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The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Medes and Persians, Macedonians and Grecians, Vol. 2 (Classic Reprint)
Chap. III. Tlie famous Peace of A ntalcides prescribed to the Greeks by Artaxerxes Muemoii, 449 Sect, tG recian Cities of I onia implore aid of Lacedtemon. A gesilaus elected king. His character, 450 Sect. II. A gesilaus goes to A sia. Ljsander falls out with him, -- 458 III. Expedition of A gesilaus to A sia, 464 IV. A gesilaus recalled by theE phori to...
Chap. III. Tlie famous Peace of A ntalcides prescribed to the Greeks by Artaxerxes Muemoii, 449 Sect, tG recian Cities of I onia implore aid of Lacedtemon. A gesilaus elected king. His character, 450 Sect. II. A gesilaus goes to A sia. Ljsander falls out with him, -- 458 III. Expedition of A gesilaus to A sia, 464 IV. A gesilaus recalled by theE phori to defend his Country, -470 V. A gesilaus returns victorious to Spaitfi. Peace sliamef ulto the Greeks concluded, 479 Sect VI. War of Artaxerxes against Evagoras, 486 Eulogy and Character of Evagoras, 491 Trial ofT iribasus, 494 Sect. VII. The Expedition of Artaxerxes against the Cadusians. History of Detames tlie Carian, 495 (J hap. IV. History of Socrates abridged, 503 Sect. I. Birtli andE ducation of Socrates, 504 II. Of theD iB mon, or familiarS pirit of Socrates, -- -- 509 III. Socrates declared theW isest of Mankind by theO racle, -511 IV. Socrates devotes himself entirely to the Instruction of theY outh of A thens, 513 Sect. V. Socrates applies himself to discredit theS ophists in the opinion of the young A thenians, 520 Sect. VI. Socrates is accused of holding bad Opinions in regard to the gods. He is condemned to die, 622 Sect. VII. Socrates refuses to escape out of Prison. He drinks the Poison, 634r Sect. VIII. Refiectious upon Socrates, and theS entence passed upon him by the A theuians, 545 BOOK X. THE HISTORY OF THE PERSIANS AND GRECIANS, Containing the MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE GREEKS. Chap. I. Of Political Goveniment, B61 ARTICLE I. Of the Goveniment of Sparta, 552 Sect. I. I dea of theS partan Government, -.-... 553 II. Love of Poverty instituted atS parta, 556 III. Laws established by Minos inC rete, -- -- 660 ARTICLE n. Of the Government of A thens, 567 Sect. I, Foundation of the Government of A thens, -- .- 568 II. Of the Inhabitants of A thens, 570 I. Of the Citizens, -571 II. Of theS trang(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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