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accus akin to Lat anaphora appos Ariaeus Armenia army asyndeton Attic prose avrbv avrov avrw battle battle of Cunaxa chiasmus clause Clearchus cogn cond const Ctesias Cyrop Cyrus dative disc dXXd dXXoi elvai Euphrates force genitive Greek hence hoplites ical iirl impf indir intrans irapa irapd irpbs ivravda Kara king Kvpos Kvpov neut one's oneself orig ovra ovre p.ev participle pass peltasts periphrasis Persian person phrase Phrygia poetical pres prob pron ravra river rots satrap soldiers subj subst thing tion Tissaphernes tois tovtov tows troops tt)v ttJs verb word Xenophon
Page 305 - Xenophon's narrative on which modern observation oushHtm°y°n nas thrown light, is his account of the poisonous honey of this region, after partaking of which his soldiers displayed all the symptoms of intoxication and frenzy1. This is now known to have been due to the moisture that distils from the flowers of the Azalea pontica, which grows in profusion in the valleys at the back of Trebizond ; this is poisonous, and affects the honey of the bees that feed upon it.
Page 254 - In honor I gained them, and in honor I will die with them," he had said on a previous occasion. The long swell set in to the bay of Cadiz. The English ships moved with it, all sail set, a light southwest wind filling their canvas. Before them, lay the French ships, with the morning sun on their sails, presenting a stately and beautiful appearance. On came the...
Page 472 - They bring these victuals and divers sorts of merchandises upon rafts borne upon goats' skins blown up full of wind in manner of bladders ; and when they have discharged their goods they sell the rafts for fire and let the wind out of their goats' skins and carry them home again upon their asses by land, to make other voyages down the river1.
Page 447 - For a person of average height, it is equal to about the distance from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger, plus a hand's-breadth, the former distance being the natural cubit (for a person of such height).
Page 462 - Burian. f HE parish of S. Levan is situated in the deanery and hundred of Penwith ; it is bounded on the north by S. Burian ; on the east and south by the sea; and on the west by Sennen. The estimated tithable lands amount to 2100 acres, namely, arable 46?A.