Adaption der "Biblioteka Historia Starozytnego": A.2.d. Autoren:
Xenophon Atheniensis: Bibliographischer Versuch


ACHTUNG: WORK IN PROGRESS

Xenophon: Xenophon Atheniensis / Xenophon von Athen

  1. Bibliographien/Forschungsgeschichte

  2. Biographien/Biographisches

  3. A-Z

  4. Schriften, übergreifend

  5. Sokratische Schriften

  6. Sonstige Schriften

  7. Zugeschriebenes/Nachwirkung


5. Sokratische Schriften



Allgemein
Apologie
Hieron
Memorabilien
Oikonomikos
Symposion



Pseudo-Xenophon: Athenaion Politeia

Nachwirkung



1. Bibliographien/Forschungsgeschichte




Olga Chernyakhovskaya:

Rezension zu: Flower, Michael A. (Hrsg.): The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon. Cambridge 2016 ,

in: H-Soz-Kult, 31.07.2017, www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/rezbuecher-27401.

Fazit:"Insgesamt bietet der vorliegende Companion zu Xenophon eine nützliche Einführung für Studierende und einen guten Ausgangspunkt für Einsteiger in die Materie; Xenophon-Forscher werden in manchen Beiträgen interessante Beobachtungen finden und den Band hin und wieder zum Auffrischen einiger bekannter Themen gewinnbringend konsultieren."




Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2017.10.19

Michael A. Flower (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon. Cambridge companions to literature.

Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Pp. xx, 520. ISBN 9781107652156.(pb).

Reviewed by Martin Devecka, University of California, Santa Cruz (mdevecka@ucsc.edu)

http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2017/2017-10-19.html

Table of Contents

Introduction, Michael A. Flower

I. Contexts

1. Xenophon and his Times, John W. I. Lee

2. Xenophon and Greek Philosopher, Louis-André Dorion

3. Xenophon and Greek Political Thought, Sarah Brown Ferrario

4. Xenophon’s Place in Fourth-Century Greek Historiography, Nino Luraghi

II. Individual Works

5. Xenophon’s Anabasis and Hellenica, John Marincola

6. Xenophon’s Apology and Memorabilia, David M. Johnson

7. Xenophon’s Symposium, Gabriel Danzig

8. Xenophon’s Oeconomicus, Fiona Hobden

9. Xenophon’s Cyropaedia: Tentative Answers to an Enigma, Melina Tamiolaki

10. Xenophon: the Small Works, John Dillery

III. Techniques

11. Xenophon’s Language and Expression, Vivienne Gray

12. Xenophon’s Authorial Voice, Christopher Pelling

13. Xenophon’s Narrative Style, Tim Rood

14. The Character and Function of Speeches in Xenophon, Emily Baragwanath

IV. Major Subjects

15 Xenophon as a Historian, Michael A. Flowerv 16. Xenophon on Leadership: Commanders as Friends, Richard Fernando Buxton

17. Xenophon and Athens, Christopher Tuplin

18. Xenophon on Persia, Kostas Vlassopoulos

19. Xenophon’s Views on Sparta, Paul Christesen

V. Reception and Influence

20. Xenophon’s Influence in Imperial Greece, Ewen Bowie

21. Xenophon and the Instruction of Princes, Noreen Humble

22. Xenophon’s Changing Fortunes in the Modern World, Tim Rood

Epilogue: Xenophon: Magician and Friend, Edith Hall




Fiona Hobden, Christopher Tuplin (ed.), Xenophon: Ethical Principles and Historical Enquiry.
Mnemosyne supplements. History and archaeology of classical antiquity, 348
.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2012.  Pp. x, 791.  ISBN 9789004224377.
  Reviewed by Alex Alderman, Missouri Valley College (alexalderman@gmail.com)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2013.07.48 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2013/2013-07-48.html

This volume collects 23 papers presented at a conference of the same name held in 2009 at the University of Liverpool, and it represents the latest attempt by scholars to resuscitate Xenophon’s image as a serious classical author.



Vivienne Gray (ed.), Xenophon. Oxford Readings in Classical Studies.  
Oxford/New York:  Oxford University Press, 2010.  
Pp. ix, 606.  ISBN 9780199216185.
Reviewed by David M. Johnson, Southern Illinois University Carbondale (mjohnson@siu.edu)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2010.08.37 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2010/2010-08-37.html

Includes bibliographical references (p. [573]-602) and index.
Subjects Xenophon--Criticism and interpretation.

Inhalte: Introduction / V.J. Gray -- Status and gender. Slavery in the Greek domestic economy in the light of Xenophon's Oeconomicus / S.B. Pomeroy ; Xenophon's foreign wives / Emily Baragwanath ; Xenophon on male love / Clifford Hindley -- Democracy. Le programme de Xénophon dans les Poroi (Xenophon's programme in the Poroi) / Philippe Gauthier ; Virtuous toil, vicious work : Xenophon on aristocratic style / Steven Johnstone ; The seductions of the gaze : Socrates and his girlfriends / Simon Goldhill -- Socrates. Xenophon's Socrates as teacher / D.R. Morrison ; Der Xenophontische Sokrates als Dialektiker (Xenophon's Socrates as dialectician) / Andreas Patzer ; The dancing Sokrates and the laughing Xenophon, or the other Symposium / Bernhard Huss ; L'exégèse strausienne de Xénophon : le cas paradigmatique de Mémorables IV 4 (the Straussian exegesis of Xenophon : the paradigmatic case of Memorabilia IV 4) / Louis-André Dorion -- Cyropaedia. L'idée de monarchie imperiale dans la Cyropédie de Xénophon (the idea of imperial monarchy in Xenophon's Cyropaedia) / Pierre Carlier ; Fictional narrative in the Cyropaedeia / Philip Stadter ; Die Frage nach dem bios eudaimōn : die Begegnung zwischen Kyros und Kroisos bei Xenophon (the question of the bios eudaimōn : the encounter between Cyrus and Croesus in Xenophon) / Eckard Lefèvre ; Xenophon's Cyropaedia and the Hellenistic novel / Michael Reichel ; The death of Cyrus : Xenophon's Cyropaedia as a source for Iranian history / Heleen Sancisi-Weerdenburg -- Historical writing. The sources for the Spartan debacle at Haliartus / H.D. Westlake ; Xenophon's Anabasis / Hartmut Erbse ; You can't go home again : displacement and identity in Xenophon's Anabasis / John Ma ; Irony and the narrator in Xenophon's Anabasis / P.J. Bradley ; Interventions and citations in Xenophon's Hellenica and Anabasis / V.J. Gray.



Christopher Tuplin (Ed.): Xenophon and his World
Papers from a conference held in Liverpool in July 1999
Historia – Einzelschriften Band 172
1. Auflage 2004. 524 S. 4 Tafeln, 2 Karten, Gebunden. ISBN 978-3-515-08392-8
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Christopher Tuplin, Xenophon and his World. Papers from a conference held in Liverpool in July 1999.
Historia Einzelschriften, 172
.  
Stuttgart:  Franz Steiner Verlag, 2004.  Pp. 524.  ISBN 3-515-08392-8.
Contributors: V. Azoulay, E. Badian, H. Bowden, R. Brock, J. Buckler, J. Dillery, M. Dreher, P. Funke, C. Hindley, N. Humble, M. Jehne, J. W. I. Lee, V. Manfredi, T. Petit, S. Pomeroy, T. Rood, E. Rung, F. Roscalla, R. Sevieri, M. Sordi, S. Sprawski, N. Sterling, L. Tritle, C. J. Tuplin, R. Waterfield
Reviewed by Stefan Stanke, The Queen's College, Oxford (stefan.stanke@queens.ox.ac.uk)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2006.05.46 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2006/2006-05-46.html

This volume has its origins in a conference on the World of Xenophon held in Liverpool in July 1999. According to its editor, Christopher Tuplin, the selection of papers lays no claim to be a systematic report on Xenophon or Xenophontean scholarship (p. 29). Nonetheless, it provides the reader with an insight into important topics and new trends concerning Xenophon and his vast oeuvre, and it has been written by accomplished experts in the field. The nature of the work is truly international: scholars 'from California to Kazan' (p. 14) contributed to it, and there are articles in English, German, French and Italian.

Overall the volume is an important contribution to Xenophontean scholarship since it assembles pieces by well-renowned experts on the subject.



Dillery, John:
Xenophon. c. 430 - c. 353 BC. Athenian soldier, philosopher, and historian.
In: Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition. Editor: Graham Speake. Volume 2: L - Z. London & Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers. - 2000. - S. 1740-1741.

Nickel, Rainer:
Xenophon.
Darmstadt : Wiss. Buchges., 1979. - VI, 163 S. - (Erträge der Forschung; 111).

Vela Tejada, José:
Post H. R. Breitenbach: tres décades de estudios sobre Jenofonte (1967 - 1997). Actualización cientifica y bibliográfica.
Zaragoza : Universidad de Zaragoza, Fac. de Filosofia y Letrs, Departamento di Ciencias de la Antigüedad, Area de Filologia Griega, 1998. - VIII, 224 S. - (Monografias de filologia griega. 11).



González Castro, J.F.:
Diez anos (1988 - 1997) de bibliografia sobre Jenofonte.
In: Tempus. Revista de actualización cientifica. (Madrid). - Bd. 22 (1999). - S. 5-20.


1295
Mesk, J.:
Bericht über Literatur zu Xenophon aus den Jahren 1930-1934.
Jahresbericht 251, 1936, 1-34
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3.4. Xenophon; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /



B `36, 2392; Zs 82
Bibliotheca Graeca. Xénophon.
ÉtCl 5, 1936, 644-651
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Bibliographie; \ A.2.d.; Verzeichnis der für d. Gymnasiallehrer wichtigen Ausgaben, Kommentare & Abhandlungen. /



                  APh 60, 5841
Due, Bodil:
Xenophon [en danois].
Hjorring (Danemark): Klassiker Foreningens Kildhaefter 1989. pp. 24 (Klassikerforeningens oversigter).
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3.4. Xenophon; <> A.2.d.


Rijksbaron, A.: The Xenophon factory.
In: The classical commentary. Histories, practices, theory. Roy K. Gibson and Christina Shuttleworth Kraus (Edd.). Leiden / Boston / Köln: Brill. (Mnemosyne. Suppl. 232.). - 2002. - S. 235-267.



APh 48, 4853
Frolíková, A.:
Zwei neue Beiträge zum Studium Xenophons.
ZJKF 18, 1976, 3-10 [en tchèque, rés. en all.]
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Literatur; Frolov, E.D.; \ A.2.d. /



B `35, 2287
Castiglioni, L.:
Studi Senofontei. <VII>.
RendLinc Ser. 6, 11, 1935, 584-604
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3.4. Xenophon; \ A.2.d. /



Agrégation de lettres classiques 2011/2012 : bibliographie essentielle sur Xénophon
Information publiée le vendredi 17 juin 2011 par Frédérique Fleck (source : Eugenio Amato)
[Agrégation 2011/2012]
Url de référence :
http://www.lettreslangages.univ-nantes.fr/90604/0/fiche___defaultstructureksup/











Biographien/Biographisches




Wikipedia, s.v. Xenophon - http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xenophon



P. TREVES, Per la cronologia di Senofonte, Mélanges offerts à A. M. Desrousseaux par ses amis et ses élèves, Paris, 1937, p. 459-473.



N. Humble, The limits of biography : the case of Xenophon, in: Pleiades Setting. Essays for Pat Cronin on his 65th birthday, Cork, 2002, p. 66-87.



B gr x 16-250
Croiset, Alfred:
Xénophon. Son caractère et son talent. Étude morale et littéraire. Par Alfred Croiset.
Paris: Ernest Thorin, Éditeur 1873. pp. 276
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Gesamtdarst.; <> A.2.d.; [Photokopie]


E. Delebecque, Essai sur la vie de Xénophon, Paris, 1957.



Chambry, P.:
Xénophon.
Paris: 1967.
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3.4. Xenophon;



20.355.44
Anderson, J.K.:
Xenophon.
London: Duckworth 1974. pp. IX, 206 (Class. Life & Letters)
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Biographie; <> A.2.d.; F.; Index: 201ff. ISBN 0 7156 0702 2; rec.: TLS 83, 1974, 927; rec.: G&R 21, 1974, 208 Murray.

ZZ 61/285; APh 48, 4852
Lewis:
rec.: Anderson, J.K., Xenophon ...
CR 27, 1977, 107
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Biographie; Anderson, J.K.; \ F.; A.2.d. /



ZZ 61/82; APh 49, 5097
Oost:
rec.: Anderson, J.K., Xenophon ...
CPh 73, 1978, 265-266
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Xenophon/ Biographie; \ A.2.d.; F. / 2



Gr x 16 9771; APh 49, 5101
Higgins, W.E.:
Xenophon the Athenian. The problem of the individual and the society of the polis.
Albany, NY: State Univ. of New York Press 1977. pp. XV, 183
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Xenophon/ Biographie; <> A.2.d.; C.1.a.; F.; Index: 180ff.; Klass.Phil.; rec.: AHR 83, 1978, 695 Rexine; RSC 26, 1978, 143 d'Agostino.


ZZ 70/222; APh 49, 5101
Anderson, J.K.:
rec.: Higgins, W.E., Xenophon the Athenian. The problem of the individual and the society of the polis. Albany 1977.
CJ 73, 1978, 358-359
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Xenophon/ Biographie; Higgins, W.E.; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; F. /



ZZ 61/315; APh 49, 5101
Nickel, R.:
rec.: Higgins, W.E., Xenophon the Athenian. The problem of the individual and the society of the polis. Albany 1977.
Gymnasium 85, 1978, 461-463
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Xenophon/ Biographie; Higgins, W.E.; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; F. /



Tp C II - 2
Cartledge, Paul:
[rec.:] Higgins, W.E., Xenophon the Athenian. The problem of the individual and the society of the polis. Albany 1977.
Hermathena 124, 1978, 92-94
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lak. Pol.; Xenophon/ Biographie; Higgins, W.E./ Xenophon the Athenian; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; F.; APh 49, 5101. Bes. Kritik an Higgins'Deutung der Lak. Pol. /



Lendle, Otto:
Xenophon.
In: Grosse Gestalten der griechischen Antike. 58 historische Portraits von Homer bis Kleopatra. Herausgegeben von Kai Brodersen. München: Verlag C.H.Beck. - 1999. - S. 185-193.



Morrison, Donald:
Xenophon.
In: Greek Thought. A Guide to Classical Knowledge. Edited by Jacques Brunschwig and Geoffrey E. R. Lloyd with the collaboration of Pierre Pellegrin. Translated under the direction of Catherine Porter. Cambridge & London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. - 2000. - S. 779-784.




Burkhard Meißner:

Rezension zu: Müller-Goldingen, Christian: Xenophon. Philosophie und Geschichte. Darmstadt 2007,

in: H-Soz-u-Kult, 28.04.2008,

http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/rezensionen/2008-2-073.

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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Biographie, intellektuelle; - A.2.d. Studien über Autoren



J. Retsö, Xenophon in Arabia, Greek and latin studies in memory of C. Fabricius, Gothoburg, 1990, p. 122-133.



A. Nicolai, Über die Verbannung des Xenophon, in: Jahrb. f. class. Philologie 89, 1864, p. 811-823.

P. J. Rahn, The date of Xenophon's exile, dans Classical contributions. Studies in honour of M. F. McGregor, New York, 1981, p. 103-119.



C. Tuplin, Xenophon's exile again, in: Homo viator. Classical essays for J. Bramble, Bristol, 1987, p. 59-68.



Gonzalez Castro, Jose Francisco
El exilio de Jenofonte.
Gerion 16 (1998) 177-182
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Biographie; - A.2.d. Studien über Autoren



C. Ruggeri, Senofonte a Scillunte, Athenaeum 92, 2004, 451-466.



APh 58, 5093
Anderson, John K.
Xenophon at Corinth.
Aus: Chiaro, Mario A. del; Biers, William R. (Hg.): Corinthiaca. Studies in honor of Darrel A. Amyx, ed. by Chiaro, Mario A. Del & Biers, Wiliam R., Columbia, Missouri 1986. pp. 36-39
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Biographie; - A.2.d. Studien über Autoren



L'Allier, L.:
Le domaine de Scillonte: Xénophon et l'exemple perse.
In: Phoenix. The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada. - Bd. 52 (1998). - S. 1-14.



G. F. UNGER, Über Xenophons Todesjahr, Philologus Suppl. 5, 1886, p. 715-716.



Zs 470; B `34, 1618
Gemoll, Wilh.:
Xenophon als Soldat.
PhW 54, 1934, 366-367
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Soldat; 4.6.1.2.1.; \ A.2.d.; G.1. /



APh 47, 4603
Lengauer, W.:
Ksenofont, wódz najemników.
Meander 31, 1976, 89-93 [avec rés. en lat.]
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2.1.4. s.v.; Kyros d.J.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Söldner; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; 5.2.2.2. s.v.; Söldner, gr.; \ A.2.d.; G.2. /



B `36, 2401
Brouwers, A.:
rec.: Colin, G., Xénophon historien ...
RevBelgPh 15, 1936, 149-150
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Historiker; Colin, G./ Xénophon Historien; \ A.2.d. /



B `35, 2288
Cloché, P.:
rec.: Colin, G., Xénophon historien ...
RevEG 48, 1935, 152
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Historiker; Colin, G./ Xénophon historien; \ A.2.d. /


B `35, 2288
Corradi, G.:
rec.: Colin, G., Xénophon historien ...
BollFilCl 6, 1934/35, 229-233
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Historiker; Colin, G./ Xénophon historien; \ A.2.d. /


R bgrx 16-265
Dillery, John David:
Xenophon's historical perspectives.
[Ann Arbor]: UMI [1989]. pp. v, 297 (Diss. The Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor 1989)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Kleinasien; 3.2.2.; Digression; Rede; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.1.3.1.; eusebeía; <> A.2.d.; D.1.; Order No. 9001619. DA L 1989-1990 2478A.
[R 14/93] (9+2)



gri900x522:q/d45
Dillery, John:
Xenophon and the History of His Times.
London & New York: Routledge 1995. pp. xii,337
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3.4. Xenophon; 2.2.3.5.; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ politische & soziale Ansichten; 4.1.3.1.; 2.2.3.4.; Imperialismus/ Xen.; Utopie/ Xen.; Panhellenismus/ Xen.; Xenophon/ Anabasis/ Utopie; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; Paktolos/ Schlacht am; 5.2.2.1.; Jason von Pherai/ Xen.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Hegemonie; Phleious/ Xen.; Dreißig/ Athen/ Xen.; Triakonta/ Athen/ Xen.; Mnasippos/ Xen.; Iphikrates/ Xen.; Idealstaat/ Xen.; 4.5.3.; Xenophon/ Religion; Xen. Mem. 1,4; Xen. Mem. 4,3; Xen. Hell. 5; Korinthischer Krieg/ Kleinasien; <> A.2.d.; ISBN 0-415-09139-X; (Bibliography: 298ff.; Indices: 319ff.)





APh 20, p. 195; Klass. Arch.
Adriani, A.:
Un ritratto di Senofonte.
ArchClass 1, 1949, 39-45
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2.2.4.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Porträt; 5.1.3.1. s.v.; Herme/ Marmor/ Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; F.; Ende 4. Jh. v.Chr. /




Vivienne Gray (University of Auckland): WORK IN PROGRESS ON XENOPHON’S LANGUAGE.

ASCS 32 PROCEEDINGS

http://www.ascs.org.au/news/ascs32/Gray.pdf







2. A-Z


Achämeniden (s. Perser)

Ackerbau

Agesilaos

Agrarwirtschaft (s. Ackerbau)

Aigospotamoi

Agoranomos

Alkibiades

Altar (s. Religion)

Anaxibios

Antisthenes

Aphrodite

Apoikie (s. Kolonisation)

Arabien

Aristoteles

Arkadien

Armenien

Artaxerxes II.

Asien (s.a. Barbaren)

Athen (s.a. Demos)

Außenpolitik

autonomia

Babylonien

Barbaren (s.a. Perser)

Basileia (s.a. Perser)

Biographie

Boiotarchia (s.a. Boiotien)

Boiotien (s.a. Theben)

Bouleuterion

Brief

Bürgerkrieg (s. Stasis)

Bundesstaat (s.a. Koinon)

charis

Demokratie

Demos

Dialog

Didaktik

Diodor

Dioikismos (vgl. Synoikismos)

Dreißig

Drilai (s. Kolchis)

Epaminondas

Epistolographie s. Brief

Ernährung

Erziehung (s.a. Paideia)

Ethnographie

Eubulos

Eunuch

Feldherrnrede

Foederalismus/ Föderalismus (s.a. Koinon, s.a. Bundesstaat)

Formenlehre (s. Grammatik)

Frauen

Freundschaft (s. philia)

Frieden (s.a. Krieg)

Frühstück

Führerschaft

Fürstenspiegel (s.a. Führerschaft)

Geographie (s.a. Verkehrsgeographie)

Geschichtsschreibung (s. Historiographie)

Gobryas

Gorgias

Gottesbeweis

Grammatik

Großgrundbesitz

Hegemonie (s.a. Reich)

Heiligtum

Hellenika Oxyrhynchia

Hellenismus

Hellenozentrismus

Herakles am Scheideweg (s. Prodikos)

Herodot

Herrscherideal (s.a. Fürstenspiegel)

hetaira (s. Hetäre)

Hetäre

Historiographie

Homosexualität

Idealgesellschaft (s. Staatsideal)

Idealherrscher (s.a. Fürstenspiegel)

Imperialismus

Intertextualität

Iphikrates

Iraner (s. Perser)

Isokrates

Isotelie

Jagd

Jahr/Jahreszeiten

Jason von Pherai

Kadusier

Kallikratidas

Kallinos

Kavallerie (s. Reiterei)

Klearchos

Kleophon

Kleruchie (s.Kolonisation)

Koinon (s.a. Foederalismus/ Föderalismus, s.a. Bundesstaat)

Kolchis

Kolonisation

Krieg (s.a. Frieden)

Kriegsgefangene

Ktesias von Knidos

Kunaxa

Kurtisane (s. Hetäre)

Kyros d.Gr.

Landschaft

Leuktra

Lysander

Mahlzeit (s.a. Frühstück)

Manipulation

Maximus

Medien

Militärgeschichte

Mossynoikoi (s. Kolchis)

Namenskunde

Ökonomie

Oikoumene

Opposition

Paideia (s.a. Erziehung)

Panhellenismus

Periöken

Perser (s.a. Barbaren)

Perserkriege

philanthropia

philia

Philolakonismus (s. Sparta)

Philosophie (s.a. Politik, s.a. Idelgesellschaft)

Platon

Polis

Poliswirtschaft

Politik

Politische Philosophie (s. Politik)

Polykrates Sophistes

Polypragmosyne (s.a. Imperialismus)

pornê (vgl. hetaira)

Prodikos

Raum

Reden (s.a. Feldherrnrede)

Reich

Reiterei

Religion (s.a. Gottesbeweis)

Rhetorik

Rhetra

Roman

Sakralarchitektur (s. Religion)

Sardis, Schlacht bei

Schlachtenschilderungen

Scholien

Schwarzmeergebiet (s.a. Kolchis)

Sklaverei

Skyllous/Skillus

Söldner

Sokrates

Sophrosyne

Sparta

Sprache (s.a. Stil)

Staatsideal

Stasis

Stil

Techne (s.a. Paideia)

Tempel (s. Religion)

Theben (Boiotien)

Themistogenes

Theramenes

Thraker

Thukydides

Tissaphernes

Topographie (s.a. Geographie)

Tyrannis

Verfassungsdebatte

Verkehrsgeographie

Verwandtenehe

Wirtschaft (s. Ökonomie)




Ackerbau

Marein, M.F. :

Le travail de la terre et ses techniques à travers l'Économique de Xénophon.

In: Bulletin de l'Association Guillaume Budé. (Paris). - Bd. 3 (1997). - S. 189-209.


Agesilaos


T 12 067 585
Cartledge, Paul:
Agesilaos and the crisis of Sparta.
London: Duckworth 1987. pp. 508
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.7. Sparta; Krise/ Sparta; Imperialismus/ Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos II. von Sparta; <> F.; C.1.a.; ISBN 0-7156-2082-7; StUB Ffm; 1. Agesilaos, II 2. Sparta-Kings and rulers-Biography;


Zs 305; APh 47, 8604
Cawkwell, G.L.:
Agesilaus and Sparta.
CQ 26, 1976, 62-84
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; Diodor/ Agesilaos; Plutarch/ Agesilaos; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Panhellenismus; Theben/ Feindschaft, Sparta; 4.6.1.1.1. s.v.; Königsfrieden; 4.6.3.1.1. s.v.; Peloponnesischer Bund; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos II. von Sparta; \ F.; C.1.a.; A.2.d.; 399-362 v.Chr.;


Sp L II - 2
Lins, Hermann:
Kritische Betrachtung der Feldzüge des Agesilaos in Kleinasien.
Halle (Saale): Buchdruckerei Hohmann 1914. pp. 57 (Diss. Halle/ Saale 1914.)
--------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Agesilaos; 3.2.2.; Hellenika Oxyrhynchia/ Agesilaos; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; 4.6.1.2.1.; Agesilaos/ Kleinasienfeldzug; Schlacht/ Paktolos; <> C.1.a.; G.3.; A.2.d.
[A 1810/63]



Z 18; APh 18, p. 195
Hatzfeld, J.:
Agésilas et Artaxerxès II.
BCH 70, 1946, 238-246
------------------------------------
2.1.4.; Artaxerxes II./ Achämenide; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Persien; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Ages. 8,3ff; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Apopht. Lac. 213d; Plutarch/ Ages. 23; Aelian/ VH 10,20; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.; Barbaren; 4.6.1.1.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos/ Diplomatie; \ C.1.a.; A.2.d.; F. /



Agoranomos

O'Connor, Stephen

The Agoranomoi at Cotyora (Xen. An. 5, 7, 21 - 29): Cerasuntians or Cyreans?

Zeitschrift:

The Classical Quarterly 66, 2016, Heft 1, pp. 84-99

Abstract:

In the late spring of 400 b.c.e., when the Ten Thousand were encamped outside the city of Cotyora, Xenophon addressed the soldiers gathered in assembly in order to defend himself against accusations that he was planning to lead them on a colonizing expedition to the land of the Phasis river. Having demonstrated that he was not misleading the soldiers (that is, that his true intentions were not to lead them to the Phasis) by proving that he could not hope to deceive them into travelling east, Xenophon then moved on to what he presented as a more serious matter for the assembled mercenaries: the problem of growing indiscipline in the army, and its consequences (both potential and actual). Xenophon illustrated the extent of the problem by describing to the men two incidents in detail.




Aigospotamoi

Wikipedia, s.v. Aigospotamoi

Die Schlacht bei Aigospotamoi (griechisch Ziegenflüsse) fand im September 405 v. Chr. gegen Ende des Peloponnesischen Krieges statt.

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schlacht_bei_Aigospotamoi

Robinson, Eric Wild

What Happened at Aegospotamoi? Xenophon and Diodorus on the Last Battle of the Peloponnesian War.
Historia 63, 2014, 1-16
A.2.d.

Bourriot, F.
Xénophon et la bataille d'Aegos Potamos.
Aus: (Hg.): Opes atticae. Miscellanea philologica et historica R. Bogaert et H. van Looy oblata., The Hague 1990. pp. 49-64
-------------------------------------
2.2.3.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Schlachtenschilderung; 4.6.1.2.1.; Schlacht/ Aigospotamoi; - G.3.; C.1.a.; A.2.d.; Q: Archäolog. BBBibliographie 1992.

E d 650
Ducrey, Pierre:
Le traitement des prisonniers de guerre dans la Grèce antique. Des Origines à la conqquête romaine.
Paris: Boccard 1968. pp. XIV, 358
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4.1.1.6.1.; 4.1.5.1.; 4.5.3.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; 5.8.; Kriegsgefangenschaft/ Vokabular, gr.; dmôs/ Kriegsgefangener; aichmálôtos/ Kriegsgefangener; andrápodon/ Kriegsgefangener; zôgréô/ Kriegsgefangener; Massaker/ Kriegsgefangene, gr.; Aigos Potamos/ Schlacht/ Kriegsgefangene/ Massenhinrichtung; Heilige Kriege/ 3./ Kriegsgefangene/ Massenhinrichtung; Kriegsgefangene/ Versklavung, gr.; Sphakteria/ Kriegsgefangene/ Behandlung; 3.4. Homer; Homer/ Kriegsgefangenschaft; Sybaris/ Besiegte, Behandlung; Melos/ Massaker/ Peloponn. Krieg; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis/ Kriegsgefangene; Kriegsgefangenschaft/ Xen. An.; Zehntausend/ Kriegsgefangene, Behandlung; 2.2.4.1.; Alexander d.Gr./ Kriegsgefangene, Behandlung; Piraterie/ Gefangene, Behandlung; 4.2.2.; Krieg/ Wirtschaft, grch.; Lösegeld/ Kriegsgefangene, grch.; 4.1.3.1.; Barbaren/ Griechen; Asylie/ Kriegsgefangenschaft, gr.; <> G.1.; C.
[175/69]



Alkibiades

APh 46, p. 362
Delebecque, Ed.
Alcibiade selon le Xénophon des Helléniques.
Aus: (Hg.): Assoc. G. Budé. Actes du IXe Congrès. Rome 13-18 Avril 1973., Paris 1975. pp. 177-183
-------------------------------------
2.2.3.4.; Athen/ Politiker; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Alkibiades; Thukydides/ 6,15; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Alkibiades; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Alkibiades/ Beurteilung; - F.; A.2.d.



APh 48, 4552
Giuliani, G.:
Problemi tucididei. Il giudizio su Alcibiade.
NRS 61, 1977, 356-366
------------------------------------
2.2.3.4.; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Alkibiades; Aristophanes/ Alkibiades; Euripides/ Alkibiades; Xenophon/ Alkibiades; 4.1.3.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Alkibiades/ Beurteilung; \ A.2.d.; F. /



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018.09.15

David Stuttard, Nemesis: Alcibiades and the Fall of Athens.   Cambridge, MA; London:  Harvard University Press, 2018.  Pp. 368.  ISBN 9780674660441.  $29.95 (pb).  

Reviewed by Samuel Ortencio Flores, College of Charleston (floresso@cofc.edu)

http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2018/2018-09-15.html



Anaxibios

APh 59, 6258
Roisman, Joseph:
Anaxibios and Xenophon's Anabasis.
AHB 3, 1988, 80-87
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1. s.v.;Anaxibios; Xenophon/Anabasis; Xen. An. 7,1-2 et pass. /



Antisthenes

Birt, Th.

Zu Antisthenes und Xenophon.

RhM 51, 1896, 153-157


B `35, 2290
Fritz, Kurt von:
Antisthenes und Sokrates in Xenophons Symposion.
RhM 84, 1935, 19-45
------------------------------------
3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xen. Sym.; Antisthenes/ Xen. Sym.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symposion; \ A.2.d.; D.2. / 2



Tp P II - 7
Roscalla, Fabio:
Influssi Antistenici nell'Economico di Senofonte.
Prometheus 16, 1990, 207-216
------------------------------------
3.2.3.; Antisthenes/ Nachwirkung; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Antisthenes; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; \ A.2.d.; D.2. / (3+2)



Aphrodite

Aph 59, 13781
Pirenne-Delforge, Vinciane
Epithètes cultuelles et interprétation philosophique. À propos d' Aphrodite Ourania et Pandémos à Athènes.
AC 57, 1988, 142-157
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2.2.3.; Athen; 3.2.3.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.5.3.; Aphrodite; Epitheton;



Arabien

APh 59, 6244
Donner, Fred M.:
Xenophon's Arabia.
Iraq 48, 1986, 1-14
------------------------------------
2.1.3. Mesopotamien; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Anabasis; 4.1.4.2.1. s.v.;Geographie; Arabien; Nomaden; \ /



J. Retsö, Xenophon in Arabia, Greek and latin studies in memory of C. Fabricius, Gothoburg, 1990, p. 122-133.



Aristoteles

Z 58
Seeck, O.:
Quellenstudien zu des Aristoteles Verfassungsgeschichte Athens.
Klio 4, 1904, 164-181; 270-326
------------------------------------
3.4. Aristoteles; Aristoteles/ Ath.pol./ Quellenstudien; Androtion/ Atthis/ Arist. Ath.pol.; 2.2.3.1.; Solon/ Münzreform, angebliche; 4.2.4.1.; 5.4.2.4.; Solon frg. 36 [p.165]; Plut. Sol. 15 [p.166]; Arist. Ath.pol. 6,1 [p.165]; Arist. Ath.pol. 12,4 [p.165]; Androtion/ Solon; Seisachtheia/ Münzreform, Solon; Schol. Aristoph. av.1106 [p.167]; Poll. 9,60 [p.167]; Plut. Thes. 25 [p.167]; Poll. 9,76 [p.167]; Arist. Ath.pol. 10,1 [p.168]; Arist. Ath.pol. 10,2 [p.169]; Arist. Oikon. 2,2,4 [p.174]; Hippias/ Münzreform [p.174]; Arist. Ath.pol. 14,1 [p.177]; Arist. Ath.pol. 4,3 [p.180]; Arist. Ath.pol. 10 [p.270]; Plut. Sol. 23 [p.270]; Aristoteles/ Forschungsmethode, historische; Arist. Ath.pol./ spätere Hinzufügungen [p.270]; Arist. Ath.pol. 7,3 [p.273]; Arist. Ath.pol. 8,4 [p.273]; Plut. Sol. 12f. [p.274]; Arist. Ath.pol. 2 [p.275]; Arist. Ath.pol. 5,2 [p.275]; Plut. Sol. 29 [p.277]; Arist. Ath.pol. 13,1 [p.277]; Arist. Ath.pol. 22,4-6 [p.278]; Arist. Ath.pol. 28,4 [p.282]; Arist. Ath.pol. 32,2 [p.284]; Arist. Ath.pol. 38,2f. [p.284]; Arist. Ath.pol. 40,2 [p.284]; Arist. Ath.pol. 28,3 [p.285]; Arist. Ath.pol. 41,2 [p.285]; Lys. or. 12,62 [p.285]; Plat. Gorg. 518E [p.286]; Drakon/ Gesetze/ Aristot. Ath.pol. [p.306]; Plut. Sol. 17 [p.306]; Arist. Ath.pol. 7,1 [p.306]; Kylonische Frevel/ Arist. Ath.pol.; Her. 5,66ff. [p.318]; Thuk. 1,126 [p.323]; Paus. 1,28,1 [p.324]; Gewichtsreform, solonische [p.164]; 5.4.2.5.; Xenophon/ Aristoteles [p.286]; \ A.2.d.; D.2. (I. Die angebliche Münzreform Solons [p.164]/ II. Die späteren Zusätze der Politeia [p.270]/ III. Die Hauptquelle [p.282]/ IV. Die attische Chronik [p.292]/ V. Die Gesetze Drakons [p.306]/ VI. Der Kylonische Frevel [p.318]) /



Petruzzella, Michelangelo:
"La presenza di Senofonte in Aristotele (Costituzione degli Ateniesi 36, 1-2)."
RFIC 124.2 (1996) 137-148



Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

Plato, Aristotle and Xenophon on the Ends of Virtue, Gabriel Danzig



Arkadien

Z 36
Roy, James:
Arcadia and Boeotia in Peloponnesian affairs 370-362 B.C.
Historia 20, 1971, 569-599
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.6.; Boiotia; Arkadien; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.5.2.1. Aristokratie/Oligarchie, gr.; 4.3.5.3.1. Demokratie, gr.; 4.6.1.1.1. Verh. Frieden, gr.; 4.6.1.2.1. Kriegf., gr.; 4.6.3.1.1. zw.staatl. Vgg., gr.; Boeotien; \ C.1.a. /



Armenien

alg836
Jacobs, Bruno
Armenien von der Eroberung durch die Perser bis in die Zeit Alexanders des Großen.
Aus: Ruprechtsberger, Erwin M. (Hg.): Armenien. Beiträge zur Sprache, Geschichte und Archäologie., Linz 1990. pp. 37-46 (Linzer Archäologische Forschungen. 18/2.)
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2.1.4.; Armenien/ Achämeniden; 2.2.4.1.; Armenien/ Alex.d.Gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Armenien/ Xenophon; 5.2.2.1.; Orontiden; - B.1.


Artaxerxes II.

Pontier, Pierre:
Artaxerx�s II et les noms du Roi chez X�nophon
Aus Sammelband: La repr�sentation n�gative de l' autre dans l' antiquit�. Hostilit�, r�probation, d�pr�cation.
Sous la dir. d' Anne Queyrel Bottineau. (Collection histoires). Dijon: �d. Univ. de Dijon. 2014.
pp. 253-268



Athen

Tuplin, Christopher J.: Xenophon and Athens
Aus: The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon. Ed. by Michael A. Flower. (Cambridge companions to literature). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2017. pp. 338-359



Z 58
Seeck, O.:
Quellenstudien zu des Aristoteles Verfassungsgeschichte Athens.
Klio 4, 1904, 164-181; 270-326
------------------------------------
3.4. Aristoteles; Aristoteles/ Ath.pol./ Quellenstudien; Androtion/ Atthis/ Arist. Ath.pol.; 2.2.3.1.; Solon/ Münzreform, angebliche; 4.2.4.1.; 5.4.2.4.; Solon frg. 36 [p.165]; Plut. Sol. 15 [p.166]; Arist. Ath.pol. 6,1 [p.165]; Arist. Ath.pol. 12,4 [p.165]; Androtion/ Solon; Seisachtheia/ Münzreform, Solon; Schol. Aristoph. av.1106 [p.167]; Poll. 9,60 [p.167]; Plut. Thes. 25 [p.167]; Poll. 9,76 [p.167]; Arist. Ath.pol. 10,1 [p.168]; Arist. Ath.pol. 10,2 [p.169]; Arist. Oikon. 2,2,4 [p.174]; Hippias/ Münzreform [p.174]; Arist. Ath.pol. 14,1 [p.177]; Arist. Ath.pol. 4,3 [p.180]; Arist. Ath.pol. 10 [p.270]; Plut. Sol. 23 [p.270]; Aristoteles/ Forschungsmethode, historische; Arist. Ath.pol./ spätere Hinzufügungen [p.270]; Arist. Ath.pol. 7,3 [p.273]; Arist. Ath.pol. 8,4 [p.273]; Plut. Sol. 12f. [p.274]; Arist. Ath.pol. 2 [p.275]; Arist. Ath.pol. 5,2 [p.275]; Plut. Sol. 29 [p.277]; Arist. Ath.pol. 13,1 [p.277]; Arist. Ath.pol. 22,4-6 [p.278]; Arist. Ath.pol. 28,4 [p.282]; Arist. Ath.pol. 32,2 [p.284]; Arist. Ath.pol. 38,2f. [p.284]; Arist. Ath.pol. 40,2 [p.284]; Arist. Ath.pol. 28,3 [p.285]; Arist. Ath.pol. 41,2 [p.285]; Lys. or. 12,62 [p.285]; Plat. Gorg. 518E [p.286]; Drakon/ Gesetze/ Aristot. Ath.pol. [p.306]; Plut. Sol. 17 [p.306]; Arist. Ath.pol. 7,1 [p.306]; Kylonische Frevel/ Arist. Ath.pol.; Her. 5,66ff. [p.318]; Thuk. 1,126 [p.323]; Paus. 1,28,1 [p.324]; Gewichtsreform, solonische [p.164]; 5.4.2.5.; Xenophon/ Aristoteles [p.286]; \ A.2.d.; D.2. (I. Die angebliche Münzreform Solons [p.164]/ II. Die späteren Zusätze der Politeia [p.270]/ III. Die Hauptquelle [p.282]/ IV. Die attische Chronik [p.292]/ V. Die Gesetze Drakons [p.306]/ VI. Der Kylonische Frevel [p.318]) /



Außenpolitik

J.E. Lendon, Xenophon and the alternative to realist foreign policy: Cyropaedia 3.1.14-31, JHS 126, 2006, 82ff.



autonomia

Musti, Domenico:
"Il tema dell'autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte."
RFIC 128.2 (2000) 170-181.


Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /


Babylonien


Zs 259; APh 57, 5187
Lendle, O.:
Xenophon in Babylon. Die Märsche der Kyreer von Pylai bis Opis.
RhM 129, 1986, 193-222
------------------------------------
2.1.4. Achämeniden; Babylonien; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xen. An. 1,5,5- 2,4,25.27; 4.6.1.2. Kriegf., pers.; \ B.3. /
http://www.rhm.uni-koeln.de/129/Lendle.pdf





Barbaren

Wiesehöfer, Josef:
Rez.: Pericles Georges: Barbarian Asia and the Greek Experience. From the Archaic Period to the Age of Xenophon. Baltimore/London: The Johns Hopkins UP 1994. XX, 358 S. (Ancient Society and History.).
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. - Bd. 71 (1999), Heft 6. - S. 515-520.

Zs 248
Darbo-Peschanski, Catherine:
Les barbares à l'épreuve du Temps. (Hérodote, Thucydide, Xénophon).
Métis 4, 1989, 233-250
------------------------------------
2.2.3.; 2.2.3.3.; 2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1.; Pelasger/ Herodot; Barbar/ Begriffsentwicklung; Herodot/ Barbaren; Thukydides/ Barbaren; Xenophon/ Barbaren;

D.5.; A.2.d. /



Z 30
Fisher:
rec.: Hirsch, S.W., The friendship of the barbarians. Xenophon and the Persian empire ...
G&R 33, 1986, 211
------------------------------------
2.1.4. Achämeniden; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Barbaren; 4.1.3.1.; Hirsch, S.W.; \ A.2.d.; APh 56, 5345. /



APh 59, 6246
Hornblower:
rec.: Hirsch, Steven W., The friendship of the barbarians ...
CR 38, 1988, 144
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.;Barbaren; Hirsch, Steven, W.; \ / 4



Z 51; APh 58, 5100
Kuhrt; Sherwin-White:
rec.: Hirsch, S.W., The friendship of the barbarians ...
JHS 107, 1987, 200-201
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Barbaren; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.; Barbaren; Hirsch, S.W.; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren / 3



APh 59, 6246
Perlman:
rec.: Hirsch, Steven W., The friendship of the barbarians ...
MHR 2, 1987, 122-125
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.;Barbaren; Hirsch, Steven, W.; \ / 4



APh 60, 5845; Zs 250
Sancisi-Weerdenburg, H.:
rec.: Hirsch, Steven W., The friendship of the Barbarians ...
Mnemosyne 42, 1989, 186-190
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Barbaren; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Barbaren/ Xenophon; Hirsch, Steven W./ Friendship of the Barbarians; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /




APh 59, 6246
Sage:
rec.: Hirsch, Steven W., The friendship of the barbarians ...
AJPh 109, 1988, 139-142
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.;Barbaren; Hirsch, Steven W.; \ / 4


APh 59, 6246
Rahn:
rec.: Hirsch, Steven W., The friendship of the barbarians ...
Phoenix 41, 1987, 90-92
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.;Barbaren; Hirsch, Steven, W.; \ /



Basileia


R eh 230
Higginson, Timothy:
Greek Attitudes to Persian Kingship down to the Time of Xenophon. [Photokopie]
o.O.: [British Thesis Service] [1987]. pp. 283 (Diss. Balliol Colledge Oxford. 1987.)
--------------------------------------
2.1.4.; 2.2.3.; Athen/ Persien; 2.2.5.; Ionien/ Achämeniden; 3.2.3.; Heraklit/ Basileia, pers.; Sokratiker/ Basileia, pers.; 3.4. Aischylos; Aischylos/ Persai; 3.4. Euripides; Euripides/ Kyros d.Gr.; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1.; 4.3.5.1.1.; <> D.5.; Bibliographie: 258ff.
[R 53/92]



Placido, D.:
"Economia y sociedad. Polis y Basilea. Los fundamentos de la reflexion historiografica de Jenofonte."
Habis 20 (1989) 135-154 .



Eric Buzzetti, Xenophon The Socratic Prince: The Argument of the Anabasis of Cyrus. Recovering Political Philosophy.   New York:  Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.  Pp. xii, 337.  ISBN 9781137333308.

Reviewed by Sven Günther, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2015.04.19

... konzentriert sich Buzzetti auf die sokratischen Elemente wie die religiöse Dimension der Anabasis. Er nutzt hierbei explizit die „esoterische“ Methode des Philosophen Leo Strauss (vgl. S. 7-10), der hinter und zwischen dem xenophontischen Text die eigentlich wahren Aussagen Xenophons versteckt sah … So sieht Buzzetti auch in der Anabasis eine dahinterliegende philosophische Konzeption verborgen, die sowohl die politisch-moralische Ebene in Form der tugendgeleiteten Führungsverantwortung als auch den erzieherischen Aspekt hin zu einer sokratischen Lebensweise umfaßt … Im ersten Buch, in dem überhaupt nur der jüngere Kyros vorkommt, gehe es um die Verbindung von Noblem und Gutem in einem König, der sich selbst als gottgleich geriere und daher scheitere; umgekehrt sei das allzu fromme Verhalten des nachfolgenden Anführers Klearchos im zweiten Buch ebenfalls zum Scheitern verurteilt; erst im dritten Buch manifestiere sich eine dauerhafte und erfolgreiche Führung mit Xenophon, der mit seiner auf Praxis adaptierten sokratischen Lebensweise die transzendenten Tugenden auf die Erde und damit in die Realität hole. Die einzelnen Tugenden (Frömmigkeit, Mut, Gerechtigkeit, Dank(barkeit), Liebe) seien dann jeweils in den Büchern drei bis sieben des Werkes schwerpunktmäßig behandelt. ...


Cinzia Bearzot, rec. Eric Buzzetti: Xenophon the Socratic Prince … sehepunkte Ausgabe 15 (2015), Nr. 4 - http://www.sehepunkte.de/2015/04/25850.html

Chiudo con un'ultima osservazione di carattere metodologico. Buzzetti, convinto che alcune questioni testuali vadano risolte alla luce del messaggio esoterico dell'autore, discute una serie di emendazioni. Ora, che (per esempio) Senofonte scriva "arcieri sciti" intendendo però "arcieri cretesi" (III, 4, 15), e che deformi deliberatamente antroponimi e toponimi a scopo allusivo, suscita qualche perplessità. Ma, in ogni caso, non credo possibile discutere di emendazioni e di critica del testo sulla base di una traduzione inglese e di translitterazioni.





