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2nd Aor 6v cf Adjectives admire Agathokles Agis Alexander Aorist Apodosis apples Arginousai asked ASPIRATE Athenians Athens Attic Augment barbarians battle beautiful bird bread Cilician citizens clever Conditional Sentences conquered crasis Dareios Dative daughter Decline Derive Distinguish enemy Epaminondas Exercise father fear fecit Genitive giant Give instances Give the Futures Give the Greek Greek Grimm's Law hare honour hoplites horses ij cf Imperf irapa ISos jackal killed king king's KING'S COLLEGE SCHOOL Kritias Kroisos Latin lion little-boy loosed loves LOW GERMAN mannikin Mantineia Miletos old-man ov cf ovros oxen Parse participle Perf Persians persuaded Plup Plutarch Poros Priam principal tenses propitious Queen r6 cf Raven reign rose sceptre SHARP ships slave Sokrates soldiers spear struck Substantives Theramenes things Thirty Thirty Tyrants Trireme tyrant unhappy Venit Verbs vide wise words wretched wvos Xenophon Zeus
Page 36 - Eurotas' banks, and call thee from the tomb ? Spirit of freedom ! when on Phyle's brow Thou sat'st with Thrasybulus and his train, Couldst thou forebode the dismal hour which now Dims the green beauties of thine Attic plain ? Not thirty tyrants now enforce the chain, But every carle can lord it o'er thy land ; Nor rise thy sons, but idly rail in vain, Trembling beneath the scourge of Turkish hand, From birth till death enslaved...