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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith) 39 39 Browse Search
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Xenophon, Hellenica (ed. Carleton L. Brownson), Book 2, chapter 3 (search)
Sophocles, Eratosthenes, Charicles, Onomacles,404 B.C. Theognis, Aeschines, Theogenes, Cleomedes, Erval contingents of the allies to their several404 B.C. cities, and he sailed home with the Laconian ocracy, Theramenes opposed him, saying that it404 B.C. was not reasonable to put a man to death becallent men outside this body nor rascals within404 B.C. it. “Besides,” he said, “we are undertaking, ou consider the matter, that no one finds more404 B.C. fault with the present proceedings than Thera and he was a leader in that government. When,404 B.C. however, he perceived that some opposition tol not be able to do the same thing to us also?404 B.C. We therefore arraign him on the charge of plothey nevertheless sailed away and left them to404 B.C. perish. I do not wonder, however, that Critia I knew that all those who had been zealous in404 B.C. the state's cause would look upon us with suscall him? For you in the days of the democracy404 B.C. were regarded as the bitterest of all haters [6 more...
Xenophon, Hellenica (ed. Carleton L. Brownson), Book 2, chapter 4 (search)
So, then, Theramenes died; but the Thirty,404 B.C. thinking that now they could play the tyrant without fear, issued a procl Phyle, and during the night Thrasybulus marched down with404 B.C. them; and about three or four stadia from the guardsmen hs out by the gate in the town wall in the direction of the404 B.C. sea. Meanwhile they had stationed the cavalry on the short numerous, they gathered in a compact body on the hill of404 B.C. Munichia.On the eastern side of the Piraeus peninsula. Ans, because once we were seized while dining or sleeping or404 B.C. trading, because some of us also were banished when we wees. to our aid, then let us all, moved by one spirit, take404 B.C. vengeance upon these men for the outrages we have sufferedangers with you both by land and by sea in defense of the404 B.C. common safety and freedom of us both. In the name of the the Thirty and choose others. And they chose ten, one from404 B.C. each tribe. The Thirty thereupon retired to Eleusis; and