Biograpie


Tomas Hägg, The Art of Biography in Antiquity
Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Pp. xv, 496. ISBN 9781107016699.

Reviewed by Michael Stuart Williams, National University of Ireland Maynooth (michael.williams@nuim.ie)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2013.01.60 - http://eprints.nuim.ie/4562/1/MW_Tomas_Hagg_Review.pdf

Hägg focuses his chapter 1 on three biographical works by Xenophon – his Memorabilia of Socrates, his Agesilaus and his Cyropedia – and resists any suggestion that these represent a progression on Xenophon’s part towards a developed idea of what a biography should be.



Boiotarchia

Buckler, J.:
The re-establishment of the Boiotarchia (378 B.C.)
AJAH 4, 1979, 50-64
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2.2.3.5.;2.2.6.;Boiotien;Theben;
3.4. Xenophon;3.4. Plutarch;3.4. Hell. Oxy.;
4.6.3.1.1. Staatenbund, gr.;
5.3.2.; SEG 25, 553;
Xenophon/Hellenika; \ APh 51, 9404; /



Bouleuterion



Z 18; APh 47, 7286
Roux, G.:
Aristophane, Xénophon, le Pseudo-Démosthène et l'architecture du bouleutérion d'Athènes.
BCH 100, 1976, 475-483
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Buleuterion; 3.4. Aristophanes; Aristophanes/ Equ. 475ff; 3.4. Demosthenes; Demosthenes [Ps.-]/ In Aristog. 1,23; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,3,15ff; Assos/ Bouleuterion; 5.1.1.1. s.v.; bouleuterion; Buleuterion/ Architektur; \ C.1.a.; D.3.; C.1.a. /


Brief




charis


Azoulay, Vincent

Xenophon and the graces of power. A greek guide to political manipulation. Vincent Azoulay ; translated by Angela Krieger.

Swansea 2018 (Verlag: The Classical Press of Wales). pp. xi, 444

Abstract: One of classical Greece's most worldly and lucid writers, Xenophon across his many works gave a restless criticism of power: democratic, oligarchic and autocratic. From military campaigns (in which he took part), through the great powers of his day (Sparta, Persia, Athens) to modes of control within the household, he observed intimately and often with partisan passion. In this work a leading French Hellenist, Vincent Azoulay, analyses across Xenophon's diverse texts the techniques by which the Greek writer recommends that leaders should manipulate. Through gifts and personal allure, though mystique, dazzling appearance, exemplary behaviour, strategic absences - and occasional terror, Xenophon analyses ways in which a powerful few might triumphantly replace the erratic democracies and self-indulgent oligarchies of his day. First published in French (in 2004) to international acclaim, this book is here translated for the first time, revised and updated.

Deskriptoren: Xenophon Atheniensis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/charis;

Table of contents

FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 1 – CHARIS AND ITS CHALLENGES
I. The Law of Charis
III. Charis in Democracy
CHAPTER 2 – LEGITIMATE FAVORS
I. Xenophon's Three Graces
II. Supreme Benefits: Feeding Bodies and Minds
III. Contextualizing Favors: The Differential Effectiveness of Gifts
CHAPTER 3 – FROM GOOD DEEDS TO MISDEEDS: THE CORRUPTING POWER OF CHARIS
I. The Ambiguities of Xenia
II. Agesilaus and Xenophon: The Incorruptibles?
III. From Material Corruption to Spiritual Corruption
CHAPTER 4 – BETWEEN CHARIS ANDMISTHOS : XENOPHON AGAINST THE MERCHANTS?
I. 'The Hostile World' of Goods
II. The Ambiguous Virtues of Commercial Exchange
CHAPTER 5 – CHARIS AND ENVY
I. The Omnipresence of Phthonos: The Social Genesis of a Feeling
II. Leveling From the Bottom or Redistributing from the Top?
III. Phthonos and Charis: Dangerous Liaisons
CHAPTER 6 – CHARIS AND PHILIA: THE POLITICS OF FRIENDSHIP
I. The Debate over Philia
II. Philia and Patronage
III. From Philia to Philanthropia
CHAPTER 7 – CHARIS AND PATERNITY
I. From Fraternal Union to Paternal Love
II. Paternal Power: An Unattainable Dream?
III. Cyrus, or the Universal Father
CHAPTER 8 – THE GRACES OF LOVE
I. Erotic Reciprocity and Its Dangers
II. The Political Power of the Eromenos
III. From Socrates to Cyrus: The Rivalry of Two Graces
IV. Epilogue: On the Love of Men and the Veneration of the Gods
CONCLUSION
PHILOLOGICAL ANNEX: CHARIS IN XENOPHON'S CORPUS
Contents
NOTES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
GENERAL INDEX
INDEX LOCORUM

Sujets: Xénophon (0430?-0355? av. J.-C.) -- Critique et interprétation -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Don -- Anthropologie -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Charisme -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Grèce -- 4e siècle av. J.-C. -- Thèses et écrits académiques


Demokratie

Z 37
Schubert, Charlotte:
Die Macht des Volkes und die Ohnmacht des Denkens. Studien zum Verhältnis von Mentalität und Wissenschaft im 5. Jh. v. Chr.
Stuttgart: Franz Steiner 1993. pp. 210 (Historia Einzelschrift 77)
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2.2.3.2 510-478; 2.2.3.3. 478-432; 2.2.3.4. 432-404; 3.4. Aristoteles; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Aristophanes; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Heraklit; 3.4. Xenophon; 3.2.3. Philosophie griech.; 4.1.1.3.1. Volk griech.; 4.3.2.1. Verfassungsfr. Athen; 4.3.5.3.1. Demokratie griech.;physis; technae;metabolae; <>
8/93


B. J. Dobski, “Athenian Democracy Refounded: Xenophon’s Political History in the Hellenika,” Polis, 26/2 (2009), 316-338.


R. Kroeker, “Xenophon as a Critic of the Athenian Democracy,” History of Political Thought, 30/2 (2009): 197-228


V. Gray, “Xenophon’s Socrates and Democracy,” Polis, 28/1 (2011): 1-32


Demos


Z 30
Knox, Ronald A.:
"So Mischievous a Beaste"? The Athenian Demos and Its Treatment of Its Politicians.
G&R 32, 1985, 132-161
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1.1.; 2.2.3.2.; 2.2.3.3.; 2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.4.1.; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Leben des Demosthenes; 3.4. Thucydides; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.1.3.1. Volk,gr.; 4.3.5.3.1. s.v.; Athen/ Demokratie; 4.4.2.2. s.v.; Demokratiegefährdung/ Strafen; Ostrakismos; \ /



Dialog





Stavru, Alessandro; Moore, Christopher

Socrates and the Socratic dialogue / edited by Alessandro Stavru, Christopher Moore

Leiden; Boston 2018. (Verlag: Brill). pp. viii, 931; 25 cm.

This book assembles the most complete range of studies on Socrates and the socratic dialogue. It focuses on portrayals of Socrates, whether as historical figure or protagonist of "Socratic dialogues" , in extant and fragmentary texts from Classical Athens through Late Antiquity. Special attention is paid to the evolving power and texture of the Socratic icon as it adopted old and new uses in philosophy, biography, oratory, and literature. Chapters in this volume focus on old comedy, sophistry, the first-generation socratics including Plato and Xenophon, Aristotle and Aristoxenus, Epicurus and Stoicism, Cicero and Persius, Plutarch, Apuleius and Maximus, Diogenes Laertius, Libanius, Themistius, Julian, and Proclus.

Contents: Socrates and the Socratic Dialogue: An Overview from the First-Generation Socratics to Neoplatonism By: Christopher Moore and Alessandro Stavru; Part 1 - Around Socrates. A Sage on the Stage: Socrates and Athenian Old Comedy By: Jacques A. Bromberg; Aristophanes' Iconic Socrates By: Andrea Capra; Protagorean Socrates, Socratic Protagoras: A Narrative Strategy from Aristophanes to Plato By: Michele Corradi; Isocrates as a Reader of Socratic Dialogues By: David J. Murphy; The Origins of the Socratic Dialogue: Plato, Xenophon, and the Others By: James M. Redfield; Part 2 - The immediate Socratic circle. On the Dialectical Character of Antisthenes' Speeches Ajax and Odysseus By: Vladislav Suvák; Socratism and Eleaticism in Euclides of Megara By: Aldo Brancacci; Aristippus on Freedom, Autonomy, and the Pleasurable Life By: Kristian Urstad; Shock, Erotics, Plagiarism, and Fraud: Aspects of Aeschines of Sphettus' Philosophy By: Claudia Mársico; Phaedo of Elis: The Biography, Zopyrus, and His Intellectual Profile By: Danilo Di Lanzo; Part 3 - Plato. Plato and the Socratics By: Luc Brisson; Philosopher Socrates? Philosophy at the Time of Socrates and the Reformed Philosophia of Plato By: Livio Rossetti; A Literary Challenge: How to Represent Socrates' Daimonion By: Stefano Jedrkiewicz; The Logical Structure of Socrates' Expert-Analogies By: Petter Sandstad; Crying for Help: Socrates as Silenus in the Euthydemus By: Michael Erler; Socrates and Natural Philosophy: The Testimony of Plato's Phaedo By: Jörn Müller; Bios Praktikos and Bios Theôrêtikos in Plato's Gorgias By: Ivan Jordovic; The Socratic Dubia By: Harold Tarrant; Notes on Lovers By: Sandra Peterson; Part 4 - Xenophon. How to Defend the Defense of Socrates? From the Apology to Memorabilia Book 1 By: Pierre Pontier; Nature, Culture and the Rule of the Good in Xenophon's Socratic Theory of Friendship: Memorabilia Book 2 By: Gabriel Danzig; From Generals to Gluttony: Memorabilia Book 3 By: David M. Johnson; Xenophon's Socratic Education in Memorabilia Book 4 By: Christopher Moore; Fundamental Parallels between Socrates' and Ischomachus' Positions in the Oeconomicus By: Louis-André Dorion; Aphroditê and Philophrosynê: Xenophon's Symposium between Athenian and Spartan Paradigms By: Maria Consiglia Alvino; Xenophon's Hiero: Hiding Socrates to Reform Tyranny By: Federico Zuolo; Xenophon's Philosophical Approach to Writing: Socratic Elements in the Non-Socratic Works By: Noreen Humble; Part 5 - Later reception. Aristotle on Socrates By: Nicholas D. Smith; Aristoxenus on Socrates By: Alessandro Stavru; Socratic Protreptic and Epicurus: Healing through Philosophy By: Jan Erik Heßler; From Competitor to Hero: The Stoics on Socrates By: Robert Bees; Cicero and the Socratic Dialogue: Between Frankness and Friendship (Off. 1. 132–137) By: François Renaud; Socrates and Alcibiades as "Satiric Heroes": The Socrates of Persius By: Diego De Brasi; Plutarch's Reception of Socrates By: Geert Roskam; "A Man of Outstanding Perfection": Apuleius' Admiration for Socrates By: Friedemann Drews; Socrates in Maximus of Tyre By: Michael B. Trapp;Socrates in the Ancient Biographical Tradition: From the Anonymous PHib. 182 to Diogenes Laertius By: Tiziano Dorandi; An Embodiment of Intellectual Freedom? Socrates in Libanius By: Heinz-Günther Nesselrath; Political Philosopher or Savior of Souls? Socrates in Themistius and Julian the Emperor By: Maria Carmen De Vita; Proclus on Socratic Ignorance, Knowledge, and Irony By: Danielle A. Layne.

Dialog; Socrates phil.; Philosophie der Antike; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Xenophon; 3.2.3. Philosophie, gr.;






Demont, Paul:
Remarques sur la technique de dialogue dans la Cyropédie
Aus Sammelband: Xénophon et la rhétorique. éd. par Pierre Pontier.
Paris: Presses de l' université Paris � Sorbonne. 2014.
pp. 195-211


Didaktik

Xenophon:
Anabasis - Kyrupädie. Griechen zwischen Ost und West; Abenteuerbericht und historischer Roman für den Unterricht bearb. von Karl Heinz Eller.
Frankfurt am Main; München u.a. : Diesterweg, 1984. - 97 S. - (Modelle für den altsprachlichen Unterricht / Griechisch)




Diodor

Zs 390; APh 46, p. 363
Rice, D.G.:
Xenophon, Diodorus and the year 379-378 B.C. Reconstruction and reappraisal.
YClS 24, 1975, 95-130
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Außenpolitik; 2.2.6. s.v.; Theben; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ a. 379-378; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.6.1.1.1.; 4.6.3.1.1. s.v.; Attisch-Del. Seebund/ 2.; \ C.1.a.; A.2.d.; 379-378 v.Chr.; /




Dreißig


APh 59, 6254
Németh, György:
Die Dreißig Tyrannen und die athenische Prosopographie.
ZPE 73, 1988, 181-194
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.2,3,2; 5.2.2.2. s.v.; Dreißig; Namensliste; Phyle; \ C.1.a. Griechische Geschichte /



Enkomion


Noël, Marie-Pierre

Enkomion ou epainos? Définitions et usages de l' éloge dans l' Evagoras d' Isocrate et l' Agésilas de Xénophon

Aus: Xénophon et la rhétorique. Éd. par Pierre Pontier. Paris: Presses de l' université Paris – Sorbonne. 2014. pp. 253-268

3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Agesilaos; Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; 3.4. Isokrates; Isokrates/Euagoras; Ekomion; epainos;



Epaminondas

APh 59, 15252
Hanson, Victor:
Epameinondas, the battle of Leuktra (371 B.C.), and the "revolution" in Greek battle tactics.
ClAnt 7, 1988, 190-207
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/15,52-56; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/Pel.20-23; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.6,4,3-15; 4.6.1.2.1.; Leuktra; 5.2.2.1. s.v.;Epaminondas; Schlacht/Leuktra; Taktik; Militärgeschichte; \ G.3. Kriege und Schlachten /



Ernährung



Dalby, Andrew

Greeks abroad: social organisation and food among the Ten Thousand

JHS (The journal of Hellenic studies), 112 (1992), 16-30

Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; Xenophontis Anabasis; Ernährung&Küchenwesen; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Anabasis; Zehntausend;

This study of the Ten Thousand on their way home will consider, with regard to some important aspects of their social behaviour, whether they were adopting and adapting the Greek city way of life, or that of a mercenary army, and whether other possible models may help us to understand their problems and their success.

The Ten Thousand had been part of an army and many of them would form part of one again. The assumption that in the meanwhile they were really just like an army justifies the space given to them by Parke, by Marinovich and by Griffith in books which are studies of Greek mercenary warfare. Of course the men's aim when they were Cyrus's mercenaries (like the aims of other mercenaries) had been to follow what instructions had come to them from above and to take home, individually, what pay and profit they could. But once Cyrus was killed they were no longer mercenaries nor employed by any authority, and their aim, decided by themselves, was to find a way home. Their entirely different status, and their ability to succeed in these new circumstances, mean that it is unwise in investigating the patterns of behaviour either of mercenaries or of the Ten Thousand to assume without question that the two patterns will be the same.

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-hellenic-studies/article/greeks-abroad-social-organisation-and-food-among-the-ten-thousand1/3D73F0CA22D2A824392AFA559F22FD77



Corcella, A. 2010. “Pane, crescione e sale. La dieta dei Persiani tra Senofonte e Girolamo.” Quaderni di storia 72:31–88.


Erziehung

APh 60, 5853; ZZ 61/315
Neitzel, Heinz:
Das System der sokratischen Erziehung im 4. Buch der Memorabilien Xenophons.
Gymnasium 96, 1989, 457-467
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Tugendlehre; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 4; Xenophon/ Sokrat. Erziehung; 4.1.4.1.1.; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /


Todd, Joan M.:
Persian "Paedia" and Greek "Historia". an interpretation of the "Cyropaedia" of Xenophon, Book One. Zugl.: Pittsburgh, Pa., Univ. of Pittsburgh, Diss., 1968.

Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1984. - III, 195 S.



Ethnographie


Harman, Rosie:
Looking at the Other: Visual Mediation and Greek Identity in Xenophon’s Anabasis.
In: Ancient Ethnography. New Approaches.
Editor(s): Eran Almagor, Joseph Skinner
Published: 10-10-2013
Extent: pp. 296
ISBN: 9781849668903
Imprint: Bloomsbury Academic


Eubulos


Näf, Beat:
Vom Frieden reden - den Krieg meinen ? Aspekte der griechischen Friedensvorstellungen und der Politik des Atheners Eubulos.
In: Klio. Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte. (Berlin: Akademie Verlag). - Bd. 79 (1997), Heft 2. - S. 317-340.
3.4. Xenophon; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Isokrates; Xenophon/ Poroi/ Frieden; Isokrates/ Frieden; Eubulos/ Xen.; Eubulos/ Isokr.; Krieg/ Frieden/ Athen;
Abstract: Peace in fourth century B.C. Athens und Greece was an important political concept concerned with much more than the mere absence of war. The basic conceptions of peace may be found in the orators, in historiogrpahy, in philosophy, or in political treatises. They are not ends in themselves, but also repeatedly constitute arguments serving particular political aims, even those of war. Those who advocated the establishment of peace in no way represented a particular political camp, and even less a »peace party«. Thus the concepts of peace of Isocrates in »On Peace«, and Xenophon in »Revenues« - both often associated with the Athenian politican Eubulos - are linked to political sentiments which are by no means identical, although they certainly belong within the same historical framework. In addition, these concepts differ in specific aspects of detail. The fact that their differences have nevertheless received little attention in modern scholarship has to do with the slow process of registering and analyzing the interpretations of Eubulos and the ancient conceptions of  peace.



Eunuch


Vincent Azoulay, “Xénophon, la Cyropédie et les eunuches,” Revue française d’histoire des idées politiques 11, 2000, pp. 3-26.



Feldherrnrede


ant1kk/p75
Pritchett, W. Kendrick:
Essays in Greek History.
Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben, Publisher 1994. pp. 293
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Oinoa/ Schlacht; Feldherrnrede, gr.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 3.2.3.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Feldherrnrede; Feldherr, gr./ Schlachtfeld, Verhalten auf; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Feldherrnrede; Thukydides/ Pylos; Pylos/ Thukydides; 4.2.8.1.; Topographie/ Akarnanien; Akarnanien/ Straßen; Topographie/ Mittelgriechenland; Thermopylen/ Topographie; <> C.1.a.;


ant1kk/p75
Pritchett, W. Kendrick
The General's Exhortations in Greek Warfare.
Aus: Pritchett, W. Kendrick (Hg.): Essays in Greek History., Amsterdam 1994. pp. 27-109
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3.2.3.; Rhetorik/ Topoi/ Feldherrnrede; Rede vor der Schlacht, gr.; 3.2.2.; 4.6.1.2.1.; Feldherrnrede, gr.; Agincourt/ Feldherrnrede, Vgl.; Protreptikós; Lesbonax [p.35]; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Feldherrnrede; Thuc. 7,77 [p.70]; Eur. Herakl. 822-9 [p.70]; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Feldherrnrede; Xen. Oec. 5,16 [p.70]; Xen. Cyr. 2,1,11 [p.71]; Xen. Cyr. 3,3,7f. [p.72]; Xen. Cyr. 3,3,49-55 [p.74]; Xen. Cyr. 3,357 [p.77]; Thuc. 5,9,6 [p.100]; - G.2.; D.3.;




Foederalismus

Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /



Frauen


4° ZZ 63/111; APh 48, 4861
Oost, S. I.:
Xenophon's attitude toward woman.
CW 71, 1977, 225-236
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2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Frauen; 3.4. Xenophon/ Frauen; 4.1.1.4.1.; 4.1.3.1.; \ A.2.d.; D.4. / 2


APh 57, 5186
Hoffmann, G.
Xénophon, la femme et les biens.
Aus: Priault, C. (Hg.): Familles et biens en Grèce et à Chypre., Paris 1985. pp. 261-280
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Frauen; 4.1.4.4.1. Familie, gr.; - A.2.d.; D.5.; APh 57, 10803.


Tp M I - 14
Murnaghan, Sheila:
How a woman can be more like a man. The dialogue between Ischomachus and his wife in Xenophon's Oeconomicus.
Helios 15, 1988, 9-22
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/Frauen; 3.2.3. s.v.; sôphrosynê; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Oikonomikos; Ischomachos; 4.1.1.4.1.; oikonomía; areté; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Reichtum; 4.1.4.4.1.; Dialog; 4.3.5. s.v.; Polis/ Analog. oikos; oikos/ Analog. Polis; Staatsideal; Lysias/ 1,7; \ A.2.d. 0442; D.5.; / (8+4)


Tirelli, Aldo:
"Una moglie come si deve". Lo statuto della gyne nell' Economico di Senofonte.
Napoli : Arte Tipografica, 2001. - 92 S. - (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità ; 27)



Tp H I - 6
Hoffmann, Geneviève
Xénophon, la femme et les biens.
Aus: Priault, Colette (Hg.): Familles et biens en Grèce et à Chypre., Paris 1985. pp. 261-280 (Histoire et Perspectives Méditerranéennes)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; Athen/ Frauen; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Frauen; 4.1.1.4.1. Frauen, athen.-spartan.; 4.1.4.4.1. Familie, gr.; - A.2.d. 0444; D.5.; APh 57, 5186; APh 57, 10803.

Frieden
Tp S II - 1
Spiegel, Nathan
Xenophon, Historian and Mercenary General.
Aus: ders. (Hg.): War and peace in classical Greek literature., Jerusalem 1990. pp. 157-165 (Mount Scopus Publ.)
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Söldnerwesen/ Xenophon; - A.2.d.; G.2.



Santi Amantini, Luigi:
"Voci di pace nella storiografia di Senofonte."
RSA 30 (2000) 9-26.




Frühstück


Günther, Sven

Breakfast at Xenophon's. Die erste Mahlzeit des Tages als Spiegel idealer Führungsgrundsätze in der Kyrupädie.

pp. 263-278

Aus: Ruffing, Kai; Droß-Krüpe, Kerstin (Hrsg.):Emas non quod opus est, sed quod necesse est. Beiträge zur Wirtschafts-, Sozial-, Rezeptions- undWissenschaftsgeschichte der Antike. Festschriftfür Hans-Joachim Drexhage zum 70. Geburtstag.Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag 2018. ISBN:978-3-447-11087-7; VIII, 708 S.

Deskriptor: Mahlzeiten; Xenophontis Cyroupaedia; Xenophon Atheniensis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Kyrupaedie;



Führerschaft

Z 24
Wood, Neal:
Xenophon's Theory of Leadership.
C & M 25, 1964, 33 ff.
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3.2.3.; Führerschaft/ Xen.; 3.4. Aristoteles; Aristoteles/ Krieg; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Krieg; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Führerschaft; Xen. Cyr. 1,6,37-38; Xenophon/ Hipparch. 6,1; Xen. Mem. 3,1, 6-7; 4.3.5.1.1.; Xenophon/ Tyrannis; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /



Norman B. Sandridge, Loving Humanity, Learning, and Being Honored: The Foundations of Leadership in Xenophon's Education of Cyrus.
Hellenic studies, 55
.  
Washington, DC:  Center for Hellenic Studies, Trustees for Harvard University, 2012.  
Pp. v, 139.  ISBN 9780674067028.
Reviewed by Vivienne J. Gray, University of Auckland (v.gray@auckland.ac.nz)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2013.05.41 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2013/2013-05-41.html

Norman B. Sandridge has written a delightful book, short and clear, on the theme of the leadership of Cyrus in Xenophon’s Cyropaedia. The qualities in the title (translations of philanthropia, philomatheia, philotimia), are taken from Xenophon’s own description of Cyrus early in the work (1.2.1). Sandridge sets out to establish that these three qualities are the comprehensive foundation of Xenophon’s description of Cyrus’ leadership – though he makes judicious qualifications to this thesis throughout.


Fürstenspiegel


Hadot, P.; Engemann, J. (Übers.):
Fürstenspiegel. A. Terminologie 556. B. Alter Orient 556. I. Ägypten 557. II. Mesopotamien 562. III. Israel u. Judentum 564. C. Die griech.-röm. Tradition. I. Archaische Zeit 568. a. Homer 569. b. Hesiod 570. c. Theognis 571. d. Pindar 572. II. Die Zeit der griech. Stadtstaaten 573. a. Isokrates 574. b. Xenophon 576. c. Platon 578. III. Hellenistisch-römische Zeit 580. a. Die großen Gestalten der kynisch-stoischen Tradition. 1. Alexander 582. 2. Herakles, Kyros, Odysseus 584. 3. Antigonos Gonatas 585. b. Inschriften, Papyri u. literarische Texte hellenistischer Zeit 585. c. Der Brief des Aristeas 587. d. Neupythagoreische Abhandlungen über das Königtum 589. e. Philon 592. f. Seneca 594. g. Musonius Rufus 595. h. Plutarch 596. i. Dion Chrysostomos 597. k. Marc Aurel 600. 1. Griechische Panegyriker 601. 1. Der Traktat des Rhetors Menander 602. 2. Aelius Aristides 603. 3. Themistios 603. 4. Kaiser Julian 604. 5. Libanios 606. 6. Synesios 606. 7. Prokop v. Gaza 607. m. Lateinische Historiker u. Biographen 607. n. Lateinische Panegyriker 608. o. Plinius der Jüngere 609. D. Christentum 610. I. Schriften des NT 610. II. Das 2. u. 3. Jh. 612. III. Eusebius v. Caesarea. a. Christus als König 614. b. Die Tricennatsrede als christlicher F. 614. c. Die Schrift 'Über das Leben Konstantins' 615. IV. Die byzantinische Überlieferung. a. Der Diakon Agapet 615. b. Kaiser Basileios 617. V. Der lateinische Westen. a. Allgemeine Charakteristika 617. b. Ambrosius 617. c. Augustinus 618. d. Die Päpste des 5. Jh. 618. e. Corippus 618. f. Martinus v. Bracara 619. g. Gregor d. Gr. 619. h. Isidor v. Sevilla 619. i. Der Traktat 'De duodecim abusivis saeculi' 621. k. Die karolingische Zeit 621. 1. Paulinus v. Aquileja 621. 2. Smaragdus v. St. Mihiel 622. 3. Jonas v. Orléans 622. 4. Sedulius Scottus 622. 5. Hinkmar v. Reims 623. 6. Die Institutio Traiani 623. E. Zusammenfassung 623.
In: Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum. Sachwörterbuch zur Auseinandersetzung des Christentums mit der antiken Welt. Band VIII. Fluchtafel (Defixion) - Gebet I. (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann). - 1972. - S. 555-632.


Vivienne J. Gray, Xenophon's Mirror of Princes: Reading the Reflections.  
Oxford/New York:  Oxford University Press, 2011.  
Pp. vii, 406.  ISBN 9780199563814.    
Reviewed by Eve A. Browning, University of Minnesota, Duluth (ebrownin@d.umn.edu)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2011.09.35 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2011/2011-09-35.html
Leadership is the unifying theme of Xenophon’s work, according to Gray. In this book, she explores '…Xenophon’s literary presentation of the leadership of individuals in their communities, from those of private households up to those of great empires' ... Leadership is construed broadly, and not only includes the Great King Cyrus alongside the private householder Ischomachus with the latter’s young wife included as an associate leader in their household, but embraces both the public spheres of politics and war and the personal sphere of friendship.
Table of Contents:

1. Mirror of princes or flaws in the glass? : general remarks
2. Explicit authorial evaluations in historical writing
3. Xenophon’s adaptations of his literary predecessors : Homer, Herodotus, and others
4. Xenophon’s patterned narratives of leadership
5. Readings of Cyropaedia
6. The dynamics of friendship
7. Xenophon’s Socratic and other ironies
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index Locorum
Index Nominum
Topic Index


Geographie


Rood, Tim:

Space and Landscape in Xenophon's Anabasis.

Aus: Space, place, and landscape in ancient Greek literature and culture.

Ed. by Kate Gilhuly and Nancy Worman. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 63-93


APh 59, 6259
Sordi, Marta:
Gli interessi geografici e topografici nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.
CISA 14, 1988, 32-40
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; Geographie; Topographie; 3.4. Geographica; 4.1.4.2.1.; \ /


Gobryas

Z 58
Schwenzner, Walther:
Gobryas.
Klio 18, 1923, 41-58; 226-252
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2.1.4.; Kyros d.Gr./ Gobryas; Achämeniden/ Prosopographie; 5.2.2.1.; Gobryas; Gubaru; 2.1.3.; Neubabylonisches Reich/ Endphase/ Gobryas; 5.3.5.; Nabonid-Chronik/ Gobryas; Naboned-Kyros-Chronik/ Gobryas; Scheil/ RA XI !1914), S. 165f.; BIN II 114 [p.43]; BIN I 169 [p.44]; BE VIII 1,80 [p.45]; Bisutuninschrift _ 68 [p.48]; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie/ Gobryas, Quellenwert; Her. 3,70 [p.48]; Xen. Cyr. 4,6,2ff. [p.53.226]; Neriglissar/ Kg. Neubabylon. Reich/ Gobryas [p.54]; Joseph. c. Ap. 1,146f. [p.54]; Reg. 2,25,27f./ 2. Buch Könige Kap. 25 v. 27f. [p.55]; Jer. 52,31f. [p.55]; Amel-Marduk/ Kg. Neubabylon. Reich/ Ermordung [p.56]; Joseph. c. Ap. 1,148f. [p.57]; Gutium/ Gobryas Statthalter/ Bedeutung [p.227]; Xen. Cyr. 3,3 [p.231]; Justin 01,7 [p.231]; Her. 7,3 [p.241]; Dareios d.Gr./ Gobryas [p.240]; Xen. Cyr.3,4,25 [p.242]; Babylonien/ Achämenidenreich/ Verwaltungsgeschichte [p.245]; \ F.; B.1.; A.2.d.; 590-515 v.Chr.;
BE = The Babylonian Expedition of the Universtiy of Pennsylvania, Ser. A, vol. VIII, 1, ed. by H.V. Hilprecht, Philadelphia 1908.
BIN = Babylonian Inscriptions in the Collection of James B. Nies, 2 vol., ed. by C.E. Keiser, New Haven 1918. /



Gorgias


Narcy, Michel:

Titel: Plaidoyer laconique pour Gorgias: Xénophon, Anabase 2.6.16-29

Aus Sammelband: Xénophon et la rhétorique. Éd. par Pierre Pontier. Paris: Presses de l' université Paris – Sorbonne 2014. pp. 41-50



Gottesbeweis


Horn, Hans-Jürgen:
Gottesbeweis. A. Nichtchristlich. I. Griechisch-römisch. a. Voraussetzungen. 1. Allgemein 951. 2. In Griechenland 952. b. Die Entwürfe in geschichtlicher Abfolge. 1. Schüler des Sokrates. a1. Platon 953. a2.
Xenophon 954. 2. Aristoteles. a1. De philosophia 954. a2. Metaphysik XII 955. 3. Stoa. a1. Alte Stoa 956. a2. Poseidonios 958. 4. Platonismus. a1. Mittelplatonismus 958. a2. Neuplatonismus 959. a3. PsAristoteles' De mundo 960. II. Jüdisch 960. B. Christlich. I. Neues Testament. a. Römerbrief 962. b. Apostelgeschichte 963. II. Apologeten u. Väter. a. Voraussetzungen 963. 1. Negative Theologie 964. 2. Natürliche Erkennbarkeit Gottes 965. 3. Subjektive Voraussetzungen 967. b. Arten des Gottesbeweises. 1. 'E consensu gentium' 967. 2. Der kosmologische Weg 969. 3. Der augustinische Gottesbeweis. a1. Voraussetzungen 971. a2. Darstellung 971. a3. Kosmologischer Gottesbeweis bei Augustinus? 972. a4. Schlußbemerkung 973. c. Ausblick 973 In: Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum. Sachwörterbuch zur Auseinandersetzung des Christentums mit der antiken Welt. Band XI. Girlande  Gottesnamen. (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann). - 1981. - S. 951-977


Grammatik

Carrière, Jean-Claude:
Tables fréquentielles de grec classique d'après Antiphon, Andocide, Démosthène, Euripide, Isocrate, Lysias, Xénophon. Réalisées du CNRS sous la dir. de
 Jean-Claude Carrière Paris : Les Belles Lettres, 1985. - 381 S. - (Centre de Recherches d'Histoire Ancienne <Besançon>: Centre ...; 72. Université <Besançon>: Annales littéraires de l'Université de Besançon; 336.)


Woodard, Roger D.:
Generalization of the heaut- nonthird person reflexive pronoun in Greek. Xenophon to the New Testament. Kopie d. Verl. Univ. Microfilms Internat., Ann Arbor, Mich. - Chapel Hill, Univ. of North Carolina, Diss. 1986. - IX, 149 S.


Großgrundbesitz

APh 60, 5838
Audring, Gert
Xenophon und die Ökonomie des attischen Großgrundbesitzes.
Aus: Herrmann, J.; Koehn, Jens (Hg.): Familie, Staat & Gesellschaftsformation. Grundprobleme vorkapitalistischer Epochen einhundert Jahre nach F. Engels ..., Berlin 1988. pp. 453-457 (Veröff. d. Zentralisnt. f. Alte Gesch. & Archäologie d. Akad. d. Wiss. d. DDR. No. 16.)
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Großgrundbesitz; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Großgrundbesitz, att.; 4.1.1.1.1.; 4.2.7.2.; Großgrundbesitz/ Attika; - A.2.d.; C.2.; APh 60, 11523.


Hegemonie


Dreher, Martin:
Rez. John Wickersham: Hegemony and Greek Historians. Lanham/London: Rowman & Littlefield (1994), X, 195 S.

In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. - Bd. 70 (1998), Heft 1. - S. 51-54.


T bgrp 242-490
Pascual González, José
Plutarco y su vision de la hegemonía tebana.
Aus: Pérez Jiménez, Aurelio; Cerro Calderón, Gonzalo del (Hg.): Estudios sobre Plutarco: obra y traducion: actas del I Symposion espanol sobre Plutarco, Fuengirola 1988., Málaga 1990. pp. 73-79
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Hegemonie; 3.2.1.; Diodor/ Theben; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Plutarch; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Pelopidas; 4.1.3.1. Patriotismus, boiot.; Hegemonie/ Teben; Xen. Hell. 5,2,25-33; Xen. Hell. 5,4,1-12; Xen. Hell. 6,4,2-15; Xen. Hell. 7,5,1-2; Xen. Hell. 7,1,33-38; Plutarch/ Hegemonie, theb.; Plutarch/ Theben; - A.2.d.; C.1.a.;


Heiligtum


Sonya Nevin, Military Leaders and Sacred Space in Classical Greek Warfare. Temples, Sanctuaries and Conflict in Antiquity, London – New York (I.B.Tauris) 2017, IX + 307 S., ISBN 978-1-78453-285-7 (geb.)



Armin Eich, rec. Nevin Sonya Military Leaders and Sacred Space in Classical Greek Warfare. Temples, Sanctuaries and Conflict in Antiquity IX I.B.Tauris London – New York 1 307 2017 978-1-78453-285-7 (geb.) £ 64,– . Klio, Band 101, Heft 1, Seiten 347–349.

https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/klio.2019.101.issue-1/klio-2019-0015/klio-2019-0015.xml?format=INT


Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2017.09.20

Sonya Nevin, Military Leaders and Sacred Space in Classical Greek Warfare: Temples, Sanctuaries and Conflict in Antiquity.   London:  I. B. Tauris, 2016.  Pp. 304.  ISBN 9781784532857.  $99.00.  

Reviewed by Constanze Graml, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Constanze.Graml@lmu.de)

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Lennart Gilhaus: Rezension zu: Nevin, Sonya: Military Leaders and Sacred Space in Classical Greek Warfare. Temples, sanctuaries and conflict in antiquity. London  2016 , in: H-Soz-Kult, 14.08.2017, <www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/rezbuecher-27475>.



Hellenika Oxyrhynchia


APh 20, p. 54
Klaffenbach, G.:
Die neuen Fragmente der Hellenica von Oxyrhynchos.
F&F , 1949, 97-98
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3.2.2. s.v.; Hellenika Oxyrhyncha; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. Oxy.; Ephoros/ Hell. Oxy.; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ Hell. Oxy.; \ A.2.d.; Hell. Oxy. abhängig von Xenophon, die Beziehungen zu Diodor via Ephoros. /


Z 100; APh 48, 2021
Lehmann, G.A.:
Ein neues Fragment der Hell. Oxy.; einige Bemerkungen zu P. Cairo (temp. inv. no.) 26/6/27/1-35.
ZPE 26, 1977, 181-191
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. - Hell. Oxy.; 3.2.2. s.v.; Hellenika Oxyrhynchia; 5.5.3.2.1. s.v.; P. Cairo (temp. inv. no.) 26/6/27/1-35; \ A.1.c.; A.2.d. /


Z 100; APh 46, p. 364
Sealey, R.:
Pap. Mich. inv. 5982. Theramenes.
ZPE 16, 1975, 279-288
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Dreißig; 3.2.2. s.v.; Hellenica Oxyrhynchia; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,2,15-23; 3.4. Lysias; Lysias/ 12,68-70; Lysias/ 13,8-11; Xenophon/ Theramenes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Theramenes; 5.5. s.v.; P. Mich. inv. 5982; \ F.; A.2.b.; A.2.d. / 



Hellenismus


Z 58
Funck, Bernard

Probleme der Hellenismusforschung im Lichte neuerer Literatur.
Klio 64, 1982, 239-263

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1.; 2.1.4.; 2.1.5.; Seleukiden; 2.2.4.2.; 2.2.4.3.; 2.2.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1.; 4.1.5.1.; 4.5.5.1.; 4.6.1.1.1.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 5.1.2.1.;

C.1.b.




Hellenozentrismus


R dp 500
Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen
The Fifth Oriental Monarchy and Hellenocentrism. Cyropaedia VIII viii and its influence.
Aus: Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen; Kuhrt, Amélie (Hg.): The Greek Sources: proceedings of the Groningen 1984 Achaemenid history workshop., Leiden 1987. pp. 117-131 (Achaemenid history. 2.)
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1.; Orientalismus; Rawlinson, H./ Fifth Oriental Monarchy (1871); Cook, J.M./ Persian Empire (1983); 1.1.; 2.1.4.; Achämeniden/ Dekadenz; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 8,8; Xenophon/ Nachwirkung; 4.1.3.1.; Hellenozentrismus; 4.1.4.1.; 4.3.5.1.; 4.6.2.; Xen. Cyr. 8,8 [120ff]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,01 [121]; Xen. Cyr. 1,2,1, [121]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,02-3 [122]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,04 [123]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,06-7 [124]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,08-14 [124]; Xen. Cyr. 1,2,02-15 [124]; Her. 1,93 [121]; Plat. Leg. 695E [121]; Her. 3,88 [122]; Xen. An. 2,6,1, [122]; Ktesias/ FGH 688 F14,36 [123]; Her. 1,136 [124]; Strabo 15,3,18-20 [124]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,08 [125]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,10 [125]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,15 [126]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,16-19 [126]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,20 [126]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,21-26 [127]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,27 [127]; - A.2.d.; I.; B.1.


Herodot


Zali, Vasiliki:
Herodotus and His Successors: The Rhetoric of the Persian Wars in Thucydides and Xenophon.
Aus: Brill's companion to the reception of Herodotus in antiquity and beyond. Ed. by Jessica Priestley and Vasiliki Zali.
(Brill's companions to classical reception. 6.). Leiden & Boston: 2016. pp. 34-58



Priestley, Jessica; Zali, Vasiliki:

Brill's companion to the reception of Herodotus in antiquity and beyond / edited by Jessica Priestley and Vasiliki Zali. Leiden 2016. pp. xvi, 438.

Contents: Introduction / By: Jessica Priestley and Vasiliki Zali; 1 Herodotus in Thucydides: A Hypothesis / By: Marek Wecowski; 2 Herodotus and His Successors: The Rhetoric of the Persian Wars in Thucydides and Xenophon / By: Vasiliki Zali; 3 Duris of Samos and a Herodotean Model for Writing History / By: Christopher A. Baron; 4 "This is What Herodotus Relates": The Presence of Herodotus' Histories in Josephus' Writings / By: Eran Almagor; 5 History without Malice: Plutarch Rewrites the Battle of Plataea / By: John Marincola; 6 Herodotus in Renaissance France / By: Benjamin Earley; 7 The Anti- Thucydides: Herodotus and the Development of Modern Historiography / By: Neville Morley; 8 Herodotus' Reception in Ancient Greek Lexicography and Grammar: From the Hellenistic to the Imperial Age / By: Olga Tribulato; 9 Herodotus' Reputation in Latin Literature from Cicero to the 12th Century / By: Félix Racine; 10 Valla's Herodotean Labours: Towards a New View of Herodotus in the Italian Renaissance / By: Adam Foley; 11 Herodotus and Narrative Art in Renaissance Ferrara: The Translation of Matteo Maria Boiardo / By: Dennis Looney; 12 The 'Rediscovery' of Egypt: Herodotus and His Account of Egypt in the Voyage dans la Basse et la Haute-Égypte (1802) by Vivant Denon / By: Andreas Schwab; 13 Not beyond Herodotus? Psammetichus' Experiment and Modern Thought about Language / By: Benjamin Eldon Stevens; 14 Herodotus (and Ctesias) Re-enacted: Leadership in Xenophon's Cyropaedia / By: Vivienne Gray; 15 Pausanias and the Footsteps of Herodotus / By: Greta Hawes; 16 Ryszard Kapuscinski's Travels with Herodotus: Reportage from the Self / By: Kinga Kosmala; 17 Herodotus in Fiction: Gore Vidal's Creation / By: Heather Neilson.



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018.04.56

Jessica Priestley, Vasiliki Zali (ed.), Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Herodotus in Antiquity and Beyond. Brill’s companions to classical reception, 6.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2016.  Pp. xvi, 440.  ISBN 9789004272293.  $194.00.  

Reviewed by Lorenzo Miletti, University of Naples Federico II (lorenzo.miletti@unina.it)

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Auszug: „Vasiliki Zali analyses in particular the way Thucydides and Xenophon (above all in the Hellenica) deal with a ‘typical’ Herodotean subject such as the Persian Wars, concluding that both writers, independent of any influences from other sources on the same topics, clearly rely on Herodotus’ account in handling the Greek victory as a delicate problem which can be used as an argument in the political debate between the main Greek cities, a problem involving both moral and political issues.

Xenophon is also at the core of the contribution by Vivienne Gray, who discusses passages from the Cyropaedia which are most probably indebted to Herodotus’ work. If compared to Herodotus’ Histories, the Cyropaedia offers a largely different portrait of Cyrus, who is represented as an example of an enlightened leader in Xenophon, and as a great king displaying both political virtues and tyrannical tendencies in Herodotus. Gray shows how Xenophon’s refined strategy implies an attentive handling of Herodotean points, as well as a re-writing of the episodes already reported in the Histories which clearly shows Xenophon’s ‘Socratic’ purposes.



Tamiolaki, M. 2008. “Les Hélleniques entre tradition et innovation. Aspects de la relation intertextuelle de Xénophon avec Hérodote et Thucydide.” Cahiers des études anciennes 45:15–52.


APh 58, 5098
Gray, Vivienne J.:
The Herodotean nature of speeches in the Hellenica.
AAPhA , 1987, 75 Summary in
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; Herodot/Nachwirkung; Reden; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /


Zs 23
Cizek, Alexandru:
From the historical truth to the literary convention: The life of Cyrus the Great viewed by Herodotus, Ctesias and Xenophon.
AC 44, 1975, 531-552
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2.1.4.; 3.2.2.; Historiographie/ Mythographie; 3.3.2.; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Ktesias v. Knidos; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1.; Kyros d.Ä.; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; Achämeniden/ Kyros d.Gr.; alêtheía/ Geschichtsschreibung; Cic. Brut. 11 [p.534]; Quint. Inst. 10,31 [p.534]; Rhet. ad Her. 1,13 [p.535]; historia/ fabula [p.535]; Xen. Cyr. 1,2,1 [p.537 A.20.548]; Biographie/ Historiographie; Herodot/ Kyros d.Ä.; Ktesias/ Kyros d.Ä.; Her. 1,95 ff; Tragödie/ Historiographie; Kyros/ Eur. Bacch. [p.542]; Xen. Cyr. 1,1,6 [p.549. A.52]; Xen. Mem. 4,8,1-10 [p.551]; \ A.2.d.; D.5.; F. /




Herrscherideal

APh 58, 5103
Pomeroy, Sarah P.:
The Persian king and the queen bee.
AAPhA , 1987, 74 Summary in
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2.1.4. Perserreich; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Oikonomikos; 4.3.5.1.1. s.v.; Herrscherideal; Bienenkönigin; Reich; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /



II 360
Gruber, J.
Xenophon und das hellenistisch-römische Herrscherideal.
Aus: Neukam, P. (Hg.): Reflexionen antiker Kulturen., München 1986. pp. 27-46 (Dialog Schule-Wiss. Klass. Spr. & Lit. 20.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.3.5.1. Monarchie, gr.-röm.; Idealherrscher; - D.5.; APh 57, 12883; Zur Kurupädie u. ihrer Wirkungsgeschichte.



APh 59, 1404
Gruber, Joachim:
Cicero und das hellenistische Herrscherideal. Überlegungen zur Rede De imperio Cn. Pompei.
WS 101, 1988, 243-258
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3.4. Cicero; 3.4. Xenophon; Cicero/De imp. Cn. Pompei; Xenophon/Herrscherideal/Nachwirkung; 4.3.5.1. Monarchie, gr.-röm.; 2.2.4. Hellenismus; \ Untersuchungen über den in der Pompeiana dargestellten Idealtypus eines herrscherlichen Menschen, seinen Grundlagen, seiner Bedeutung im staatstheoretischen Denken Ciceros, Ergebnis: C. übernimmt xenophonteisch-hellenistisches Herrrscherideal & paßt es röm. Vorstellungen & Gegebenheiten an. /





Azoulay, Vincent

Xenophon and the graces of power. A greek guide to political manipulation. Vincent Azoulay ; translated by Angela Krieger.

