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Aigina Aiginetans anecdote appears Aristeides army Artabazos Artemision Asopos Athenians Athens Attic avrov Baehr battle Blakesley Boiotia centre Cobet Crit Delphi Dorian doubt elvai Erythrai Euboia Eurybiades fiev force Gargaphia Greek Hellenic Hellespont Holder Hoplites Hysiai ical iirl infra Ionians irapa irepl irpbs irpos island Isthmos Kara king Krueger Lakedaimonians Makedonian Marc Mardonios Masistes Megarians Mykale ovre passage Pausan Pausanias Peloponnesian Peloponnesos perhaps Persian cavalry Persian fleet Phokian phrase Plataia Plutarch position probably Psyttaleia ravra reference rr)v rrjv Salamis seel sense ships Spartan Stein Stein1 story Strabo Strategoi suggests supra teal Tegeatai temple Thebans Thebes Themistokles Thermopylai Thessalians Thuc Thucydides tion tovto tt)v ttjv verb victory word Xenoph Xerxes
Page 512 - No matter whether it was winter or summer, raining, snowing, hailing, or sleeting, or whether his 'beat
Page 800 - a divinity that shapes our ends, rough hew them as we will.
Page 529 - Xerxes inflammasse templa Graeciae dicitur, quod parietibus includerent déos, quibus omnia deberent esse patentia ac libera, quorumque hie
Page 512 - rode fifty miles without stopping, by daylight, moonlight, starlight, or through the
Page 616 - was the furthest point in Europe towards the setting sun to which this Persian army ever penetrated,
Page 800 - many things prove to me that the gods take part in the affairs of men,
Page 512 - like the wind ! There was no idling-time for a pony-rider on duty.