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" Well, the Meleans still refused, and their town was taken. "The Athenians," Thucydides quietly 270 says, "thereupon put to death all who were of military age and made slaves of the women and children. They then colonized the island, sending thither five... "
Memories and Studies - Page 271
by William James - 1911 - 411 pages
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American Journal of Philology, Volume 21

Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, Charles William Emil Miller, Benjamin Dean Meritt, Tenney Frank, Harold Fredrik Cherniss, Henry Thompson Rowell - Philology - 1900
...the liberty they had enjoyed for 700 years, in the dispassionate words of Thuc. V 116: 'The Athenians thereupon put to death all who were of military age and made slaves of the women and children.' And these were the liberty-loving Athenians ! Calm self-control and stability of policy, sweet reasonableness...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 74

1881
...the business was this (v. 116) : ' the Melians were induced to surrender at discretion. The Athenians thereupon put to death all who were of military age,...sending thither five hundred settlers of their own' (i. 407). The remarkable eulogy in ii. 65 of the policy of Pericles, and the attributing all themishaps...
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The British Quarterly Review. July and October,1881.VOL.LXXIV

The British Quarterly Review. July and October,1881.VOL.LXXIV - 1881
...business was this (v. 116): ' the Melinns were induced to surrender at discretion. The Athenians therenpon put to death all who were of military age, and made...sending thither five hundred settlers of their own' (i. 407). The remarkable enlogy in ii. 65 of the policy of Pericles, and the attributing all the mishaps...
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Thucydides Translated Into English with Introduction, Marginal Analysis, and ...

Thucydides - Greece - 1883 - 699 pages
...among the citizens themselves. So the Melians were induced to surrender at discretion. The Athenians thereupon put to death all who were of military age,...sending thither five hundred settlers of their own. BC 416 ; Ol. 91. BOOK VI. VI. 1. DURING the same winter the Athenians conceived a ThcAthe- desire of...
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The divine origin of Christianity indicated by its historical effects

Richard Salter Storrs - Apologetics - 1884 - 674 pages
...treachery among its citizens. ' ' So the Melians were induced to surrender at discretion. The Athenians thereupon put to death all who were of military age,...women and children. They then colonized the island, by sending thither five hundred settlers of their own." [V. : 116. When the fortified camp of the...
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The divine origin of Christianity indicated by its historical effects

Richard Salter Storrs - Apologetics - 1884 - 674 pages
...treachery among its citizens. " So the Melians were induced to surrender at discretion. The Athenians thereupon put to death all who were of military age,...women and children. They then colonized the island, by sending thither five hundred settlers of then- own." [V. : 116. When the fortified camp of the...
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Greece in the Age of Pericles

Arthur James Grant - Greece - 1893 - 331 pages
...Melians resisted courageously, but yielded at length to a blockade. " The Athenians," says Thucydides, " thereupon put to death all who were of military age, and made slaves of the women and children." In the same year there came envoys from Egesta, in Sicily, asking for help against their neighbours...
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American Journal of Philology

Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, Charles William Emil Miller, Benjamin Dean Meritt, Tenney Frank, Harold Fredrik Cherniss, Henry Thompson Rowell - Philology - 1900
...the liberty they had enjoyed for 700 years, in the dispassionate words of Thuc. V 116: 'The Athenians thereupon put to death all who were of military age and made slaves of the women and children.' And these were the liberty-loving Athenians ! Calm self-control and stability of policy, sweet reasonableness...
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Plutarch's Nicias and Alcibiades

Plutarch - 1912 - 335 pages
...was invested by land and sea, and surrendered at discretion in the ensuing winter. " The Athenians thereupon put to death all who were of military age,...sending thither five hundred settlers of their own " (Thuc., v. 116, fin.). By means of an imaginary colloquy between Athenian envoys and the Melian government...
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The Diplomacy of the War of 1914, Volume 1

Ellery Cory Stowell - World War, 1914-1918 - 1915 - 728 pages
...among the citizens themselves. So the Melians were induced to surrender at discretion. The Athenians thereupon put to death all who were of military age,...sending thither five hundred settlers of their own. (BC 416.) THE WAR HAGUE CONVENTION OF OCTOBER 18, 1907, RELATIVE TO SETTLEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES1...
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