Swansea 2018 (Verlag: The Classical Press of Wales). pp. xi, 444

Abstract: One of classical Greece's most worldly and lucid writers, Xenophon across his many works gave a restless criticism of power: democratic, oligarchic and autocratic. From military campaigns (in which he took part), through the great powers of his day (Sparta, Persia, Athens) to modes of control within the household, he observed intimately and often with partisan passion. In this work a leading French Hellenist, Vincent Azoulay, analyses across Xenophon's diverse texts the techniques by which the Greek writer recommends that leaders should manipulate. Through gifts and personal allure, though mystique, dazzling appearance, exemplary behaviour, strategic absences - and occasional terror, Xenophon analyses ways in which a powerful few might triumphantly replace the erratic democracies and self-indulgent oligarchies of his day. First published in French (in 2004) to international acclaim, this book is here translated for the first time, revised and updated.

Deskriptoren: Xenophon Atheniensis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/charis;

Table of contents

FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 1 – CHARIS AND ITS CHALLENGES
I. The Law of Charis
III. Charis in Democracy
CHAPTER 2 – LEGITIMATE FAVORS
I. Xenophon's Three Graces
II. Supreme Benefits: Feeding Bodies and Minds
III. Contextualizing Favors: The Differential Effectiveness of Gifts
CHAPTER 3 – FROM GOOD DEEDS TO MISDEEDS: THE CORRUPTING POWER OF CHARIS
I. The Ambiguities of Xenia
II. Agesilaus and Xenophon: The Incorruptibles?
III. From Material Corruption to Spiritual Corruption
CHAPTER 4 – BETWEEN CHARIS ANDMISTHOS : XENOPHON AGAINST THE MERCHANTS?
I. 'The Hostile World' of Goods
II. The Ambiguous Virtues of Commercial Exchange
CHAPTER 5 – CHARIS AND ENVY
I. The Omnipresence of Phthonos: The Social Genesis of a Feeling
II. Leveling From the Bottom or Redistributing from the Top?
III. Phthonos and Charis: Dangerous Liaisons
CHAPTER 6 – CHARIS AND PHILIA: THE POLITICS OF FRIENDSHIP
I. The Debate over Philia
II. Philia and Patronage
III. From Philia to Philanthropia
CHAPTER 7 – CHARIS AND PATERNITY
I. From Fraternal Union to Paternal Love
II. Paternal Power: An Unattainable Dream?
III. Cyrus, or the Universal Father
CHAPTER 8 – THE GRACES OF LOVE
I. Erotic Reciprocity and Its Dangers
II. The Political Power of the Eromenos
III. From Socrates to Cyrus: The Rivalry of Two Graces
IV. Epilogue: On the Love of Men and the Veneration of the Gods
CONCLUSION
PHILOLOGICAL ANNEX: CHARIS IN XENOPHON'S CORPUS
Contents
NOTES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
GENERAL INDEX
INDEX LOCORUM

Sujets: Xénophon (0430?-0355? av. J.-C.) -- Critique et interprétation -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Don -- Anthropologie -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Charisme -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Grèce -- 4e siècle av. J.-C. -- Thèses et écrits académiques




Hetäre


Kurke, Leslie:
Inventing the Hetaira: Sex, Politics, and Discursive Conflict in Archaic Greece.
In: Classical Antiquity (CA). (University of California Press). - Bd. 16 (1997), Heft 1. - S. 106-150.
Abstract: According to Xenophon, the hetaira »gratified« her patron as a »philos«, participating in an aristcratic network of gift exchange (Xen. Mem. 3.11), while the »pornê«, as her name signified, trafficked in sex as a commodity. Recent writers on Greek prostitution have acknowledged that hetaira vs. pronê may be as much a discursive opposition as a real difference in status, but still, very little attention has been paid to the period of the »invention« of this binary. Hetaira meaning »courtesan« first occurs in Herodotus (2.134-35) and does not exist in Homer: hence, the conceptual category of the hetaira is an invention of the archaic period. What needs generated the constitution of this category ? And what conceptual »work« was the opposition hetaira-pornê doing in Greek culture in the period of its inception ? This paper addresses these questions through a reading of fragments of archaic lyric - predominantly those of Anakreon - as well as consideration of Attic vase painting. I suggest that the hetaira-pornê opposition participates in the overarching tension between the aristocratic symposium and the public sphere in archaic Greece. Oswyn Murray has suggested that the symposium constitutes itself as a kind of anti-city with its own rules and conventions. Part of the discursive exclusion of the public sphere is the complete suppression of the city's monetarizied economy from the domain of the aristocratic symposium, and it is this impulse to mystify economic relations for sex that generates the category of the hetaira within a framework of gift exchange. But if the motives for this discursive invention are economic, they are also (inextricably) political: the hetaira affirms and embodies the circulation of charis within a privileged elite, while the pornê figures the debased and promiscuous exchanges of the agora.



Historiographie

H l 3075
Lendle, Otto:
Einführung in die griechische Geschichtsschreibung. Von Hekataios bis Zosimos.
Darmstadt: Wiss. Buchges. 1992. pp. IX, 311 (Die Altertumswissenschaft.)
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3.2.2.; 3.3.2.2.; 3.3.4.; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; 3.4. Polybios; <> A.2.d.; ISBN 3-534-10122-7
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Allen, Danielle S.; Christesen, Paul; Millett, Paul

How to do things with history: new approaches to ancient Greece / edited by Danielle Allen, Paul Christesen, and Paul Millett

New York, NY 2018 (Verlag: Oxford University Press). pp. xiii, 406 p.: ill.; 25 cm.

How to Do Things with History is a collection of essays that explores current and future approaches to the study of ancient Greek cultural history. Rather than focus directly on methodology, the essays in this volume demonstrate how some of the most productive and significant methodologies for studying ancient Greece can be employed to illuminate a range of different kinds of subject matter. These essays, which bring together the work of some of the most talented scholars in the field, are based upon papers delivered at a conference held at Cambridge University in September of 2014 in honor of Paul Cartledge's retirement from the post of A. G. Leventis Professor of Ancient Greek Culture. For the better part of four decades, Paul Cartledge has spearheaded intellectual developments in the field of Greek culture in both scholarly and public contexts. His work has combined insightful historical accounts of particular places, periods, and thinkers with a willingness to explore comparative approaches and a keen focus on methodology. Cartledge has throughout his career emphasized the analysis of practice - the study not, for instance, of the history of thought but of thinking in action and through action. The assembled essays trace the broad horizons charted by Cartledge's work: from studies of political thinking to accounts of legal and cultural practices to politically astute approaches to historiography. The contributors to this volume all take the parameters and contours of Cartledge's work, which has profoundly influenced an entire generation of scholars, as starting points for their own historical and historiographical explorations. Those parameters and contours provide a common thread that runs through and connects all of the essays while also offering sufficient freedom for individual contributors to demonstrate an array of rich and varied approaches to the study of the past." -- Provided by publisher.

"How to Do Things with History is a collection of essays that explores current and future approaches to the study of ancient Greek cultural history. The essays in this volume demonstrate how particular methodologies for studying ancient Greece can be employed to illuminate a range of different kinds of subject matter"

Based on the proceedings of a conference held in honour of Prof. Paul Cartledge. - Contents: - Introduction - Part One: Theory and Practice. - Chapter 1: The "Great Leap" in Early Greek Politics and Political Thought: A Comparative Perspective, Kurt A. Raaflaub - Chapter 2: Pericles' Utopia - Reading of Thucydides and Plato, Emily Greenwood - Chapter 3: How to Turn History into Scenario: Plato's Republic Book 8 on the Role of Political Office in Constitutional Change, Melissa Lane - Chapter 4: "Cyrus appeared both great and good" : Xenophon and the Performativity of Kingship, Carol Atack - Chapter 5: Jurors and Serial Killers: Loneliness, Deliberation, and Community in Ancient Athens, Alastair J. L. Blanshard - Part Two: Economy and Society: Violence, Gender, and Class. - Chapter 6: The Sparta Game: Violence, Proportionality, Austerity, Collapse, Josiah Ober and Barry R. Weingast - Chapter 7: Marx and Antiquity, Wilfried Nippel - Chapter 8: Marxism and Ancient History, Kostas Vlassopoulos - Chapter 9: Building for the State: A World-Historical Perspective, Walter Scheidel - Part Three: Source Pluralism. - Chapter 10: Picturing History: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Tyrannicide in the Art of Classical Athens and Early Imperial China, Jeremy Tanner - Chapter 11: Imaginary Intercourse: an Illustrated History of Greek Pederasty, Robin Osborne - Chapter 12: The Boys from Cydathenaeum: Aristophanes versus Cleon Again, Edith Hall - Chapter 13: How to Write Anti-Roman History, Tim Whitmarsh - Afterward, Paul Cartledge.

Historicism.; Greece / Civilization / To 146 B.C.; Greece / Civilization / To 146 B.C. / Historiography; 3.2.2. Geschichtsschreibung, gr.; 3.2.3. Philosophie, gr.; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Kyros d.Gr.;




Diss. Basel 1950
Breitenbach, Hans Rudolf:
Historiographische Anschauungsformen Xenophons.
Freiburg (Schw.): Paulusdr. 1950. pp. 158 (Diss. Basel 1950.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Geschichtsschreibung; <> A.2.d.; UB Gießen



R bgrx 16-265
Dillery, John David:
Xenophon's historical perspectives.
[Ann Arbor]: UMI [1989]. pp. v, 297 (Diss. The Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor 1989)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Kleinasien; 3.2.2.; Digression; Rede; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.1.3.1.; eusebeía; <> A.2.d.; D.1.; Order No. 9001619. DA L 1989-1990 2478A.
[R 14/93] (9+2)



gri900x522:q/d45
Dillery, John:
Xenophon and the History of His Times.
London & New York: Routledge 1995. pp. xii,337
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3.4. Xenophon; 2.2.3.5.; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ politische & soziale Ansichten; 4.1.3.1.; 2.2.3.4.; Imperialismus/ Xen.; Utopie/ Xen.; Panhellenismus/ Xen.; Xenophon/ Anabasis/ Utopie; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; Paktolos/ Schlacht am; 5.2.2.1.; Jason von Pherai/ Xen.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Hegemonie; Phleious/ Xen.; Dreißig/ Athen/ Xen.; Triakonta/ Athen/ Xen.; Mnasippos/ Xen.; Iphikrates/ Xen.; Idealstaat/ Xen.; 4.5.3.; Xenophon/ Religion; Xen. Mem. 1,4; Xen. Mem. 4,3; Xen. Hell. 5; Korinthischer Krieg/ Kleinasien; <> A.2.d.; ISBN 0-415-09139-X; (Bibliography: 298ff.; Indices: 319ff.)



B `36, 2401
Brouwers, A.:
rec.: Colin, G., Xénophon historien ...
RevBelgPh 15, 1936, 149-150
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Historiker; Colin, G./ Xénophon Historien; \ A.2.d. /

B `35, 2288
Corradi, G.:
rec.: Colin, G., Xénophon historien ...
BollFilCl 6, 1934/35, 229-233
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Historiker; Colin, G./ Xénophon historien; \ A.2.d. /



Placido, D.:
"Economia y sociedad. Polis y Basilea. Los fundamentos de la reflexion historiografica de Jenofonte."
Habis 20 (1989) 135-154 .





Homosexualität

Hindley, C. (1999):
Xenophon on male love.
In: The Classical Quarterly (CQ). Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 49 (1999). - S. 74-99.





Imperialismus


T f 500
[Dijon, Université de] ,
L'Idéologie de l'Impérialisme Romain. Colloque organisé les 18 et 19 Octobres 1972 par la section de latin de la Faculté des Lettres avec les concours de la fondation Pour L'Art et la Recherche.,
Paris: Les Belles Lettres 1974. 157 S. (Publications de l'Université de Dijon. 46.)
---------------- 1.1. Frankreich/ 18.Jh.; 2.3.5.; 3.3.; 3.3.1.2.; Calpurnius Siculus; 3.3.2.2.; 3.4. Augustin; 3.4. Cicero; Cicero/ Kyrus d.Ä.; Cicero/ Perikles; 3.4. Seneca d.J.; 3.4. Tacitus; Tacitus/ certamen; 3.4. Velleius Paterculus; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Cicero; 4.1.3.2.; Imperialismus, röm.; 4.6.1.2.2.; 5.2.2.1.; Berenike; Corbulo; 5.6.4.; Bourgogne; 5.8.; Alesia/ gall. & lat. Sprache; -- D.5.


Zs 23
Raepsaet, Georges:
[rec.:] L'idéologie de l'impérialisme romain. Colloque de Dijon les 18 et 19 octobre 1972. Paris ... 1974 ... (Publications de l'Université de Dijon. XLVI). ...
AC 44, 1975, 787-788
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4.1.3.2.; Prinzipatsideologie/ Imperialismus; 4.1.5.2.; Romanisierung/ Gallien; Imperialismus/ "linguistisch"; 4.6.1.1.2.; 4.6.1.2.2.; 3.3.1.2.; Calpurnius Siculus; 3.4. Augustin; Reich/ Kirche; 3.4. Seneca; 3.4. Tacitus; 3.4. Velleius Paterculus; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.5.7.4.; 5.2.2.1.; Corbulo; 5.6.4.; Imperialismus/ Rom; Idéologie de l'impérialisme romain; Micehl, Alain; André, Jean-Marie; Engel, Jean-Marie; Joly, Denise; Domitius Corbulo/ Cn.; Domitius/ RE Kaiserz. 9; Morel, Jacques; Hellegouarc'h, Joseph; Delpuech, Patrick; Le Gall, Joel; Rolley, Claude; Goguey, René; Büchner, Karl; Oroz, José; \ D.5. /


Z 51; APh 20, p. 265
Ehrenberg, Victor:
Polypragmosyne. A Study in Greek Politics.
JHS 67, 1947, 46-67
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Aristophanes; 3.4. Aristoteles; 3.4. Demosthenes; 3.4. Isokrates; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Polygpragmosyne; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; polypragmsúnê; Imperialismus/ Polypragmosyne/ Athen; Pothos/ Polypragmosyne; Pleonexia/ Polypragmosyne; \ D.5.; D.3.; A.2.d. /



Intertextualität


Tamiolaki, M. 2008. “Les Hélleniques entre tradition et innovation. Aspects de la relation intertextuelle de Xénophon avec Hérodote et Thucydide.” Cahiers des études anciennes 45:15–52.



Iphikrates

APh 46, p. 363
Mosley, D.J.:
Xénophon et Iphikrates.
RSA 4, 1974, 64-68
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Generäle; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,27-28; Xenophon/ Iphikrates; 4.1.3.1.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Iphikrates; \ F.; A.2.d.; 374-371 v.Chr. /




Isokrates


Noël, Marie-Pierre

Enkomion ou epainos? Définitions et usages de l' éloge dans l' Evagoras d' Isocrate et l' Agésilas de Xénophon

Aus: Xénophon et la rhétorique. Éd. par Pierre Pontier. Paris: Presses de l' université Paris – Sorbonne. 2014. pp. 253-268

3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Agesilaos; Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; 3.4. Isokrates; Isokrates/Euagoras; Ekomion; epainos;


Gray, V.J.:
Xenophon and Isocrates.

In: The Cambridge history of Greek and Roman political thought. Christopher Rowe, Malcolm Schofield in association with Simon Harrison and Melissa Lane (Edd.). Cambridge: Cambridge UP. - 2000. - S. 142-154.


Vallozza, Maddalena:
Rez. Evangelos Alexiou: Ruhm und Ehre. Studien zu Begriffen, Werten und Motivierungen bei Isokrates. Heidelberg: Winter (1995). 272 S. (Bibliothek der 
klassischen Altertumswissenschaften, N. F. Reihe 2, 93.) & Rez. Yun Lee Too: The Rhetoric of Identity in Isocrates. Text, Power, Pedagogy. Cambridge:  Cambridge UP (1995), XIII, 274 S. (Cambridge Classical Studies.) & Rez. Hartmut Wilms: Techne und Paideia bei Xenophon und Isokrates. Stuttgart/Leipzig: Teubner (1995). 347 S. (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde. 68.). 
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. (C. H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung München). - Bd. 72 (2000), Heft 2. - S.101-106.
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Tamiolaki, Mélina

Special issue: Xenophon and Isocrates: political affinities and literary interactions / issue editor Melina Tamiolaki.

Berlin 2018. (De Gruyter) pp.[vi], 253 p.; 23 cm.

Contents: Melina Tamiolaki, Introduction; I Attitudes Towards Persia and Sparta. Christopher Tuplin, Xenophon, Isocrates and the Achaemenid Empire: History, Pedagogy and the Persian Solution to Greek Problems; Noreen Humble, Xenophon and Isocrates on Sparta; II Concepts. John Dillery, Words of Wonder: Initial Θαυμάζειν in Isocrates, Xenophon, and Related Texts; Pierre Pontier, Praising the King's Courage: From the Evagoras to the Agesilaus; Evangelos Alexiou Competitive Values in Isocrates and Xenophon: Aspects of Philotimia; III Politics. Frances Pownall, Tyranny and Democracy in Xenophon and Isocrates; Richard Fernando Buxton, Forging Unity, Exporting Unrest: Xenophon and Isocrates on Stasis; Carol Atack, Politeia and the Past in Xenophon and Isocrates; IV Literary Techniques. Roberto Nicolai, Genre, Models and Functions of Xenophon's Anabasis in Comparison with Isocrates‘ Logoi; Yun Lee Too, Privileging the Written Word: The Constructions of Authority in Isocrates and Xenophon.

Deskriptoren: 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon Atheniensis; Isocrates orat.; 3.4. Isokrates; Athen im IV. Jahrhundert; 2.2.3.5. 404-338;




Isotelie


Zs 68; APh 49, 5111
Whitehead, D.:
Isotéleia, a metaphor in Xenophon.
Eirene 16, 1978, 19-22
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi 4,12; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,25; 4.1.1.6.1. Metöken; 4.2.4.1. s.v.; isotéleia; \ A.2.d. /




Jagd

APh 20, p. 138
Rézette, H.:
La chasse dans l'oeuvre de Xénophon: Thèse de lic. Univ. de Louvain; cf.
RBPh 25, 1946-1947, 944
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Jagd; 4.1.5.1. s.v.; Jagd, gr./ Xenophon; \ A.2.d. /




Jahr/Jahreszeiten

APh 46, p. 363
Orsi, D.P.:
L'anno stagionale. Tucidide e Senofonte.
QS 1, 1975, 117-140
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3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Chronologie; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Chronologie; 5.2.1. s.v.; Jahr; Jahreszeiten; \ A.2.d.; A.2.e. / 3




Jason von Pherai


Sp L I - 8
Lemmermann, Karl:
Jason von Pherä.
Jena: 1927. pp. (Jena, Phil.Diss. 1927)
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2.2.6.;Thessalien;2.2.3.5. 404-338;3.4. Xenophon;5.2.2.1.;Iason von Pherai;




Kadusier


R fs 4005
Syme, Ronald
The Cadusii in History and in Fiction.
Aus: Birley, A.R. (ed.) (Hg.): Syme, Ronald, Roman Papers, Vol. VI., Oxford 1991. pp. 304-322
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3.3.2.1. Geschichtsschreibung röm. Republik; 3.3.2.2. Geschichtsschreibung röm. Kaiserzeit; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.2. Prosopographie Personengruppen; 5.6.2. Asien; 5.6.7. Orient; Cadusii; Kadusier; - B.1.
R 17/92 (7)




Kallikratidas

Moles, John L.:
Xenophon and Callicratidas.
In: The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS / JHSt). (Published by the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies).
Bd. 114 (1994). - S. 70-84.
Xen. Hell. I 6,1-33; spartanischer Nauarch; gefallen in der Schlacht bei den Arginusen.


Laforse, B.:
Xenophon, Callicratidas and panhellenism.

In: The Ancient History bulletin. - Bd. 12 (1998). - S. 55-67.




Kallinos


APh 57, 5182
Franco, C.:
Un'eco di Callino in Xen. An. 3,1,13.
GFF 9, 1986, 77-78
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ An. 3,1,13; Kallinos/ fr. 1 G.-P.; \ A.2.d. /




Klearchos

Laforse, Bruce:
Xenophon's Clearchus.

In: Syllecta Classica. A Publication of the Classics Department at the University of Iowa. (2000). - S. 74-88.




Kleophon

Tp B II - 11
Baldwin, Barry:
Notes on Cleophon.
AClass 17, 1974, 35-47
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2.2.3.4.; Athen/ Politiker; 3.2.1.; Komödie/ Kleophon; Aristophanes/ Thesmoph. 805; Aristophanes/ Equ. 765; Aristophanes/ Ranae 679.682f.1504.1532; Plato Comicus/ Cleophon; 3.2.4.; Demagogen/ Athen; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,7,35/ Kleophons Tod; Lysias/ In Agoratum 8-12/ Kleophons Tod; 4.1.3.1.; 4.4.2.2.; Ostrakismos/ Bsp.; Prozesse, polit./ Athen/ Kleophon; 5.2.2.1.; Kleophon; Kleippides, Deinias'Sohn, v. Acharnae/ Kleophons Vater; \ F.; C.1.a.; 415-404 v.Chr. /





Kolchis

Z 58
Lipka, Michael:

Anmerkungen zu geographischen, wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Verhältnissen an der südöstlichen Schwarzmeerküste Ende des fünften / Anfang des vierten Jhs. v. Chr.

In: Klio. Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte. (Berlin: Akademie Verlag). - Bd. 77 (1995). - S. 65-74.

Abstract: A large number of geographers locate the Colchians between the river Phasis and the city Dioskourias, which was later called Sebastopolis. This location, however, is not confirmed by Xenophon and Arrian. the latter locate the Colchians near Trapezus. This difference of location is accounted for by the fact that the former geographers have as their main source Hekataios' »periodos ges«. Within the fifth century B.C. the Colchian territory expanded gradually towards the west up to Kerasous. Only Xenophon and Arrian take account of this development, since they are eye-witnesses. The Drilai are mentioned only by Xenophon, not by the Periplous-literature, because they do not dwell close to the sea. Their metropolis is described as well fortified. This might be an indiction of fear of a foreign invasion. The metropolis presumably is to be located on the west bank of the Degirmendere, north of the city Maçka. The Mossynoikoi are described by Xenophon much more in detail than the Drilai. They are a centrally governed and surprisingly well organized community. A councel (?) and a king (?) have the executive and administrative power. On the ground of this evidence it is questionable whether the people at the southern shore of the black sea were generally organized in closed local communities, as claimed by Magie. In the case of the Mossynoikoi this view is definitely wrong, since most of the administration of the whole area was done by one city alone, i.e. the metropolis. A passage in Xenophon's Anabasis supports the assumption that Greek merchants played an intermediate role in cereal trade not only - as already known  in the northern area of the Black Sea but also along the southern shore. Export products of the region of pontus were - apart from wood, fish and pottery - some of the commodities listed by Polybiios 4.38, i.e. slaves, honey, and wax. Thus the cities of the southern shore of the Black Sea were largely independent from western imports, even if one assumes (as I do) that olive oil was imported from the Greek homecountry.




Kolonisation

B 67/156
Brunt, P. A.
Athenian Settlements Abroad in the Fifth Century B.C.
Aus: (Hg.): Ancient Society & Institutions. Studies presented to V. Ehrenberg on his 75th birthday [FS Ehrenberg]., Oxford 1966. pp. 71-92
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2.2.3.; Athen/ Kolonisation; 2.2.3.2.; 2.2.3.3.; 2.2.5.; Thurioi; Amphipolis; Sinope; Amisos; Lemnos; Imbros; Skyros; Chersones, thrak.; Mytilene; 2.2.6.; Chalkis; Eretria; Diodor/ 15,23,4; Diodor/ 15,29,8; Plutarch/ Per. 11; Thukydides/ 7,57,2; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,2,10 [79]; 4.1.2.1. Athen; Isopoliteia/ Metropolis-Kolonie (?); 4.6.3.1.1.; Att.-Del. Seebund/ 1.; 4.6.4.1.; apoikía; kleroúchoi; epoikoi; IG 1²,140; ATL D 22; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,1,1-24.29 [90 no. 6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 4,61 [90 no.6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,2,1 [90 no.6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,6,12-38 [92 no.48]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,2,5 [92 no.48]; Xenophon/ Mem. 2,8,1 [92 no.58]; - C.1.a.




Krieg

Sordi, Marta:
Religione e guerra nel pensiero di Senofonte.
In: Il pensiero sulla guerra nel mondo antico. A cura di Marta Sordi. Contributi dell' Istituto di storia antica. Volume ventisettesimo. Vita e Pensiero. Pubblicazioni dell' Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Milano. - 2001. - S. 37-44.



Sonya Nevin, Military Leaders and Sacred Space in Classical Greek Warfare. Temples, Sanctuaries and Conflict in Antiquity, London – New York (I.B.Tauris) 2017, IX + 307 S., ISBN 978-1-78453-285-7 (geb.)

The ancient Greeks attributed great importance to the sacred during war and campaigning, as demonstrated from their earliest texts. Among the first four lines of the Iliad, for example, is a declaration that Apollo began the feud between Achilles and Agamemnon and sent a plague upon the Greek army because its leader, Agamemnon, had mistreated Apollo's priest. In this first in-depth study of the attitude of military commanders towards holy ground, Sonya Nevin addresses the customs and conduct of these leaders in relation to sanctuaries, precincts, shrines, temples and sacral objects. Focusing on a variety of Greek kings and captains, the author shows how military leaders were expected to react to the sacred sites of their foes. She further explores how they were likely to respond, and how their responses shaped the way such generals were viewed by their communities, by their troops, by their enemies and also by those like Herodotus, Thucydides and Xenophon who were writing their lives. This is a groundbreaking study of the significance of the sacred in warfare and the wider culture of antiquity."



Armin Eich, rec. Nevin Sonya Military Leaders and Sacred Space in Classical Greek Warfare. Temples, Sanctuaries and Conflict in Antiquity IX I.B.Tauris London – New York 1 307 2017 978-1-78453-285-7 (geb.) £ 64,– . Klio, Band 101, Heft 1, Seiten 347–349.

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Näf, Beat:
Vom Frieden reden - den Krieg meinen ? Aspekte der griechischen Friedensvorstellungen und der Politik des Atheners Eubulos.
In: Klio. Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte. (Berlin: Akademie Verlag). - Bd. 79 (1997), Heft 2. - S. 317-340.
3.4. Xenophon; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Isokrates; Xenophon/ Poroi/ Frieden; Isokrates/ Frieden; Eubulos/ Xen.; Eubulos/ Isokr.; Krieg/ Frieden/ Athen;
Abstract: Peace in fourth century B.C. Athens und Greece was an important political concept concerned with much more than the mere absence of war. The basic conceptions of peace may be found in the orators, in historiogrpahy, in philosophy, or in political treatises. They are not ends in themselves, but also repeatedly constitute arguments serving particular political aims, even those of war. Those who advocated the establishment of peace in no way represented a particular political camp, and even less a »peace party«. Thus the concepts of peace of Isocrates in »On Peace«, and Xenophon in »Revenues« - both often associated with the Athenian politican Eubulos - are linked to political sentiments which are by no means identical, although they certainly belong within the same historical framework. In addition, these concepts differ in specific aspects of detail. The fact that their differences have nevertheless received little attention in modern scholarship has to do with the slow process of registering and analyzing the interpretations of Eubulos and the ancient conceptions of peace.



Tp S II - 1
Spiegel, Nathan
Xenophon, Historian and Mercenary General.
Aus: ders. (Hg.): War and peace in classical Greek literature., Jerusalem 1990. pp. 157-165 (Mount Scopus Publ.)
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Söldnerwesen/ Xenophon; - A.2.d.; G.2.




Kriegsgefangene

E d 650
Ducrey, Pierre:
Le traitement des prisonniers de guerre dans la Grèce antique. Des Origines à la conqquête romaine.
Paris: Boccard 1968. pp. XIV, 358
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4.1.1.6.1.; 4.1.5.1.; 4.5.3.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; 5.8.; Kriegsgefangenschaft/ Vokabular, gr.; dmôs/ Kriegsgefangener; aichmálôtos/ Kriegsgefangener; andrápodon/ Kriegsgefangener; zôgréô/ Kriegsgefangener; Massaker/ Kriegsgefangene, gr.; Aigos Potamos/ Schlacht/ Kriegsgefangene/ Massenhinrichtung; Heilige Kriege/ 3./ Kriegsgefangene/ Massenhinrichtung; Kriegsgefangene/ Versklavung, gr.; Sphakteria/ Kriegsgefangene/ Behandlung; 3.4. Homer; Homer/ Kriegsgefangenschaft; Sybaris/ Besiegte, Behandlung; Melos/ Massaker/ Peloponn. Krieg; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis/ Kriegsgefangene; Kriegsgefangenschaft/ Xen. An.; Zehntausend/ Kriegsgefangene, Behandlung; 2.2.4.1.; Alexander d.Gr./ Kriegsgefangene, Behandlung; Piraterie/ Gefangene, Behandlung; 4.2.2.; Krieg/ Wirtschaft, grch.; Lösegeld/ Kriegsgefangene, grch.; 4.1.3.1.; Barbaren/ Griechen; Asylie/ Kriegsgefangenschaft, gr.; <> G.1.; C.
[175/69]



Ktesias von Knidos

Zs 23
Cizek, Alexandru:
From the historical truth to the literary convention: The life of Cyrus the Great viewed by Herodotus, Ctesias and Xenophon.
AC 44, 1975, 531-552
------------------------------------
2.1.4.; 3.2.2.; Historiographie/ Mythographie; 3.3.2.; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Ktesias v. Knidos; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1.; Kyros d.Ä.; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; Achämeniden/ Kyros d.Gr.; alêtheía/ Geschichtsschreibung; Cic. Brut. 11 [p.534]; Quint. Inst. 10,31 [p.534]; Rhet. ad Her. 1,13 [p.535]; historia/ fabula [p.535]; Xen. Cyr. 1,2,1 [p.537 A.20.548]; Biographie/ Historiographie; Herodot/ Kyros d.Ä.; Ktesias/ Kyros d.Ä.; Her. 1,95 ff; Tragödie/ Historiographie; Kyros/ Eur. Bacch. [p.542]; Xen. Cyr. 1,1,6 [p.549. A.52]; Xen. Mem. 4,8,1-10 [p.551]; \ A.2.d.; D.5.; F. /





Kunaxa


Encyclopaedia Iranica, s.v. Cunaxa (A. Shapur Shahbazi) - http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/cunaxa
This article is available in print: Vol. VI, Fasc. 5, pp. 455-456


Bigwood, J. M.:
The ancient accounts of the battle of Cunaxa
AJPh 104, 1983, 340-347
------------------------------------
Sophainetos;3.4. Ktesias;3.4. Xenophon;3.4. Diodor;Xenophon/Anabasis;2.1.4.;4.6.1.2.1.; \ APh 54, 5724; /


H. Gugel, “Die Aufstellung von Kyros’ Herr in der Schlacht von Kunaxa (zu Xen. An. 1.8:5),” Gymnasium 78, 1971, pp. 241-43.


J. Kromayer, Antike Schlachtfelder. Bausteine zu einer antiken Griegsgeschichte IV, Berlin, 1924-31, pp. 222-42.


O. Lendle, “Der Bericht Xenophon über die Schlacht von Kunaxa,” Gymnasium 74, 1966, pp. 429-52.


M. Pancritius, Studien über die Schlacht bei Kunaxa, Berlin, 1906.


P. A. Rahe, “The Eve of Cunaxa,” American Journal of Philology 101, 1980, pp. 79-96.


Wylie, Graham "Cunaxa and Xenophon" AC 61 (1992) 119-134



Mari, Francesco

Titel: La main infidèle. Le Grand Roi et la mutilation de Cyrus le Jeune.

Aus Sammelband: Corps au supplice et violence de guerre dans l' epos. Antiquité. Textes éd. par Annie Allély. (Scripta antiqua. 67.). Paris: De Boccard 2014

pp. 79-94

2.1.4. s.v.; Achämeniden/ Artaxerxes II.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ An. 1,10,1; FgrH 688, F 16. 64, 66 F20: Ktesias von Knidos.



Kyros d.Gr.


Zs 23; APh 46, p. 384
Cizek, A.:
From the historical truth to the literary convention. The life of Cyrus the Great viewed by Herodotus, Ctesias and Xenophon.
AC 44, 1975, 531-552
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2.1.4.; 2.2.3.1.; 3.2.1. s.v.; Ktesias von Knidos; 3.4. Herodot; Herodot/ Kyros d.Gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Kyros d.Gr.; \ A.2.d.; F. /


Zs 23
Cizek, Alexandru:
From the historical truth to the literary convention: The life of Cyrus the Great viewed by Herodotus, Ctesias and Xenophon.
AC 44, 1975, 531-552
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2.1.4.; 3.2.2.; Historiographie/ Mythographie; 3.3.2.; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Ktesias v. Knidos; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1.; Kyros d.Ä.; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; Achämeniden/ Kyros d.Gr.; alêtheía/ Geschichtsschreibung; Cic. Brut. 11 [p.534]; Quint. Inst. 10,31 [p.534]; Rhet. ad Her. 1,13 [p.535]; historia/ fabula [p.535]; Xen. Cyr. 1,2,1 [p.537 A.20.548]; Biographie/ Historiographie; Herodot/ Kyros d.Ä.; Ktesias/ Kyros d.Ä.; Her. 1,95 ff; Tragödie/ Historiographie; Kyros/ Eur. Bacch. [p.542]; Xen. Cyr. 1,1,6 [p.549. A.52]; Xen. Mem. 4,8,1-10 [p.551]; \ A.2.d.; D.5.; F. /



Landschaft


Rood, Tim:

Space and Landscape in Xenophon's Anabasis.

Aus: Space, place, and landscape in ancient Greek literature and culture.

Ed. by Kate Gilhuly and Nancy Worman. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 63-93




Leuktra

APh 59, 15252
Hanson, Victor:
Epameinondas, the battle of Leuktra (371 B.C.), and the "revolution" in Greek battle tactics.
ClAnt 7, 1988, 190-207
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/15,52-56; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/Pel.20-23; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.6,4,3-15; 4.6.1.2.1.; Leuktra; 5.2.2.1. s.v.;Epaminondas; Schlacht/Leuktra; Taktik; Militärgeschichte; \ G.3. Kriege und Schlachten /




Lysander

Giraud, J.-M.:
Lysandre et le chef idéal de Xénophon.
In: Quaderni di storia (QS). - Bd. 53 (2001). - S. 39-68.


APh 58, 5097
Due, Bodil:
Lysander in Xenophon's Hellenica.
C&M 38, 1987, 53-62
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Lysander; \ F. Biographien /




Manipulation


Azoulay, Vincent

Xenophon and the graces of power. A greek guide to political manipulation. Vincent Azoulay ; translated by Angela Krieger.

Swansea 2018 (Verlag: The Classical Press of Wales). pp. xi, 444

Abstract: One of classical Greece's most worldly and lucid writers, Xenophon across his many works gave a restless criticism of power: democratic, oligarchic and autocratic. From military campaigns (in which he took part), through the great powers of his day (Sparta, Persia, Athens) to modes of control within the household, he observed intimately and often with partisan passion. In this work a leading French Hellenist, Vincent Azoulay, analyses across Xenophon's diverse texts the techniques by which the Greek writer recommends that leaders should manipulate. Through gifts and personal allure, though mystique, dazzling appearance, exemplary behaviour, strategic absences - and occasional terror, Xenophon analyses ways in which a powerful few might triumphantly replace the erratic democracies and self-indulgent oligarchies of his day. First published in French (in 2004) to international acclaim, this book is here translated for the first time, revised and updated.

Deskriptoren: Xenophon Atheniensis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/charis;

Table of contents

FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 1 – CHARIS AND ITS CHALLENGES
I. The Law of Charis
III. Charis in Democracy
CHAPTER 2 – LEGITIMATE FAVORS
I. Xenophon's Three Graces
II. Supreme Benefits: Feeding Bodies and Minds
III. Contextualizing Favors: The Differential Effectiveness of Gifts
CHAPTER 3 – FROM GOOD DEEDS TO MISDEEDS: THE CORRUPTING POWER OF CHARIS
I. The Ambiguities of Xenia
II. Agesilaus and Xenophon: The Incorruptibles?
III. From Material Corruption to Spiritual Corruption
CHAPTER 4 – BETWEEN CHARIS ANDMISTHOS : XENOPHON AGAINST THE MERCHANTS?
I. 'The Hostile World' of Goods
II. The Ambiguous Virtues of Commercial Exchange
CHAPTER 5 – CHARIS AND ENVY
I. The Omnipresence of Phthonos: The Social Genesis of a Feeling
II. Leveling From the Bottom or Redistributing from the Top?
III. Phthonos and Charis: Dangerous Liaisons
CHAPTER 6 – CHARIS AND PHILIA: THE POLITICS OF FRIENDSHIP
I. The Debate over Philia
II. Philia and Patronage
III. From Philia to Philanthropia
CHAPTER 7 – CHARIS AND PATERNITY
I. From Fraternal Union to Paternal Love
II. Paternal Power: An Unattainable Dream?
III. Cyrus, or the Universal Father
CHAPTER 8 – THE GRACES OF LOVE
I. Erotic Reciprocity and Its Dangers
II. The Political Power of the Eromenos
III. From Socrates to Cyrus: The Rivalry of Two Graces
IV. Epilogue: On the Love of Men and the Veneration of the Gods
CONCLUSION
PHILOLOGICAL ANNEX: CHARIS IN XENOPHON'S CORPUS
Contents
NOTES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
GENERAL INDEX
INDEX LOCORUM

Sujets: Xénophon (0430?-0355? av. J.-C.) -- Critique et interprétation -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Don -- Anthropologie -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Charisme -- Thèses et écrits académiques

Grèce -- 4e siècle av. J.-C. -- Thèses et écrits académiques



Maximus


Ihm, S.:
Xenophon und "Maximus".
In: Eranos. Acta philologica Suecana. (Uppsala). - Bd. 97 (1999). - S. 68-85.



Medien


Christopher J. Tuplin, “Xenophon in Media,” in Giovani B. Lanfranchi, Michael Roaf, and Robert Rollinger, eds., Continuity of Empire (?): Assyria, Media, Persia, Padova, Italy, 2003, pp. 351-89.


Militärgeschichte


STOLL, OLIVER: Gemeinschaft in der Fremde: Xenophons „Anabasis“ als Quelle zum Söldnertum im Klassischen Griechenland?

Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft 5 (2002) 123-183

http://www.gfa.d-r.de/5-02/stoll.pdf



E a 326
Anderson, J.K.:
Military Theory and Practice in the age of Xenophon.
Berkeley;Los Angeles: Univ. of California Press 1970. pp. 419
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2.2.3.5. 404-338;3.4. Xenophon;4.6.2.1. Heerwesen, gr.;4.6.1.2.1. Kriegf., gr.;3.4. Tactica; <> G.1.; A.2.d.
143/78


T el 115
Lengauer, Wlodzimierz :
Greek commanders in the 5th and 4th centuries B.C. - politics and ideology: a study of militarism.
Warszawa: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego 1979. pp. 189 (Studia antiqua.)
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2.2.3.; Polis/ Militär; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.5.1.1.; Idealherrscher/ Feldherr; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; 5.2.2.1.; Kleon; Alkibiades; Theramenes; Lysander; 5.2.2.2.; Ideologie/ Militär; Militarismus/ Hellas, klass.; <> G.2.; D.5.; F.; Bibliography: 179ff.; K.6.g.bb.1. Griechenland; K.7.d.hh. Problematik des 4. Jh.; rec.: Westlake, JHS 101, 1981, 196f.


Hutchinson, Godfrey:
Xenophon and the art of command.
London : Greenhill Books [u.a.], 2000. - 272 S.


Zs 470; B `34, 1618
Gemoll, Wilh.:
Xenophon als Soldat.
PhW 54, 1934, 366-367
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Soldat; 4.6.1.2.1.; \ A.2.d.; G.1. /


Giraud, J.-M.:
Lysandre et le chef idéal de Xénophon.
In: Quaderni di storia (QS). - Bd. 53 (2001). - S. 39-68.


ant1kk/p75
Pritchett, W. Kendrick
The General on the Battlefield.
Aus: Pritchett, W. Kendrick (Hg.): Essays in Greek History., Amsterdam 1994. pp. 111-144
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4.6.1.2.1.; Feldherr/ Schlachtfeld, Verhalten auf; Generalität, antike; Diod. 16,79,5 [p.113]; Plut. Timol. 27,4 [p.113]; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Feldherr/ Verhalten; Xen. Cyr. 3,3,62f. [p.114]; Xen. Cyr. 7,1,25f. [p.115]; Xen. Hell. 1,3,5 [p.115]; Plut. Pelop. 32,4 [p.134]; Xen. Hell. 7,5,25 [p.135]; Diod. 18,34 [p.137]; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Könige/ Feldherrenfunktion; - G.2.


Iapichino, Linda:
"I diecimila di Senofonte: tecniche di combattimento, equipaggiamento militare e approvvigionamento degli strumenti di guerra."
RSA 29, 1999, S. 91-105.


Prestianni Giallombardo, Anna Maria:
"Il bronzo e la pietra. Strumenti di guerra e techniche di combattimento nell'Anabasi di Senofonte."
Pallas 43, 1995, S. 21-40.




Namenskunde

Schmitt, Rüdiger:
Die iranischen und Iranier-Namen in den Schriften Xenophons.

Wien : Verl. der Österr. Akad. der Wiss., 2002. - 175 S. - (Sitzungsberichte / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse ; 692)





Ökonomie

E b 75
Baloglou, Christos; Peukert, Helge:
Zum antiken ökonomischen Denken der Griechen (800 v.u.Z.-31 n.u.Z.). Eine kommentierte Bibliographie.
Marburg: Metropolis Verlag 1992. pp. 121
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4.2.2. Wirtschaft griech.; 3.2.2. Philosophie griech.; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Aristoteles; 3.4. Xenophon; 3.4. Thukydides; <> ISBN 3-926570-69-5
39/93


Tp D I - 4
Descat, Raymond:
Aux origines de l'oikonomía grecque.
QUCC no. 57, 1988, 103-119
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2.2.3.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3.; Antisthenes; Perikles/ exemplum/ oik.; Kyros d.Ä./ exemplum/ oik.; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Ps. Plat., Hipparch; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; 4.1.1.4.1.; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; techné; kérdos; philokerdés; 4.2.2.; 4.2.7.1.; 5.8. s.v.; oikonomía; oikonomikós; oikonómos; Phokylides/ fr. 2 Gent.Pr.; Aischylos/ Agam. 155; Lysias/ 1,7; Sophokles/ El. 192; \ D.5.; /


Tp A I - 9
Albafull, Nuria:
rec.: Taragna Novo, S., Economia ed etica nell'Economico di Senofonte. Torino 1968.
BIEH 9, 1975, 116-118
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; Taragna Novo, S./ Economia Etica Economico Senofonte; \ A.2.d.; D.2.; APh 47, 4609. / 


Placido, D.:
"Economia y sociedad. Polis y Basilea. Los fundamentos de la reflexion historiografica de Jenofonte."
Habis 20 (1989) 135-154 .



Leveque, Pierre "Xenophon et l'economie" DHA 18.1 (1992) 301-302


Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• Socratic Economics and the Psychology of Money, T. A. van Berkel



Oikoumene


Bearzot, Cinzia:
Spunti ecumenici nella tradizione politico-culturale ateniese. Senofonte, Demostene, Iperide.

In: L'ecumenismo politico nella coscienza dell'occidente. Bergamo, 18-21 settembre 1995. Alberto Barzanò, Cincia Bearzot, Luisa Prandi, Giuseppe Zecchini (Edd.). Roma: »L'Erma« di Bretschneider. (Alle radici della casa comune europea. 2; Centro ricerche e documentazione sull'antichità classica, monografie. 19; Università cattolica del sacro cuore; Centro culturale Nicolò Rezzara.). - 1998. - S. 97-106.


Oligarchie



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2017.04.38

Emmanuèle Caire, Penser l'oligarchie à Athènes aux Ve et IVe siècles: aspects d'une idéologie. Collection d'études anciennes. Série grecque, 151.   Paris:  Les Belles Lettres, 2016.  Pp. 402.  ISBN 9782251328935.  €45.00 (pb).  

Reviewed by Catherine Psilakis, Université de Lyon (catherine.psilakis@univ-lyon1.fr)

http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2017/2017-04-38.html




Opposition


Cordano, Federica "Senofonte e l'assemblea dell' 'Anabasi': consenso e opposizione". In:

Sordi, Marta (ed) L'opposizione nel mondo antico. Contributi dell'Istituto di storia antica 26. Scienze storiche 71.

(Milan, 2000) ISBN: 88-343-0618-X (2000MA), 111-119.





Paideia

Vallozza, Maddalena:
Rez. Evangelos Alexiou: Ruhm und Ehre. Studien zu Begriffen, Werten und Motivierungen bei Isokrates. Heidelberg: Winter (1995). 272 S. (Bibliothek der
 klassischen Altertumswissenschaften, N. F. Reihe 2, 93.) & Rez. Yun Lee Too: The Rhetoric of Identity in Isocrates. Text, Power, Pedagogy. Cambridge:  Cambridge UP (1995), XIII, 274 S. (Cambridge Classical Studies.) & Rez. Hartmut Wilms: Techne und Paideia bei Xenophon und Isokrates. Stuttgart/Leipzig: Teubner (1995). 347 S. (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde. 68.).
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. (C. H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung München). - Bd. 72 (2000), Heft 2. - S.101-106.
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Panhellenismus


Laforse, B.:
Xenophon, Callicratidas and panhellenism.

In: The Ancient History bulletin. - Bd. 12 (1998). - S. 55-67.



Tim Rood, “Panhellenism and Self-Presentation: Xenophon’s Speeches,” in Robin Lane Fox, ed., The Long March: Xenophon and the Ten Thousand, New Haven and London, 2004, pp. 305-29.




