Xenophon

(c. 430-c. 350 BC) Greek soldier and writer who was a disciple of Socrates (described in Xenophon's Symposium). He joined the Persian prince Cyrus the Younger against his brother Artaxerxes II in 401 BC, and after the...
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Xenophon

(Perseus Encyclopedia entry 4) ancient Greek author; wrote the Anabasis, the Hellenica, the Cyropaedia, the Oeconomica and other works.
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Xenophon

noun Greek general and historian; student of Socrates (430-355 BC)
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Xenophon

[crater] Xenophon is a small lunar crater that lies across the southern rim of the walled plain Fermi, to the west of the crater Tsiolkovskiy. South of Xenophon is Zhiritskiy F, a satellite crater of Zhiritskiy to the south-southwest. The rim of this crater is eroded and crossed by several tiny craterlets, especially along the western edge....
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Xenophon

[name] Xenophon is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include: Given name: Surname: ...
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Xenophon

[son of Euripides] Xenophon, son of Euripides, was one of the Athenian generals to whom Potidaea surrendered. Later in the same year (429 BC) Xenophon and two other generals led an expedition against the Chalcideans and Bottiaeans at the Battle of Spartolos, but were compelled to retreat into Potidaea ...
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Xenophon

Greek historian and philosopher whose numerous surviving works are valuable for their depiction of late Classical Greece. His Anabasis (`Upcountry ... [18 related articles]
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Xenophon

Greek soldier and writer who was a disciple of Socrates (described in Xenophon's Symposium). He joined the Persian prince Cyrus the Younger against his brother Artaxerxes II in 401 BC, and after the Battle of Cunaxa the same year took command. His book Anabasis describes how he led 10,000 Greek mercenaries ...
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Xenophon

Xenophon (zen'ufun) , c.430 B.C.–c.355 B.C., Greek historian, b. Athens. He was one of the well-to-do young disciples of Socrates before leaving Athens to join the Greek force (the Ten Thousand) that was in the service of Cyrus the Younger of Persia. These troops served Cyrus at the disast...
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Xenophon

[n] - Greek general and historian
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