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" ... office of Hipparch, either, from being without any genius themselves for cavalry tactics, do not venture to enforce necessary orders upon others; or, because they are aiming at being elected Strategus, try all through their year of office to attach... "
The Histories of Polybius - Page 22
by Polybius - 1889
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The North-western Monthly: A Magazine Devoted to University ..., Volume 8

Education - 1897
...try all through their year of office to attach the young men to themselves and to secure their favor In the coming election; and accordingly never administer...Intemperate zeal than the negligent ones, and this is still cftener the case with regard to the cavalry. . . . (X, 22.) QUESTIONS. 1. What common defects of a...
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Greek and Roman Civilization: With an Introduction to the Source Study Method

Fred Morrow Fling - Greece - 1899 - 163 pages
...try all through their year of office to attach the young men to themselves and to secure their favor in the coming election; and accordingly never administer...still oftener the case with regard to the cavalry. . . . (X, 22.) QUESTIONS. 1. What common defects of a democratic society are shown in this extract...
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A Source Book of Greek History

Fred Morrow Fling - Greece - 1907 - 370 pages
...try all through their year of office to attach the young men to themselves and to secure their favor in the coming election; and accordingly never administer...up all transgressions, and, for the sake of gaining FIG. 24. PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN an insignificant popularity, do great damage to those who trust...
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