Periöken


alg320.35/s48-2
Lotze, Detlef:
Bürger zweiter Klasse: Spartas Periöken. Ihre Stellung und Funktion im Staat der Lakedaimonier.
Akad. Wiss. Erfurt SB d. geisteswiss. Kl. 2, 1993/94, 37-51
------------------------------------
2.2.7.; Periöken/ Sparta; 4.1.1.8.1.; 4.1.2.1.; Xen. Hell. 3,3,6 [p.39]; Xenophon/ Periöken, spartan.; 4.1.1.1.1.; Spartiat/ Periöke/ Verhältnis; \ C.1.a. /




Perser

kla Dn 7/1
Walser, Gerold:
Hellas und Iran. Studien zu den griechisch-persischen Beziehungen vor Alexander.
Darmstadt: WBG 1984. pp. xvi, 141 (Erträge der Forschung. 209.)
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2.1.4.; 2.2.3.; 4.1.3.1. Verh. zu; Barbaren; Hellenen/ Barbaren; 2.2.5.; Lydien/ Ionien; Achämeniden/ Hellas; Tyrannis, gr./ Achämeniden; 2.2.3.1.; Ionischer Aufstand; 4.6.2.1.; Marathon/ Schlacht; 2.2.3.2.; Xerxes-Feldzug; 3.4. Herodot; Herodot/ Perser; 4.5.1.; Tempelzerstörung/ Perser; 4.6.3.1.1.; Delisch-Attischer Seebund/ Ionien; Ionien/ Del.-Att. Seebund; 2.2.3.3.; 2.2.3.4.; Peloponnesischer Krieg/ Achämeniden; 5.2.2.1.; Pausanias v. Sparta/ Persien; Alkibiades/ Persien; Agesilaos II. v. Sparta/ Persien; Konon, Athener, Admiral/ Persien; Tissaphernes/ Hellas; Kyros d.J./ Hellas; Artaxerxes II. / Hellas; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Persienbild; 3.4. Isokrates; Isokrates/ Perserfeldzug; 2.2.3.5.; Philipp II. v. Makedonien/ Persien; <> C.1.a.; B.1.; A.2.d.; Zitierte Literatur: 129ff. Index: 135ff.; UB, ausleihbar


Hirsch, Steven W.:
The friendship of the Barbarians. Xenophon and the Persian Empire.
Hanover u.a. : Univ. Pr. of New England, 1985. - XI, 216 S.


Hirsch, Steven W.:
Xenophon and Persia. Zugl.: Standford, Calif., Stanford Univ., Diss., 1981.
Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1984. - V, 291.


R eh 230
Higginson, Timothy:
Greek Attitudes to Persian Kingship down to the Time of Xenophon. [Photokopie]
o.O.: [British Thesis Service] [1987]. pp. 283 (Diss. Balliol Colledge Oxford. 1987.)
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2.1.4.; 2.2.3.; Athen/ Persien; 2.2.5.; Ionien/ Achämeniden; 3.2.3.; Heraklit/ Basileia, pers.; Sokratiker/ Basileia, pers.; 3.4. Aischylos; Aischylos/ Persai; 3.4. Euripides; Euripides/ Kyros d.Gr.; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1.; 4.3.5.1.1.; <> D.5.; Bibliographie: 258ff.
[R 53/92]


APh 60, 11847
Higginson, Timothy:
Greek attitudes to Persian kingship down to the time of Xenophon.
Ann Arbor: UMI 1987. pp. 301 (Diss. the Univ. of Oxford 1987.)
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2.1.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Monarchie Perser; 4.1.3.1.; 4.3.5.1.1.; <> D.5.; A.2.d.; DA 50, 1989, 772A.
Abstract: Greeks first became aware of the Persians and their Kings when Cyrus the Great conquered Croesus of Lydia. Nearly two hundred years later Xenophon wrote a largely fictional account of the upbringing and career of Cyrus. The individual studies which make up this thesis do not offer an exhaustive comparison between Greek beliefs and Iranian evidence, but explore different aspects of Greek - mainly Athenian - attitudes to the Achaemenids and their kings during this period. Success in the Persian Wars inspired Greek interest: nearly all the sources which refer to Persia postdate that triumph. They were also influenced by it. Contact with the East was reduced and Greeks were obliged to satisfy their curiosity with memories of the Wars and ideas formed from their own, parochial experiences - the conflict which put an end to Persian ambition was also the beginning of Athens' own empire. The two themes which unite these studies are that ideas about foreigners provide an insight into those at home; and stories of the past serve as a commentary on the present. The seven chapters are arranged chronologically. Chapter I reviews the 6th and 5th century Iranian evidence of the character of Persian kingship. Chapter 2 reassesses the Persians' role in Ionia before the Wars, and suggests that Heraclitus' philosophy betrays an awareness of the Persian political system. Chapter 3 analyses Aeschylus' Persae, written in celebration of the Wars, and reconsiders the theory that the Persian King had a more enduring impact on Greek tragedy. Chapter 4 considers Herodotus' portrayal of the Achaemenid Kings', and Chapter 5 suggests that his account of Cyrus influenced Euripides. Chapter 6 looks at attitudes to Persia in the second half of the 5th century. Chapter 7 examines the ideas of the Socratic circle, Plato, Isocrates, Xenophon and Ctesias to Persian kingship. (Index to Theses 37-6509)


Masaracchia, Emanuela:
"La Ciropedia di Senofonte e l'ideologia imperiale persiana."
QUCC 54 (1996) 163-194.


R dp 500
Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen
The Fifth Oriental Monarchy and Hellenocentrism. Cyropaedia VIII viii and its influence.
Aus: Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen; Kuhrt, Amélie (Hg.): The Greek Sources: proceedings of the Groningen 1984 Achaemenid history workshop., Leiden 1987. pp. 117-131 (Achaemenid history. 2.)
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1.; Orientalismus; Rawlinson, H./ Fifth Oriental Monarchy (1871); Cook, J.M./ Persian Empire (1983); 1.1.; 2.1.4.; Achämeniden/ Dekadenz; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 8,8; Xenophon/ Nachwirkung; 4.1.3.1.; Hellenozentrismus; 4.1.4.1.; 4.3.5.1.; 4.6.2.; Xen. Cyr. 8,8 [120ff]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,01 [121]; Xen. Cyr. 1,2,1, [121]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,02-3 [122]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,04 [123]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,06-7 [124]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,08-14 [124]; Xen. Cyr. 1,2,02-15 [124]; Her. 1,93 [121]; Plat. Leg. 695E [121]; Her. 3,88 [122]; Xen. An. 2,6,1, [122]; Ktesias/ FGH 688 F14,36 [123]; Her. 1,136 [124]; Strabo 15,3,18-20 [124]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,08 [125]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,10 [125]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,15 [126]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,16-19 [126]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,20 [126]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,21-26 [127]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,27 [127]; - A.2.d.; I.; B.1.


C m 350; K7g-020bis
Momigliano, Arnaldo
Hochkulturen im Hellenismus. Die Begegnung der Griechen mit Kelten, Römern, Juden und Perser.
[Alien wisdom. The limits of hellenisation, dt.]
A.d. Engl. Übertr. Von O. Deubner.
München: 1979, 207S. (Beck'sche Schwarze Reihe. BSR 190)
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2.1.4.; 2.1.5.; 2.2.3.; 2.2.4.; 2.2.4.3.; 3.4. Geographica; 3.4. Polybios; 3.4. Poseidonios; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.; Barbaren; Kelten/Bew. d. Griechen; Römer/Bew. d. Griechen; 4.1.4.2.1.; Ethnographie, gr.; 4.1.5.1.; Hellenisierung; Widerstand; 4.1.5.1. Religion, oriental.; 4.5.6.;
K.7.g.bb. Wichtigere Arbeiten über Aspekte der hellenist. Zivilisation in ihrem ganzen Verbreitungsgebiet;
C.1.b.; Xenophon/Perser: hic 156ff.


Schmitt, Rüdiger:
Die iranischen und Iranier-Namen in den Schriften Xenophons.

Wien : Verl. der Österr. Akad. der Wiss., 2002. - 175 S. - (Sitzungsberichte / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse ; 692)


L'Allier, L.:
Le domaine de Scillonte: Xénophon et l'exemple perse.
In: Phoenix. The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada. - Bd. 52 (1998). - S. 1-14.


R dp 500
Briant, Pierre
Institutions Perses et Histoire Comparatiste dans l'Historiographie Grecque.
Aus: Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen; Kuhrt, Amélie (Hg.): The Greek Sources: proceedings of the Groningen 1984 Achaemenid history workshop., Leiden 1987. pp. 1-10 (Achaemenid history. 2.)
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2.1.4.; 3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 8,8; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.; Barbaren; nomoi persikoi; Dekadenz/ Perser; 4.1.4.1.; 4.1.5.; 4.3.5.1.; Xen. An. 2,4,13 [2]; Xen. An. 2,3,15 [2]; Plat. Alc. 122-123ab [2]; Her. 1,193 [2]; Thuc. 2,97,3-4 [2]; Arr. An. 4,13,1 [3]; Ath. 13,557bc [3]; Her. 6,59 [3]; Arr. An. 5,4,5, [4]; Arr. An. 2,7,8-9 [4]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8 [4]; Ael. VH 10,14 [4]; Arr. Ind. 10,8-9 [4]; Her. 1,136 [8]; Strabo 15,3,18 [8]; Arr. An. 5,4,5 [8]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8, 13.15. [8]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,06.12 [8]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,07 [9]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,21 [9]; Xen. Cyr. 8,8,09.11.16 [9]; Xen. Lak.pol. 14 [9]; - B.1.; A.2.d.


R dp 500
Herrenschmidt, Clarisse
Notes sur la Parenté chez les Perses au Début de l'Empire Achemenide.
Aus: Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen; Kuhrt, Amélie (Hg.): The Greek Sources: proceedings of the Groningen 1984 Achaemenid history workshop., Leiden 1987. pp. 53-67 (Achaemenid history. 2.)
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2.1.4.; Achämeniden/ Eheschließungen; 3.2.2.; Xenophon/ Cyr. 7,5,18-19; 3.4. Herodot; 4.1.4.4.; Ehe/ Verwandtenehe; 4.4.1.; Geschwisterehe/ Achämeniden; 5.2.2.1.; Kyros d.Gr./ Ehe; Otanes/ RE 1; Dareios d.Gr./ Ehen; Eherecht/ Achämeniden; Her. 3,02; Her. 3,68; Her. 2,2; Her. 3,68; Her. 7,5 [54]; Her. 6,43 [54]; Her. 7,5 [54]; Her. 7,82 [54]; Her. 9,108-113 [54]; Her. 2,1 [55]; Her. 3,2 [55]; Her. 3,88 [55]; Her. 7,224 [55]; Her. 9,108-111 [56]; Her. 3,31 [56f]; Her. 7,2 [57]; Herodot/ Eheschließung, achämenid.; Ktesias/ Phot. 36a [63]; Her. 3,84 [65]; Her. 3,88 [66]; Her. 7,11 [66]; - D.4.; B.1.;


Pontier, Pierre:
Artaxerx�s II et les noms du Roi chez X�nophon
Aus Sammelband: La repr�sentation n�gative de l' autre dans l' antiquit�. Hostilit�, r�probation, d�pr�cation.
Sous la dir. d' Anne Queyrel Bottineau. (Collection histoires). Dijon: �d. Univ. de Dijon. 2014.
pp. 253-268



Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• Plato, Xenophon and Persia, C. J. Tuplin



Christopher J. Tuplin, “The Persian Empire,” in Robin Lane Fox, ed., The Long March: Xenophon and the Ten Thousand, New Haven and London, 2004, pp. 154-83.



Corcella, A. 2007. “Immagini dei Persiani. Appunti su Peter Julius Junge.” In Con gli occhi degli antichi. Filologia e politica nelle stagioni della cultura europea, Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi, Palermo-Agrigento, 27–29 settembre 2006, ed. G. Nuzzo, 243–278. Palermo.



Corcella, A. 2010. “Pane, crescione e sale. La dieta dei Persiani tra Senofonte e Girolamo.” Quaderni di storia 72:31–88.



Perserkriege


Zali, Vasiliki:
Herodotus and His Successors: The Rhetoric of the Persian Wars in Thucydides and Xenophon.
Aus: Brill's companion to the reception of Herodotus in antiquity and beyond. Ed. by Jessica Priestley and Vasiliki Zali. (Brill's companions to classical reception. 6.). Leiden & Boston: 2016. pp. 34-58



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Reviewed by Lorenzo Miletti, University of Naples Federico II (lorenzo.miletti@unina.it)

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Auszug: „Vasiliki Zali analyses in particular the way Thucydides and Xenophon (above all in the Hellenica) deal with a ‘typical’ Herodotean subject such as the Persian Wars, concluding that both writers, independent of any influences from other sources on the same topics, clearly rely on Herodotus’ account in handling the Greek victory as a delicate problem which can be used as an argument in the political debate between the main Greek cities, a problem involving both moral and political issues.“


philanthropia


Norman B. Sandridge, Loving Humanity, Learning, and Being Honored: The Foundations of Leadership in Xenophon's Education of Cyrus.
Hellenic studies, 55
.  
Washington, DC:  Center for Hellenic Studies, Trustees for Harvard University, 2012.  
Pp. v, 139.  ISBN 9780674067028.
Reviewed by Vivienne J. Gray, University of Auckland (v.gray@auckland.ac.nz)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2013.05.41 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2013/2013-05-41.html

Norman B. Sandridge has written a delightful book, short and clear, on the theme of the leadership of Cyrus in Xenophon’s Cyropaedia. The qualities in the title (translations of philanthropia, philomatheia, philotimia), are taken from Xenophon’s own description of Cyrus early in the work (1.2.1). Sandridge sets out to establish that these three qualities are the comprehensive foundation of Xenophon’s description of Cyrus’ leadership – though he makes judicious qualifications to this thesis throughout.



philia



Philia et dikè : aspects du lien social et politique en Grèce ancienne

Michel Crubellier, Annick Jaulin, Pierre Pellegrin (edd.)

Classiques Garnier , Paris 2018, pp. 537.
collection Kaïnon, anthropologie de la pensée ancienne, n° 10. Symposia, n° 1 , (juin 2018)

Résumé: „Ensemble de contributions analysant la notion de philia (camaraderie) et démontrant notamment son insuffisance dans l'établissement de l'ordre civique, sans l'appui de la dikè (justice). Les études interrogent la pensée grecque ancienne, d'Hérodote à Xénophon, de présocratiques à Platon et Aristote.“ ©Electre 2019

GBD-Deskriptor

Freundschaft, amicitia; Griechische Sozialgeschichte

Thema (Schlagwort)

Griechenland; Freundschaft; Recht; Zwischenmenschliche Beziehung; Politik

Pages 101 à 121: Xénophon et la redéfinition de la philia / Azoulay (Vincent)



Philosophie


Burkhard Meißner:

Rezension zu: Müller-Goldingen, Christian: Xenophon. Philosophie und Geschichte. Darmstadt 2007,
in: H-Soz-u-Kult, 28.04.2008,
http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/rezensionen/2008-2-073.





Titel: Sokrates bei Xenophon : Moral - Politik - Religion / Olga Chernyakhovskaya
Autor:Chernyakhovskaya, Olga Erschienen:Tübingen : Narr, 2014 Umfang:XI, 279 S. ; 22 cm Serie:Classica Monacensia ; 49 Hochschulschrift:Zugl. überarb. Fassung von: Barmberg, Univ., Diss., 2011 ISBN: 978-3-8233-6863-2 ; 3-8233-6863-X

Olga Chernyakhovskaya, Sokrates bei Xenophon: Moral - Politik - Religion. Classica Monacensia, Bd 49.
Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 2014. Pp. xii, 279. ISBN 9783823368632. �58.00 (pb).
Reviewed by Rainer Nickel, Waldeck (nickel.r@kabelmail.de)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2014.07.39 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2014/2014-07-39.html
"Olga Chernyakhovskaya legte eine gedankenreiche, fundierte, anregende und gut lesbare Darstellung des Xenophontischen Sokrates vor, mit der sie zugleich- und darin besteht der besondere Wert der Arbeit - ein facettenreiches Bild des Autors selbst zeichnete. Die Arbeit ist durch eine gute Gliederung so überschaubar, dass ein Register der zentralen Begriffe und der erwähnten antiken Autoren neben der Auflistung der diskutierten Xenophon-Stellen nicht erforderlich erscheint. Da bereits Karl Jo�l (1893/1901) einen „Xenophontischen“ von einem �echten� Sokrates unterschied und Hans Rudolf Breitenbach in seinem großen RE-Artikel (RE 9, A 2 [1967], 1569-2052) Jo�ls methodischen Ansatz für ma�gebend erkl�rte, h�tte eine etwas ausf�hrlichere forschungsgeschichtliche Anmerkung zu Jo�ls Argumentation die Studie vielleicht noch ein wenig bereichert, ohne Antisthenes zu viel Ehre zu erweisen und das Xenophontische durch allzu viel Antisthenisches zu verw�ssern. Es w�rde sich lohnen, das von Chernyakhovskaya so erfolgreich angewandte Verfahren auch f�r die Interpretation anderer Schriften Xenophons wie zum Beispiel der Kyrupädie oder des Hieron zu nutzen und das spezifisch Xenophontische an Xenophons Bild des Kyros oder des Simonides herauszuarbeiten. "


Platon


APh 59, 6252
Morrison, Donald:
On Prof. Vlastos'Xenophon.
AncPhil 7, 1987, 9-22
------------------------------------
2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3.; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Sokrates; Vlastos, G.; \ Im Grunde kein Widerspruch zwischen Platon & Xenophon über Sokrates; / 5


Reichel, Michael:
Eine übersehene Reaktion auf Platons Dichterkritik: Xenophon, Kyrupädie 2,2.
In: Beiträge zur antiken Philosophie. Festschrift für Wolfgang Kullmann. Hrsg. von Hans-Christian Günther und Antonios Rengakos. Mit einer Einleitung von Ernst Vogt. Stuttgart: Steiner. - 1997. - S. 103-112.


Due, Bodil:
Plato and Xenophon: two contributions to the constitutional debate in the 4th century BC.
In: Essays on Plato's Republic. Erik Nis Ostenfeld (Ed.). Aarhus: Aarhus UP. (Aarhus studies in mediterranean antiquity (AS-MA). 2.). - 1998. - S. 42-52.


APh 17, p. 110; ZZ 62/135
Daux, G.:
Sur quelques passages du Banquet de Platon.
REG , 1942, 236-271
------------------------------------
3.2.3.; 3.4. Aristophanes; Sokrates/ Aristophanes; Platon/ Aristophanes; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Symposion; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symp., Platon; Xenophon/ Symp. 8,34-35; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 2,12-14; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /


ZZ 64/163; APh 46, p. 363
Rossetti, L.:
Trace di un lógos Sôkratikós alternativo al Critone e al Fedone platonici.
A&R 20, 1975, 34-43
------------------------------------
3.2.1. s.v.; Sokrates; Diogenes Laertios; Aischines von Euklides (?); 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Apologie; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Kriton; Platon/ Phaidon; \ D.2.; A.2.d. /



Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• Acknowledgements
• Abbreviations
• Notes on Contributors
• Introduction to the Comparative Study of Plato and Xenophon, Gabriel Danzig
• Introduction to This Volume, David Johnson
Part 1 Methods
• Comparative Exegesis and the Socratic Problem, Louis-André Dorion
• Xenophon’s Intertextual Socrates, David Johnson
• Division and Collection: A New Paradigm for the Relationship between Plato and Xenophon, William H. F. Altman
• Xenophon and the Socratics, James Redfield
• Xenophon on “Philosophy” and Socrates, Christopher Moore
• Xenophon and the Elenchos: A Formal and Comparative Analysis, Genevieve Lachance
Part 2 Ethics
• Laughter in Plato’s and Xenophon’s Symposia, Katarzyna Jazdzewska
• Socrates’ Physiognomy: Plato and Xenophon in Comparison, Alessandro Stavru
• Xenophon’s Triad of Socratic Virtues and the Poverty of Socrates, Lowell Edmunds
• Pity or Pardon: Responding to Intentional Wrongdoing in Plato, Xenophon, and Aristotle, Roslyn Weiss
• Mechanisms of Pleasure according to Xenophon’s Socrates, Olga Chernyakhovskaya
• Plato, Aristotle and Xenophon on the Ends of Virtue, Gabriel Danzig
• Socrates Erotikos: Mutuality, Role Reversal and Erotic Paideia in Xenophon’s and Plato’s Symposia, Francesca Pentassuglio
• Socratic Economics and the Psychology of Money, T. A. van Berkel
Part 3 From Friendship to Politics
• Xenophon’s Conception of Friendship in Memorabilia 2.6 (with Reference to Plato’s Lysis), Melina Tamiolaki
• Socrates’ Attitude towards Politics in Xenophon and Plato, Fiorenza Bevilacqua
• Plato and Xenophon on the Different Reasons that Socrates Always Obeys the Law, Louis-André Dorion
• Plato’s Statesman and Xenophon’s Cyrus, Carol Atack
Part 4 History
• Sparta in Xenophon and Plato, Noreen Humble
• Plato, Xenophon and Persia, C. J. Tuplin
• The Enemies of Hunting in Xenophon’s Cynegeticus, David Thomas
Index of Passages
General Index


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Reviewed by Vincent Renzi, New York University (vrr1@nyu.edu)

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Polis

Nielsen, Thomas Heine:
Xenophon's use of the word Polis in the Anabasis.
In: Further studies in the ancient Greek Polis. Pernille Flensted-Jensen (Ed.). Stuttgart: Steiner. (Historia. Einzelschriften. 138.). - 2000. - S. 133-139.


Placido, D.:
"Economia y sociedad. Polis y Basilea. Los fundamentos de la reflexion historiografica de Jenofonte."
Habis 20 (1989) 135-154 .




Poliswirtschaft


gsd 512/m97
Runciman, W.G.
Doomed to Extinction: The `Polis' as an evolutionary dead-end.
Aus: Murray, Oswyn; Price, Simon (Hg.): The Greek City. From Homer to Alexander., Oxford 1990. pp. 347-367
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Stadtgeschichte, gr.; Polis/ Konzeption, gr.; 2.2.3.; Polis/ Versagen der; Polis/ Untergang der; Rom, Republik/ Polis, gr./ Vergleich [p.357]; Venedig, Republik/ Polis, gr./ Vergleich [p.358]; Polis/ Produktionsbedingungen [p.351]; Xenophon/ Poliswirtschaft [p.351]; 4.2.2.; 4.6.2.1.; Polis/ Demilitarisierung [p.353]; 4.3.2.; Polis/ Verfassung/ Entwicklungsstillstand [p.354]; Korinth/ Reichsbildung? [p.362]; - C.1.a.




Politik


T bgrx 16-800
Luccioni, Jean:
Les Idées politiques et sociales de Xénophon.
[Paris]: Ophrys [1945]. pp. 312
--------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; <> A.2.d. 0449; D.5.


APh 19, p. 106; ZZ 62/135
Delebecque:
rec.: Luccioni, J., Les idées politiques et sociales de Xénophon. Paris 1947 (Thèse princ. Fac. des Lettres Paris.).
REG , 1948, 318-320
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Ideen; Luccioni, J./ Idées Politiques Sociales Xénophon; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /


Bruell, Christopher:
Xenophons politische Philosophie. Erweiterte Fassung eines Vortrages, gehalten in der Carl-Friedrich-von-Siemens-Stiftung am 11. Juli 1988.

München, 1990. - 70 S.: Ill. - (Carl-Friedrich-von-Siemens-Stiftung: Themen; 48).




Polykrates Sophistes

Zs 347; APh 46, p. 363
Rossetti, L.:
Due momenti della polemica fra Policrate e i socratici all'inizio del IV sec. a.C.
RCCM 16, 1974, 289-299
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Sokrates; 3.2.3. s.v.; Polykrates/ Katêgoría Sôkrátous; Sokrates; Antisthenes; 3.4. Libanios; Libanios/ Apol. Socr. 62; Hesiod/ Op. 311; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 1,2,19; Xenophon/ Polykrates Sophistes; \ D.2.; A.2.d.; 398-393 v.Chr.; /



Polypragmosyne


Z 51; APh 20, p. 265
Ehrenberg, Victor:
Polypragmosyne. A Study in Greek Politics.
JHS 67, 1947, 46-67
------------------------------------
2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Aristophanes; 3.4. Aristoteles; 3.4. Demosthenes; 3.4. Isokrates; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Polygpragmosyne; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; polypragmsúnê; Imperialismus/ Polypragmosyne/ Athen; Pothos/ Polypragmosyne; Pleonexia/ Polypragmosyne; \ D.5.; D.3.; A.2.d. /



Prodikos


Nikolaïdoy-Kyrianidou, V.:
Prodicos et Xénophon, ou le choix d'Héraclès entre la tyrannie et la loyauté.
In: Kea - Kythnos: history and archeology. Proceedings of an international symposium Kea - Kythnos, 22 - 25 june 1994. L.G. Mendoni, A.J. Mazarakis Ainian.
Athens: Research Centre for Greek and Roman antiquity, National Hellenic research foundation; Dept. of History, Ionian university. (Meletemata. 27.). - 1998. - S. 81-98.
Xen. Mem. 2,1; Prodikos/ Xenophon;



Raum



Rood, Tim:

Space and Landscape in Xenophon's Anabasis.

Aus: Space, place, and landscape in ancient Greek literature and culture.

Ed. by Kate Gilhuly and Nancy Worman. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 63-93






Reden


APh 49, 5102
Kelly, R.J.:
Studies in the speeches in the first book of Xenophon's Hellenica.
Berkeley: UMI 1977. pp. 223 (Diss. Univ. of Calif. Berkeley 1977.)
--------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1, Reden; 3.2.1. s.v.; Rede; <> A.2.d.; vgl. DA 38, 1978, 4801A.

Kelly, Robert J.:
Studies in the speeches in the first book of Xenophon's "Anabasis". Berkeley, Calif., Univ. of California, Diss., 1977.
Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1982. - V, 217.



Tim Rood, “Panhellenism and Self-Presentation: Xenophon’s Speeches,” in Robin Lane Fox, ed., The Long March: Xenophon and the Ten Thousand, New Haven and London, 2004, pp. 305-29.



APh 58, 5098
Gray, Vivienne J.:
The Herodotean nature of speeches in the Hellenica.
AAPhA , 1987, 75 Summary in
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; Herodot/Nachwirkung; Reden; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren / 3





Reich

Z 37 - 76
Tuplin, Christopher:
The Failings of Empire. A Reading of Xenophon Hellenica 2.3.11-7.5.27.
Stuttgart: Steiner 1993. pp. 264 (Historia: Einzelschriften. 76)
--------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Reich; Xen. Hell. 2,3,11-7,5,27; <> A.2.d.
[1/93]


Ogden, Daniel:
Rez. Tuplin: The Failings of Empire. A Reading of Xenophon Hellenica 2. 3. 11 - 7. 5. 27. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner (1993).
In: The Classical Review (CR / ClRev). Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 44 (1994), Heft 2. - S. 342-343.


Krentz, Peter:
Rez. Christopher Tuplin, The Failings of Empire: A Reading of Xenophon Hellenica 2. 3.11 -7. 5. 27. Historia Einzelschriften, Heft 76. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 1993. Pp. 264. ISBN 3-515-05912-1.
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 1993.06.09 (1993).


Tp C I - 5
Carlier, P.:
L'idée de la monarchie impériale dans la Cyropédie de Xénophon
Ktèma 3, 1978, 133-163
------------------------------------
2.1.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.5.1.1. s.v.; Reich; Reichstaatlichkeit; Xenophon/ Kyrupaedie; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Kyros d.Gr.; \ D.5. 0440 /


Masaracchia, Emanuela:
"La Ciropedia di Senofonte e l'ideologia imperiale persiana."
QUCC 54 (1996) 163-194.


Nadon, Christopher:
Xenophon's prince. Republic and empire in the Cyropaedia.
Berkeley [u.a.] : Univ. of California Press, 2001. - XIII, 198 S. - (The Joan Palevsky imprint in classical literature).


Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2002.06.10

Christopher Nadon, Xenophon's Prince. Republic and Empire in the Cyropaedia.   Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2001.  Pp. xiii, 198.  ISBN 0-520-22404-3.  

Reviewed by John Dillery, University of Virginia (jdd4n@virginia.edu)
Word count: 2133 words

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Dreher, Martin:
Rez. John Wickersham: Hegemony and Greek Historians. Lanham/London: Rowman & Littlefield (1994), X, 195 S.

In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. - Bd. 70 (1998), Heft 1. - S. 51-54.




Reiterei

D And
Anderson, J. K.:
Ancient Greek Horsemanship.
Berkeley: 1961.
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4.1.5.1."Kulturgeschichte, griechisch"; Reiterei, gr.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; Kavallerie, gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hipparchikos; <> G.1.; Klass. Arch.


APh 58, 5092
Anderson, John K.:
Leadership and horsemanship. Xenophon's views on the training of man and beast.
AAPhA , 1987, 73 Summary in
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.4.1.1.; 4.6.2.1. Militärgeschichte; Reiterei; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren / 3




Religion

1297
Walzer, R.:
Sulla religione di Senofonte.
ASNP 5, 1936, 17 sq.
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Religion; 4.5.3.; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren / 2


Sordi, Marta:
Religione e guerra nel pensiero di Senofonte.
In: Il pensiero sulla guerra nel mondo antico. A cura di Marta Sordi. Contributi dell' Istituto di storia antica. Volume ventisettesimo. Vita e Pensiero. Pubblicazioni dell' Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Milano. - 2001. - S. 37-44


246|2545|Tp J I - 4|x|Joël, Karl|Die religiösen Anschauungen.|Berlin|1893|69-170; 547-554|||D.2.; A.2.d.; D.1.|Auszug aus:|3.2.3.; Sokrates/ Religion; daimónion; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Mantik/ Xen.; 4.5.3.; pronoía; epimeleía theôn; Xenophon/ Gottesbezeichnungen; Kultus/ Xen.; Frömmigkeit/ Xen.;|Joël, Karl: Der echte und der xenophontische Sokrates. T. I. A. Die religiösen Anschauungsformen.||



Titel: Sokrates bei Xenophon : Moral - Politik - Religion / Olga Chernyakhovskaya
Autor:Chernyakhovskaya, Olga
Erschienen:Tübingen : Narr, 2014
Umfang:XI, 279 S. ; 22 cm
Serie:Classica Monacensia ; 49
Hochschulschrift:Zugl. überarb. Fassung von: Barmberg, Univ., Diss., 2011
ISBN: 978-3-8233-6863-2 ; 3-8233-6863-X
 


Olga Chernyakhovskaya, Sokrates bei Xenophon: Moral - Politik - Religion. Classica Monacensia, Bd 49.
Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 2014. Pp. xii, 279. ISBN 9783823368632. �58.00 (pb).
Reviewed by Rainer Nickel, Waldeck (nickel.r@kabelmail.de)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2014.07.39 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2014/2014-07-39.html
"Olga Chernyakhovskaya legte eine gedankenreiche, fundierte, anregende und gut lesbare Darstellung des Xenophontischen Sokrates vor, mit der sie zugleich � und darin besteht der besondere Wert der Arbeit � ein facettenreiches Bild des Autors selbst zeichnete. Die Arbeit ist durch eine gute Gliederung so �berschaubar, dass ein Register der zentralen Begriffe und der erw�hnten antiken Autoren neben der Auflistung der diskutierten Xenophon-Stellen nicht erforderlich erscheint. Da bereits Karl Jo�l (1893/1901) einen �Xenophontischen� von einem �echten� Sokrates unterschied und Hans Rudolf Breitenbach in seinem gro�en RE-Artikel (RE 9, A 2 [1967], 1569-2052) Jo�ls methodischen Ansatz f�r ma�gebend erkl�rte, h�tte eine etwas ausf�hrlichere forschungsgeschichtliche Anmerkung zu Jo�ls Argumentation die Studie vielleicht noch ein wenig bereichert, ohne Antisthenes zu viel Ehre zu erweisen und das Xenophontische durch allzu viel Antisthenisches zu verw�ssern. Es w�rde sich lohnen, das von Chernyakhovskaya so erfolgreich angewandte Verfahren auch f�r die Interpretation anderer Schriften Xenophons wie zum Beispiel der Kyrup�die oder des Hieron zu nutzen und das spezifisch Xenophontische an Xenophons Bild des Kyros oder des Simonides herauszuarbeiten. "

B `34, 1628
Zamiara, A.M.:
Prayer in the Cyropaedia.
ClB 10, 1933/34, 50-51
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup., Gebet; Xenophon/ Religion; 4.5.1.; 4.5.3. s.v.; Gebet; \ A.2.d.; D.1. /


B `38, 2161; ZZ 62/325
Rudberg, G.:
Tempel und Altar bei Xenophon.
SyOsl 18, 1938, 1-8
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 3,8,8-10; Xenophon/ Sakralarch.; 4.5.3. s.v.; Tempel/ Xenophon; Altar/ Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; D.1. /




Rhetorik


Xénophon et la rhétorique

(dir.) Pierre Pontier

ISBN : 978-2-84050-924-0

Date de publication : 10/05/2014 / Format : 160 x 240 / Nombre de pages : 380 (Hellenica)

Inhaltsverzeichnis:

Première partie

Deuxième partie

Troisième partie

Quatrième partie

Cinquième partie

Bibliographie – Index général – Index des citations


Inhaltsverzeichnis:

http://bvbr.bib-bvb.de:8991/F?func=service&doc_library=BVB01&local_base=BVB01&doc_number=027421021&line_number=0001&func_code=DB_RECORDS&service_type=MEDIA






Rhetra


B 67/156
Jones, A. H. M.
The Lycurgan Rhetra.
Aus: (Hg.): Ancient Society & Institutions. Studies presented to V. Ehrenberg on his 75th birthday [FS Ehrenberg]., Oxford 1966. pp. 165-176
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2.2.3.1.; 2.2.7.; Lykurg/ Rhetra; Plutarch/ Lyk. 6; Plutarch/ Agis 8,9; Plutarch/ Agis 11; Plutarch/ mor. 801bc; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 15,6 [173 no.31]; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 15,7 [173 no. 30]; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 10 [174 no. 36]; Diodor/ 11,50; Aristoteles/ Pol. 2,11,6,1273a; Aischines/ or. 1,180f; 4.3.2.2.; Rhetra, Große; Ephorat/ Sparta; Volksversammlung/ Sparta; - E.1.




Roman


gri782.70/g76-6
Hofmann, H. (Ed.),
Groningen Colloquia on the Novel. Vol. VI.,
Groningen: Egbert Forsten 1995. 183 S.
---------------- 3.2.1.; 3.3.1.2.; Roman, annntiker/ Sammelband über; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie/ Roman, hellenist.; Achilles Tatios; 3.4. Petron; Petron/ Satyrikon; Petron/ Religion; superstitio/ Petron; 3.4. Apuleius; 3.4. Tertullian; 5.8.; revelare; curiositas; Apuleius/ Apologia; Alexanderroman/ Monumente; -- D.3.; (Index: 171ff.)


APh 60, 5860; Zs 225
Zimmermann, Bernd:
Roman und Enkomion. Xenophons "Erziehung des Kyros".
WJA 15, 1989, 97-105
------------------------------------
3.2.2. s.v.; Roman/ Xen. cyrup.; 3.2.4. s.v.; Enkomion/ Xen. cyrup.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; \ A.2.d.; D.3. /


Sardis, Schlacht bei


ZZ 71/271
Nellen, Dieter:
Zur Darstellung der Schlacht bei Sardes in den Quellen.
AncSoc 3, 1972, 45-
------------------------------------
2.1.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 3.2.2.; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ 14,80,2-4; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Hell. 3,4,21-25; Xen. Ages. 1,29ff; 3.4. Pausanias; Paus. 3,9,6; 3.4. Plutarch; Plut. Ages. 10,1-4; 3.4. Nepos; Nep. Ages. 3,4f; 4.6.1.2.1.; Schlacht/ Sardes; 5.2.2.1.; Agesilaos/ RE 2; 5.5.3.2.1.; Hell. Oxy. 6,4-6; Xen. Hell. 3,4,22f [p.49]; Xen. Hell. 4,5,3 [p.49]; Xen. Hell. 5,4,50f [p.50]; Xen. Hell. 4,3,19 [p.50]; Xen. Hell. 3,4,21 [p.51]; D.Sic. 14,80,2 [p.51]; Xen. Hell. 3,4,24 [p.52]; Hell. Oxy. 6,6 [p.53]; \ G.3.; A.2.d.; 395 v.Chr.; Unterschiedl Darst. Folge der Agesialos-Verherrlichung Xen.'s. /


4` ZZ 80/191; APh 46, p. 649
Anderson, J.K.:
The battle of Sardis in 395 B.C.
CSCA 7, 1974, 27-53
------------------------------------
2.1.4. Perserreich; Sardis; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 3.4. Diodor; 3.2.1. s.v.; Hellenica Oxyrhynchia; 4.6.1.2.2. s.v.; Schlacht/ Sardes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos II. von Sparta; \ G.3.; A.2.d. / 2


Z 58
Wylie, Graham J.:
Agesilaus and the Battle of Sardis.
In: Klio. Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte. (Berlin: Akademie Verlag). - Bd. 74 (1992). - S. 118-130.
Abstract: Rival accounts of the victory won by the Spartan king Agesilaus over the Persians in 395 B.C. near Sardis and of foregoing and subsequent events, due respectively to Xenophon, Diodorus Siculus, and the Oxyrhynchus historian, are examined and compared. That of Xenophon, which is irreconcilable with the others in some respects, is considered the most credible, especially as it is probably based on first-hand testimony; nor is it likely to have been distorted by his partiality for Agesilaus. Some fundamental problems still in dispute are discussed. Despite his successes, Agesilaus' war policy in Asia seems to have been somewhat nebulous and opportunist, with little evidence of a coherent plan.


Schlachtenschilderungen

APh 57, 5190
Tuplin, C. J.
Military engagements in Xenophon's Hellenica.
Aus: Moxon, I.S.; Smart, J.D.; Woodman, A.J. (Hg.): Past perspectives. Studies in Greek & Roman historical writing., Cambridge 1986. pp. 37-66
-------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Schlachtenschilderung; - A.2.d.; APh 57, 5520. Sehr glaubwürdig!


Lendon, J.E.:
The Rhetoric of Combat: Greek Theory and Roman Culture in Julius Caesar's Battle Descriptions.
In: Classical Antiquity. (University of California Press). - Bd. 18 (1999), Heft 2. - S. 273-329.
Abstract: Descriptions of battles in ancient authors are not mirrors of reality, however dim and badly cracked, but are a form of literary production in which the real events depicted are filtered through the literary, intellectual, and cultural assumptions of the author. By comparing the battle descriptions of Julius Caesar to those of Xenophon and Polybius this paper attempts to place those battle descriptions in their intellectual and cultural context. Here Caesar appears as a military intellectual engaged in controversies with experts in the Greek tradition of military theory - rejecting materialist strains of Greek thinking - and also as a Roman soldier whose military experience and cultural conceptions about how battles work could not be fully accomodated by Greek models. Caesar adapts from the Greeks an intellectual model of tactics based on physical metaphors, but adjusts Greek theory to Roman experience: Caesar's tactical physics ramifies from the crash - from the Greeks a simplifying model of military psychology, adjusting a Greek binary steadiness in combat. Greek military thinking downplayed the role in battle of innate differences in courage between armies or nations, concentrating instead on tactics and stratagems; Roman culture encouraged Caesar to reject this dismissive view and elaborate a detailed understanding of the role of courage - virtus - in the mechanics of battle. The prominence of virtus in Caesar's battle descriptions illustrates its survival as an important Roman cultural norm and tempts speculation as to its historical consequences. Attempts to reconstruct ancient battles must take into account the cultural and intellectual traditions which guide ancient battle descriptions.


Scholien

Gudeman, Alfred:
Scholien. Die ersten Anfänge philologischer Kritik und Hermeneutik reichen bis in den Ausgang des 6. Jhdts. hinauf. Griechische Scholien. Homer. 1. Ilias. 2. Odyssee. 3. Batrachomyomachia. Hesiodos. Alkman. Pindaros. Aischylos. Sophokles. Euripides. Aristophanes. Die Scholien der attischen Prosaiker. 1. Thukydides. 2. Platon. 3. Xenophon. 4. Isokrates. 5. Aischines. 6. Demosthenes. 7. Aristoteles.
In: RE. Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Zweite Reihe. Dritter Halbband. (Bd. II A, 1). - 1921. - Sp. 625-705.


Sklaverei

Plácido Suárez, Domingo:
La dépendance dans l' Économique de Xénophon.
Besançon : Presses Univ. Franc-Comtoises, 2001. - 140 S. : graph. Darst. - (Index thématique des références à l'esclavage et à la dépendance ; 8 : Esclaves et affranchis en Grèce).


E w 70
Welskopf, Elisabeth Charlotte
Probleme der Sklaverei in der Krisenperiode Athens: II. Gedanken und politische Entscheidungen der Zeitgenossen der Krisenperiode Athens über Charakter und Entwicklung der Sklaverei.
Aus: Welskopf, Elisabeth Charlotte (Hg.): Hellenische Poleis. Krise - Wandlung - Wirkung. Bd. I, Darmstadt 1974. pp. 47-85
-------------------------------------
2.2.3. 750-338; 2.2.3.3. 478-432; 2.2.3.4. 431-404; 2.2.3.5. 404-338; 3.2.1. Dichtung, gr.; 3.2.3. Philosophie, gr.; 3.4. Aristophanes; 3.4. Aristoteles; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.1.6.1. Sklaven, gr.; 4.1.3.1. Selbstverständnis, gr.; 4.6.1.2.1. Kriegführung, gr.; Kriegsgefangenschaft; - C.1.a.

Sklaverei

 

Long, Anthony Arthur:

Slavery as a Philosophical Metaphor in Plato and Xenophon.

Aus Sammelband:
Presocratics and Plato: Festschrift at Delphi in Honor of Charles Kahn. Papers presented at the Festschrift Symposium in Honor of Charles Kahn Organized by the HYELE Institute for Comparative Studies, European Cultural Center of Delphi, June 3rd - 7th, 2009, Delphi, Greece. Ed. by Richard Patterson, Vassilis Karasmanis and Arnold Hermann. Las Vegas / Zürich / Athens: Parmenides Publishing. 2012. pp. 351-365

 

 

 


Skyllous

L'Allier, L.:
Le domaine de Scillonte: Xénophon et l'exemple perse.
In: Phoenix. The Journal of the Classical Association of Canada. - Bd. 52 (1998). - S. 1-14.


C. Ruggeri, Senofonte a Scillunte, Athenaeum 92, 2004, 451-466.



Söldner


STOLL, OLIVER: Gemeinschaft in der Fremde: Xenophons „Anabasis“ als Quelle zum Söldnertum im Klassischen Griechenland?

Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft 5 (2002) 123-183

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/281304878_Gemeinschaft_in_der_Fremde_Xenophons_%27Anabasis%27_als_Quelle_zum_Soldnertum_im_klassischen_Griechenland





Bonner, Robert Johnson

The Name "Ten Thousand"

CPh (Classical philology), 5, Heft 1, 1910, pp. 97-99

Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; Xenophontis Anabasis; Zehntausend; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Söldner



Sokrates

ZZ 50/188-2
Rudberg, Gunnar:
Sokrates bei Xenophon.
Uppsala: Lundequist 1939. pp. 60 (Uppsala Universitets Arsskrift 1939:2.)
--------------------------------------
3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Sokrates; Xenophon/ Sokratika; <> D.2.; A.2.d.; rec.: Van Johnson, CW 34, 1940-41, 161. APh 17, p. 135. UB.


Masters, Jamie:
Rez. V. J. Gray: The Framing of Socrates: The Literary Interpretation of Xenophon's Memorabilia. (Hermes Einzelschriften 79). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag (1998). Pp. 202.
In: The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS / JHSt). (Published by the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies). - Bd. 120 (2000). - S. 162-163.



Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• Acknowledgements
• Abbreviations
• Notes on Contributors
• Introduction to the Comparative Study of Plato and Xenophon, Gabriel Danzig
• Introduction to This Volume, David Johnson
Part 1 Methods
• Comparative Exegesis and the Socratic Problem, Louis-André Dorion
• Xenophon’s Intertextual Socrates, David Johnson
• Division and Collection: A New Paradigm for the Relationship between Plato and Xenophon, William H. F. Altman
• Xenophon and the Socratics, James Redfield
• Xenophon on “Philosophy” and Socrates, Christopher Moore
• Xenophon and the Elenchos: A Formal and Comparative Analysis, Genevieve Lachance
Part 2 Ethics
• Laughter in Plato’s and Xenophon’s Symposia, Katarzyna Jazdzewska
• Socrates’ Physiognomy: Plato and Xenophon in Comparison, Alessandro Stavru
• Xenophon’s Triad of Socratic Virtues and the Poverty of Socrates, Lowell Edmunds
• Pity or Pardon: Responding to Intentional Wrongdoing in Plato, Xenophon, and Aristotle, Roslyn Weiss
• Mechanisms of Pleasure according to Xenophon’s Socrates, Olga Chernyakhovskaya
• Plato, Aristotle and Xenophon on the Ends of Virtue, Gabriel Danzig
• Socrates Erotikos: Mutuality, Role Reversal and Erotic Paideia in Xenophon’s and Plato’s Symposia, Francesca Pentassuglio
• Socratic Economics and the Psychology of Money, T. A. van Berkel
Part 3 From Friendship to Politics
• Xenophon’s Conception of Friendship in Memorabilia 2.6 (with Reference to Plato’s Lysis), Melina Tamiolaki
• Socrates’ Attitude towards Politics in Xenophon and Plato, Fiorenza Bevilacqua
• Plato and Xenophon on the Different Reasons that Socrates Always Obeys the Law, Louis-André Dorion
• Plato’s Statesman and Xenophon’s Cyrus, Carol Atack
Part 4 History
• Sparta in Xenophon and Plato, Noreen Humble
• Plato, Xenophon and Persia, C. J. Tuplin
• The Enemies of Hunting in Xenophon’s Cynegeticus, David Thomas
Index of Passages
General Index


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Gr X 16 9721; APh 46, p. 364
Strauss. L.:
Xenophon's Socrates.
Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell UP 1972. pp. 181
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Sokrates; <> A.2.d.; D.2.; rec.: CR 25, 1975, 143 Gulley; rec.: ACR 3, 1973, 55 Benjamin. Klass. Phil.


