Xenophon's Minor Works: Comprising the Agesilaus, Hiero, Oeconomicus, Banquet, Apology of Socrates, The Treatises on the Lacedaemonian and Athenian Governments, On Revenues of Athens, On Horsemanship, On the Duties of a Cavalry Officer, and On Hunting
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