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Xenophon, On the Cavalry Commander (ed. E. C. Marchant, G. W. Bowersock, tr. Constitution of the Athenians.), chapter 3 (search)
ods on behalf of the cavalry; secondly, he must make the processions during the festivals worth seeing; further, he must conduct all the other obligatory displays before the people with as much splendour as possible, that is to say, the reviews in the Academy, in the Lyceum, at Phalerum, and in the Hippodrome.Nothing in the sequel refers to manoeuvres at Phalerum; accordingly it has been proposed to omit kai\ ta\ *falhroi= as spurious. The Hippodrome was probably in the N.W. district of the Piraeus. This treatise gives the only information that we possess about these functions.These again are only brief notes; and I will now explain exactly how the details of these various functions may be carried out with most splendour. As for the processions, I think they would be most acceptable both to the gods and to the spectators if they included a gala ride in the market place. The starting point would be the HermsThe Herms stood in two rows between the “Stoa Basileios” and the “Poicile.” Th