APh 59, 6252
Morrison, Donald:
On Prof. Vlastos'Xenophon.
AncPhil 7, 1987, 9-22
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3.; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Sokrates; Vlastos, G.; \ Im Grunde kein Widerspruch zwischen Platon & Xenophon über Sokrates; /


Tp B II - 12
Bruell, Christopher:
Xenophon and his Socrates.
Interpretation 16, 1988-1989, 295-306
------------------------------------
3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Xenophon/ Sokrates; \ A.2.d.; D.2.; F.; APh 60, 5839. / (3)


UB Marburg/ XIV C 36 udh
Joël, Karl:
Der echte und der xenophontische Sokrates. T. 1. 2,1. 2,2.
Berlin: R. Gaertners Verlagsbunchhandlung 1893-1901. pp. XII, 553; XXV, 1145
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3.2.3.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; Antisthenes/ Nachwirkung; Kynismus; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Sokrates; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Xenophon/ Kynismus; 4.3.5.1.1.; <> D.2.; A.2.d.; UB Marburg.


246|2545|Tp J I - 4|x|Joël, Karl|Die religiösen Anschauungen.|Berlin|1893|69-170; 547-554|||D.2.; A.2.d.; D.1.|Auszug aus:|3.2.3.; Sokrates/ Religion; daimónion; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Mantik/ Xen.; 4.5.3.; pronoía; epimeleía theôn; Xenophon/ Gottesbezeichnungen; Kultus/ Xen.; Frömmigkeit/ Xen.;|Joël, Karl: Der echte und der xenophontische Sokrates. T. I. A. Die religiösen Anschauungsformen.||


Patzer, Andreas:
Der Xenophontische Sokrates als Dialektiker.
In: Der fragende Sokrates. Karl Pestalozzi (Hrsg.). Stuttgart/Leipzig: Teubner. (Colloquia Raurica. 6.). - 1999. - S. 50-76.



Titel: Sokrates bei Xenophon : Moral - Politik - Religion / Olga Chernyakhovskaya
Autor:Chernyakhovskaya, Olga
Erschienen:Tübingen : Narr, 2014
Umfang:XI, 279 S. ; 22 cm
Serie:Classica Monacensia ; 49
Hochschulschrift:Zugl. überarb. Fassung von: Barmberg, Univ., Diss., 2011
ISBN: 978-3-8233-6863-2 ; 3-8233-6863-X



Olga Chernyakhovskaya, Sokrates bei Xenophon: Moral - Politik - Religion. Classica Monacensia, Bd 49.   

Tübingen:  Gunter Narr Verlag, 2014.  Pp. xii, 279.  ISBN 9783823368632.  �58.00 (pb).

Reviewed by Rainer Nickel, Waldeck (nickel.r@kabelmail.de)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2014.07.39 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2014/2014-07-39.html

"Olga Chernyakhovskaya legte eine gedankenreiche, fundierte, anregende und gut lesbare Darstellung des Xenophontischen Sokrates vor, mit der sie zugleich � und darin besteht der besondere Wert der Arbeit � ein facettenreiches Bild des Autors selbst zeichnete. Die Arbeit ist durch eine gute Gliederung so �berschaubar, dass ein Register der zentralen Begriffe und der erw�hnten antiken Autoren neben der Auflistung der diskutierten Xenophon-Stellen nicht erforderlich erscheint. Da bereits Karl Jo�l (1893/1901) einen �Xenophontischen� von einem �echten� Sokrates unterschied und Hans Rudolf Breitenbach in seinem gro�en RE-Artikel (RE 9, A 2 [1967], 1569-2052) Jo�ls methodischen Ansatz f�r ma�gebend erkl�rte, h�tte eine etwas ausf�hrlichere forschungsgeschichtliche Anmerkung zu Jo�ls Argumentation die Studie vielleicht noch ein wenig bereichert, ohne Antisthenes zu viel Ehre zu erweisen und das Xenophontische durch allzu viel Antisthenisches zu verwässern. Es würde sich lohnen, das von Chernyakhovskaya so erfolgreich angewandte Verfahren auch für die Interpretation anderer Schriften Xenophons wie zum Beispiel der Kyrup�die oder des Hieron zu nutzen und das spezifisch Xenophontische an Xenophons Bild des Kyros oder des Simonides herauszuarbeiten. "
 









 

ZZ 63/351; APh 47, 3722
Rossetti, L.:
Alla ricerca dei logoi Sokratikoi perduti.
RSC 22, 1974, 424-438
------------------------------------
2.2.3.4.; 3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates; logos Sokratikos; Antisthenes/ Sokratikos logos; Platon/ Symp. 175AB; Platon/ Symp. 220CD; Plutarch/ De cohib. ira 4,455A; Diodor/ 14,5; Xenophon/ Theramenes; Sokrates/ Theramenes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Theramenes; \ D.3.; F.; 404 v.Chr.; / 2



Stavru, Alessandro; Moore, Christopher

Socrates and the Socratic dialogue / edited by Alessandro Stavru, Christopher Moore

Leiden; Boston 2018. (Verlag: Brill). pp. viii, 931; 25 cm.

This book assembles the most complete range of studies on Socrates and the socratic dialogue. It focuses on portrayals of Socrates, whether as historical figure or protagonist of "Socratic dialogues" , in extant and fragmentary texts from Classical Athens through Late Antiquity. Special attention is paid to the evolving power and texture of the Socratic icon as it adopted old and new uses in philosophy, biography, oratory, and literature. Chapters in this volume focus on old comedy, sophistry, the first-generation socratics including Plato and Xenophon, Aristotle and Aristoxenus, Epicurus and Stoicism, Cicero and Persius, Plutarch, Apuleius and Maximus, Diogenes Laertius, Libanius, Themistius, Julian, and Proclus.

Contents: Socrates and the Socratic Dialogue: An Overview from the First-Generation Socratics to Neoplatonism By: Christopher Moore and Alessandro Stavru; Part 1 - Around Socrates. A Sage on the Stage: Socrates and Athenian Old Comedy By: Jacques A. Bromberg; Aristophanes' Iconic Socrates By: Andrea Capra; Protagorean Socrates, Socratic Protagoras: A Narrative Strategy from Aristophanes to Plato By: Michele Corradi; Isocrates as a Reader of Socratic Dialogues By: David J. Murphy; The Origins of the Socratic Dialogue: Plato, Xenophon, and the Others By: James M. Redfield; Part 2 - The immediate Socratic circle. On the Dialectical Character of Antisthenes' Speeches Ajax and Odysseus By: Vladislav Suvák; Socratism and Eleaticism in Euclides of Megara By: Aldo Brancacci; Aristippus on Freedom, Autonomy, and the Pleasurable Life By: Kristian Urstad; Shock, Erotics, Plagiarism, and Fraud: Aspects of Aeschines of Sphettus' Philosophy By: Claudia Mársico; Phaedo of Elis: The Biography, Zopyrus, and His Intellectual Profile By: Danilo Di Lanzo; Part 3 - Plato. Plato and the Socratics By: Luc Brisson; Philosopher Socrates? Philosophy at the Time of Socrates and the Reformed Philosophia of Plato By: Livio Rossetti; A Literary Challenge: How to Represent Socrates' Daimonion By: Stefano Jedrkiewicz; The Logical Structure of Socrates' Expert-Analogies By: Petter Sandstad; Crying for Help: Socrates as Silenus in the Euthydemus By: Michael Erler; Socrates and Natural Philosophy: The Testimony of Plato's Phaedo By: Jörn Müller; Bios Praktikos and Bios Theôrêtikos in Plato's Gorgias By: Ivan Jordovic; The Socratic Dubia By: Harold Tarrant; Notes on Lovers By: Sandra Peterson; Part 4 - Xenophon. How to Defend the Defense of Socrates? From the Apology to Memorabilia Book 1 By: Pierre Pontier; Nature, Culture and the Rule of the Good in Xenophon's Socratic Theory of Friendship: Memorabilia Book 2 By: Gabriel Danzig; From Generals to Gluttony: Memorabilia Book 3 By: David M. Johnson; Xenophon's Socratic Education in Memorabilia Book 4 By: Christopher Moore; Fundamental Parallels between Socrates' and Ischomachus' Positions in the Oeconomicus By: Louis-André Dorion; Aphroditê and Philophrosynê: Xenophon's Symposium between Athenian and Spartan Paradigms By: Maria Consiglia Alvino; Xenophon's Hiero: Hiding Socrates to Reform Tyranny By: Federico Zuolo; Xenophon's Philosophical Approach to Writing: Socratic Elements in the Non-Socratic Works By: Noreen Humble; Part 5 - Later reception. Aristotle on Socrates By: Nicholas D. Smith; Aristoxenus on Socrates By: Alessandro Stavru; Socratic Protreptic and Epicurus: Healing through Philosophy By: Jan Erik Heßler; From Competitor to Hero: The Stoics on Socrates By: Robert Bees; Cicero and the Socratic Dialogue: Between Frankness and Friendship (Off. 1. 132–137) By: François Renaud; Socrates and Alcibiades as "Satiric Heroes": The Socrates of Persius By: Diego De Brasi; Plutarch's Reception of Socrates By: Geert Roskam; "A Man of Outstanding Perfection": Apuleius' Admiration for Socrates By: Friedemann Drews; Socrates in Maximus of Tyre By: Michael B. Trapp;Socrates in the Ancient Biographical Tradition: From the Anonymous PHib. 182 to Diogenes Laertius By: Tiziano Dorandi; An Embodiment of Intellectual Freedom? Socrates in Libanius By: Heinz-Günther Nesselrath; Political Philosopher or Savior of Souls? Socrates in Themistius and Julian the Emperor By: Maria Carmen De Vita; Proclus on Socratic Ignorance, Knowledge, and Irony By: Danielle A. Layne.

Dialog; Socrates phil.; Philosophie der Antike; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Xenophon; 3.2.3. Philosophie, gr.;



Sophrosyne


Humble, N.:
Sophrosyne and the Spartans in Xenophon.

In: Sparta. New perspectives. Stephen Hodkinson and Anton Powell (Edd.). London: Duckworth with The Classical press of Wales. - 1999. - S. 339-353.


Sparta

Proietti, Gerald:
Xenophon's Sparta. An introduction.

Leiden u.a. : Brill, 1987. - XXII, 116 S. - (Mnemosyne / Suppl.; 98).
 


E p 590
Proietti, Gerald:
Xenophon's Sparta. An Introduction.
Leiden, New York, Kobnhavn, Köln: Brill 1987. pp. 116 (Mnemosyne. Suppl. 98.)
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2.2.3. 750-338; 2.2.3.4. Pelop. Krieg; 2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.2.2. Gesch.schr., gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1-3,5; Xenophon/ Lac. pol.; 4.6.1.2.1. Kriegführung, gr.; 4.6.2.1. Heerwesen, gr.; 4.3.2.2. Sparta; 5.2.2.1.; Lysander; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1-4; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,5-2,1,28; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,1,29-3,9; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,3,11-2,4; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,3-4; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,5; <> A.2.d. Studien über Autoren
60/88 (/)


T ec 47
Chrimes, K.M.T.

Ancient Sparta. A Re-Examination of the Evidence. (ND Manchester 1949).

Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press 1971. pp. 527.

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2.2.3.; 2.2.4.; 2.2.4.3.; 2.2.5. s.v.; Kreta/ Vergl. Soziale Verfassung; 2.2.6.; Delphi/ Rhetra des Lykurgos; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; 4.1.1.1.1.;4.1.1.2.1.; Periöken; 4.1.1.3.1.; Heloten; 4.1.4.1.1.; Ephebie/Sparta; 4.3.2.2.; Lykurg/Reform; 4.5.3.; Orthia/ Fest & Kult; 4.6.1.1.1.; Achäischer Bund/ Außenpolitik/ Rom; 4.6.2.1.; Demographie/Heerwesen, Sparta; 5.2.2.1.; Iulius/ C. Iulius Eurycles;

C.1.a.; Kg7-032; K.7.g.cc. Wichtigere Arbeiten über einzelne hellenist. Reiche.



Rahe, Paul Anthony:
The Spartan regime. Its character, origins, and grand strategy
New Haven 2016. 
Yale University Press
Reihe: The Yale library of military history
pp. xvi, 212

Abstract:

For centuries, ancient Sparta has been glorified in song, fiction, and popular art. Yet the true nature of a civilization described as a combination of democracy and oligarchy by Aristotle, considered an ideal of liberty in the ages of Machiavelli and Rousseau, and viewed as a forerunner of the modern totalitarian state by many twentieth-century scholars has long remained a mystery. In a bold new approach to historical study, noted historian Paul Rahe attempts to unravel the Spartan riddle by deploying the regime-oriented political science of the ancient Greeks, pioneered by Herodotus, Thucydides, Plato, Xenophon, and Polybius, in order to provide a more coherent picture of government, art, culture, and daily life in Lacedaemon than has previously appeared in print, and to explore the grand strategy the Spartans devised before the arrival of the Persians in the Aegean.

2.2.3.1; 2.2.7.; Sparta, 750 - 500 v. Chr.; 4.3.2.2.; Verfassung Spartas;



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2016.12.13

Paul A. Rahe, The Grand Strategy of Classical Sparta: The Persian Challenge. The Yale library of military history.   New Haven; London:  Yale University Press, 2015.  Pp. xvi, 408.  ISBN 9780300116427.  

Reviewed by Timothy Doran, California State University – Los Angeles (Tdoran2@calstatela.edu)

http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2016/2016-12-13.html



Z 73; APh 17, p. 182
Cloché, P.:
Les Helléniques de Xénophon et Lacédémoine.
REA 46, 1944, 12-46
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ Sparta; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Philolakonismus; \ A.2.d.; Le philolaconisme de X. ne l'a nullement empêché de dresser un tableau souvent peux élogieux de l'histoire de Sparte au IVe siècle; mais cette sévérité peut avoir eu des motifs divers et n'est pas toujours un témoignage d'impartialité. /


T 12 067 585
Cartledge, Paul:
Agesilaos and the crisis of Sparta.
London: Duckworth 1987. pp. 508
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.7. Sparta; Krise/ Sparta; Imperialismus/ Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos II. von Sparta; <> F.; C.1.a.; ISBN 0-7156-2082-7; StUB Ffm; 1. Agesilaos, II 2. Sparta-Kings and rulers-Biography;


Z 37 - 76
Tuplin, Christopher:
The Failings of Empire. A Reading of Xenophon Hellenica 2.3.11-7.5.27.
Stuttgart: Steiner 1993. pp. 264 (Historia: Einzelschriften. 76)
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Reich; Xen. Hell. 2,3,11-7,5,27; <> A.2.d.
[1/93]


B 67/156
Andrewes, A.
The Government of Classical Sparta.
Aus: (Hg.): Ancient Society & Institutions. Studies presented to V. Ehrenberg on his 75th birthday [FS Ehrenberg]., Oxford 1966. pp. 1-20.
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2.2.3.; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; Gerousia/ Probouleusis; 4.3.2.2.; Rhetra, Große; Ephorat/ Sparta; 4.3.5.2.1.; 4.3.5.3.1.; 4.6.2.1.; phrouràn phaínein; synepipsêphisai [p.3]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,11 [4]; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 11,2 [10]; Thukydides/ 1,18,1 [1]; Platon/ Legg. 691d-692a [2]; Plutarch/ Lyk. 6,8 [2]; Plutarch/ Lyk. 5,10-6,1 [2]; Aristoteles/ Pol. 1272a11 [2]; Aristoteles/ Pol. 1270b22 [3]; Thukydides/ 5,60,2 [3]; Thukydides/ 5,63 [3]; Herodot/ 5,39-40 [3]; Diodor/ 11,50[4]; Thukydides/ 1,67,3 [4]; Thukydides/ 1,87,1 [4]; Thukydides/ 1,79 [4]; Thukydides/ 1,87 [4]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,20 [4]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,24 [4]; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,3,8 [4]; Xenophon/ Hell. 7,1,32 [5]; Plutarch/ Agis 09,1 [5]; Plutarch/ Agis 11,1 [5]; Plutarch/ Agis 12 [5]; Thukydides/ 5,77,1 [6]; Thukydides/ 6,88,10 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,219 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,38 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell.3,2,23 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 4,6,3 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,11.20 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,23 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,3,3 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,4,3 [6]; Plutarch/ Lyk. 6,4 [6]; Aristoteles/ fr. 536f Rose [6]; Aristoteles/ Pol. 2,1270a36-8 [7]; Herodot/ 9,28,2 [7]; Herodot/ 7,234,2 [7]; Thukydides/ 4,38,5 [7]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,4,15 [7]; Thukydides/ 1,86 [8]; Herodot/ 6,82 [9]; Herodot/ 5,49-51 [9]; Herodot/ 5,55 [9]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,1,32-4 [9]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,3,23-5 [9]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6.3.19 [9]; Plutarch/ Ages. 4,4-5 [9]; Thukydides/ 1,131,2 [10]; Thukydides/ 4,90,1 [11]; Thukydides/ 5,41,1 [11]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,28-29 [11]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,38 [11]; Herodot/ 6,64,1 [12]; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,1,7 [12]; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,2,12 [12]; Xenophon/ Hell.2,2,13 [13]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,19 [13]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,11-24 [13]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,3,3-18 [13]; Thukydides/ 1,87,1-2 [13]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,38 [14]; Plutarch/ Sol. 19,1 [16]; Isokrates/ Panath. 12,178 [16]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,3,20 [17]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,4,32 [17]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,4,22-33 [17]; - E.1.


Humble, N.:
Sophrosyne and the Spartans in Xenophon.

In: Sparta. New perspectives. Stephen Hodkinson and Anton Powell (Edd.). London: Duckworth with The Classical press of Wales. - 1999. - S. 339-353.


Z 58
Luria, Salomo:
Zum politischen Kampf in Sparta gegen Ende des 5. Jahrhunderts.
Klio 21, 1927, 404-420
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.2.2.; 4.3.7.1.; Ephorat/ Sparta; 4.5.3.; Orakel/ Sparta; 5.2.2.1.; Leotychidas d.J.; \ C.1.a. /


Proietti, Gerald:
Lysander and the Spartan polity. An introd. to Xenophon's "Hellenica". Zugl.: Chestnut Hill, Mass., Boston College, Diss., 1981.

Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1984. - XV, 206 S.


Zs 305; APh 47, 8604
Cawkwell, G.L.:
Agesilaus and Sparta.
CQ 26, 1976, 62-84
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; Diodor/ Agesilaos; Plutarch/ Agesilaos; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Panhellenismus; Theben/ Feindschaft, Sparta; 4.6.1.1.1. s.v.; Königsfrieden; 4.6.3.1.1. s.v.; Peloponnesischer Bund; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos II. von Sparta; \ F.; C.1.a.; A.2.d.; 399-362 v.Chr.;


Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• Sparta in Xenophon and Plato, Noreen Humble



Paul Christesen, Xenophon’s Cyropaedia and military reform in Sparta, JHS 126, 2006, 47ff.


Sprache


Vivienne Gray (University of Auckland): WORK IN PROGRESS ON XENOPHON’S LANGUAGE.

ASCS 32 PROCEEDINGS

http://www.ascs.org.au/news/ascs32/Gray.pdf


Staatsideal


B gr x 16-500
Scharr, Erwin:
Xenophons Staats- und Gesellschaftsideal und seine Zeit
Halle: Niemeyer 1919. pp. 321
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3.2.2. Gesch.schr., gr.;3.4. Xenophon;4.3.5.1.1. Monarchie, gr.;4.3.5.2.1. Aristokratie, gr.;4.3.5.3.1. Demokratie, gr.;2.2.3.5. 404-338;


Scharr, Erwin:

Xenophons Staats- und Gesellschaftsideal und seine Zeit. Zugl.: Halle, Univ., Diss., 1919

Hildesheim : Olms, 1975. - 321 S.


T bgrx 16-800
Luccioni, Jean:
Les Idées politiques et sociales de Xénophon.
[Paris]: Ophrys [1945]. pp. 312
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3.4. Xenophon; <> A.2.d. 0449; D.5.


Stasis


Tp L I - 3
Loraux, Nicole:
Oikeios polemos: La guerra nella famiglia.
StudStor 28, 1987, 5-35
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2.2.3.; Krise des 4. Jh.; 2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Bruderkrieg; 3.2.1. s.v.; Tragödie, gr.; 3.2.3. s.v.; Polis/= Familie; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Menex. 243 e 2- 244 a 3; Platon/ Leg. 9,869c-d; Xenophon/ hell. 2,4,21; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; stasis; 4.1.4.4.1. Familie, gr.; syngeneía; phylon; emphylós; 4.3.5.3.1. s.v.; Brüderlichkeit; adelphoi hairetoi; 4.4.2.1. s.v.; Mord; phonos; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Bürgerkrieg, gr.; pólemos; oikeios; haima homaimon; \ D.5. 0400; / (10)


Stil


Gr X 16 5001-3; B `34, 1615
Bigalke, Joh.:
Der Einfluß der Rhetorik auf Xenophons Stil.
Greifswald: 1933. pp. VII, 39 (Diss. Greifswald 1933.)
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3.2.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Rhetorik; Xenophon/ Stil; <> A.2.d.



Zs 82; APh 46, p. 362
Cavenaile, R.:
Apercu sur la langue et le style de Xénophon.
LEC 43, 1975, 238-252
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Stil; \ A.2.d. /



B `38, 2159
Ekman, E.:
Der reine Nominalsatz bei Xenophon.
Uppsala: 1938. pp. 48 (Skrifter utg. av humanist. vetenskapssamfundet i Uppsala. 29.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Stil; Xenophon/ Nominalsatz; Nominalsatz/ Xenophon; <> A.2.d.



Nielsen, Thomas Heine:

Xenophon's use of the word Polis in the Anabasis.

In: Further studies in the ancient Greek Polis. Pernille Flensted-Jensen (Ed.). Stuttgart: Steiner. (Historia. Einzelschriften. 138.). - 2000. - S. 133-139.


Theben

Tp R I - 4
Riedinger, J. C.:
Partialité historique et procédés narratifs dans les Helléniques de Xénophon.
IL 41, 1989, 5-8
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Xenophon; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Theben, agôn; 3.2.2. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ Parteilichkeit; 4.1.3.1.; Xenophon/ Thebenfeindlichkeit; 4.6.1.2.1.; Schlachtenschilderung/ Xen. Hell.; \ A.2.d.; G.3.; APh 60, 5856. /


T bgrp 242-490
Pascual González, José
Plutarco y su vision de la hegemonía tebana.
Aus: Pérez Jiménez, Aurelio; Cerro Calderón, Gonzalo del (Hg.): Estudios sobre Plutarco: obra y traducion: actas del I Symposion espanol sobre Plutarco, Fuengirola 1988., Málaga 1990. pp. 73-79
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Hegemonie; 3.2.1.; Diodor/ Theben; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Plutarch; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Pelopidas; 4.1.3.1. Patriotismus, boiot.; Hegemonie/ Teben; Xen. Hell. 5,2,25-33; Xen. Hell. 5,4,1-12; Xen. Hell. 6,4,2-15; Xen. Hell. 7,5,1-2; Xen. Hell. 7,1,33-38; Plutarch/ Hegemonie, theb.; Plutarch/ Theben; - A.2.d.; C.1.a.;


Z 36
Roy, James:
Arcadia and Boeotia in Peloponnesian affairs 370-362 B.C.
Historia 20, 1971, 569-599
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.6.; Boiotia; Arkadien; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.5.2.1. Aristokratie/Oligarchie, gr.; 4.3.5.3.1. Demokratie, gr.; 4.6.1.1.1. Verh. Frieden, gr.; 4.6.1.2.1. Kriegf., gr.; 4.6.3.1.1. zw.staatl. Vgg., gr.; Boeotien; \ C.1.a. /


Themistogenes

APh 18, p. 108; Zs 227
Prentice, W. K.:
Themistogenes of Syracuse. An error of copyist.
AJPh , 1947, 73-77
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,1,2; Xenophon/ Themistogenes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Themistogenes von Syrakus/ Xen. an.; \ A.2.d.; Lies: themistôs henì tôn Kyreíôn gégraptai. Name des bis dahin unbekannten Themistogenes entstanden durch den Fehler eines Kopisten. /


Theramenes


R ep 225
Ploeg, Leendert van der:
Theramenes en zijn tijd.
Utrecht: Kemink 1948. pp. viii, 278 (Diss. Utrecht 1948.)
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2.2.3.4.; Athen/ Staatsmänner; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.2.1.; 4.3.5.2.1.; Dreißig/ Theramenes; 4.4.2.2.; Arginusenprozeß/ Theramenes; 5.2.2.1.; Theramenes; Triakonta/ Theramenes; Vierhundert/ Theramenes; Umsturz/ Athen; Lysander/ Theramenes; <> F.; C.1.a.; 411-403 v.Chr.; Lijst van geraadpleegde werken: 270 ff. Register van Eigennamen: 274 ff.
[R 43/93] (10+3)


Tp A I - 7
Adeleye, Gabriel:
Theramenes. The End of a Controversial Career
MusAfr 5, 1976, 9-19
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 4.3.5.2.1.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika II,3; 3.4. Diodor; 3.4. Aristoteles; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Theramenes; \ C.1.a. 0397 /


Z 100; APh 46, p. 364
Sealey, R.:
Pap. Mich. inv. 5982. Theramenes.
ZPE 16, 1975, 279-288
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Dreißig; 3.2.2. s.v.; Hellenica Oxyrhynchia; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,2,15-23; 3.4. Lysias; Lysias/ 12,68-70; Lysias/ 13,8-11; Xenophon/ Theramenes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Theramenes; 5.5. s.v.; P. Mich. inv. 5982; \ F.; A.2.b.; A.2.d. / 3


ZZ 63/351; APh 47, 3722
Rossetti, L.:
Alla ricerca dei logoi Sokratikoi perduti.
RSC 22, 1974, 424-438
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2.2.3.4.; 3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates; logos Sokratikos; Antisthenes/ Sokratikos logos; Platon/ Symp. 175AB; Platon/ Symp. 220CD; Plutarch/ De cohib. ira 4,455A; Diodor/ 14,5; Xenophon/ Theramenes; Sokrates/ Theramenes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Theramenes; \ D.3.; F.; 404 v.Chr.; /


Thraker


ZZ 71/262-1988,3
Hosek, Radislav:
Die ältesten Vorstellungen der Thraker.
GLP 12, 1988, 9-31
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4.1.1.; Thraker/ Gesellschaft; 4.1.5.; Kannibalismus/ Thraker; Fleischgenuß, ritueller; Mythologie/ Fluß, thrak.; 4.5. Thrak.; Menschenopfer/ Thraker; Wasser/ Magie Thraker; Sonnengott/ Thraker; 4.5.3.; Dionysos/ Rohfleischesser; 5.3.5. Thrak.; 5.7.; Thraker; 5.8.; ômêstês; Porphyrios/ de abst. 2,8; Sallust/ Cat. 22,1-2; Xenophon/ An. 7,5,12-14; Xenophon/ An. 7,2,32; Xenophon/ An. 7,5,13; Xenophon/ 7,2,23; Horn/ Trinkhorn Thraker; \ B.1. /


Thukydides


Canfora, L. 1970. Tucidide continuato. Padua.


Tp C I - 7
Canfora, Luciano:
Tucidide continuato e pubblicato
Belfagor 25, 1970, 121-134
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3.2.2. Geschichtsschreibung, gr.; 3.4. Hellenika Oxyrhynchia; 3.4. Kratippos;3.4. Theopomp; 3.4. Thukydides;3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; Paralipomena; \ A.2.d. 0390 / (7)



Tp C II - 7
Canfora, Luciano:
Storia antica del testo di Tucidide.
QS 3, 1977 N° 6, 3-39
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Thukydides; 3.2.2.; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Nachwirkung; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1-2,3,10; Xenophon/ Thukydides; Thukydides/ 5,26ff = Xen.; Thukydides/ Fortsetzer; Thukydides/ 5,25-83; Thukydides/ 5,26,1; Thukydides/ 5,25-26; Thukydides/ 8,66; Thukydides/ 8,68; \ A.2.d.; APh 48, 4545. / (5+2)


Canfora, L.:
Sull'edizione "completa" di Tucidide
ThM 128, 1985, 360-363
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3.4. Xenophon; 3.4. Thukydides; Paralipomena; Xenophon/Hellenika; \ Hinweis auf Symptome, die vermuten lassen, daß Thukydides' Werk lange Zeit zusammen mit den Paralipomena (Hellenika I - II 3, 10) in einheitlicher Ausgabe im Umlauf waren; /


ZZ 61/82; APh 48, 4862
Oost, S. I.:
rec.: Soulis, E. M., Xenophon and Thucydides ...
CPh 72, 1977, 85
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Thukydides; Soulis, E.M. \ A.2.d. /



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018.10.23

Ryan K. Balot, Sara Forsdyke, Edith Foster (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Thucydides. Oxford handbooks.   New York:  Oxford University Press, 2017.  Pp. xvi, 773.  ISBN 9780199340385.  $150.00.

Reviewed by Antonios Rengakos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (rengakos@the.forthnet.gr)

http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2018/2018-10-23.html

Paul Ludwig, “Xenophon as a Socratic Reader of Thucydides”, p. 515

Die skizzierte Thukydides-Rezeption liefert zu einem erheblichen Teil den Hintergrund, vor dem der Aufbau und die anvisierte Leserschaft des anzuzeigenden stattlichen Bandes verstanden wissen wollen. Er enthält insgesamt 40 Beiträge und ist in vier Abschnitte geteilt: … im 4. geht es um Thukydides‘ geistiges Milieu und das Nachleben seines Werkes von Xenophon bis Prokopios.



APh 48, 4552
Giuliani, G.:
Problemi tucididei. Il giudizio su Alcibiade.
NRS 61, 1977, 356-366
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2.2.3.4.; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Alkibiades; Aristophanes/ Alkibiades; Euripides/ Alkibiades; Xenophon/ Alkibiades; 4.1.3.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Alkibiades/ Beurteilung; \ A.2.d.; F. /



APh 46, p. 363
Orsi, D.P.:
L'anno stagionale. Tucidide e Senofonte.
QS 1, 1975, 117-140
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3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Chronologie; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Chronologie; 5.2.1. s.v.; Jahr; Jahreszeiten; \ A.2.d.; A.2.e. /



Aufsatztitel:   Geschichte in Fortsetzung : wie, warum und wozu haben Autoren wie Polybios und Thukydides/Xenophon auf ein Ziel hin geschriebene Geschichtswerke fortgesetzt? / Andreas Mehl 
        In:     Polybios und seine Historien : [der vorliegende Band geht zurück auf eine in Hamburg an der Helmut-Schmidt-Universität im April 2010 veranstaltete gleichnamige Tagung] / hrsg. von Volker Grieb und Clemens Koehn. - Stuttgart : Steiner, ISBN 3-515-10477-1 , ISBN 978-3-515-10477-7, 2013, S. 25-48

Nickel, Rainer: Der verbannte Stratege. Xenophon und der Tod des Thukydides.

Darmstadt: Philipp von Zabern Verlag 2014.

ISBN: 978-3-8053-4755-6; 144 S.

Rezension: HistLit 2015-3-145 / Christian Mueller-Goldingen über Nickel, Rainer:

Der verbannte Stratege. Xenophon und der Tod des Thukydides.

Darmstadt 2014, in: H-Soz-Kult 14.09.2015 - http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/index.asp?id=24114&view=pdf&pn=rezensionen&type=rezbuecher

Nickels Buch ist flüssig geschrieben, der Autor versteht es, dem Thema entsprechend, Spannung zu erzeugen. Vieles bleibt jedoch in der Schwebe, dies macht den eigenen Reiz aus.“

M. Frisch, rec. Nickel, Rainer: Der verbannte Stratege. Xenophon und der Tod des Thukydides. Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft 17 (2014) 1271-1276

http://gfa.gbv.de/dr,gfa,017,2014,r,34.pdf

Allein der Titel Der verbannte Stratege. Xenophon und der Tod des Thukydides scheint etwas irreführend zu sein. Zwar bilden die Begegnung zwischen Xenophon und Thukydides und Xenophons Suche nach dem verschwundenen Thukydides die Rahmenhandlung des Werkes, doch haben wir es in gewisser Weise mit einer fiktiven Biographie Xenophons zu tun, in deren Verlauf die Suche nach Thukydides gegen Ende nur noch sporadisch eingeflochten wird.

Doch tut das weder dem Lesegenuss noch dem in der Einleitung erklärten Ziel des Buches Abbruch. Es bleibt zu hoffen, dass nicht nur ohnehin schon mit Thukydides, Xenophon und der griechischen Geschichte vertraute Leser zu dieser Erzählung greifen, sondern auch solche, die sich damit noch weniger auskennen oder deren Interesse erst noch geweckt werden muss. Diese Leser erhalten hier zugleich erste solide Kenntnisse über die Geschichte der Zeit Xenophons.“

Buch "Der verbannte Stratege" Rainer Nickel weiß zu unterhalten.
Von Wolfgang Will.
http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/literatur/buch--der-verbannte-stratege--rainer-nickel-weiss-zu-unterhalten,10809200,29581258.html#plx808267254

Den fingierten Gesprächen zwischen Thukydides und Xenophon liegt die Tatsache zugrunde, dass dieser das Werk seines Vorgängers genau mit dem Satz fortsetzt, mit dem es abbricht. Bis zur Kapitulation Athens schließt die Darstellung auch stilistisch an Thukydides an. Das hat Spekulationen genährt, Xenophon habe unpublizierte Manuskripte an sich gebracht, ja möglicherweise Thukydides sogar ermordet. Sicherlich hat er ihn weder getötet noch gerettet, doch gute Fiktionen vermögen verborgene Zusammenhänge herzustellen und neues Licht auf ein scheinbar bekanntes Geschehen zu werfen.
In diesem Sinne ist Nickels Monografie allen zu empfehlen, die eine Einführung in die Materie wünschen. Was sie nicht leisten kann, ist, Thukydides selbst zu ersetzen. Die Reden des Perikles und Euphemos über Demokratie und Herrschaft, diejenigen des Kleon und Diodotos über Imperialismus oder die des Alkibiades und Nikias über die Sizilieninvasion, die Pathologie (Leidensgeschichte des Krieges), der Melier-Dialog, die Beschreibung der Pest oder des Massakers von Mykalessos, gehören zum besten, was die griechische Literatur der Klassik hervorbrachte. Wer politisch mitreden will, muss Thukydides lesen, und zwar noch heute.




Tamiolaki, M. 2008. “Les Hélleniques entre tradition et innovation. Aspects de la relation intertextuelle de Xénophon avec Hérodote et Thucydide.” Cahiers des études anciennes 45:15–52.



Zali, Vasiliki:
Herodotus and His Successors: The Rhetoric of the Persian Wars in Thucydides and Xenophon.
Aus: Brill's companion to the reception of Herodotus in antiquity and beyond. Ed. by Jessica Priestley and Vasiliki Zali. (Brill's companions to classical reception. 6.). Leiden & Boston: 2016. pp. 34-58








Tissaphernes


Z 36
Westlake, H. D.:
Decline and fall of Tissaphernes.
Historia 30, 1981, 257-279
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2.1.4. Perserreich;2.2.3.4.;2.2.3.5.;3.4. Xenophon;4.6.1.1. Verh. im Frieden;4.6.1.2. Verh. im Krieg;5.2.2.1.;Tissaphernes; \


Tyrannis


Tp A I - 14
Abiuso, Vittoria:
Senofonte e la tirannide in Grecia. Con prefazione di Nicola Festa.
Milano: Nuova Italia 1938. pp. 94
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Tyrannis; Xenophon/ Hieron; 4.3.5.1.1. s.v.; Tyrannis/ Xenophon; <> D.5.; A.2.d.; B `38, 2157



Pownall, Frances Skoczylas

Tyrants as Impious Leaders in Xenophon's Hellenica.

Aus: Aspects of leadership in Xenophon. Ed. by Richard Fernando Buxton. (Histos supplements. 5.). Newcastle upon Tyne: University of Newcastle, School of History, Classics and Archaeology. 2016. pp. 51-84



E w 70
Frolov, Eduard
Tyrannis und Monarchie im Balkanischen Griechenland. 2. Das Problem der Monarchie und der Tyrannis in der politischen Publizistik des 4. Jhd. v u. Z.
Aus: Welskopf, Elisabeth Charlotte (Hg.): Hellenische Poleis. Krise - Wandlung - Wirkung. Bd. I, Darmstadt 1974. pp. 401-434
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 3.2.3. Philosophie, gr.; 3.4. Isokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hieron; 4.3.5.1.1. Monarchie, gr.; - D.5.


Z 51
Borthwick, E K:
The scene on the Panagjurischte Amphora: a new solution.
JHS 96, 1976, 148-151
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Tyrannenmord; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ mor. 575b-98f; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,4,7; 4.1.4.4.1.; Kômos-Thema; 5.1.5.1.; Panagjurischte-Amphore; 5.1.4.1.; Tyrannenmord; 5.2.2.1.; Leontiades/ RE 2; Philostrat/ VS i 2 p. 485 Olearius; \ D.3.; A.2.d.; C.1.a.; 379 v.Chr. /


Verfassungsdebatte


Due, Bodil:

Plato and Xenophon: two contributions to the constitutional debate in the 4th century BC.

In: Essays on Plato's Republic. Erik Nis Ostenfeld (Ed.). Aarhus: Aarhus UP. (Aarhus studies in mediterranean antiquity (AS-MA). 2.). - 1998. - S. 42-52.


Verkehrsgeographie


Gschnitzer, Fritz:
Straßen, Wege und Märsche in Xenophons Hellenika. Ein Beitrag zur Verkehrsgeographie Griechenlands in klassischer Zeit.
In: Zu Wasser und zu Land. Verkehrswege in der antiken Welt. Stuttgarter Kolloquium zur historischen Geographie des Altertums 7, 1999. Hrsg, von Eckart Olshausen und Holger Sonnabend. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag GmbH. (Geographica Historica. Band 17.). - 2002. - S. 202-208.


Verwandtenehe


R dp 500
Herrenschmidt, Clarisse
Notes sur la Parenté chez les Perses au Début de l'Empire Achemenide.
Aus: Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen; Kuhrt, Amélie (Hg.): The Greek Sources: proceedings of the Groningen 1984 Achaemenid history workshop., Leiden 1987. pp. 53-67 (Achaemenid history. 2.)
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2.1.4.; Achämeniden/ Eheschließungen; 3.2.2.; Xenophon/ Cyr. 7,5,18-19; 3.4. Herodot; 4.1.4.4.; Ehe/ Verwandtenehe; 4.4.1.; Geschwisterehe/ Achämeniden; 5.2.2.1.; Kyros d.Gr./ Ehe; Otanes/ RE 1; Dareios d.Gr./ Ehen; Eherecht/ Achämeniden; Her. 3,02; Her. 3,68; Her. 2,2; Her. 3,68; Her. 7,5 [54]; Her. 6,43 [54]; Her. 7,5 [54]; Her. 7,82 [54]; Her. 9,108-113 [54]; Her. 2,1 [55]; Her. 3,2 [55]; Her. 3,88 [55]; Her. 7,224 [55]; Her. 9,108-111 [56]; Her. 3,31 [56f]; Her. 7,2 [57]; Herodot/ Eheschließung, achämenid.; Ktesias/ Phot. 36a [63]; Her. 3,84 [65]; Her. 3,88 [66]; Her. 7,11 [66]; - D.4.; B.1.;







      1. Schriften, übergreifend

Xenophon:
Scritti socratici. Economico-simposio-apologia di Socrate. A cura di Luciano Montoneri.
Bologna : Patron, 1976. - 297 S. - (Testi filosofici.; 4.).



Waterfield, Robin:
Rez. A.L. Bonnette: Xenophon, Memorabilia. Translated and Annotated with an Introduction by C. Bruell. Pp. xxviii + 171. Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell University Press (1994) & Rez. R.C. Bartlett: Xenophon, The Shorter Socratic Writings. Apology of Socrates to the Jury, Oeconomicus, and Symposium. Translations, with Interpretive Essays and Notes. Pp. x + 201. Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell University Press (1996).
In: The Classical Review. Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 47 (1997), Heft 2. - S. 416-417



B `35, 2282
Chantraine, P.:
rec.: Xenophon, Opuscula, rec. G. Pierleoni ...
RevPhil 9, 1935, 321-322
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Opera minora; Pierleoni, G./ Xenophon Opuscula; \ A.1.d. /



APh 57, 5176
Xenophon Atheniensis:
Obras menores: Hierón, Agesilao, La república de los Lacedemonios, Los ingresos publicos, El jefe de la caballería, De la equitación, De la caza, La república de los Atenienses,
introd., trad. & notas de Guntinas Tunón, O..
Madrid: Gredos 1984. 318 S.
(Bibl. clás. Gredos. 75.)
A.1.a.


Carena, C.:
Anabasi e Ciropedia.
Torino: 1962.
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Cyrup.;



B `36, 2394
Pierleoni, G.:
rec.: Xénophon, Helléniques, Apologie, Mémorables. Trad. par P. Chambry ...
BollFilCl 7, 1935/36, 225-229
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ Apologie; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Chambry, P./ Xen. Hell. Apol. Mem., trad.; \ A.1.d. /



Textgeschichte/ Überlieferungsgeschichte

Gronewald, Michael:
Hesiod, Xenophon, Psalmen und Alexanderapophthegma in Berliner Papyri.
In: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik. (Bonn: Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH). - Bd. 115 (1997). - S. 117-120.



Z 8
Koerner, Reinhard:
Literarische Texte unter Ausschluß der christlichen Historiographie.
APF 29, 1983, 99-106
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3.2.2. Gesch.schr., gr.; 3.3.2. Gesch.schr., röm.; 3.3.5.; Acta Alexandrinorum; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.5.3.2. Pap. \



APh 20, p. 138
Castiglioni, L.:
Xenophontea Marciana.
RIL 73, 1939-1940, 3-27
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokratika/ Handschriften; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Handschriften; Ms Marcianus Ven. gr. 242. 369f.; Xenophon/ An., Textgesch.; \ A.2.d. /



Gudeman, Alfred:

Scholien. Die ersten Anfänge philologischer Kritik und Hermeneutik reichen bis in den Ausgang des 6. Jhdts. hinauf. Griechische Scholien. Homer. 1. Ilias. 2.

Odyssee. 3. Batrachomyomachia. Hesiodos. Alkman. Pindaros. Aischylos. Sophokles. Euripides. Aristophanes. Die Scholien der attischen Prosaiker. 1.

Thukydides. 2. Platon. 3. Xenophon. 4. Isokrates. 5. Aischines. 6. Demosthenes. 7. Aristoteles.

In: RE. Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Zweite Reihe. Dritter Halbband. (Bd. II A, 1). - 1921. - Sp. 625-705.



Z 70
Develin, R.:
Numeral corruption in Greek historical texts.
Phoenix 44, 1990, 31-45
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3.2.2.; Verfälschung/ Texte/ Geschichtsschreiber; 3.4. Arrian; Arrian/ Anabasis; Polyainos; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Polybios; 3.4. Thucydides; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen./ Hellenika/ Anabasis; \ / (7)




4. Sokratische Schriften

Allgemein

Apologie

Hieron

Memorabilien

Oikonomikos

Symposion



Allgemein

APh 60, 5835
Morrison, Donald R.:
Bibliography of editions, translations, and commentary on Xenophon's Socratic writings, 1600-present, compiled with an introd. by Donald R. Morrison.
Pittsburgh, Pa.: Mathesis 1988. pp. XVII, 103
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3.2.3.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Bibliographie; Xenophon/ Sokratika; <> A.2.d.; D.2.; rec.: Whitaker, CR 39, 1989, 387-388.



Xenophon:
Scritti socratici. Economico-simposio-apologia di Socrate. A cura di Luciano Montoneri.
Bologna : Patron, 1976. - 297 S. - (Testi filosofici.; 4.).



R bgrx 16-370
Morrison, Donald R.:
Bibliography of Editions, Translations, and Commentary on Xenophon's Socratic writings 1600 - Present. Compiled and with an introduction by Donald R. Morrison.
Pittsburgh, PA: Mathesis Publ. 1988. pp. XVII, 103
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3.2.3.; Sokrates/ Bibliographie; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Bibliographie; <> A.2.d.; D.2.; ISBN 0-935225-02-1.
[R 56/92] (6+3)


UB Marburg/ XIV C 36 udh
Joël, Karl:
Der echte und der xenophontische Sokrates. T. 1. 2,1. 2,2.
Berlin: R. Gaertners Verlagsbunchhandlung 1893-1901. pp. XII, 553; XXV, 1145
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3.2.3.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; Antisthenes/ Nachwirkung; Kynismus; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Sokrates; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Xenophon/ Kynismus; 4.3.5.1.1.; <> D.2.; A.2.d.; UB Marburg.



Gr X 16 9721; APh 46, p. 364
Strauss. L.:
Xenophon's Socrates.
Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell UP 1972. pp. 181
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Sokrates; <> A.2.d.; D.2.; rec.: CR 25, 1975, 143 Gulley; rec.: ACR 3, 1973, 55 Benjamin.



APh 59, 6252
Morrison, Donald:
On Prof. Vlastos'Xenophon.
AncPhil 7, 1987, 9-22
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3.; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Sokrates; Vlastos, G.; \ Im Grunde kein Widerspruch zwischen Platon & Xenophon über Sokrates; / 5



ZZ 50/188-2
Rudberg, Gunnar:
Sokrates bei Xenophon.
Uppsala: Lundequist 1939. pp. 60 (Uppsala Universitets Arsskrift 1939:2.)
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Sokrates; Xenophon/ Sokratika; <> D.2.; A.2.d.; rec.: Van Johnson, CW 34, 1940-41, 161. APh 17, p. 135. UB.



Patzer, Andreas:

Der Xenophontische Sokrates als Dialektiker.

In: Der fragende Sokrates. Karl Pestalozzi (Hrsg.). Stuttgart/Leipzig: Teubner. (Colloquia Raurica. 6.). - 1999. - S. 50-76.



