to their allies, just as soon as they saw the362 B.C. enemy they crashed upon them, eagerly desirinEpaminondas himself entertained such thoughts,362 B.C. seems to me to be in no wise remarkable, — forray for battle. It was not until he had moved362 B.C. along successive companius to the wing where Athenians on the left wing from coming to the362 B.C. aid of those who were posted next to them, heious and neither tried to hinder those who set362 B.C. them up, that both gave back the dead under a