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Xenophon, Hellenica (ed. Carleton L. Brownson), Book 3, chapter 1 (search)
s might be free. Accordingly, the Lacedaemonians sent them399 B.C. Thibron as governor, giving him an army made up of a thouoluntary surrender, and likewise Teuthrania and Halisarna,399 B.C. two cities which were under the rule of Eurysthenes and Pman who was reputed to be exceedingly resourceful; indeed,399 B.C. he bore the nickname “Sisyphus.” Thibron accordingly wentimself and to use for winning the favour of his concubines399 B.C. and the men who had the greatest influence at the court ollor. Now when she was more than forty years old, Meidias,399 B.C. who was the husband of her daughter, was disturbed by cerren, a very strong place, thinking that if he succeeded in399 B.C. keeping the city for Pharnabazus he would receive honourse threw them open and admitted him. And after stationing a399 B.C. garrison in this city also, he marched at once against Scul mission.Now the men on the towers of Gergis, which were399 B.C. extremely high, did not throw their missiles because they
Xenophon, Hellenica (ed. Carleton L. Brownson), Book 3, chapter 2 (search)
might avoid being a burden to his allies, as Thibron had been, by wintering in a friendly country, and how, on the other399 B.C. hand, Pharnabazus might not, despising the Lacedaemonian army because of his superiority in cavalry, harm the Greek citi at the Greeks. And the latter, wounded and slain one after another, and unable to do the enemy any harm because of being399 B.C. shut up in the palisade, which was about the height of a man, finally broke through their own fortification and charged d be reported by Dercylidas to Lacedaemon, and by Tissaphernes to the King. While these things were being done in Asia by399 B.C. Dercylidas, the Lacedaemonians at the same time were engaged in war at home, against the Eleans. They had long been angris, at the head of the army, made his entrance into the territory of Elis through Achaea, along the Larisus. Now when the399 B.C. army had but just arrived in the enemy's country and the land was being laid waste, an earthquake took place. Then Agis,