APh 60, 5844; Zs 305
Gray, Vivienne:
Xenophon's Defense of Socrates. The rhetorical background to the Socratic problem.
CQ 39, 1989, 136-140
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.2.4. s.v.; prépon/ Xenophon; megalêgoría/ Sokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Sokrates; \ A.2.d.; D.2.; When X. sets out to improve on previous accounts by making Socrates' high-mindedness appear appropriate, he is applying rhetorical theory to the Socratic controversy. In applying the rhetorical concept of "tò prépon" to the particular problem of Socrates' "megalêgoría", which previous writers did not explain, he emphasizes his particular contribution in this area. /


Stavru, Alessandro; Moore, Christopher

Socrates and the Socratic dialogue / edited by Alessandro Stavru, Christopher Moore

Leiden; Boston 2018. (Verlag: Brill). pp. viii, 931; 25 cm.

This book assembles the most complete range of studies on Socrates and the socratic dialogue. It focuses on portrayals of Socrates, whether as historical figure or protagonist of "Socratic dialogues" , in extant and fragmentary texts from Classical Athens through Late Antiquity. Special attention is paid to the evolving power and texture of the Socratic icon as it adopted old and new uses in philosophy, biography, oratory, and literature. Chapters in this volume focus on old comedy, sophistry, the first-generation socratics including Plato and Xenophon, Aristotle and Aristoxenus, Epicurus and Stoicism, Cicero and Persius, Plutarch, Apuleius and Maximus, Diogenes Laertius, Libanius, Themistius, Julian, and Proclus.

Contents: Socrates and the Socratic Dialogue: An Overview from the First-Generation Socratics to Neoplatonism By: Christopher Moore and Alessandro Stavru; Part 1 - Around Socrates. A Sage on the Stage: Socrates and Athenian Old Comedy By: Jacques A. Bromberg; Aristophanes' Iconic Socrates By: Andrea Capra; Protagorean Socrates, Socratic Protagoras: A Narrative Strategy from Aristophanes to Plato By: Michele Corradi; Isocrates as a Reader of Socratic Dialogues By: David J. Murphy; The Origins of the Socratic Dialogue: Plato, Xenophon, and the Others By: James M. Redfield; Part 2 - The immediate Socratic circle. On the Dialectical Character of Antisthenes' Speeches Ajax and Odysseus By: Vladislav Suvák; Socratism and Eleaticism in Euclides of Megara By: Aldo Brancacci; Aristippus on Freedom, Autonomy, and the Pleasurable Life By: Kristian Urstad; Shock, Erotics, Plagiarism, and Fraud: Aspects of Aeschines of Sphettus' Philosophy By: Claudia Mársico; Phaedo of Elis: The Biography, Zopyrus, and His Intellectual Profile By: Danilo Di Lanzo; Part 3 - Plato. Plato and the Socratics By: Luc Brisson; Philosopher Socrates? Philosophy at the Time of Socrates and the Reformed Philosophia of Plato By: Livio Rossetti; A Literary Challenge: How to Represent Socrates' Daimonion By: Stefano Jedrkiewicz; The Logical Structure of Socrates' Expert-Analogies By: Petter Sandstad; Crying for Help: Socrates as Silenus in the Euthydemus By: Michael Erler; Socrates and Natural Philosophy: The Testimony of Plato's Phaedo By: Jörn Müller; Bios Praktikos and Bios Theôrêtikos in Plato's Gorgias By: Ivan Jordovic; The Socratic Dubia By: Harold Tarrant; Notes on Lovers By: Sandra Peterson; Part 4 - Xenophon. How to Defend the Defense of Socrates? From the Apology to Memorabilia Book 1 By: Pierre Pontier; Nature, Culture and the Rule of the Good in Xenophon's Socratic Theory of Friendship: Memorabilia Book 2 By: Gabriel Danzig; From Generals to Gluttony: Memorabilia Book 3 By: David M. Johnson; Xenophon's Socratic Education in Memorabilia Book 4 By: Christopher Moore; Fundamental Parallels between Socrates' and Ischomachus' Positions in the Oeconomicus By: Louis-André Dorion; Aphroditê and Philophrosynê: Xenophon's Symposium between Athenian and Spartan Paradigms By: Maria Consiglia Alvino; Xenophon's Hiero: Hiding Socrates to Reform Tyranny By: Federico Zuolo; Xenophon's Philosophical Approach to Writing: Socratic Elements in the Non-Socratic Works By: Noreen Humble; Part 5 - Later reception. Aristotle on Socrates By: Nicholas D. Smith; Aristoxenus on Socrates By: Alessandro Stavru; Socratic Protreptic and Epicurus: Healing through Philosophy By: Jan Erik Heßler; From Competitor to Hero: The Stoics on Socrates By: Robert Bees; Cicero and the Socratic Dialogue: Between Frankness and Friendship (Off. 1. 132–137) By: François Renaud; Socrates and Alcibiades as "Satiric Heroes": The Socrates of Persius By: Diego De Brasi; Plutarch's Reception of Socrates By: Geert Roskam; "A Man of Outstanding Perfection": Apuleius' Admiration for Socrates By: Friedemann Drews; Socrates in Maximus of Tyre By: Michael B. Trapp;Socrates in the Ancient Biographical Tradition: From the Anonymous PHib. 182 to Diogenes Laertius By: Tiziano Dorandi; An Embodiment of Intellectual Freedom? Socrates in Libanius By: Heinz-Günther Nesselrath; Political Philosopher or Savior of Souls? Socrates in Themistius and Julian the Emperor By: Maria Carmen De Vita; Proclus on Socratic Ignorance, Knowledge, and Irony By: Danielle A. Layne.

Dialog; Socrates phil.; Philosophie der Antike; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Xenophon; 3.2.3. Philosophie, gr.;





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Table of Contents

• Acknowledgements
• Abbreviations
• Notes on Contributors
• Introduction to the Comparative Study of Plato and Xenophon, Gabriel Danzig
• Introduction to This Volume, David Johnson
Part 1 Methods
• Comparative Exegesis and the Socratic Problem, Louis-André Dorion
• Xenophon’s Intertextual Socrates, David Johnson
• Division and Collection: A New Paradigm for the Relationship between Plato and Xenophon, William H. F. Altman
• Xenophon and the Socratics, James Redfield
• Xenophon on “Philosophy” and Socrates, Christopher Moore
• Xenophon and the Elenchos: A Formal and Comparative Analysis, Genevieve Lachance
Part 2 Ethics
• Laughter in Plato’s and Xenophon’s Symposia, Katarzyna Jazdzewska
• Socrates’ Physiognomy: Plato and Xenophon in Comparison, Alessandro Stavru
• Xenophon’s Triad of Socratic Virtues and the Poverty of Socrates, Lowell Edmunds
• Pity or Pardon: Responding to Intentional Wrongdoing in Plato, Xenophon, and Aristotle, Roslyn Weiss
• Mechanisms of Pleasure according to Xenophon’s Socrates, Olga Chernyakhovskaya
• Plato, Aristotle and Xenophon on the Ends of Virtue, Gabriel Danzig
• Socrates Erotikos: Mutuality, Role Reversal and Erotic Paideia in Xenophon’s and Plato’s Symposia, Francesca Pentassuglio
• Socratic Economics and the Psychology of Money, T. A. van Berkel
Part 3 From Friendship to Politics
• Xenophon’s Conception of Friendship in Memorabilia 2.6 (with Reference to Plato’s Lysis), Melina Tamiolaki
• Socrates’ Attitude towards Politics in Xenophon and Plato, Fiorenza Bevilacqua
• Plato and Xenophon on the Different Reasons that Socrates Always Obeys the Law, Louis-André Dorion
• Plato’s Statesman and Xenophon’s Cyrus, Carol Atack
Part 4 History
• Sparta in Xenophon and Plato, Noreen Humble
• Plato, Xenophon and Persia, C. J. Tuplin
• The Enemies of Hunting in Xenophon’s Cynegeticus, David Thomas
Index of Passages
General Index


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Apologie/ Apologia Socratis

Pucci, Pietro:
Xenophon, Socrates' defense. Introduction and commentary.
Amsterdam : Hakkert, 2002. - 109 S. - (Supplementi di Lexis. 10).





Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, Ulrich von

Die xenophontische Apologie

Hermes 32 (1897), 99-106

Socrates phil.; Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; Xenophontis Apologia Socratis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Apologie;





APh 60, 5844; Zs 305
Gray, Vivienne:
Xenophon's Defense of Socrates. The rhetorical background to the Socratic problem.
CQ 39, 1989, 136-140
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.2.4. s.v.; prépon/ Xenophon; megalêgoría/ Sokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Sokrates; \ A.2.d.; D.2.; When X. sets out to improve on previous accounts by making Socrates' high-mindedness appear appropriate, he is applying rhetorical theory to the Socratic controversy. In applying the rhetorical concept of "tò prépon" to the particular problem of Socrates' "megalêgoría", which previous writers did not explain, he emphasizes his particular contribution in this area. /



ZZ 64/163; APh 46, p. 363
Rossetti, L.:
Trace di un lógos Sôkratikós alternativo al Critone e al Fedone platonici.
A&R 20, 1975, 34-43
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3.2.1. s.v.; Sokrates; Diogenes Laertios; Aischines von Euklides (?); 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Apologie; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Kriton; Platon/ Phaidon; \ D.2.; A.2.d. /



Hieron/ Hiero

Textausgaben

Xenophon:
La tirannide. Senofonte. A cura di Gennaro Tedeschi.
Palermo : Sellerio, 1986. - 74 S. - (La memoria; 137).

APh 57, 5178
Xenophon Atheniensis:
Ierone o della tirannide, trad. di Tedeschi, G., con Il principe di Canfora, L. e La felicità senza invidia, di Tedeschi, G.
Palermo: Sellerio 1986. 75 S. (La memoria. 137.)
A.1.a.

APh 59, 6240bis
Fuà:
rec.: Senofonte, Ierone o della tirannide, a cura id Tedeschi, G. ...
GFF 11, 1988, 36-37
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hieron; Tedeschi, G.; \ / 3


Waterfield, Robin:
Xenophon, Hiero, the tyrant, and other treatises. Translated by Robin Waterfield. With introductions and notes by Paul Cartledge.
London : Penguin group, 1997. - XXXI, 248 S. - (Penguin classics).



Textgeschichte

APh 60, 5846
Jackson, Donald F.:
Correction and contamination in Xenophon's Hiero.
SIFC 6, 1988, 48-76
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hieron; Xenophon/ Hier., Textgeschichte; \ A.1.d. /


APh 60, 5851
Leverenz, Lynn:
The descendants of Laurentinianus 80.13 in Xenophon's Hiero.
SIFC 7, 1989, 12-23
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hieron; Xenophon/ Hier., Textgeschichte; \ A.1.d. /



Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen

Aalders, G.J.D.:
Date and Intention of Xenophon's Hiero.
Mnemosyne 6, 1953, 208-215
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hieron/ Datierung; Xenophon/ Hieron/ Intention; 4.3.5.1.1.; \ Q: Müller-Goldingen, Untersuchungen 282 /



APh 18, p. 107; ZZ 62/135
Hatzfeld, J.:
Note sur la date et l'objet du Hiéron de Xénophon.
REG , 1946-47, 54-70
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.5. s.v.; Syrakus/ Dion Tyrannis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hieron; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Dion, Tyrann Syrakus/ Xenophon/ Hieron; 4.3.5.1.1. s.v.; Tyrannis/ Xenophon; \ D.5.; A.2.d. /



Zs 305
Gray, V. J.:
Xenophon's Hiero and the meeting of the wise man and tyrant in Greek literature.
CQ 36, 1986, 115-123
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3.2.3. s.v.; Dialog, sokratischer; Weise; Tyrann; Despotismus; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hieron; 4.3.5.1.1. Monarchie, gr.; Idealherrscher; \ D.5.; / APh 57, 5183; /



Tp A I - 14
Abiuso, Vittoria:
Senofonte e la tirannide in Grecia. Con prefazione di Nicola Festa.
Milano: Nuova Italia 1938. pp. 94
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Tyrannis; Xenophon/ Hieron; 4.3.5.1.1. s.v.; Tyrannis/ Xenophon; <> D.5.; A.2.d.; B `38, 2157



E w 70
Frolov, Eduard
Tyrannis und Monarchie im Balkanischen Griechenland. 2. Das Problem der Monarchie und der Tyrannis in der politischen Publizistik des 4. Jhd. v u. Z.
Aus: Welskopf, Elisabeth Charlotte (Hg.): Hellenische Poleis. Krise - Wandlung - Wirkung. Bd. I, Darmstadt 1974. pp. 401-434
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 3.2.3. Philosophie, gr.; 3.4. Isokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hieron; 4.3.5.1.1. Monarchie, gr.; - D.5.





Memorabilien/ Apomnemoneumata

Textausgaben


Xenophon:

Xenophontos apomnemoneumata. Rec. Carolus Hude

Stutgardiae : Teubner, 1985. - V, 195 S. - (Bibliotheca scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana)



B `35, 2280
Boas, M.:
rec.: Xenophon, Memorabilia, ed. C. Hude ...
Museum 43, 1935/36, 59-62
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Hude, C./ Xenophon Memorabilia; \ A.1.d. /


B `35, 2280; Z 9
Castiglioni, L.:
rec.: Xenophon, Memorabilia, ed. C. Hude ...
Athenaeum 13, 1935, 274-278
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Hude, C./ Xenophon Memorabilia; \ A.1.d. /


B `36, 2393; Zs 346
Chantraine, P.:
rec.: Xenophon, Commentarii. Rec. C. Hude ...
RevPhil 10, 1936, 355
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Commentarii; Hude, C./ Xen. Commentarii rec.; \ A.1.d. /


B `36, 2393; Zs 295
Dorjahn, A. P.:
rec.: Xenophon, Commentarii. Rec. C. Hude ...
ClPh 31, 1936, 178-179
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Commentarii; Hude, C./ Xen. Commentarii rec.; \ A.1.d. /


B `37, 2361; Zs 470
Eichenberg, K. A.:
rec.: Xenophon, Memorabilia, ed. C. Hude ...
PhW 57, 1937, 145-147
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Hude, C./ Xenophon Memorabilia; \ A.1.d. /





Xenophon:

Memorabilia. Ed. on the basis of the Breitenbach-Mücke edition by Josiah Renick Smith.

New York : Arno Press, 1979. - XIX, 270 S. - (Greek texts and commentaries.).


Xenophon:

Erinnerungen an Sokrates. Hrsg. von Peter Jaerisch.

Darmstadt : Wiss. Buchges., 1977. - 392 S. - (Tusculum-Bücherei.)


Xenophon:

Erinnerungen an Sokrates. Griech.-dt. Hrsg. von Peter Jaerisch.

München u.a. : Artemis-Verl., 1987. - 408 S.: Ill. - (Sammlung Tusculum)


Waterfield, Robin:

Rez. A.L. Bonnette: Xenophon, Memorabilia. Translated and Annotated with an Introduction by C. Bruell. Pp. xxviii + 171. Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell

University Press (1994) & Rez. R.C. Bartlett: Xenophon, The Shorter Socratic Writings. Apology of Socrates to the Jury, Oeconomicus, and Symposium.

Translations, with Interpretive Essays and Notes. Pp. x + 201. Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell University Press (1996).

In: The Classical Review. Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 47 (1997), Heft 2. - S. 416-417.


Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen


Gray, Vivienne J.:
The framing of Socrates: the literary interpretation of Xenophon's Memorabilia.
Stuttgart : Steiner, 1998. - VI, 202 S. - (Hermes Einzelschriften; 79).


Usher, S.:
Rez. Vivienne J. Gray: The Framing of Socrates. The Literary Interpretation of Xenophon's Memorabilia. (Hermes Einzelschriften 79.). Pp. 202. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner (1998). In: The Classical Review (CR / ClRev). Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 49 (1999), Heft 2. - S. 370-371.


Masters, Jamie:
Rez. V. J. Gray: The Framing of Socrates: The Literary Interpretation of Xenophon's Memorabilia. (Hermes Einzelschriften 79). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag (1998). Pp. 202.
In: The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS / JHSt). (Published by the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies). - Bd. 120 (2000). - S. 162-163.


Goldhill, Simon:
Rez. Vivienne J. Gray, The Framing of Socrates: The Literary Interpretation of Xenophon's Memorabilia. Hermes Einzelschriften 79. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1998. Pp. 202. ISBN 3-515-07313-2
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 1998.12.08 (1998).



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2019.01.62

Thomas L. Pangle, The Socratic Way of Life: Xenophon's 'Memorabilia'.   Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2018.  Pp. xi, 288.  ISBN 9780226516899.  $35.00.  

Reviewed by Yun Lee Too (yunleetoo@yahoo.com)

http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2019/2019-01-62.html



Tp B II - 12
Bruell, Christopher:
Xenophon and his Socrates.
Interpretation 16, 1988-1989, 295-306
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Xenophon/ Sokrates; \ A.2.d.; D.2.; F.; APh 60, 5839. /


B `38, 2162
Simeterre, R.:
La théorie socratique de la vertu-science selon les `Memorables' de Xénophon.
Paris: Téqui 1938. pp. 79 (Textes et études d'histoire de la philos. 1,1.)
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokratik/ Ethik; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Memorabilien; Xenophon/ Sokratik Ethik; <> D.2.; A.2.d.


APh 45, p. 343
Berns, L.:
Socratic and non-Socratic philosophy. A note on Xenophon's Memorabilia, 1.1.13 and 14.
Review of Metaphysics 28, 1974-1975, 85-88
------------------------------------
3.2.3. s.v.; Vor-Sokratiker; Sokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Philosophie; Xenophon/ Mem. 1,1,13-14; \ D.2.; A.2.d. /


Zs 347; APh 46, p. 363
Rossetti, L.:
Due momenti della polemica fra Policrate e i socratici all'inizio del IV sec. a.C.
RCCM 16, 1974, 289-299
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Sokrates; 3.2.3. s.v.; Polykrates/ Katêgoría Sôkrátous; Sokrates; Antisthenes; 3.4. Libanios; Libanios/ Apol. Socr. 62; Hesiod/ Op. 311; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 1,2,19; Xenophon/ Polykrates Sophistes; \ D.2.; A.2.d.; 398-393 v.Chr.; /




Frisch, Magnus

Die Tollkühnheit, einen schönen Menschen zu küssen. Philosophische Ansätze bei der Textinterpretation am Beispiel von Xenophon, Memorabilia 1, 3, 8-15

AU (Der altsprachliche Unterricht) 57, Heft 5, 2014, pp. 42-49

Xenophontis Memorabilia; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; Xenophon/ mem. 1,3,8-15;



Nikolaïdoy-Kyrianidou, V.:

Prodicos et Xénophon, ou le choix d'Héraclès entre la tyrannie et la loyauté.

In: Kea - Kythnos: history and archeology. Proceedings of an international symposium Kea - Kythnos, 22 - 25 june 1994. L.G. Mendoni, A.J. Mazarakis Ainian.

Athens: Research Centre for Greek and Roman antiquity, National Hellenic research foundation; Dept. of History, Ionian university. (Meletemata. 27.). - 1998. - S. 81-98.

Xen. Mem. 2,1; Prodikos/ Xenophon;



B `35, 2297
Schmid, Wilhelm:
Zu Xenophon Mem. II 1,24.
PhW 55, 1935, 1438
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 2,1,24; \ A.2.d. /


ZZ 61/285
Diggle, James:
Xenophon, Memorabilia ii. 1. 24.
CR 17, 1967, 262
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Mem. 2,1,24; \ A.2.d.; (Textkritik) /



Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• Xenophon’s Conception of Friendship in Memorabilia 2.6 (with Reference to Plato’s Lysis), Melina Tamiolaki




Z 73; B `34, 1616
Béquignon, Y.:
rec.: Delatte, A., Le IIIe livre des Souvenirs de Xénophon ...
RevEA 36, 1934, 427-428
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 3; Delatte, A./ Xen., Mem. 3; \ A.2.d. /


B `34, 1616
Cataudella, Q.:
rec.: Delatte, A., Le IIIe livre des Souvenirs de Xénophon ...
BollFilCl 6, 1934, 5-7
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 3; Delatte, A./ Xen., Mem. 3; \ A.2.d. /


B `34, 1616
rec.: Delatte, A., Le IIIe livre des Souvenirs de Xénophon ...
BullBudéSupplCrit 6, 1934, 83-87
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 3; Delatte, A./ Xen., Mem. 3; \ A.2.d. /


B `35, 2289
Sopper, A.J. de:
rec.: Delatte, A., Le troisième livre des souvenirs socratique de Xénophon ...
Museum 42, 1934/35, 206-207
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 3; Delatte, A./ Xen. Mem. 3; \ A.2.d. /



Z 24
Wood, Neal:
Xenophon's Theory of Leadership.
C & M 25, 1964, 33 ff.
------------------------------------
3.2.3.; Führerschaft/ Xen.; 3.4. Aristoteles; Aristoteles/ Krieg; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Krieg; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Führerschaft; Xen. Cyr. 1,6,37-38; Xenophon/ Hipparch. 6,1; Xen. Mem. 3,1, 6-7; 4.3.5.1.1.; Xenophon/ Tyrannis; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /


B 67/156
Staveley, E. S.
Voting Procedure at the Election of Strategoi.
Aus: (Hg.): Ancient Society & Institutions. Studies presented to V. Ehrenberg on his 75th birthday [FS Ehrenberg]., Oxford 1966. pp. 275-288
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2.2.3.; Athen/ Wahlen; 2.2.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon [Ps-]/ Ath. pol. 22,2; Xenophon [Ps-]/ Ath. pol. 61,1; Xenophon/ Mem. 3,4,1; Plutarch/ Kimon 8,8; 4.3.2.1.; 4.3.7.1.; Strategos/ Athen; 4.6.2.1.; - E.1.; A.2.d.



ZZ 61/82; APh 48, 4549
Dull, C.J.:
Thucydides 1.113 and the leadership of Orchomenus.
CPh 72, 1977, 305-314
------------------------------------
2.2.3.3.; 2.2.6. s.v.; Boiotien; Orchomenos; Theben; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ 1,113; Hellenica Oxyrhynchia/ 2; Plutarch/ Ages. 19,2; Xenophon/ Mem. 3,5,4; 4.6.3.1.1. s.v.; Boiotischer Bund/ Führung; 5.4.2.3.2.; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; 447-431 v.Chr.; /




B `38, 2161; ZZ 62/325
Rudberg, G.:
Tempel und Altar bei Xenophon.
SyOsl 18, 1938, 1-8
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 3,8,8-10; Xenophon/ Sakralarch.; 4.5.3. s.v.; Tempel/ Xenophon; Altar/ Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; D.1. /



Jones, Russell E.; Sharma, Ravi

Virtue and Self-Interest in Xenophon's Memorabilia 3. 9. 4 - 5

Zeitschrift:

CQ (The Classical Quarterly), vol. 68, Heft 1, 2018, pp. 79-90

Abstract:

Are people at bottom motivated entirely by self-interest? Or do they act only sometimes out of self-interest, and sometimes for other reasons—say, to help out a friend for her own sake, with no expectation of being benefitted in return? Scholars have often thought they could discern in the works of classical Greek thinkers a commitment to psychological egoism, the thesis that one is motivated to act only by considerations of the expected benefits and harms that will accrue to oneself. For instance, a host of influential interpreters have taken Plato to be wedded to psychological egoism throughout his corpus. Often, the commitment is thought to run so deep that Plato rarely, if ever, manages to articulate it explicitly, let alone to examine it critically and defend it. That kind of approach obviously invites challenges, and lately there has been a small but growing resistance to the egoistic interpretation of Plato. The challenges are especially welcome given the general lack of support for psychological egoism in the present intellectual climate: egoistic readings have increasingly seemed to imply a crippling weakness in the Platonic system.

Deskriptoren: Xenophon Atheniensis hist. TLG 0032; Xenophontis Memorabilia; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Mem. 3,9,4-5;




APh 20, p. 199
Curtius, L.:
Miszellen zur Geschichte des griechischen Porträts.
MDAI(R) 59, 1944, 17-75
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 3,10; 5.1.3.1. s.v.; Portät, gr.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Kleiton/ Künstler; \ D.3.; A.2.d. /



I 5260; APh 47, 4607
Preisshofen, F.
Sokrates im Gespräch mit Parrhaisios und Kleiton.
Aus: Doering, K.; Kullmann, W. (Hg.): Studia Platonica. Festschr. H. Gundert zu seinem 65. ..., Amsterdam o.J.. pp. 21-40
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Kunst, bildende; 3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 3,10,1-8; 5.1.3.1.; 5.1.6.1. s.v.; Kunsttheorie, gr.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Kleiton; Parrhaisios; - A.2.d.; D.3.; APh 47, 11411. Klass.Phil.


Kurke, Leslie:
Inventing the Hetaira: Sex, Politics, and Discursive Conflict in Archaic Greece.
In: Classical Antiquity (CA). (University of California Press). - Bd. 16 (1997), Heft 1. - S. 106-150.
Abstract: According to Xenophon, the hetaira »gratified« her patron as a »philos«, participating in an aristcratic network of gift exchange (Xen. Mem. 3.11), while the »pornê«, as her name signified, trafficked in sex as a commodity. Recent writers on Greek prostitution have acknowledged that hetaira vs. pronê may be as much a discursive opposition as a real difference in status, but still, very little attention has been paid to the period of the »invention« of this binary. Hetaira meaning »courtesan« first occurs in Herodotus (2.134-35) and does not exist in Homer: hence, the conceptual category of the hetaira is an invention of the archaic period. What needs generated the constitution of this category ? And what conceptual »work« was the opposition hetaira-pornê doing in Greek culture in the period of its inception ? This paper addresses these questions through a reading of fragments of archaic lyric - predominantly those of Anakreon - as well as consideration of Attic vase painting. I suggest that the hetaira-pornê opposition participates in the overarching tension between the aristocratic symposium and the public sphere in archaic Greece. Oswyn Murray has suggested that the symposium constitutes itself as a kind of anti-city with its own rules and conventions. Part of the discursive exclusion of the public sphere is the complete suppression of the city's monetarizied economy from the domain of the aristocratic symposium, and it is this impulse to mystify economic relations for sex that generates the category of the hetaira within a framework of gift exchange. But if the motives for this discursive invention are economic, they are also (inextricably) political: the hetaira affirms and embodies the circulation of charis within a privileged elite, while the pornê figures the debased and promiscuous exchanges of the agora.



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2014.07.39
Olga Chernyakhovskaya, Sokrates bei Xenophon: Moral - Politik - Religion. Classica Monacensia, Bd 49.
T�bingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 2014. Pp. xii, 279. ISBN 9783823368632. �58.00 (pb).
Reviewed by Rainer Nickel, Waldeck (nickel.r@kabelmail.de)
"Es ist nur konsequent, dass Xenophon, der in seinen Memorabilien die �N�tzlichkeit� des Sokrates f�r seine Mitwelt beweisen wollte, den utilitaristischen Charakter der Freundschaft so stark betont. Denn wenn der gegenseitige Nutzen der entscheidende Zweck ist, Freundschaften zu schlie�en, ist jemand, der viele Freunde hat, vielen Menschen auch n�tzlich.
In diesem Zusammenhang befasst sich Chernyakhovskaya ausf�hrlich mit dem als Spudaiogelaion zu verstehenden Gespr�ch zwischen Sokrates und der sch�nen Het�re Theodote (
Mem. 3, 11). Hier wolle dieser auf scherzhaft-lockere Weise die �berlegenheit des Rationalen gegen�ber dem K�rperlichen demonstrieren. Das Gespr�ch ist als ein Duell der Sch�nheit (Theodote) mit dem Logos (Sokrates) zu verstehen: Theodote fordert Sokrates auf, m�glichst oft zu ihm zu kommen und ihr auf der Jagd nach Freunden zu helfen. Aber Sokrates � so behauptet er � hat keine Zeit: �Und dann sind da auch noch meine eigenen Freundinnen, die mich Tag und Nacht nicht fortgehen lassen . . .� Mit diesen �Freundinnen� sind � so Chernyakhovskaya � die �Freuden� gemeint, die der xenophontische Sokrates in dem lebenslangen Prozess seiner Selbstoptimierung empfindet (so u. a. auch Mem. 4, 8): es sind die Freuden bei der Anstrengung im Ringen um Arete und beim ununterbrochenen Training in Enkratie und Karterie. Diesen �Freundinnen� kann und will Sokrates nicht widerstehen; denn er ist von ihrer Magie bezaubert. Dass Chernyakhovskaya auf die zentrale Bedeutung des Theodote-Kapitels (Mem. 3, 11) für Xenophons Sokratesbild (und sein Selbstbild) hinweist, verdient besondere Erwähnung."
http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2014/2014-07-39.html



Azoulay, Vincent

Xenophon and the graces of power. A greek guide to political manipulation. Vincent Azoulay ; translated by Angela Krieger.

Swansea 2018 (Verlag: The Classical Press of Wales). pp. xi, 444Deskriptoren: Xenophon Atheniensis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/charis;

Table of contents: Chapter 6 CHARIS AND PHILIA: THE POLITICS OF FRIENDSHIP

(pp. 169-198): „This relationship of cause and effect is most fully expressed by Socrates in the Memorabilia, when he offers the courtesan Theodote the following precious advice (3.11.11)




APh 60, 5853; ZZ 61/315
Neitzel, Heinz:
Das System der sokratischen Erziehung im 4. Buch der Memorabilien Xenophons.
Gymnasium 96, 1989, 457-467
------------------------------------
3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Tugendlehre; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 4; Xenophon/ Sokrat. Erziehung; 4.1.4.1.1.; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /





Xenophontos, S.: ''Xenophon, Memorabilia IV.1.4-5''.

Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 192 (2014) 59–62







APh 60, 5854; Zs 150
Philips, John:
Xenophon's Memorabilia 4.2.
Hermes 117, 1989, 366-370
------------------------------------
3.2.3. s.v.; Hippias/ Platon; Hippias/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 4,2; Gerechtigkeit/ Xenophon; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Hippias Minor 363A-376B; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /



Oldfather, William Abbot

Xenophon's Memorabilia IV. 2. 10: γνωμονικός Σω.: Ἀλλὰ μὴ ἀρχιτέκτων βοὐλει γενέσται; γνωμονικου γὰρ ἀνδρὸς καὶ τουτο δει

CPh (Classical philology), 6, 1911, pp. 87-88

Xenophontis Memorabilia; Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Mem. 4,2,10



APh 19, p. 134
Gigante, M.:
Il frammento fiorentino di un dialogo politico.
Aegyptus 28, 1948, 195-198
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 4,4,15f; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Propaganda, antidemokratisch; 4.3.5.3.1.; 5.5.3.2.1. s.v.; BSAA XXVIII 133-134; \ D.5.; A.2.b.; A.2.d.; Durch Vgl. mit Xen. wird eutlich, daß es sich um ein antidemokrat. Pamphlet aus d. Zeit d. Krise des 4. Jh. v.Chr. handelt. /



B `36, 2405; Zs 470
Schmid, Wilhelm:
Xenophon Mem. IV 4, 17.
PhW 56, 1936, 31
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Mem. 4,4,17; \ A.2.d.; toi~s autoi~s <hypokritai~s> hê'dôntai ist zu lesen. /




Azoulay, Vincent

Xenophon and the graces of power. A greek guide to political manipulation. Vincent Azoulay ; translated by Angela Krieger.

Swansea 2018 (Verlag: The Classical Press of Wales). pp. Xi, 444

Deskriptoren: Xenophon Atheniensis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/charis;

Table of contents

FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 1 – CHARIS AND ITS CHALLENGES (pp. 21-50): „In the Memorabilia (4.4.19), Xenophon attributes a speech to Socrates in which the philosopher defines justice as the scrupulous respect for civic legislation.





Oikonomikos/ Oeconomicus

Bibliographie/Forschungsberichte

E b 75
Baloglou, Christos; Peukert, Helge:
Zum antiken ökonomischen Denken der Griechen (800 v.u.Z.-31 n.u.Z.). Eine kommentierte Bibliographie.
Marburg: Metropolis Verlag 1992. pp. 121
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4.2.2. Wirtschaft griech.; 3.2.2. Philosophie griech.; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Aristoteles; 3.4. Xenophon; 3.4. Thukydides; <> ISBN 3-926570-69-5
39/93 (13)


Textausgaben



APh 20, p. 138; ZZ 49/293
Castiglioni, L.:
rec.: Xénophon, Économique, éd. & trad. P. Chantraine, Paris 1949 (Coll. G. Budé.).
Gnomon 21, 1949, 339-342
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; Chantraine, P./ éd. Xen. Oikon.; \ A.1.d.; vgl. de Romilly, REG 1949, 475. /



B gr x 16-171
Xenophon, Oikonomikos:
Senofonte, L'Amministrazione della Casa.
a cura di Natali, Carlo con testo greco a fronte..
Venedig: Marsilio Editori 1988. 246 S.
ISBN 88-317-5073-9;
A.1.d. Autoren;
136/91(7)




Xenophon:
L' amministrazione della casa. Senofonte. A cura di Carlo Natali.
Venezia : Marsilio, 1989. - 246 S. - (Il convivio Letteratura universale Marsilio)
APh 59, 6240



ZZ 61/315; APh 49, 5093
Nickel, R.:
rec.: [Xenophon Atheniensis], Oikonomikos, Übers. & Komm. von Meyer, K. ...
Gymnasium 85, 1978, 273-275
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; Meyer, K.; \ A.1.d. /



R bgr x 16-180
Xenophon (Atheniensis):
Oeconomicus. (Griech./engl.)
A social and historical commentary. With a new English translation by Sarah B. Pomeroy..
Oxford: Clarendon Press 1994. 365 S.
ISBN 0-19-814082-7
R 58/94

Clark, Patricia A.:
Rez. Sarah B. Pomeroy, Editor and translator, Xenophon, Oeconomicus: A Social and Historical Commentary. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994. Pp. Xii + 388. ISBN 0-19-814082-7.
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 1995.03.32 (1995).


Pomeroy, Sarah B.:
Rez. Doty, Ralph: Xenophon, Oeconomicus 7 - 12. Edited with Introduction, Commentary and Vocabulary. London: Bristol Classical Press (1994).
In: The Classical Review (CR / ClRev). Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 46 (1996), Heft 1. - S. 155.



Anderson, John Kinloch:

Rez. Audring: Xenophon, Ökonomische Schriften. Berlin: Akademie (1992).

In: The Journal of Hellenic Studies. (Published by the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies). - Bd. 114 (1994). - S. 210.


Textgeschichte/ Überlieferungsgeschichte


Pap 17,68; APh 46, p. 363
Lenaerts, J.:
Un papyrus de l'Économique de Xénophon.
CE 49, 1974, 354-355
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikon. 18,9; 5.5. s.v.; P. Tebt. 682; \ A.2.d. /



Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen

B `37, 2369
Caster, M.
Sur l'`Économique' de Xénophon.
Aus: (Hg.): MelDesr, [1937]. pp. 49-57
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; - A.2.d.




APh 45, p. 343
Brague, R.:
Oikonomía et enkrateía. A propos du commentaire de Leo Strauss sur l'Économie de Xénophon.
ArchPhilos 37, 1974, 275-290
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3.2.3. s.v.; oikonomía/ Xenophon; enkrateía/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; Strauss, L./ Xénophon Économie; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /



Tp D I - 4
Descat, Raymond:
Aux origines de l'oikonomía grecque.
QUCC no. 57, 1988, 103-119
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2.2.3.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3.; Antisthenes; Perikles/ exemplum/ oik.; Kyros d.Ä./ exemplum/ oik.; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Ps. Plat., Hipparch; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; 4.1.1.4.1.; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; techné; kérdos; philokerdés; 4.2.2.; 4.2.7.1.; 5.8. s.v.; oikonomía; oikonomikós; oikonómos; Phokylides/ fr. 2 Gent.Pr.; Aischylos/ Agam. 155; Lysias/ 1,7; Sophokles/ El. 192; \ D.5.; /



APh 46, p. 363
Nicolosi, C.
Sulla data di pubblicazione dell'Economico di Senofonte.
Aus: (Hg.): Studi classici in onore di Q. Cataudella. T. II., Catania 1972. pp. 51-58
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikon., Datierung; - A.2.d.


R bgr x 16-411
Novo, Sandra Taragna:
Economia ed etica nell' economico di Senofonte.
Turin: G. Giappichelli 1968. pp. 125 (Filologia Classica e Glottologia, Vol. III)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oeconomicus; 4.1.3.1. Selbstverständnis, griech.; Ethik; 4.2.2. Wirtschaft, griech.; <>
R 67/94 (13)



Tp A I - 9
Albafull, Nuria:
rec.: Taragna Novo, S., Economia ed etica nell'Economico di Senofonte. Torino 1968.
BIEH 9, 1975, 116-118
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; Taragna Novo, S./ Economia Etica Economico Senofonte; \ A.2.d.; D.2.; APh 47, 4609. / (2)



APh 58, 5103
Pomeroy, Sarah P.:
The Persian king and the queen bee.
AAPhA , 1987, 74 Summary in
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2.1.4. Perserreich; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Oikonomikos; 4.3.5.1.1. s.v.; Herrscherideal; Bienenkönigin; Reich; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren / 5



APh 60, 5840
Davies, David Oliver:
The education of Socrates in Xenophon's Oeconomicus.
Ann Arbor: UMI 1989. pp. 259 (Diss. State Univ. of New York at Buffalo 1989.)
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; Xenophon/ Sokrates; <> A.2.d.; D.2.; Summary: DA 50, 1989, 942A-943A.



R bgrx 16-255
Davies, David Oliver:
The Education of Socrates in Xenophon's "Oeconomicus".
Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI 1992. pp. 251 (Diss. Univ. of New York at Buffalo 1988.)
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3.2.3.; Kaloskagathos/ Sokrates; Kyros d.Gr./ Xen. Oik.; exemplum/ Kyros d.Gr.; 3.4. Aristophanes; Aristophanes/ Sokrates; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; Xenophon/ Sokrates; 4.1.4.1.1.; <> D.2.; A.2.d.; Order No. 8913507.
[R 44/92]


Marein, M.F. :
Le travail de la terre et ses techniques à travers l'Économique de Xénophon.
In: Bulletin de l'Association Guillaume Budé. (Paris). - Bd. 3 (1997). - S. 189-209.


Tp P II - 7
Roscalla, Fabio:
Influssi Antistenici nell'Economico di Senofonte.
Prometheus 16, 1990, 207-216
------------------------------------
3.2.3.; Antisthenes/ Nachwirkung; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Antisthenes; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; \ A.2.d.; D.2. / (3+2)



Tirelli, Aldo:
"Una moglie come si deve". Lo statuto della gyne nell' Economico di Senofonte.
Napoli : Arte Tipografica, 2001. - 92 S. - (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità ; 27)



Tp M I - 14
Murnaghan, Sheila:
How a woman can be more like a man. The dialogue between Ischomachus and his wife in Xenophon's Oeconomicus.
Helios 15, 1988, 9-22
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/Frauen; 3.2.3. s.v.; sôphrosynê; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Oikonomikos; Ischomachos; 4.1.1.4.1.; oikonomía; areté; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Reichtum; 4.1.4.4.1.; Dialog; 4.3.5. s.v.; Polis/ Analog. oikos; oikos/ Analog. Polis; Staatsideal; Lysias/ 1,7; \ A.2.d. 0442; D.5.; / (8+4)



E w 70
Audring, Gert
Über Grundeigentum und Landwirtschaft in der Krise der athenischen Polis.
Aus: Welskopf, Elisabeth Charlotte (Hg.): Hellenische Poleis. Krise - Wandlung - Wirkung. Bd. I, Darmstadt 1974. pp. 108-131
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2.2.3.3. 478-432; 2.2.3.4. 431-404; 2.2.3.5. 404-338; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; 4.1.1.1.1. Oberschicht, gr.; Großgrundbesitzer; 4.1.1.3.1. Volk, gr.; Kleinbauern; 4.2.7.1. Landwirtschaft, gr.; - C.2.



Plácido Suárez, Domingo:
La dépendance dans l' Économique de Xénophon.
Besançon : Presses Univ. Franc-Comtoises, 2001. - 140 S. : graph. Darst. - (Index thématique des références à l'esclavage et à la dépendance ; 8 : Esclaves et affranchis en Grèce).



APh 46, p. 363
Picard, O.:
Hippias et les premières chouettes athéniennes.
RN 16, 1974, 151-154
------------------------------------
2.2.3.1.; Athen/ Geld; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikon. 2,2,4b; 4.2.4.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Hippias; \ A.2.c. Numismatik; A.2.d.; / 2



Zs 347; APh 46, p. 83
Caria, F. de:
Cicerone C.M. 79-81 e Senofonte Cyr. VIII,7,17 e Cic. C.M. 59 e Sen. Oec. IV,20,25.
RCCM 16, 1974, 321-336
------------------------------------
3.1. s.v.; Übersetzung; 3.4. Cicero; Cicero/ C.M. 59; Cicero/ C.M. 79-81; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 8,7,17; Xenophon/ Oikon. 4,20,25; \ A.2.d. / 3


APh 18, p. 107; ZZ 63/298
Chantraine, P.:
Economique VIII,19.
RPh 73, 1947, 46-48
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3.2.3.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikon. 8,19; Xenophon/ Platon; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Hippias Maior 288d; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /



Xénophon et la rhétorique

(dir.) Pierre Pontier

ISBN : 978-2-84050-924-0

Date de publication : 10/05/2014 / Format : 160 x 240 / Nombre de pages : 380 (Hellenica)

Première partie



APh 20, p. 138
Chantraine, P.
Pétrins ou baquets?
Aus: (Hg.): Mélanges d'Archéologie et d'Histoire offerts à Ch. Picard., Paris 1949. pp. 162-165 (RA 29-32.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikon. 9,7; Xenophon/ Nachwirkung; Cicero/ Xenophon; Columella/ De re rust. 12,3,1ff; 4.1.4.4.1 s.v.; Badewanne/ máktra; 5.8. s.v.; máktra/ Badewanne; - A.2.d.; D.3.



Tp C II - 6
Colaizzo, Maria:
Per l'esegesi di Callimaco, IA. V 26-29.
AFLN 17, 1974-1975, 65-69
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3.2.1.; 3.2.3.; Philodemos/ parrhêsía; Paideia; 3.4. Kallimachos; Kallimachos/ IA. 5,26-29; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikon. 13,7-8 ; 4.1.4.1.1.; 5.8.; kybistáô; \ D.3.; A.2.d.; APh 47, 885. / (7+3)






Symposion/ Trinkgelage

Forschungsberichte

Tp G I - 6
Gallardo, Dolores:
Estado actual de los estudios sobre los simposios de Platón, Jenofonte y Plutarco.
CFC 3, 1972, 127-191
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3.4. Platon; Platon/ Symposion; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Symposion; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symposion; Symposienliteratur; \ D.2. /

Textausgaben

B gr x 16-175
Xenophon Atheniensis:
Das Gastmahl. Griech.-dt. übers. & hrsg. von Staerk, E.
Stuttgart: Reclam 1986. 127 S.
(Universal-Bibl. 2056.)
A.1.a.; APh 57, 5179.

Beetham, Frank:
Rez. A.J. Bowen (ed., trans.): Xenophon: Symposium (Classical Texts). Pp. viii + 146. Warminster: Aris & Phillips (1998).
In: The Classical Review. Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 50 (2000), Heft 1. - S. 281.


Huß, Bernhard:
Xenophons Symposion. Ein Kommentar. Teilw. zugl.: München, Univ., Diss.
Stuttgart; Leipzig : Teubner, 1999. - 493 S. - (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde; 125).

Leppin, Hartmut:
Rez. Bernhard Huss, Xenophons Symposion. Ein Kommentar. BzA 125. Stuttgart and Leipzig: 1999. Pp. 493. ISBN 3-519-07674-8.
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 2000.04.10 (2000).

Textgeschichte/ Überlieferungsgeschichte

Pap 17,68; APh 49, 5103
Lenaerts, J.:
Un nouveau papyrus du Banquet de Xénophon (P. Mon. Gr. Inv. 160).
CE 53, 1978, 131-132
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symposion; 5.5.3.2.1. s.v.; P. Mon. Gr. Inv. 160; 5.6.1.; \ A.1.d.; 275 n.Chr./ ff; UB. /



Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen

Stanzel, Karl-Heinz:
Xenophontische Dialogkunst. Sokrates als Gesprächsführer im Symposion.
In: Gymnasium. Zeitschrift für Kultur der Antike und humanistische Bildung. (Heidelberg). - Bd. 104 (1997). - S. 399-412.

Huß, Bernhard:
The dancing Sokrates and the laughing Xenophon, or The other Symposium.
In: American Journal of Philology (AJPh). (Baltimore). - Bd. 120 (1999). - S. 381-409.



B `35, 2290
Fritz, Kurt von:
Antisthenes und Sokrates in Xenophons Symposion.
RhM 84, 1935, 19-45
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3.2.3. s.v.; Sokrates/ Xen. Sym.; Antisthenes/ Xen. Sym.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symposion; \ A.2.d.; D.2. / 2



Zs 470; B `34, 1619
Gemoll, Wilh.:
Der Eros in den Symposien Xenophons und Platons.
PhW 54, 1934, 30-32
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2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3. s.v.; Eros; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Symp., Eros; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symp., Eros; \ A.2.d.; D.2. / 2



Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• Socrates Erotikos: Mutuality, Role Reversal and Erotic Paideia in Xenophon’s and Plato’s Symposia, Francesca Pentassuglio



Tp H I - 12
Herter, Hans:
Pocula rorantia. Zu Xenophon, Symp. 2,26 und Cicero, Cato mai. 46.
Athena 73-74, 1972-1973, 687-701
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symp. 2,26; 3.4. Cicero; Cicero/ C.M. 46; Cicero/ Xenophon; 4.1.4.3.1. s.v.; Symposion; 5.1.5.1. s.v.; Trinkgefäß; 5.8. s.v.; bombyliós; kôthôn; cothonium; poculum rorans; Cicero/ Cato mai. 59; Xenophon/ Oikon. 4,20-25; Xenophon/ Nachwirkung; \ A.2.d.; D.4.; D.3.; APh 46, p. 85. /

APh 17, p. 110; ZZ 62/135
Daux, G.:
Sur quelques passages du Banquet de Platon.
REG , 1942, 236-271
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3.2.3.; 3.4. Aristophanes; Sokrates/ Aristophanes; Platon/ Aristophanes; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Symposion; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symp., Platon; Xenophon/ Symp. 8,34-35; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 2,12-14; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /








5. Sonstige Schriften

Agesilaos

Anabasis

Hellenika

Hipparchikos

Kynegetikos

Kyrupädie

Lakedaimonion Politeia

Peri hippikes

Poroi





Agesilaos

R bgrx 16-90
Luppino Manes, Emma:
L' Agesilao di Senofonte. Tra Commiato ed Encomio.
Milano: Jaca Book 1992. pp. 202 (Edizione Universitarie Jaca. 86.); (Ricerche di Storia Antica dell'Univ. Cattolica. Commenti. 5.)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 4.1.3.1.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; 4.3.2.2.; 4.3.5.1.1.; <> A.1.d.; ISBN 88-16-95086-2; Einleitung, Text, ital. Übersetzung & Kommentar zu Xen. Ag.; Bibliographie: 187ff. Stellenindex: 195ff.
[R 63/92]



APh 47, 4614
Wieczorek, R.:
Xenophon's Agesialus. A collation, stemma and critical text.
Iowa City: 1975. pp. 129 (Diss. Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City 1975)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; <> A.1.d.; DA 36, 1976, 8040A.


