Xenophon, Anabasis

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  • Fourth Century,” Rivista storica dell’Antichità 6/7: 241–284.
  • Roy, J. (1967) “The Mercenaries of Cyrus,” Historia 16: 287–323.
  • Roy, J. (1968) “Xenophon’s Evidence for the Anabasis,” Athenaeum 46: 37–46.
  • Tuplin, C. (1987) “The Administration of the Achaemenid Empire,” in Coinage and Administration in the Athenian and Persian Empires, I. Carradice ed., Oxford: British Archaeological Reports series 343: 109–66.
  • Tuplin, C. (1991) “Modern and Ancient Travellers in the Achaemenid Empire: Byron’s Road to Oxiana and Xenophon’s Anabasis,” Achaemenid History 7: 37–57.
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Abbreviations Works of Xenophon
  • Ages. = Agesilaus
  • Ap. = Apologia Socratis
  • Cyr. = Cyropaedia
  • Hell. = Hellenica
  • Hipp. = Hipparchicus
  • Lac. = Constitution of the Spartans
  • Mem. = Memorabilia
  • Oec. = Oeconomicus
  • Smp. = Symposium
Journals and Reference Works
AJ P=American Journal of Philology.
Boyce HZ=M. Boyce (1982) A History of Zoroastrianism vol.2, Leiden and Cologne: E. J. Brill.
BriantP. Briant (1996) Histoire de l’empire perse
Histoire =de Cyrus à Alexandre 2 vols. = Achaemenid History 10, Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten.
CAH =Cambridge Ancient History(1928–), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
CQ =Classical Quarterly.
DB =R. Schmitt ed. (1991) The Bisitun Inscriptions of Darius the Great, Old Persian Text = Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum part I vol. 10, London: Lund Humphries.
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