Sorum, C. E.:
The authorship of the Agesilaos.
PP 39, 1984, 264ff
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3.4. Xenophon;2.2.3.5.;3.2.2.; \ APh 56, 5355; /



Luppino Manes, E.:
L' Agesilao di Senofonte tra encomio e commiato.
MGR 16, 1991, 133-163
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 5.2.2.1.; Agesilaos II. v. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; \ F.; A.2.d.; Q: Ragone, MGR 20, 1996, 22 /



Noël, Marie-Pierre

Enkomion ou epainos? Définitions et usages de l' éloge dans l' Evagoras d' Isocrate et l' Agésilas de Xénophon

Aus: Xénophon et la rhétorique. Éd. par Pierre Pontier. Paris: Presses de l' université Paris – Sorbonne. 2014. pp. 253-268

3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Agesilaos; Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; 3.4. Isokrates; Isokrates/Euagoras; Ekomion; epainos;


Sp L II - 2
Lins, Hermann:
Kritische Betrachtung der Feldzüge des Agesilaos in Kleinasien.
Halle (Saale): Buchdruckerei Hohmann 1914. pp. 57 (Diss. Halle/ Saale 1914.)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Agesilaos; 3.2.2.; Hellenika Oxyrhynchia/ Agesilaos; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; 4.6.1.2.1.; Agesilaos/ Kleinasienfeldzug; Schlacht/ Paktolos; <> C.1.a.; G.3.; A.2.d.
[A 1810/63]




ZZ 63/298; APh 45, p. 343
Berthiaume, G.:
Helléniques III,4,17 et le sens du terme chalkeús à l'époque classique.
RPh 48, 1974, 304-307
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,4,17; Xenophon/ Ages. 1,26; 4.2.6.1. s.v.; Schmiedehandwerk; Metallverarbeitung; 5.8. s.v.; chalkeús; sidereús; \ C.2.; A.2.d. / 2



ZZ 71/271
Nellen, Dieter:
Zur Darstellung der Schlacht bei Sardes in den Quellen.
AncSoc 3, 1972, 45-
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2.1.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 3.2.2.; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ 14,80,2-4; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Hell. 3,4,21-25; Xen. Ages. 1,29ff; 3.4. Pausanias; Paus. 3,9,6; 3.4. Plutarch; Plut. Ages. 10,1-4; 3.4. Nepos; Nep. Ages. 3,4f; 4.6.1.2.1.; Schlacht/ Sardes; 5.2.2.1.; Agesilaos/ RE 2; 5.5.3.2.1.; Hell. Oxy. 6,4-6; Xen. Hell. 3,4,22f [p.49]; Xen. Hell. 4,5,3 [p.49]; Xen. Hell. 5,4,50f [p.50]; Xen. Hell. 4,3,19 [p.50]; Xen. Hell. 3,4,21 [p.51]; D.Sic. 14,80,2 [p.51]; Xen. Hell. 3,4,24 [p.52]; Hell. Oxy. 6,6 [p.53]; \ G.3.; A.2.d.; 395 v.Chr.; Unterschiedl Darst. Folge der Agesialos-Verherrlichung Xen.'s. / (13+3)



APh 59, 6256
Nesselrath, Heinz-Günther:
Ein Textproblem in Xenophons Agesilaos.
RhM 131, 1988, 46-51
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Ages. 2,11; Interpolation; \ / 3



4° ZZ 86/92
Cressey, C.J.:
Two notes on Xenophon. Agesilaus 6.7 & 11.15.
LCM 11, 1986, 109
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; \ A.2.d. /

APh 58, 5099
Gray, Vivienne J.:
A reply to C.J. Cressey, Two notes on Xenophon. Agesilaos 6.7 and 11.15.
LCM 12, 1987, 156-157
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3.4. Xenophon;
Xenophon/Ages. 6,7.11,15; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /




Z 18; APh 18, p. 195
Hatzfeld, J.:
Agésilas et Artaxerxès II.
BCH 70, 1946, 238-246
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2.1.4.; Artaxerxes II./ Achämenide; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Persien; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Ages. 8,3ff; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Apopht. Lac. 213d; Plutarch/ Ages. 23; Aelian/ VH 10,20; 4.1.3.1. Verh. z.; Barbaren; 4.6.1.1.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos/ Diplomatie; \ C.1.a.; A.2.d.; F. /



4° ZZ 86/92
Cressey, C.J.:
Two notes on Xenophon. Agesilaus 6.7 & 11.15.
LCM 11, 1986, 109
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; \ A.2.d. /



APh 58, 5099
Gray, Vivienne J.:
A reply to C.J. Cressey, Two notes on Xenophon. Agesilaos 6.7 and 11.15.
LCM 12, 1987, 156-157
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3.4. Xenophon;
Xenophon/Ages. 6,7.11,15; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /




Anabasis

Textausgaben


ZZ 61/315; APh 45, p. 343
Erbse, H.:
rec.: Xenophon, Expeditio Cyri (Anabasis), ed. Hude, C., ed. corr. Peters J., Leipzig 1972 (Bibl. script. Graec. et Rom. Teubneriana. 19.)
Gymnasium 81, 1974, 429-431
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Peters, J./ Xen., An., ed. Hude corr.; \ A.1.d.; vgl. RSC 21, 1973, 314 d'Agostino. /



APh 49, 5089
Cataudella:
rec.: Xenophon Atheniensis, Expeditio Cyri. Anabasis, ed. Hude, C. ...
Sileno 2, 1976, 158-159
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Hude, C.; \ A.1.d. /



Mather, Maurice W.; Hewitt, Joseph William:

Xenophon's Anabasis, books one to four. Ed., with an introd., notes and vocabulary. Maurice W. Mather; Joseph W. Hewitt.

Norman, Okla. : Univ. of Oklahoma Pr., 1979. - 516 S.: Ill.


I x 11
Xenophon:
Anabasis.
Griech.-engl. Ed. Charleton L. Brownson. Buch I-VII..
London: Heinemann 1980. 625 S.
(Loeb Classical Library. 90.)
(3) 39/84


Xenophon:

Anabasis. Der Zug der Zehntausend; Griechisch-deutsch. Hrsg. von Walter Müri. Bearb. und mit einem Anh. vers. von Bernhard Zimmermann.

Darmstadt : Wiss. Buchges., 1990. - 515 S.


Xenophon:

Des Kyros Anabasis. Der Zug der Zehntausend. Hrsg. von Helmuth Vretska.

Stuttgart : Reclam, 1983. - 308 S. - (Universal-Bibliothek; 1184).



Des Kyros Anabasis : der Zug der Zehntausend / Xenophon. Übers., Einl. und Anm. von Helmuth Vretska


Erbse, Hartmut:

Rez. Otto Lendle: Kommentar zu Xenophons Anabasis (Bücher 1-7). Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (1995), XXX, 523 S.

In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. - Bd. 70 (1998), Heft 6. - S. 484-490.


Helm, Rudolf:

Griechischer Anfangskursus. Übungsbuch zur ersten Einf. Erwachsener ins Griechische bes. für Universitätskurse. Nebst Präparationen zu Xenophon An. I u. Homer Od. IX.

Leipzig : Teubner, 1933. - IV, 80 S., 5 Bl


Texgeschichte


Harstad, Michael J.:

Collation and analysis of Urbinus Graecus 94, a manuscript of Xenophon's "Anabasis". St.Louis, Mo., Univ., Diss., 1979.

Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1982. - IV, 299.


APh 17, p. 182
Svensson, A.:
Die Wiener Handschrift zu Xenophons Anabasis.
Lund: Gleerup 1940. pp. 51
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anab., Textüberlieferung; <> A.2.d.


Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen


Michael A. Flower, Xenophon's Anabasis, or the Expedition of Cyrus. Oxford approaches to classical literature.  
Oxford; New York:  Oxford University Press, 2012.  Pp. xvi, 242.  ISBN 9780195188684.
Reviewed by John Dillery, University of Virginia (jdd4n@virginia.edu)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2014.03.54 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2014/2014-03-54.html

„... This is such a good book on so many levels. Michael Flower has written a book that is precisely a ‘clear, lively, and reliable account based on the most up-to-date scholarship’ (Editor’s Foreword p.vii) on an important but strangely understudied text from Antiquity: Xenophon’s Anabasis. It is deeply insightful and fairly sparkles on every page with apposite and often novel interpretations that shed light where there was darkness ... In short, this book is a triumph and should be read by anyone interested in Xenophon, the Anabasis, or the interpretative complexities of ‘the most important autobiographical narrative to have survived from ancient Greece’ (p.4).“


Eric Buzzetti, Xenophon The Socratic Prince: The Argument of the Anabasis of Cyrus. Recovering Political Philosophy.   New York:  Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.  Pp. xii, 337.  ISBN 9781137333308.

Reviewed by Sven Günther, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2015.04.19

... konzentriert sich Buzzetti auf die sokratischen Elemente wie die religiöse Dimension der Anabasis. Er nutzt hierbei explizit die „esoterische“ Methode des Philosophen Leo Strauss (vgl. S. 7-10), der hinter und zwischen dem xenophontischen Text die eigentlich wahren Aussagen Xenophons versteckt sah … So sieht Buzzetti auch in der Anabasis eine dahinterliegende philosophische Konzeption verborgen, die sowohl die politisch-moralische Ebene in Form der tugendgeleiteten Führungsverantwortung als auch den erzieherischen Aspekt hin zu einer sokratischen Lebensweise umfaßt … Im ersten Buch, in dem überhaupt nur der jüngere Kyros vorkommt, gehe es um die Verbindung von Noblem und Gutem in einem König, der sich selbst als gottgleich geriere und daher scheitere; umgekehrt sei das allzu fromme Verhalten des nachfolgenden Anführers Klearchos im zweiten Buch ebenfalls zum Scheitern verurteilt; erst im dritten Buch manifestiere sich eine dauerhafte und erfolgreiche Führung mit Xenophon, der mit seiner auf Praxis adaptierten sokratischen Lebensweise die transzendenten Tugenden auf die Erde und damit in die Realität hole. Die einzelnen Tugenden (Frömmigkeit, Mut, Gerechtigkeit, Dank(barkeit), Liebe) seien dann jeweils in den Büchern drei bis sieben des Werkes schwerpunktmäßig behandelt. ...

Cinzia Bearzot, rec. Eric Buzzetti: Xenophon the Socratic Prince … sehepunkte Ausgabe 15 (2015), Nr. 4 - http://www.sehepunkte.de/2015/04/25850.html

Chiudo con un'ultima osservazione di carattere metodologico. Buzzetti, convinto che alcune questioni testuali vadano risolte alla luce del messaggio esoterico dell'autore, discute una serie di emendazioni. Ora, che (per esempio) Senofonte scriva "arcieri sciti" intendendo però "arcieri cretesi" (III, 4, 15), e che deformi deliberatamente antroponimi e toponimi a scopo allusivo, suscita qualche perplessità. Ma, in ogni caso, non credo possibile discutere di emendazioni e di critica del testo sulla base di una traduzione inglese e di translitterazioni.



Rijksbaron, A.:
De Xenophonfabriek. Honderdvijftig jaar schoolcommentaren op de Anabasis.

In: Lampas. Tijdschrift voor nederlandse classici. (Zwolle). - Bd. 34 (2001). - S. 114-139.



Bonner, Robert Johnson

The Name "Ten Thousand"

CPh (Classical philology), 5, Heft 1, 1910, pp. 97-99

Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; Xenophontis Anabasis; Zehntausend; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Söldner



APh 46, p. 364
Strauss. L.:
Xenophon's Anabasis.
Interpretation 4, 1975, 117-147
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; \ A.2.d. /



D 15 826/800
Strecker, Wilhelm:
Über den Rückzug der Zehntausend. Eine Studie.
Steindr.-Berlin: Mittler 1886. pp. 29
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Zehntausend; 2.2.3.5.; 2.1.4.; <> A.2.d.
[a 56. 7576/5]


APh 18, p. 108; Zs 227
Prentice, W. K.:
Themistogenes of Syracuse. An error of copyist.
AJPh , 1947, 73-77
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,1,2; Xenophon/ Themistogenes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Themistogenes von Syrakus/ Xen. an.; \ A.2.d.; Lies: themistôs henì tôn Kyreíôn gégraptai. Name des bis dahin unbekannten Themistogenes entstanden durch den Fehler eines Kopisten. /


Tp D I - 7
Delebecque, Edouard
Notes sur l' "Anabase".
Aus: Lettres d'humanité VI., Paris 1947. pp. 41-101.
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; 4.1.3.1.; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Zehntausend/ Zug der; - A.2.d.; G.3.; APh 18, p. 107: Les Dix Milles sont une troupe sans ame lancée par l'appat du gain dans une expédtion souvent dangereuse où les soucis matériels l'emportent sur les sentiments élevés. Si ells réussit à s'en tirer, c'est parce qu'elle sort lentement de l'indiscipline pour accepter le principe d'autorité, qui manque à la patrie athénienne.


APh 18, p. 107; ZZ 62/135
Delebecque, E.:
Xénophon, Athènes et Lacédémone. Notes sur la composition de l'Anabase.
REG , 1946-47, 71-138
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Propaganda/ Xenophon/ Anab.; \ A.2.d. /


Tuplin, Christopher:
On the track of the ten thousand

In: Revue des Études Anciennes. (Annales de l'Université Michel de Montaigne - Bordeaux III.). - Bd. 101 (1999), Heft 3-4. - S. 331-366.

Abstract: This paper reviews P. Briant (ed.), Dans les Pas des Dix Mille (Toulouse 1996), the published proceedings of the 1995 Toulouse conference on Xenophon's Anabasis. Each paper is discussed in varying detail. Topics raised include greco-barbarian differentiae, Xenophon's reactions to and descriptions of eastern landscape and cities, problems of topography, toponymy and settlement-pattern in the Euphrates valley, North Babylonia, Assyria and Armenia, the size, payment and speed of travel of Cyrus' army, the overall chronology of the trip, and the nature of the stone-monument on Mt Thekes.


Baebler, Balbina:

Rez. Pierre Briant (ed.), Dans les pas des Dix-Mille: Peuples et pays du Proche-Orient vus par un Grec, Actes de la Table Ronde internationale, organisée à l'initiative du GRACO, Toulouse, 3 - 4 février 1995. Toulouse: Presses universitares du Mirail, 1995. Pp. 302.

In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 1998.05.15 (1998).



Robin Waterfield, Xenophon's Retreat: Greece, Persia and the End of the Golden Age.  
Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 2006.  
Pp. xiv, 248.  ISBN 978-0-674-02356-7.
Reviewed by Lee T. Pearcy, The Episcopal Academy and Bryn Mawr College (lpearcy@ea1785.org)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2007.07.41 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2007/2007-07-41.html
The Anabasis is a good place to begin understanding the Greek and thus Western way of inventing the East and defining ourselves through contrast, and sometimes conflict, with it. Waterfield's book is a good place to begin understanding the Anabasis.



Carena, C.:
Anabasi e Ciropedia.
Torino: 1962.
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Cyrup.;



R bgrx 16-265
Dillery, John David:
Xenophon's historical perspectives.
[Ann Arbor]: UMI [1989]. pp. v, 297 (Diss. The Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor 1989)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Kleinasien; 3.2.2.; Digression; Rede; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.1.3.1.; eusebeía; <> A.2.d.; D.1.; Order No. 9001619. DA L 1989-1990 2478A.
[R 14/93] (9+2)



gri900x522:q/d45
Dillery, John:
Xenophon and the History of His Times.
London & New York: Routledge 1995. pp. xii,337
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3.4. Xenophon; 2.2.3.5.; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ politische & soziale Ansichten; 4.1.3.1.; 2.2.3.4.; Imperialismus/ Xen.; Utopie/ Xen.; Panhellenismus/ Xen.; Xenophon/ Anabasis/ Utopie; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; Paktolos/ Schlacht am; 5.2.2.1.; Jason von Pherai/ Xen.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Hegemonie; Phleious/ Xen.; Dreißig/ Athen/ Xen.; Triakonta/ Athen/ Xen.; Mnasippos/ Xen.; Iphikrates/ Xen.; Idealstaat/ Xen.; 4.5.3.; Xenophon/ Religion; Xen. Mem. 1,4; Xen. Mem. 4,3; Xen. Hell. 5; Korinthischer Krieg/ Kleinasien; <> A.2.d.; ISBN 0-415-09139-X; (Bibliography: 298ff.; Indices: 319ff.)


Laforse, Bruce:
Xenophon's Clearchus.
In: Syllecta Classica. A Publication of the Classics Department at the University of Iowa. (2000). - S. 74-88.


Z 36
Brown, Tuesdell S.:
Menon of Thessaly.
Historia 35, 1986, 387-404
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2.2.3.4. 431-404; 2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.6. einzelne griech. Städte außerh. Griechenl. (Thessalien); 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Menon v. Thessalien; 3.4. Ktesias; 3.4. Platon; 4.6.1.2. Kriegführung/Verhalten im Krieg; 4.6.2. Heerwesen; Organisation; 5.2.2.1. Prosopographie Einzelpersonen \ G.2.; F.; A.2.d.; /



Nielsen, Thomas Heine:
Xenophon's use of the word Polis in the Anabasis.
In: Further studies in the ancient Greek Polis. Pernille Flensted-Jensen (Ed.). Stuttgart: Steiner. (Historia. Einzelschriften. 138.). - 2000. - S. 133-139.


APh 48, 5549
Lifshitz, B.:
Notes philologiques et épigraphiques.
SCI 2, 1975, 97-109
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Xenophon/ An., diábasis; 2.5.1.2.1. s.v.; Ostia/ Inschr., jüd.; 5.1.5.2. s.v.; Sarkophag/ Caesarea; 5.3.2. s.v.; IGBulg., N. 12 ter; Thessalien/ Epitaph; 5.3.3. s.v.; Weihinschrift/ Julian Apostata, für; 5.4.2.1.2. s.v.; Agrippa I./ Münze des; 5.8. s.v.; kóthornos; diábasis; \ A.1.a.; A.2.d. /


B `38, 3185; Zs 228
Plumpe, J. C.:
Cyrus the Younger and the size of Xerxes' army.
ClJ 33, 1937/38, 422-425
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2.1.4.; Xerxes/ Achämenide; 2.2.3.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Perserkriege/ Xerxes Heer Größe; 4.6.2.; \ G.3. /


Schmitt, Rüdiger:
Die iranischen und Iranier-Namen in den Schriften Xenophons.
Wien : Verl. der Österr. Akad. der Wiss., 2002. - 175 S. - (Sitzungsberichte / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse ; 692).


Z 36
Roy, J.:
The Mercenaries of Cyrus
Historia 16, 1967, 287-323
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2.2.3.4. 431-404; 2.2.3.5. 404-338; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; 4.6.1. Kriegführung; 4.6.2. Heerwesen; Söldner; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Kyros d.J.; \ G.2. /



STOLL, OLIVER: Gemeinschaft in der Fremde: Xenophons „Anabasis“ als Quelle zum Söldnertum im Klassischen Griechenland?

Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft 5 (2002) 123-183

http://www.gfa.d-r.de/5-02/stoll.pdf



Dalby, Andrew

Greeks abroad: social organisation and food among the Ten Thousand

JHS (The journal of Hellenic studies), 112 (1992), 16-30

Xenophon Atheniensis hist.; Xenophontis Anabasis; Ernährung&Küchenwesen; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Anabasis; Zehntausend;

This study of the Ten Thousand on their way home will consider, with regard to some important aspects of their social behaviour, whether they were adopting and adapting the Greek city way of life, or that of a mercenary army, and whether other possible models may help us to understand their problems and their success.

The Ten Thousand had been part of an army and many of them would form part of one again. The assumption that in the meanwhile they were really just like an army justifies the space given to them by Parke, by Marinovich and by Griffith in books which are studies of Greek mercenary warfare. Of course the men's aim when they were Cyrus's mercenaries (like the aims of other mercenaries) had been to follow what instructions had come to them from above and to take home, individually, what pay and profit they could. But once Cyrus was killed they were no longer mercenaries nor employed by any authority, and their aim, decided by themselves, was to find a way home. Their entirely different status, and their ability to succeed in these new circumstances, mean that it is unwise in investigating the patterns of behaviour either of mercenaries or of the Ten Thousand to assume without question that the two patterns will be the same.

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-hellenic-studies/article/greeks-abroad-social-organisation-and-food-among-the-ten-thousand1/3D73F0CA22D2A824392AFA559F22FD77




APh49, 5104
Manfredi, V.:
Proposte per una revisione itineraria e per un commento topografico dell'Anabasi di Senofonte.
Aevum 52, 1978, 62-67
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; 4.1.4.2.1. s.v.; Geographie, antike; Xenophon/ Topographie; Topographie/ Xen. an.; \ A.2.d.; B.3. /


APh 58, 5101
Manfredi, V.:
La strada dei diecimila. Topografia e geografia dell'Oriente di Senofonte.
Milano: Jaca 1986. pp. 282 Ric. dell'Ist. di sior. ant. dell'Univ. cattol. 20.
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2.1.2.; 2.1.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Anabasis; Topographie; Geographie; 4.1.4.2.1.; 4.6.1.2.1.; <> A.2.d. Studien über Autoren; rec.: QS 13, 1987, No. 26, 205-219 Petrocelli;


Zs 259; APh 57, 5187
Lendle, O.:
Xenophon in Babylon. Die Märsche der Kyreer von Pylai bis Opis.
RhM 129, 1986, 193-222
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2.1.4. Achämeniden; Babylonien; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xen. An. 1,5,5- 2,4,25.27; 4.6.1.2. Kriegf., pers.; \ B.3. /
http://www.rhm.uni-koeln.de/129/Lendle.pdf


426|290|B `35, 2296||Safrastian, A.|The itinary of Xenophon's retreat. <With map.>|London|1934|16|||A.2.d.; B.3.;||2.1.5.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Amabasis; 4.6.1.2.1.;|Asiatic review, 1934, Oct.||


Lipka, Michael:
Anmerkungen zu geographischen, wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Verhältnissen an der südöstlichen Schwarzmeerküste Ende des fünften / Anfang des vierten Jhs. v. Chr.
In: Klio. Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte. (Berlin: Akademie Verlag). - Bd. 77 (1995). - S. 65-74.&gggt;
Abstract: A large number of geographers locate the Colchians between the river Phasis and the city Dioskourias, which was later called Sebastopolis. This location, however, is not confirmed by Xenophon and Arrian. the latter locate the Colchians near Trapezus. This difference of location is accounted for by the fact that the former geographers have as their main source Hekataios' »periodos ges«. Within the fifth century B.C. the Colchian territory expanded gradually towards the west up to Kerasous. Only Xenophon and Arrian take account of this development, since they are eye-witnesses. The Drilai are mentioned only by Xenophon, not by the Periplous-literature, because they do not dwell close to the sea. Their metropolis is described as well fortified. This might be an indiction of fear of a foreign invasion. The metropolis presumably is to be located on the west bank of the Degirmendere, north of the city Maçka. The Mossynoikoi are described by Xenophon much more in detail than the Drilai. They are a centrally governed and surprisingly well organized community. A councel (?) and a king (?) have the executive and administrative power. On the ground of this evidence it is questionable whether the people at the southern shore of the black sea were generally organized in closed local communities, as claimed by Magie. In the case of the Mossynoikoi this view is definitely wrong, since most of the administration of the whole area was done by one city alone, i.e. the metropolis. A passage in Xenophon's Anabasis supports the assumption that Greek merchants played an intermediate role in cereal trade not only - as already known  in the northern area of the Black Sea but also along the southern shore. Export products of the region of pontus were - apart from wood, fish and pottery - some of the commodities listed by Polybiios 4.38, i.e. slaves, honey, and wax. Thus the cities of the southern shore of the Black Sea were largely independent from western imports, even if one assumes (as I do) that olive oil was imported from the Greek homecountry.


E d 650
Ducrey, Pierre:
Le traitement des prisonniers de guerre dans la Grèce antique. Des Origines à la conquête romaine.
Paris: Boccard 1968. pp. XIV, 358
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4.1.1.6.1.; 4.1.5.1.; 4.5.3.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; 5.8.; Kriegsgefangenschaft/ Vokabular, gr.; dmôs/ Kriegsgefangener; aichmálôtos/ Kriegsgefangener; andrápodon/ Kriegsgefangener; zôgréô/ Kriegsgefangener; Massaker/ Kriegsgefangene, gr.; Aigos Potamos/ Schlacht/ Kriegsgefangene/ Massenhinrichtung; Heilige Kriege/ 3./ Kriegsgefangene/ Massenhinrichtung; Kriegsgefangene/ Versklavung, gr.; Sphakteria/ Kriegsgefangene/ Behandlung; 3.4. Homer; Homer/ Kriegsgefangenschaft; Sybaris/ Besiegte, Behandlung; Melos/ Massaker/ Peloponn. Krieg; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis/ Kriegsgefangene; Kriegsgefangenschaft/ Xen. An.; Zehntausend/ Kriegsgefangene, Behandlung; 2.2.4.1.; Alexander d.Gr./ Kriegsgefangene, Behandlung; Piraterie/ Gefangene, Behandlung; 4.2.2.; Krieg/ Wirtschaft, grch.; Lösegeld/ Kriegsgefangene, grch.; 4.1.3.1.; Barbaren/ Griechen; Asylie/ Kriegsgefangenschaft, gr.; <> G.1.; C.
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Iapichino, Linda:
"I diecimila di Senofonte: tecniche di combattimento, equipaggiamento militare e approvvigionamento degli strumenti di guerra."
RSA 29, 1999, S. 91-105.


Prestianni Giallombardo, Anna Maria:
"Il bronzo e la pietra. Strumenti di guerra e techniche di combattimento nell'Anabasi di Senofonte."
Pallas 43, 1995, S. 21-40.


Tripodi, Bruno:
"Il cibo dell'altro: regimi e codici alimentari nell'Anabasi di Senofonte."
Pallas 43, 1995, S. 41-58.


Cordano, Federica "Senofonte e l'assemblea dell' 'Anabasi': consenso e opposizione". In:

Sordi, Marta (ed) L'opposizione nel mondo antico. Contributi dell'Istituto di storia antica 26. Scienze storiche 71.

(Milan, 2000) ISBN: 88-343-0618-X (2000MA), 111-119.



Harman, Rosie:
Looking at the Other: Visual Mediation and Greek Identity in Xenophon’s Anabasis.
In: Ancient Ethnography. New Approaches.
Editor(s): Eran Almagor, Joseph Skinner
Published: 10-10-2013
Extent: pp. 296
ISBN: 9781849668903
Imprint: Bloomsbury Academic



Lendle, Otto:
Die Söldner des Kyros. Historischer Tatsachenroman.
Darmstadt : Primus Verlag, 1999. - 360 S.



Rood, Tim:

Space and Landscape in Xenophon's Anabasis.

Aus: Space, place, and landscape in ancient Greek literature and culture.

Ed. by Kate Gilhuly and Nancy Worman. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 63-93








Zu einzelnen Abschnitten und Textpassagen



Tuplin, Christopher J.:
Rez. P. Krentz (Ed.): Xenophon: Hellenika II.3.1.11-IV.2.8 (Classical Texts.) Pp. iv + 220. Warminster: Aris & Phillips (1995) & Rez. O. Lendle: Kommentar zu Xenophons Anabasis: Bücher 1-7. Pp. xxxi + 527. 77 ills. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (1995).
In: The Classical Review. (CR / ClR / ClRev) Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 48 (1998), Heft 2. - S. 286-288.

Erbse, Hartmut:
Rez. Otto Lendle: Kommentar zu Xenophons Anabasis (Bücher 1-7 ). Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (1995), XXX, 523 S.
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. - Bd. 70 (1998), Heft 6. - S. 484-490.


Kelly, Robert J.:
Studies in the speeches in the first book of Xenophon's "Anabasis". Berkeley, Calif., Univ. of California, Diss., 1977.
Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1982. - V, 217.



Laforse, Bruce:
Xenophon's Clearchus.
In: Syllecta Classica. A Publication of the Classics Department at the University of Iowa. (2000). - S. 74-88.
Xen. An. 1,1-2,6.



Drew-Bear, Thomas:
Keramon agora, eine "bevölkerte" Stadt zwischen Peltai und Kaystru pedion (Xenophon, Anabasis 1, 2, 11).
In: Der Neue Pauly. Enzyklopädie der Antike. Herausgegeben von Hubert Cancik und Helmuth Schneider. Altertum. Bd. VI. Iul - Lee. Stuttgart & Weimar: Verlag J. B. Metzler. - 1999. - S. 437.


Z 58
Janke, A.:
Die Schlacht bei Issus.
Klio 10, 1910, 137-177
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2.1.2. s.v.; Issos/ Topographie; 2.2.4.1. s.v.; Alexander d.Gr./ Issos; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Schlacht/ Issos; Topographie/ Issos Schlachtfeld; Xenophon/ An. 1,4,4/ Kilikisch-Syrische Tore; \ C.1.b.; G.3.; 333 v.Chr. /


APh 59, 11973
Lendle, Otto
Wo lag Thapsakos ? (Xenophon Anabasis I 4, 10ff.)
Aus: Buesing, Hermann; Hiller, Friedrich (Hg.): Bathron. Beiträge zur Architektur und verwandten Künsten für Heinrich Drerup ..., Saarbrücken 1988. pp. 301-305 Saarbrücker Stud. zur Archäologie & alten Gesch. 3.
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Anab.1,4,10ff; Thapsakos; - B.3. Topographie


Kessler, Karlheinz:
Maskas, ein Fluß, der in den Euphrat einmündet (Xenophon, Anabasis 1, 5, 4).
In: Der Neue Pauly. Enzyklopädie der Antike. Herausgegeben von Hubert Cancik und Helmuth Schneider. Band VII. Lef - Men. Stuttgart & Weimar: Verlag J. B. Metzler. - 1999. - S. 974.


Zs 259; APh 57, 5187
Lendle, O.:
Xenophon in Babylon. Die Märsche der Kyreer von Pylai bis Opis.
RhM 129, 1986, 193-222
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2.1.4. Achämeniden; Babylonien; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis;
Xen. An. 1,5,5- 2,4,25.27; 4.6.1.2. Kriegf., pers.; \ B.3. / http://www.rhm.uni-koeln.de/129/Lendle.pdf



Arthur Keaveney, "The Trial of Orontas: Xenophon, Anabasis I,6,” L'Antiquité Classique 81, 2012, pp. 31-41.



Wylie, Graham "Cunaxa and Xenophon" AC 61 (1992) 119-134



H. Gugel, “Die Aufstellung von Kyros’ Herr in der Schlacht von Kunaxa (zu Xen. An. 1.8:5),” Gymnasium 78, 1971, pp. 241-43.



Mari, Francesco

Titel: La main infidèle. Le Grand Roi et la mutilation de Cyrus le Jeune.

Aus Sammelband: Corps au supplice et violence de guerre dans l' epos. Antiquité. Textes éd. par Annie Allély. (Scripta antiqua. 67.). Paris: De Boccard 2014

pp. 79-94

2.1.4. s.v.; Achämeniden/ Artaxerxes II.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ An. 1,10,1;



APh 18, p. 107; Zs 335
Bonner, C.:
The standard of Artaxerxes II.
CR , 1947, 9-10
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2.1.4. s.v.; Achämeniden/ Artaxerxes II.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ An. 1,10,12; 4.3.4. s.v.; Artaxerxes II./ Insignien; 4.5.1. s.v.; Ahura Mazda/ Emblem; 4.5.5.; \ A.2.d.; B.1. /


Bigwood, J. M.:
The ancient accounts of the battle of Cunaxa
AJPh 104, 1983, 340-347
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Sophainetos;3.4. Ktesias;3.4. Xenophon;3.4. Diodor;Xenophon/Anabasis;2.1.4.;4.6.1.2.1.; \ APh 54, 5724; /

P. A. Rahe, “The Eve of Cunaxa,” American Journal of Philology 101, 1980, pp. 79-96.

O. Lendle, “Der Bericht Xenophon über die Schlacht von Kunaxa,” Gymnasium 74, 1966, pp. 429-52.

M. Pancritius, Studien über die Schlacht bei Kunaxa, Berlin, 1906.



R. D. Barnett, “Xenophon and the Wall of Media,” JHS 83, 1963, pp. 1-26.
Xen. An. II 4,12 (Medische Mauer)



Bassett, Sherylee R. : Innocent Victims or Perjurers Betrayed? The Arrest of the Generals in Xenophon's "Anabasis".

Source: The Classical Quarterly, New Series, Vol. 52, No. 2 (2002), pp. 447-461

Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of The Classical Association

Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3556409

Ktesias (FGrH 688 F 27); Diodor XIV 26; Xen. An. II 5




Xénophon et la rhétorique

(dir.) Pierre Pontier

ISBN : 978-2-84050-924-0

Date de publication : 10/05/2014 / Format : 160 x 240 / Nombre de pages : 380 (Hellenica)

Première partie



Narcy, Michel:

Titel: Plaidoyer laconique pour Gorgias: Xénophon, Anabase 2.6.16-29

Aus Sammelband: Xénophon et la rhétorique. Éd. par Pierre Pontier. Paris: Presses de l' université Paris – Sorbonne 2014. pp. 41-50

3.4. Xenophon; Xenophontis Anabasis; Xenophon/An. 2,6,19-29; Xenophon Atheniensis hist.





Huitink, Luuk; Rood, Tim

Anabasis, book III. Xenophon; edited by Luuk Huitink, Tim Rood

Cambridge, United Kingdom 2019 (Cambridge University Press)

Reihe: Cambridge Greek and Latin classics. pp. xvi, 219

Abstract: „This is the first comprehensive commentary on a section of Xenophon's Anabasis in English for almost a century. It provides up-to-date guidance on literary, historical and cultural aspects of the Anabasis and will help undergraduate students to read Greek better. It also incorporates recent advances in Xenophontic scholarship and Greek linguistics, showcasing in particular Xenophon's linguistic innovations and varied style. Advanced students and professional scholars will also profit from the sustained attention which this commentary devotes to Xenophon's varied narrative strategies and to the reception of episodes from Anabasis III in antiquity. The introduction and commentary show that Xenophon is just as important (if not more so) to the development of Greek historiography, and of Greek prose in general, as Herodotus and Thucydides.

3.4. Xenohon; Xenophon Atheniensis; Xenophontis Anabasis III;





ZZ 49/79; APh 49, 5107
Rinner, W.:
Zur Darstellungsweise bei Xenophon, Anabasis III 1-2.
Philologus 122, 1978, 144-149
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ An. 3,1-2; Homer, Ilias B; Nachwirkung/ Homer, Ilias B; 3.2.1. s.v.; Darstellungsweise; \ A.2.d. /



APh 57, 5182
Franco, C.:
Un'eco di Callino in Xen. An. 3,1,13.
GFF 9, 1986, 77-78
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ An. 3,1,13; Kallinos/ fr. 1 G.-P.; \ A.2.d. /



B `37, 2372
Oldfather, W. A.:
Xenophon Anab. III 2,24 hodopoiein with the accusative.
PhQ 16, 1937, 219-220
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ An. 3,2,24; 5.8. s.v.; hodopoiein c. acc.; \ A.2.d. /



Z 51
Foss, Clive:
A bullet of Tissaphernes.
JHS 95, 1975, 25-30 (Plate V).
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2.1.4.; Lydien/ Satrapie, pers.; 2.2.3.5.; Xenophon/ An. 3,3,16 ; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; Leichtbewaffnete, gr.; Schleuderer; 5.1.5.1.; Schleudergeschoß; Blei; 5.2.2.1.; Tissaphernes; 5.3.2.; \ G.1.; 401-395 v.Chr. / (8+2)



Wiesehöfer, Josef :
Larisa (8), allein von Xenophon erwähnter Platz in der Nordtigrisebene.
In: Der Neue Pauly. Enzyklopädie der Antike. Herausgegeben von Hubert Cancik und Helmuth Schneider. Altertum. Bd. VI. Iul - Lee. Stuttgart & Weimar: Verlag J. B. Metzler. - 1999. - S. 1155.
Xen. An. 3,4,7



Kessler, Karlheinz:
Mespila, wohl die Ruinen von Ninive (Xenophon, anabasis 3, 4, 10 ).
In: Der Neue Pauly. Enzyklopädie der Antike. Herausgegeben von Hubert Cancik und Helmuth Schneider. Band VIII. Mer - Op. Stuttgart & Weimar: Verlag J. B. Metzler. - 2000. - S. 38.



O'Connor, Stephen

The Agoranomoi at Cotyora (Xen. An. 5, 7, 21 - 29): Cerasuntians or Cyreans?

Zeitschrift:

The Classical Quarterly 66, 2016, Heft 1, pp. 84-99

Abstract:

In the late spring of 400 b.c.e., when the Ten Thousand were encamped outside the city of Cotyora, Xenophon addressed the soldiers gathered in assembly in order to defend himself against accusations that he was planning to lead them on a colonizing expedition to the land of the Phasis river. Having demonstrated that he was not misleading the soldiers (that is, that his true intentions were not to lead them to the Phasis) by proving that he could not hope to deceive them into travelling east, Xenophon then moved on to what he presented as a more serious matter for the assembled mercenaries: the problem of growing indiscipline in the army, and its consequences (both potential and actual). Xenophon illustrated the extent of the problem by describing to the men two incidents in detail.







Tp S II - 3
Speelman, Dirk:
Polybius over de invloed van de musiek (Pol. 4,20-21).
Kleio 19, 1989, 35-46
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2.2.4.2.; 2.2.6.; Arkadien/ Musik; Kynaitha/ Arkadien; 3.4. Polybios; Polybios/ 4,20-21; Polybios/ Musik; 4.1.4.1.1.; 4.1.4.3.1.; 4.1.4.4.1.; 4.1.5.1.; Musik/ Zivilisation; Musik/ Hellenen; Musik/ Arkader; aulós; Thukydides/ 5,70; Xenophon/ An. 6,1,11; Strabo/ 1,2,3; Plutarch/ Lykurg. 22; Athenaios/ 14,623f.627e-628a; \ A.2.d.; D.; D.5.; APh 60, 4355. /



Archibald, Zofia Halina:
Rez.: J.P. Stronk, The Ten Thousand in Thrace: An Archaeological and Historical Commenary on Xenophon's Anabasis, Books VI iii - vi - VIII. (Amsterdam Classical Monographs, 2.) Pp. xiv + 356; 16 figs, 43 plates. Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben, 1995.
In: The Classical Review. - Bd. 47 (1997), Heft 2. - S. 34-35.



ZZ 71/262-1988,3
Hosek, Radislav:
Die ältesten Vorstellungen der Thraker.
GLP 12, 1988, 9-31
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4.1.1.; Thraker/ Gesellschaft; 4.1.5.; Kannibalismus/ Thraker; Fleischgenuß, ritueller; Mythologie/ Fluß, thrak.; 4.5. Thrak.; Menschenopfer/ Thraker; Wasser/ Magie Thraker; Sonnengott/ Thraker; 4.5.3.; Dionysos/ Rohfleischesser; 5.3.5. Thrak.; 5.7.; Thraker; 5.8.; ômêstês; Porphyrios/ de abst. 2,8; Sallust/ Cat. 22,1-2; Xenophon/ An. 7,5,12-14; Xenophon/ An. 7,2,32; Xenophon/ An. 7,5,13; Xenophon/ 7,2,23; Horn/ Trinkhorn Thraker; \ B.1. /
Xen. An. VII pass.



APh 59, 6258
Roisman, Joseph:
Anaxibios and Xenophon's Anabasis.
AHB 3, 1988, 80-87
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1. s.v.;Anaxibios; Xenophon/Anabasis; Xen. An. 7,1-2 et pass. /



Tp S II - 4
Salvadore, Marcello:
Varrone in tema di nexum.
AFLB 31, 1988, 115-133
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3.4. Varro; Varro/ Ling. 7,105; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ An. 7,3,30-31 ; 4.1.1.6.2.; Schuldknechtschaft/ Rom; 4.1.1.7.; 4.2.4.2.; Geld/ Entstehung; aes rude; Livius/ 2,23,5; 4.4.2.1.; paramonê/ nexum; 4.4.3.1.; datio sui; Permutatio; Obligationsbürgschaft; mutuum/ nexum; Lex Poetelia/ Seisachtheia; Paul. dig. 18,1,1 pr; 4.6.3.2.1.; 5.8.; nexum; nexus/ servus; paramonê/ nexum; \ E.3.; A.2.d.; D.3.; APh 60, 12195. /



Lendle, Otto:
»poreuomenoi kyklo»... (Xenophon, Anabasis 7,8,18 )
In: Rheinisches Museum für Philologie (RhM). (Frankfurt). - Bd. 141 (1998). - S. 409-410.








Hellenika

Forschungsgeschichte/Überblicke

Strasburger, Gisela:
Xenophon, Hellenika.
In: Hauptwerke der Geschichtsschreibung. Volker Reinhardt (Hrsg.). Stuttgart: Alfred Kröner Verlag. (Kröners Taschenausgabe. Band 435.). - 1997. - S. 739-742

Textausgaben/Zweisprachige Ausgaben/Übersetzungen


1208
Xenophon:
Xénophon. Helléniques. Tome I. Livres I-III.
Texte établit et traduit par J. Hatzfeld.
Paris: Belles Lettres 1936. (Coll. Budé)
A.1.d.; rec.: Delcourt, M., Nouv. Rev. Franc. 1937, 622-623 (eher negativ)


B `37, 2360; Z 73
Béquignon, Y.:
rec.: Xénophon, Helléniques. T. I. Texte ét. trad. par J. Hatzfeld ...
RevEA 39, 1937, 281-282
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Hatzfeld, J./ trad. Xén. Hell.; \ A.1.d. /



B `37, 2360; ZZ 62/135
Collart, P.:
rec.: Xénophon, Helléniques. T. I. Texte ét. trad. par J. Hatzfeld ...
RevEG 50, 1937, 266-267
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Hatzfeld, J./ trad. Xén. Hell.; \ A.1.d. /



B `37, 2360; Zs 470
Eichenberg, K. A.:
rec.: Xénophon, Helléniques. T. I. Texte ét. trad. par J. Hatzfeld ...
PhW 57, 1937, 1121-1124
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Hatzfeld, J./ trad. Xén. Hell.; \ A.1.d. /



Xenophon (1979)
Hellenica. Text by E. C. Marchant. Notes by G. E. Underhill.
New York : Arno Press, 1979. - [Ca. 350], XCVI, 378 S. - (Greek texts and commentaries).



B `38, 2155; ZZ 63/150
Sanctis, G. de:
rec.: Xénophon, Helléniques. T. I. Texte ét. trad. par J. Hatzfeld ...
RivFil 16, 1938, 69-78
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Hatzfeld, J./ trad. Xén. Hell.; \ A.1.d. /



Xenophon:
Hellenika. Griech.-dt. Hrsg. von Gisela Strasburger.
Darmstadt : Wiss. Buchges., 1988. - 830 S.



APh 49, 5090
Sánchez:
rec.: [Xenophon Atheniensis], Helénicas, trad. de Guntinas Tunón, O. ...
Helmantica 29, 1978, 404
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenica; \ A.1.d. /



Xenophon:
Elleniche. A cura di Giovanna Daverio Rocchi.
Milano : Rusconi, 1978. - 460 S.: Kt. - (Classici di storia. Sezione greco-romana.; 23.).



R b gr x 16-80
Xenophon [Atheniensis]:
A History of My Times (Hellenica) [Hellenika, engl.],
Translated by Warner, Rex. With an Introduction and Notes by George Cawkwell..
London: Penguin ²1979. 425 S.
(Penguin Classics.)
A.1.d.
[R24/92](7)




R bgrx 16-154
Xenophon [Atheniensis]:
Hellenika I-II,3,10,
ed. with introd., transl. & comm. by Krentz, Peter.
Warminster: Aris & Philipps 1989. IV, 204 S.
(Classical Texts.)
A.1.d.; ISSN Classical Texts 0953-7961; ISBN 0 85668 463 5.
[R 59/92]


Lendle, Otto:
Rez. Xenophon: Hellenika II.3.11 - IV.2.8. Edited with an Introduction, Translation and Commentary by Peter Krentz. Warminster: Aris & Phillips (1995).
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. - Bd. 70 (1998), Heft 2. - S. 100-103.


Tuplin, Christopher J.:
Rez. P. Krentz (Ed.): Xenophon: Hellenika II.3.1.11-IV.2.8 (Classical Texts.) Pp. iv + 220. Warminster: Aris & Phillips (1995) & Rez. O. Lendle: Kommentar zu Xenophons Anabasis: Bücher 1-7. Pp. xxxi + 527. 77 ills. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (1995).
In: The Classical Review. (CR / ClR / ClRev) Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 48 (1998), Heft 2. - S. 286-288.


Gray, Vivienne J.:
Rez. Peter Krentz, Xenophon Hellenika II. 3. 11 - IV. 2. 8. Edited with an Introduction, Translation and Commentary. Warminster: Aris and Phillips, 1994. Pp.iv + 220. ISBN 0856686417.
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 1995.11.12 (1995).



Robert B Strassler (ed.), The Landmark Xenophon's Hellenika (with a new translation by John Marincola).  
New York:  Pantheon Books, 2009.  Pp. lxxxiii, 579.  ISBN 9780375422553.  

Reviewed by Dustin A. Gish, College of the Holy Cross (dgish@holycross.edu)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2011.10.17 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2011/2011-10-17.html



Textgeschichte


APh 60, 5848
Jackson, Donald F.:
Sixteenth century printed editions of Xenophon's Hellenica.
SO 64, 1989, 91-109
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ Hell., Textgeschichte; \ A.1.d.; H. /



ZZ 61/401; APh 46, p. 363
Jackson, D.F.:
The TLDV manuscrpts of Xenophon's Hellenica and their descendants.
TAPhA 105, 1975, 175-187
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ Textkritik; \ A.1.d. /



ZZ 61/501; APh 49, 5100
Harrauer, H.:
Zu Xenophons Hellenika auf Papyrus. Neu- und Wiederentdeckungen in der Wiener Paprussammlung.
Mnemosyne 31, 1978, 351-359
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1,27-28; 5.5.3.2.1. s.v.; P. Vindob. G 257; P. Vindob. G 29781; 5.6.1. s.v.; Oxyrhynchos; Soknopaiou Nesos; \ A.1.d.; 200-300 n.Chr.; /



Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen



B `36, 2401
Brouwers, A.:
rec.: Colin, G., Xénophon historien ...
RevBelgPh 15, 1936, 149-150
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Historiker; Colin, G./ Xénophon Historien; \ A.2.d. /



B `35, 2288
Cloché, P.:
rec.: Colin, G., Xénophon historien ...
RevEG 48, 1935, 152
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Historiker; Colin, G./ Xénophon historien; \ A.2.d. /


B `35, 2288
Corradi, G.:
rec.: Colin, G., Xénophon historien ...
BollFilCl 6, 1934/35, 229-233
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Historiker; Colin, G./ Xénophon historien; \ A.2.d. /





R bgrx 16-265
Dillery, John David:
Xenophon's historical perspectives.
[Ann Arbor]: UMI [1989]. pp. v, 297 (Diss. The Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor 1989)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Kleinasien; 3.2.2.; Digression; Rede; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.1.3.1.; eusebeía; <> A.2.d.; D.1.; Order No. 9001619. DA L 1989-1990 2478A.
[R 14/93]



gri900x522:q/d45
Dillery, John:
Xenophon and the History of His Times.
London & New York: Routledge 1995. pp. xii,337
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3.4. Xenophon; 2.2.3.5.; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ politische & soziale Ansichten; 4.1.3.1.; 2.2.3.4.; Imperialismus/ Xen.; Utopie/ Xen.; Panhellenismus/ Xen.; Xenophon/ Anabasis/ Utopie; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; Paktolos/ Schlacht am; 5.2.2.1.; Jason von Pherai/ Xen.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Hegemonie; Phleious/ Xen.; Dreißig/ Athen/ Xen.; Triakonta/ Athen/ Xen.; Mnasippos/ Xen.; Iphikrates/ Xen.; Idealstaat/ Xen.; 4.5.3.; Xenophon/ Religion; Xen. Mem. 1,4; Xen. Mem. 4,3; Xen. Hell. 5; Korinthischer Krieg/ Kleinasien; <> A.2.d.; ISBN 0-415-09139-X; (Bibliography: 298ff.; Indices: 319ff.)


Anderson, John Kinloch:
Rez. J. Dillery: Xenophon and the history of his times. London and New York: Routledge (1995). Pp. Xii + 337.
In: The Journal of Hellenic Studies. (Published by the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies). - Bd. 117 (1997). - S. 232-233.



Pownal, Frances Skoczylas:
Rez. John Dillery: Xenophon and the History of His Times. London and New York: Routledge (1995).
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (Bryn Mawr, PA: Thomas Library, Bryn Mawr College). - Bd. 8 (1997), Heft 6. - S. 518-522.



Jehne, Martin:
Rez. John Dillery: Xenophon and the History of His Times. London/New York: Routledge (1995), XII, 337 S.
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. (C. H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung München). - Bd. 72 (2000), Heft 1. - S. 36-40.



B gr x 16-475
Riedinger, Jean-Claude:
Étude sur les Helléniques. Xénophon et l'Histoire.
Paris: Les Belles Lettres 1991. pp. 296 (Coll. d'Études Anciennes. 120.)
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Xenophon; 2.2.6. s.v.; Theben/ Xenophon; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.2.2. s.v.; Thukydides/ Nachwirkung; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.1.3.1. u.a.; aretê/ Xen. hell. 7; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Taktik/ Strategie / Xen. Hell.; 4.6.2.1. s.v.; Strategemata/ Xen. Hell.; <> A.2.d.; ISBN 2.251.32640-2
[60/92] (16)




Gr X 16 9891
Gray, Vivienne:
The Character of Xenophon's Hellenica,
London: Duckworth 1989. pp. X, 219
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; <> A.2.d. Studien über Autoren; Klass.Phil.


Moles, John L.:
Rez. Gray: The Character of Xenophon's Hellenica (1989).
In: The Classical Review (CR / ClRev). Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 42 (106) (1992), Heft 2. - S. 281-284.

Z 70
Rahn, Peter:
[rec.:] The character of Xenophon's Hellenica. By Vivienne Gray, London 1989.
Phoenix 44, 1990, 279-281
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenica; \ /



Beck, J.-J.:
Betrachtungen zu den Hellenika des Xenophon.
In: Poikilia. Hommage à Othon Scholer. Sous la direction de Colette Bodelot, Robert Koch, Joseph Reisdoerfer et Edouard Wolter. Luxembourg: Centre universitaire de Luxembourg. (Études classiques. 8.). - 1997. - S. 95-102.



Tp R I - 4
Riedinger, J. C.:
Partialité historique et procédés narratifs dans les Helléniques de Xénophon.
IL 41, 1989, 5-8
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Xenophon; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Theben, agôn; 3.2.2. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ Parteilichkeit; 4.1.3.1.; Xenophon/ Thebenfeindlichkeit; 4.6.1.2.1.; Schlachtenschilderung/ Xen. Hell.; \ A.2.d.; G.3.; APh 60, 5856. / (8)



D15 810(27)
Nitsche, Wilhelm:
Über die Abfassung von Xenophons Hellenika.
Berlin: Associations-Buchdr. 1871. pp. S. 1-55
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika/ Abfassung der; <> A.2.d.; UB Gießen
[II a 64. 3174/6]



Diss. Basel 1950
Breitenbach, Hans Rudolf:
Historiographische Anschauungsformen Xenophons.
Freiburg (Schw.): Paulusdr. 1950. pp. 158 (Diss. Basel 1950.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Geschichtsschreibung; <> A.2.d.; UB Gießen



Hamburg 1966
Baden, Hans:
Untersuchungen zur Einheit der Hellenika Xenophons.
Wittenborn: 1966. pp. 83 (Diss. Hamburg 1966.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika/ Einheit der; <> A.2.d.; UB Gießen



Tp C I - 7
Canfora, Luciano:
Tucidide continuato e pubblicato
Belfagor 25, 1970, 121-134
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3.2.2. Geschichtsschreibung, gr.; 3.4. Hellenika Oxyrhynchia; 3.4. Kratippos;3.4. Theopomp; 3.4. Thukydides;3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; Paralipomena; \ A.2.d. 0390 / (7)



Tp C II - 7
Canfora, Luciano:
Storia antica del testo di Tucidide.
QS 3, 1977 N° 6, 3-39
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Thukydides; 3.2.2.; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Nachwirkung; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1-2,3,10; Xenophon/ Thukydides; Thukydides/ 5,26ff = Xen.; Thukydides/ Fortsetzer; Thukydides/ 5,25-83; Thukydides/ 5,26,1; Thukydides/ 5,25-26; Thukydides/ 8,66; Thukydides/ 8,68; \ A.2.d.; APh 48, 4545. / (5+2)



Aufsatztitel:   Geschichte in Fortsetzung : wie, warum und wozu haben Autoren wie Polybios und Thukydides/Xenophon auf ein Ziel hin geschriebene Geschichtswerke fortgesetzt? / Andreas Mehl 
        In:     Polybios und seine Historien : [der vorliegende Band geht zurück auf eine in Hamburg an der Helmut-Schmidt-Universität im April 2010 veranstaltete gleichnamige Tagung] / hrsg. von Volker Grieb und Clemens Koehn. - Stuttgart : Steiner, ISBN 3-515-10477-1 , ISBN 978-3-515-10477-7, 2013, S. 25-48

Tamiolaki, M. 2008. “Les Hélleniques entre tradition et innovation. Aspects de la relation intertextuelle de Xénophon avec Hérodote et Thucydide.” Cahiers des études anciennes 45:15–52.




Nickel, Rainer: Der verbannte Stratege. Xenophon und der Tod des Thukydides.

Darmstadt: Philipp von Zabern Verlag 2014.

ISBN: 978-3-8053-4755-6; 144 S.

Rezension: HistLit 2015-3-145 / Christian Mueller-Goldingen über Nickel, Rainer:

Der verbannte Stratege. Xenophon und der Tod des Thukydides.

Darmstadt 2014, in: H-Soz-Kult 14.09.2015 - http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/index.asp?id=24114&view=pdf&pn=rezensionen&type=rezbuecher

Nickels Buch ist flüssig geschrieben, der Autor versteht es, dem Thema entsprechend, Spannung zu erzeugen. Vieles bleibt jedoch in der Schwebe, dies macht den eigenen Reiz aus.“

M. Frisch, rec. Nickel, Rainer: Der verbannte Stratege. Xenophon und der Tod des Thukydides. Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft 17 (2014) 1271-1276

http://gfa.gbv.de/dr,gfa,017,2014,r,34.pdf

Allein der Titel Der verbannte Stratege. Xenophon und der Tod des Thukydides scheint etwas irreführend zu sein. Zwar bilden die Begegnung zwischen Xenophon und Thukydides und Xenophons Suche nach dem verschwundenen Thukydides die Rahmenhandlung des Werkes, doch haben wir es in gewisser Weise mit einer fiktiven Biographie Xenophons zu tun, in deren Verlauf die Suche nach Thukydides gegen Ende nur noch sporadisch eingeflochten wird.

Doch tut das weder dem Lesegenuss noch dem in der Einleitung erklärten Ziel des Buches Abbruch. Es bleibt zu hoffen, dass nicht nur ohnehin schon mit Thukydides, Xenophon und der griechischen Geschichte vertraute Leser zu dieser Erzählung greifen, sondern auch solche, die sich damit noch weniger auskennen oder deren Interesse erst noch geweckt werden muss. Diese Leser erhalten hier zugleich erste solide Kenntnisse über die Geschichte der Zeit Xenophons.“

Buch "Der verbannte Stratege" Rainer Nickel weiß zu unterhalten.
Von Wolfgang Will.
http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/literatur/buch--der-verbannte-stratege--rainer-nickel-weiss-zu-unterhalten,10809200,29581258.html#plx808267254

Den fingierten Gesprächen zwischen Thukydides und Xenophon liegt die Tatsache zugrunde, dass dieser das Werk seines Vorgängers genau mit dem Satz fortsetzt, mit dem es abbricht. Bis zur Kapitulation Athens schließt die Darstellung auch stilistisch an Thukydides an. Das hat Spekulationen genährt, Xenophon habe unpublizierte Manuskripte an sich gebracht, ja möglicherweise Thukydides sogar ermordet. Sicherlich hat er ihn weder getötet noch gerettet, doch gute Fiktionen vermögen verborgene Zusammenhänge herzustellen und neues Licht auf ein scheinbar bekanntes Geschehen zu werfen.
In diesem Sinne ist Nickels Monografie allen zu empfehlen, die eine Einführung in die Materie wünschen. Was sie nicht leisten kann, ist, Thukydides selbst zu ersetzen. Die Reden des Perikles und Euphemos über Demokratie und Herrschaft, diejenigen des Kleon und Diodotos über Imperialismus oder die des Alkibiades und Nikias über die Sizilieninvasion, die Pathologie (Leidensgeschichte des Krieges), der Melier-Dialog, die Beschreibung der Pest oder des Massakers von Mykalessos, gehören zum besten, was die griechische Literatur der Klassik hervorbrachte. Wer politisch mitreden will, muss Thukydides lesen, und zwar noch heute.



Xénophon et la rhétorique

(dir.) Pierre Pontier

ISBN : 978-2-84050-924-0

Date de publication : 10/05/2014 / Format : 160 x 240 / Nombre de pages : 380 (Hellenica)

Deuxième partie





Tp C I - 10
Canfora, Luciano:
Eduard Meyer zwischen Kratippos und Theopomp.
QS 14, 1988, no. 27, 93-99
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1.1. s.v.; Meyer, Eduard; 2.2.3.4.; 3.2.2. s.v.; Kratippos; Theopomp; Hellenica Oxyrrhynchia; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Nachwirkung; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/= Kratippos; \ A.2.d. 0400; APh 59, no. 2523; / (6+7)



Canfora, L.:
Sull'edizione "completa" di Tucidide
ThM 128, 1985, 360-363
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3.4. Xenophon; 3.4. Thukydides; Paralipomena; Xenophon/Hellenika; \ Hinweis auf Symptome, die vermuten lassen, daß Thukydides' Werk lange Zeit zusammen mit den Paralipomena (Hellenika I - II 3, 10) in einheitlicher Ausgabe im Umlauf waren; /



Musti, Domenico:
"Il tema dell'autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte."
RFIC 128.2 (2000) 170-181.



Z 73; APh 17, p. 182
Cloché, P.:
Les Helléniques de Xénophon et Lacédémoine.
REA 46, 1944, 12-46
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Xenophon/ Sparta; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Philolakonismus; \ A.2.d.; Le philolaconisme de X. ne l'a nullement empêché de dresser un tableau souvent peux élogieux de l'histoire de Sparte au IVe siècle; mais cette sévérité peut avoir eu des motifs divers et n'est pas toujours un témoignage d'impartialité. /


Giraud, J.-M.:
Lysandre et le chef idéal de Xénophon.
In: Quaderni di storia (QS). - Bd. 53 (2001). - S. 39-68.

APh 58, 5097
Due, Bodil:
Lysander in Xenophon's Hellenica.
C&M 38, 1987, 53-62
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Lysander; \ F. Biographien /



Z 36
Westlake, H. D.:
Decline and fall of Tissaphernes.
Historia 30, 1981, 257-279
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2.1.4. Perserreich;2.2.3.4.;2.2.3.5.;3.4. Xenophon;4.6.1.1. Verh. im Frieden;4.6.1.2. Verh. im Krieg;5.2.2.1.;Tissaphernes; \



Aph 59, 6260
Whitehead, David:
Athenians in Xenophon's Hellenica.
LCM 13, 1988, 145-147.
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 5.2.2.2.2.; Athener; Deme;





R ep 225
Ploeg, Leendert van der:
Theramenes en zijn tijd.
Utrecht: Kemink 1948. pp. viii, 278 (Diss. Utrecht 1948.)
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2.2.3.4.; Athen/ Staatsmänner; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.2.1.; 4.3.5.2.1.; Dreißig/ Theramenes; 4.4.2.2.; Arginusenprozeß/ Theramenes; 5.2.2.1.; Theramenes; Triakonta/ Theramenes; Vierhundert/ Theramenes; Umsturz/ Athen; Lysander/ Theramenes; <> F.; C.1.a.; 411-403 v.Chr.; Lijst van geraadpleegde werken: 270 ff. Register van Eigennamen: 274 ff.
[R 43/93]

Sp L I - 8
Lemmermann, Karl:
Jason von Pherä.
Jena: 1927. pp. (Jena, Phil.Diss. 1927)
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2.2.6.;Thessalien;2.2.3.5. 404-338;3.4. Xenophon;5.2.2.1.;Iason von Pherai;



APh 58, 5098
Gray, Vivienne J.:
The Herodotean nature of speeches in the Hellenica.
AAPhA , 1987, 75 Summary in
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; Herodot/Nachwirkung; Reden; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /



APh 57, 5190
Tuplin, C. J.
Military engagements in Xenophon's Hellenica.
Aus: Moxon, I.S.; Smart, J.D.; Woodman, A.J. (Hg.): Past perspectives. Studies in Greek & Roman historical writing., Cambridge 1986. pp. 37-66
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Schlachtenschilderung; - A.2.d.; APh 57, 5520. Sehr glaubwürdig!




APh 59, 6259
Sordi, Marta:
Gli interessi geografici e topografici nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.
CISA 14, 1988, 32-40
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; Geographie; Topographie; 3.4. Geographica; 4.1.4.2.1.; \ /



Gschnitzer, Fritz:
Straßen, Wege und Märsche in Xenophons Hellenika. Ein Beitrag zur Verkehrsgeographie Griechenlands in klassischer Zeit.
In: Zu Wasser und zu Land. Verkehrswege in der antiken Welt. Stuttgarter Kolloquium zur historischen Geographie des Altertums 7, 1999. Hrsg, von Eckart Olshausen und Holger Sonnabend. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag GmbH. (Geographica Historica. Band 17.). - 2002. - S. 202-208.


T 12 067 585
Cartledge, Paul:
Agesilaos and the crisis of Sparta.
London: Duckworth 1987. pp. 508
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.7. Sparta; Krise/ Sparta; Imperialismus/ Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos II. von Sparta; <> F.; C.1.a.; ISBN 0-7156-2082-7; StUB Ffm; 1. Agesilaos, II 2. Sparta-Kings and rulers-Biography;


Proietti, Gerald:
Lysander and the Spartan polity. An introd. to Xenophon's "Hellenica". Zugl.: Chestnut Hill, Mass., Boston College, Diss., 1981.
Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1984. - XV, 206 S.



Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /




Pownall, Frances Skoczylas

Tyrants as Impious Leaders in Xenophon's Hellenica.

Aus: Aspects of leadership in Xenophon. Ed. by Richard Fernando Buxton. (Histos supplements. 5.). Newcastle upon Tyne: University of Newcastle, School of History, Classics and Archaeology. 2016. pp. 51-84



 

Rood, Tim:

The plupast in Xenophon's Hellenica

Aus Sammelband:

Time and narrative in ancient historiography. The "plupast" from Herodotus to Appian. Ed. by Jonas Grethlein and Christopher B. Krebs. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2012. pp. 76-94.

3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika/Rhetorik; Vergangenheit/Xen. Hell.;

Reviewed by Donald Lateiner, Ohio Wesleyan University




Zu einzelnen Abschnitten und Textpassagen


R bgrx 16-154
Xenophon [Atheniensis]:
Hellenika I-II,3,10,
ed. with introd., transl. & comm. by Krentz, Peter.
Warminster: Aris & Philipps 1989. IV, 204 S.
(Classical Texts.)
A.1.d.; ISSN Classical Texts 0953-7961; ISBN 0 85668 463 5.
[R 59/92]


Z 74/95
Krentz, Peter:
Had Xenophon read Thucydides VIII before he wrote the "Continuation" (Hell. I-III.3.10) ?
AncW 19, 1989, 15-18
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3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; Thukydides/Nachwirkung; Xenophon/ Hellenika 1-3,3,10; \ A.2.d.; /



APh 47, 8672
Orsi, D.P.:
Per una cronologia degli anni 411-406.
QS 4, 1976, 169-181
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2.2.3.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; Diodor/ Fehlen d. Winters 410/409; Xenophon/ Chronologie 411-406; Diodor/ Chronologie 410/409; 5.2.1.; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; 411-406 v.Chr.; /



APh 49, 5102
Kelly, R.J.:
Studies in the speeches in the first book of Xenophon's Hellenica.
Berkeley: UMI 1977. pp. 223 (Diss. Univ. of Calif. Berkeley 1977.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1, Reden; 3.2.1. s.v.; Rede; <> A.2.d.; vgl. DA 38, 1978, 4801A.


B `37, 2371
Hatzfeld, J.
Le début des `Helléniques'.
Aus: MelDesr, [1937]. pp. 211-217
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1,1; - A.2.d.


E p 590
Proietti, Gerald:
Xenophon's Sparta. An Introduction.
Leiden, New York, Kobnhavn, Köln: Brill 1987. pp. 116 (Mnemosyne. Suppl. 98.)
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2.2.3. 750-338; 2.2.3.4. Pelop. Krieg; 2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.2.2. Gesch.schr., gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1-3,5; Xenophon/ Lac. pol.; 4.6.1.2.1. Kriegführung, gr.; 4.6.2.1. Heerwesen, gr.; 4.3.2.2. Sparta; 5.2.2.1.; Lysander; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1-4; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,5-2,1,28; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,1,29-3,9; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,3,11-2,4; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,3-4; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,5; <> A.2.d. Studien über Autoren
60/88




Tp K I - 6
Krentz, Peter:
Xenophon and Diodoros on the battle of Abydos.
AHB 3, 1989, 10-14
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.5. s.v.; Abydos/ Seeschlacht; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ 13,45,1-47,2; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1,1-7; 4.1.3.1.; Xenophon/ Alkibiades; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Schlacht/ Abydos; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Alkibiades/ Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; G.3.; 411 v.Chr. /


APh 46, p. 362
Delebecque, Ed.
Alcibiade selon le Xénophon des Helléniques.
Aus: (Hg.): Assoc. G. Budé. Actes du IXe Congrès. Rome 13-18 Avril 1973., Paris 1975. pp. 177-183
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2.2.3.4.; Athen/ Politiker; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Alkibiades; Thukydides/ 6,15; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Alkibiades; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Alkibiades/ Beurteilung; - F.; A.2.d.


APh 48, 4552
Giuliani, G.:
Problemi tucididei. Il giudizio su Alcibiade.
NRS 61, 1977, 356-366
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2.2.3.4.; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Alkibiades; Aristophanes/ Alkibiades; Euripides/ Alkibiades; Xenophon/ Alkibiades; 4.1.3.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Alkibiades/ Beurteilung; \ A.2.d.; F. /


Z 51
Andrews, A.:
Notion and Kyzikos: The sources compared.
JHS 102, 1982, 15-25 .
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2.2.3.4.; Alkibiades; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.5.; Kyzikos; Notion; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4.; Diodor; Diodor/ 13; 3.4.; Eporos; 3.4.; Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1 ; 4.6.1.2.1.; Kyzikos; Notion; 5.5.3.2.1.; Hell. Oxy. 4; \


Laforse, Bruce:
Xenophon's Clearchus.
In: Syllecta Classica. A Publication of the Classics Department at the University of Iowa. (2000). - S. 74-88.
Xen. Hell. 1,1-1,3






ZZ 61/501; APh 49, 5100
Harrauer, H.:
Zu Xenophons Hellenika auf Papyrus. Neu- und Wiederentdeckungen in der Wiener Paprussammlung.
Mnemosyne 31, 1978, 351-359
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1,27-28; 5.5.3.2.1. s.v.; P. Vindob. G 257; P. Vindob. G 29781; 5.6.1. s.v.; Oxyrhynchos; Soknopaiou Nesos; \ A.1.d.; 200-300 n.Chr.; /


Chène, O.:
»Eis Seston«: Xénophon, Helléniques, I, 1, 36 et l'envoi de Cléarque à Byzance après la bataille de cyzique.
In: Revue des Études Grecques. (Paris). - Bd. 111 (1998), Heft 2. - S. 481-502. <<
Abstract: According to Xenophon (Hell., I, 1, 35-36), the Spartans sent to Byzance, not long after the battle of Kyzicus, some troops on fifteen ships under Clearchus. In the Hellespont, this flottilla was attacked by the Athenians. Clearchus lost three of his ships, but he took refuge in Sestos and finally succeeded to reach Byzantium. Since a long time, it seems doubtfull that Clearchus would be taking refuge in the harbour which was the base of the Athenians in the strait. So proposed L. Breitenbach (1873) to emend Abydos for Sestos; an other solution is this one of Peter Krentz, who considers that the text of Xenophon is a doublet of Thuc. VIII, 80 (first mission of Clearchus to the Bosporus in the spring of 411). However, both of these solutions are poorly convincing, and it seems better to suppose that Xenophon here simply omitted some details; for example, Clearchus could go to Sestos to burn the sails of the Athenians. If this way is right, the text may be accepted without modification, and is no longer a problem. But that remains, of course, only an hypothesis.


APh 59, 1631
Bruce, I. A. F.:
Diodoros on the Siege of Chalcedon.
AHB 2, 1988, 54-56
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2.2.3.4. 431-404; 2.2.5. s.v.;Chalkedon; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/13,66,1-3; Diodor/Quelle; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.1,3,1-13; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.;Belagerung; \ G.3. Kriege und Schlachten; ( On the question of Diodorus'use of Xenophon (Hell. 1,3,1-13) as a source for his account of the siege (13,66,1-3).) /


R dp 500
Tuplin, Christopher
The Treaty of Boiotios.
Aus: Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen; Kuhrt, Amélie (Hg.): The Greek Sources: proceedings of the Groningen 1984 Achaemenid history workshop., Leiden 1987. pp. 133-153 (Achaemenid history. 2.)
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2.1.4.; Achämeniden/ Dareios II.; Artaxerxes II./ Sparta; 2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.5. Kleinasien [u.a.]; Ionien; Ephesos; Milet; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,4,2; 4.2.4. Steuern/ Tribute, pers.; 4.3.6.; Autonomie / Ionia; phoros/ Kyros d.J.; dasmos; Aufstand/ Perserreich; 4.6.1.1.1.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Boiotios; Kallikratidas; Lysander/ Kyros d.J.; Tissaphernes; Thuc. 8,58; Xen. Hell. 1,5,03; Xen. Hell. 2,1,11; Xen. Hell. 2,1,14; Xen. Hell. 2,3,08; Thuc. 8,45,6; Hell.Oxy. 19(14),2 [134]; Xen. Cyr. 8,6,10f [134]; Xen. An. 1,8,25 [134]; Her. 1,192 [134]; D.Sic. 13,104,4 [135]; Plut. Lys. 9 [135]; Xen. Hell. 1,6,08 [136]; Xen. Hell. 1,6,03.4.8 [136]; Xen. Hell. 2,1,06 [136]; D.Sic. 13,100,7 [136]; Plut. Lys. 7 [136]; Xen. An. 1,1,06-8 [142ff]; Xen. Cyr. 8,6,04 [144]; Xen. Hell. 3,1,03 [150f]; Xen. Hell. 1,4,02; - C.1.a.; A.2.d.; B.1.; 408-395 v.Chr.;


B 67/156
Lewis, David M.
After the Profanation of the Mysteries.
Aus: (Hg.): Ancient Society & Institutions. Studies presented to V. Ehrenberg on his 75th birthday [FS Ehrenberg]., Oxford 1966. pp. 177-192
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2.2.3.4.; Athen/ Eleusinion; 4.5.3.; Mysterienprofanation/ Athen; Philochoros/ FGH 328, F 134; Pollux/ 10,36; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,4,20 [189 no.5]; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,4,21 [189 no.6]; Aristoteles/ Ath. pol. 47,3; 4.4.2.2. Landverkauf; Landkonfiskation/ Athen; 5.2.2.1.; Alkibiades; 5.3.2.; IG 2²,1579; - E.4.; C.1.a.; 415-414 v.Chr.


APh 46, p. 363
Lanzillotta, E.:
La battaglia di Nozio.
MGR 4, 1975, 135-161
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2.2.3.4.; Athen/ Seekrieg; 3.2.2. s.v.; Ephoros; Hellenica Oxyrhynchia; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ 13,71; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,5,1-14 ; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Seeschlacht/ Notion; Schlacht/ Notion; \ G.3.; A.2.d. / 3


Moles, John L.:
Xenophon and Callicratidas.
In: The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS / JHSt). (Published by the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies). Bd. 114 (1994). - S. 70-84.
Xen. Hell. I 6,1-33.


Laforse, B.:
Xenophon, Callicratidas and panhellenism.
In: The Ancient History bulletin (AHB). - Bd. 12 (1998). - S. 55-67.
Xen. Hell. I 6,1-33.




APh 59, 1636
Krentz, Peter:
Xenophon and Diodorus on the battle of Mytilene (406 B.C.).
AHB 2, 1988, 128-130
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2.2.3.4. 431-404; 2.2.5. s.v.;Mytilene; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/13,77-79; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.1,6,15-18; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.;Schlacht; \ G.3. Kriege und Schlachten; (Diodorus'account, 13, 77-79, believed to be inconsistent with Xen. Hell. 1,6,15-18, is in fact compatible with Xenophon's account.) /


Zs 335; B `34, 1626
Quirk, Rob.:
Xenophon, Hellen. I 6, 32.
ClRev 48, 1934, 214
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,6,32; \ A.2.d. /


Z 9
Skoczylas Pownall, Frances
Shifting Viewpoints in Xenophon's Hellenica: The Arginusae Episode.
Athenaeum. Studi di Letteratura e Storia dell' Antichità. (Pavia). - Bd. 88 (2000). - S. 499-513.
Xen. Hell. I,6



Giovannini, Adalberto:
Xenophon, der Arginusenprozeß und die athenische Demokratie. Mit einem Anhang: Die Zahl der athenischen Hopliten im Jahr 431 v. Chr.
In: Chiron. Mitteilungen der Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts. (München). - Bd. 32 (2002). - S. 15-50.
Xen. Hell. I,6

APh 59, 6249
Lavelle, B. M.:
Adikia, the Decree of Kannonos, and the trial of the generals.
C&M 39, 1988, 19-41
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2.2.3.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hellenika; 4.4.2.2. s.v.;adikía; Kannonos; 5.2.2.1. s.v.;Euryptolemos; 5.2.2.2. s.v.;Strategen; Arginusenprozeß; \ / 6



Tp B II - 11
Baldwin, Barry:
Notes on Cleophon.
AClass 17, 1974, 35-47
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2.2.3.4.; Athen/ Politiker; 3.2.1.; Komödie/ Kleophon; Aristophanes/ Thesmoph. 805; Aristophanes/ Equ. 765; Aristophanes/ Ranae 679.682f.1504.1532; Plato Comicus/ Cleophon; 3.2.4.; Demagogen/ Athen; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,7,35/ Kleophons Tod; Lysias/ In Agoratum 8-12/ Kleophons Tod; 4.1.3.1.; 4.4.2.2.; Ostrakismos/ Bsp.; Prozesse, polit./ Athen/ Kleophon; 5.2.2.1.; Kleophon; Kleippides, Deinias'Sohn, v. Acharnae/ Kleophons Vater; \ F.; C.1.a.; 415-404 v.Chr. /



B `35, 2291
Guida, Ces.:
Noterella senofontea.
MCl 5, 1935, 361-362
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,1,25; \ A.2.d. /



Bourriot, F.
Xénophon et la bataille d'Aegos Potamos.
Aus: (Hg.): Opes atticae. Miscellanea philologica et historica R. Bogaert et H. van Looy oblata., The Hague 1990. pp. 49-64
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2.2.3.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Schlachtenschilderung; 4.6.1.2.1.; Schlacht/ Aigospotamoi; - G.3.; C.1.a.; A.2.d.; Q: Archäolog. Bibliographie 1992.



Robinson, Eric Wild
What Happened at Aegospotamoi? Xenophon and Diodorus on the Last Battle of the Peloponnesian War.
Historia 63, 2014, 1-16
A.2.d.

E d 650
Ducrey, Pierre:
Le traitement des prisonniers de guerre dans la Grèce antique. Des Origines à la conqquête romaine.
Paris: Boccard 1968. pp. XIV, 358
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4.1.1.6.1.; 4.1.5.1.; 4.5.3.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; 5.8.; Kriegsgefangenschaft/ Vokabular, gr.; dmôs/ Kriegsgefangener; aichmálôtos/ Kriegsgefangener; andrápodon/ Kriegsgefangener; zôgréô/ Kriegsgefangener; Massaker/ Kriegsgefangene, gr.; Aigos Potamos/ Schlacht/ Kriegsgefangene/ Massenhinrichtung; Heilige Kriege/ 3./ Kriegsgefangene/ Massenhinrichtung; Kriegsgefangene/ Versklavung, gr.; Sphakteria/ Kriegsgefangene/ Behandlung; 3.4. Homer; Homer/ Kriegsgefangenschaft; Sybaris/ Besiegte, Behandlung; Melos/ Massaker/ Peloponn. Krieg; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis/ Kriegsgefangene; Kriegsgefangenschaft/ Xen. An.; Zehntausend/ Kriegsgefangene, Behandlung; 2.2.4.1.; Alexander d.Gr./ Kriegsgefangene, Behandlung; Piraterie/ Gefangene, Behandlung; 4.2.2.; Krieg/ Wirtschaft, grch.; Lösegeld/ Kriegsgefangene, grch.; 4.1.3.1.; Barbaren/ Griechen; Asylie/ Kriegsgefangenschaft, gr.; <> G.1.; C.
[175/69]



Todd, Stephen C.:
Athenian internal politics, 403 - 395 B. C. with particular reference to the speeches of Lysias.
Cambridge, Ph. D., 1985.
Abstract: The problems of Athenian politics in this period have never been adequately analysed. I identify two (Chapter I): the major problem is the contradiction between the narrative historians (Xenophon, AthPol) who insist that the Amnesty of 403 was scrupulously kept because of democratic magnaminity, and various non-narrative sources (particularly but not only Lysias) which imply that it was repeatedly broken. The minor problem concerns dating: why do the great political trials of the period occur not in 403, nor spread out, but bunched together around 399 ? The minor problem has previously been ignored; the major problem has been evaded, by rejecting one or the other half of the evidence. Some German scholars have ignored the narrative sources, but fail to ask why such anti-democratic historians should praise the democracy for keeping the Amnesty. Orthodox scholarship has accepted the narrative historians and sidestepped the non-narrative evidence; this position however requires massive special pleading (Chapter II), and there is too much evidence (Chapter III) to argue that the breaches were merely occasional lapses. To resolve the problems, I reconsider the narrative accounts of the Thirty, the Restoration and the Amnesty (Chapter IV). Both narratives deliberately suppress the key to understandig the period: it is clear from other evidence that the initiative for the Amnesty came not from any Athenian but from Pausanias of Sparta. Consequently the pressure to keep the Amnesty was not democratic magnanimity but fear of Spartan invasion if it were broken. Xenophon disguises this because his sources was Pausanias' enemy Agesilaos; to deny Pausanias credit, he would even praise the democracy. AlthPol goes further, inventing an all-powerful "moderate" faction to which he attributes the initiative for and the maintenance of the Amnesty. This explains the impression given by the non-narrative sources that though fairly-well kept, the Amnesty was kept under duress and not because of democratic magnanimity. It also explains the dating-problem: in 399 it was felt, rightly, that Spartan invasion was comparatively unlikely (Chapter V).
(Index to Theses 35-0362)

Tuplin, Christopher J.:
Rez. P. Krentz (Ed.): Xenophon: Hellenika II.3.1.11-IV.2.8 (Classical Texts.) Pp. iv + 220. Warminster: Aris & Phillips (1995) & Rez. O. Lendle: Kommentar zu Xenophons Anabasis: Bücher 1-7. Pp. xxxi + 527. 77 ills. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (1995).
In: The Classical Review. (CR / ClR / ClRev) Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 48 (1998), Heft 2. - S. 286-288.



Lendle, Otto:
Rez. Xenophon: Hellenika II.3.11 - IV.2.8. Edited with an IIntroduction, Translation and Commentary by Peter Krentz. Warminster: Aris & Phillips (1995).
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. - Bd. 70 (1998), Heft 2. - S. 100-103.



Z 58
Roos, A.G.:
Chronologisches zur Geschichte der Dreißig.
Klio 17, 1921, 1-15
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Dreißig; 3.4. Xenophon; Plut. Lysand. 15 [p.1]; Aristot. Ath.pol. 35,1 [p.1]; Xen. Hell. 2,3,1 [p.1]; Xen. Hell. 2,2,23 [p.3ff.]; Xen. Hell. 2,3,02-11 [p.3]; Xen. Hell. 2,4,25 [p.13ff.]; Xen. Hell. 2,4,21 [p.14]; 3.4. Lysias; Lysias, Gg. Eratosthenes _ 71 [p.3.7f.]; 3.4. Diodor; Diod. 14,3 [p.8ff.]; Lysias, Gg. Agoratos _ 34 [p.7]; 3.4. Ephoros; Ephoros/ Dreißig/ Lysias als Quelle [p.9]; Lysias, Gg. Eratosthenes _ 74 [p.9]; Isokr. Paneg. _ 113 [p.13]; 5.8.; opôra/ Xen. Hell. 2,4,25 [p.14]; Dreißig/ Chronologie; \ C.1.a.; A.2.d.;
(404, 24.04.: Kapitulation Athens
- Schleifung der Langen Mauern
404, Juni/ Juli, nach: Einsetzung der Dreißig
- Belagerung von Samos durch Lysander
404, Herbst Rückkehr Lysanders nach Sparta
404/403, Winter: Demokraten formieren sich unter Thrasybulos
403, Ende März/ Anfang April: Angriff auf den Peiraios, Tod des Kritias, Sturz der Dreißig
403, 04.10.: Rückkehr der Demokraten nach Athen) /

APh 59, 6247
Krentz, Peter:
Thibron and the Thirty.
AncW 15, 1987, 75-79
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.3.1. s.v.;Apologie; 5.1.2.1. s.v.;Thibron; 5.2.2.2. s.v.; Dreißig; \ / 5



APh 59, 6254
Németh, György:
Die Dreißig Tyrannen und die athenische Prosopographie.
ZPE 73, 1988, 181-194
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.2,3,2; 5.2.2.2. s.v.; Dreißig; Namensliste; Phyle; \ C.1.a. Griechische Geschichte /



Z 100; APh 46, p. 364
Sealey, R.:
Pap. Mich. inv. 5982. Theramenes.
ZPE 16, 1975, 279-288
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Dreißig; 3.2.2. s.v.; Hellenica Oxyrhynchia; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,2,15-23; 3.4. Lysias; Lysias/ 12,68-70; Lysias/ 13,8-11; Xenophon/ Theramenes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Theramenes; 5.5. s.v.; P. Mich. inv. 5982; \ F.; A.2.b.; A.2.d. / 3



Tp A I - 7
Adeleye, Gabriel:
Theramenes. The End of a Controversial Career
MusAfr 5, 1976, 9-19
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2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 4.3.5.2.1.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika II,3; 3.4. Diodor; 3.4. Aristoteles; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Theramenes; \ C.1.a. 0397 /


Z 37 - 76
Tuplin, Christopher:
The Failings of Empire. A Reading of Xenophon Hellenica 2.3.11-7.5.27 .
Stuttgart: Steiner 1993. pp. 264 (Historia: Einzelschriften. 76)
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Reich; Xen. Hell. 2,3,11-7,5,27; <> A.2.d.
[1/93]


Ogden, Daniel:
Rez. Tuplin: The Failings of Empire. A Reading of Xenophon Hellenica 2. 3. 11 - 7. 5. 27. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner (1993).
In: The Classical Review (CR / ClRev). Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 44 (1994), Heft 2. - S. 342-343.


Krentz, Peter:
Rez. Christopher Tuplin, The Failings of Empire: A Reading of Xenophon Hellenica 2. 3.11 -7. 5. 27. Historia Einzelschriften, Heft 76. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 1993. Pp. 264. ISBN 3-515-05912-1.
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 1993.06.09 (1993).


Z 18; APh 47, 7286
Roux, G.:
Aristophane, Xénophon, le Pseudo-Démosthène et l'architecture du bouleutérion d'Athènes.
BCH 100, 1976, 475-483
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Buleuterion; 3.4. Aristophanes; Aristophanes/ Equ. 475ff; 3.4. Demosthenes; Demosthenes [Ps.-]/ In Aristog. 1,23; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,3,15ff; Assos/ Bouleuterion; 5.1.1.1. s.v.; bouleuterion; Buleuterion/ Architektur; \ C.1.a.; D.3.; C.1.a. /


Tp D I - 10
Dorjahn, A.P.; Fairchild, W.D.:
On Xenophon, Hellenica 2.3.24-49.
CB 51, 1975, 60-62
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Dreißig; 3.2.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,3,24-49; Xenophon/ Rede; 4.4.2.2.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Theramenes/ Rede; Kritias/ Theramenes; \ A.2.d. /


APh 47, 4608
Schenkeveld, D.M.:
Xenophon, Hellenica II,3,24-29. Een rhetorische analyse.
Lampas 9, 1976, 141-157 [rés. en angl.]
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3.2.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,3,24-29; Xenophon/ Rede; \ A.2.d. /



Tp L I - 3
Loraux, Nicole:
Oikeios polemos: La guerra nella famiglia.
StudStor 28, 1987, 5-35
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2.2.3.; Krise des 4. Jh.; 2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Bruderkrieg; 3.2.1. s.v.; Tragödie, gr.; 3.2.3. s.v.; Polis/= Familie; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Menex. 243 e 2- 244 a 3; Platon/ Leg. 9,869c-d; Xenophon/ hell. 2,4,21; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; stasis; 4.1.4.4.1. Familie, gr.; syngeneía; phylon; emphylós; 4.3.5.3.1. s.v.; Brüderlichkeit; adelphoi hairetoi; 4.4.2.1. s.v.; Mord; phonos; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Bürgerkrieg, gr.; pólemos; oikeios; haima homaimon; \ D.5. 0400; /



Z 58
Kolbe, Walther:
Das Ehrendekret für die Retter der Demokratie. (IG II², 10.)
Klio 17, 1921, 242-248
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2.2.3.5.; 5.3.2.; IG II² 10; Syll. 120; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Hell. 2,4,25/ IG II² 10; Aischin. 3,187 [p.244]; Aristot. Ath.pol. 40 [p.244]; 4.1.2.1.; engúêsis/ Privileg/ Verleihung der [p.245]; enktêsis/ Privileg Metöken Athen [p.248]; 3.4. Lysias; Lysias/ Isotelie; Athen/ Bürgerkrieg gg. Dreißig/ Folgen; \ A.2.a.; C.1.a.; A.2.d.; (IG II² 10 gilt den Metöken, die unter Thrasybulos in der Munychia zur Wiederherstellung der Demokratie gekämpft hatten.) /



Zs 68; APh 49, 5111
Whitehead, D.:
Isotéleia, a metaphor in Xenophon.
Eirene 16, 1978, 19-22
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi 4,12; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,25 ; 4.1.1.6.1. Metöken; 4.2.4.1. s.v.; isotéleia; \ A.2.d. /



B `38, 3190; ZZ 63/150
Accame, S.:
La battaglia presso il Pireo del 403 a.C.
RivFil 16, 1938, 346-356
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Sparta; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Pausanias; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,31ff; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Schlacht/ Piräus/ 403 v.Chr.; \ G.3.; A.2.d.; 403 v.Chr. /



Z 175
Kränzlein, Arnold:
[rec.:] Loening, Thomas Clark, The recociliation agreement of 403/402 B.C. in Athens. Its content and applicaton (= Hermes, Einzelschr. 53), Stuttgart 1987.
ZRG 107, 1990, 455-462
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 3.4. Aristoteles; Aristoteles/ Ath.Pol. 39,1-6; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika 2.4, 38/39; 4.3.2.1.; 4.4.2.2.; \ / (6)



APh 18, p. 108; Zs 227
Prentice, W. K.:
Themistogenes of Syracuse. An error of copyist.
AJPh , 1947, 73-77
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3.2.2.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,1,2; Xenophon/ Themistogenes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Themistogenes von Syrakus/ Xen. an.; \ A.2.d.; Lies: themistôs henì tôn Kyreíôn gégraptai. Name des bis dahin unbekannten Themistogenes entstanden durch den Fehler eines Kopisten. /



Jehne, Martin:
Die Funktion der Berichts über die Kinadon-Verschwörung in Xenophons `Hellenika'.
Hermes 123, 1995, 166-174
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2.2.7.; 2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Hell. 3,3,4-11; Xenophon/ Kinadon-Verschwörung; Kinadon-Verschwörung; 5.2.2.1.; Kinadon/ Sparta, Anfang 4. Jh.v.; Xen. Hell. 3,3,4 [p.169]; Agesilaos II. v. Sparta/ Xen. Hell., Darstellung in; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; 398 od. 397 v.Chr. /





alg320.35/s48-2
Lotze, Detlef:
Bürger zweiter Klasse: Spartas Periöken. Ihre Stellung und Funktion im Staat der Lakedaimonier.
Akad. Wiss. Erfurt SB d. geisteswiss. Kl. 2, 1993/94, 37-51
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2.2.7.; Periöken/ Sparta; 4.1.1.8.1.; 4.1.2.1.; Xen. Hell. 3,3,6 [p.39]; Xenophon/ Periöken, spartan.; 4.1.1.1.1.; Spartiat/ Periöke/ Verhältnis; \ C.1.a. /


Sp L II - 2
Lins, Hermann:
Kritische Betrachtung der Feldzüge des Agesilaos in Kleinasien.
Halle (Saale): Buchdruckerei Hohmann 1914. pp. 57 (Diss. Halle/ Saale 1914.)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Agesilaos; 3.2.2.; Hellenika Oxyrhynchia/ Agesilaos; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Agesilaos; 4.6.1.2.1.; Agesilaos/ Kleinasienfeldzug; Schlacht/ Paktolos; <> C.1.a.; G.3.; A.2.d.
[A 1810/63]



ant2.10/m48-20
Ragone, Giuseppe:
L' IMITATIO AGAMEMNONIS di Agesilao fra Aulide ed Efeso.
MGR 20, 1996, 21-49
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 4.1.3.1.; imitatio Agamemnonis; 5.2.2.1.; Agesilaos II. v. Sparta/ Agamemnonis imitatio; Xen. Hell. 3,4; Xen. Hell./ Agesilaos; Aulis, Opfer in; Nep. Epam. 5,5f. [p.28]; Diod. 14,79,1 [p.28]; Plut. Ages./ imitatio Agamemnonis; 3.4. Xenophon; \ F.; 396 v.Chr. /



Tp B II - 14
Botha, Lorraine:
The Asiatic campaign of Agesilaos. The topography of the route from Ephesus to Sardis.
AClass 31, 1988, 71-80 .
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2.1.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.5. s.v.; Ephesos/ Sardis; 3.2.2.; Hellenika Oxyrhynchia/ Agesilaos'Feldzug gg. Tissaphernes; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ 14,80; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,4; 4.6.1.2.1.; Agesilaos/ Feldzug Asien; 5.5.3.2.1. s.v.; P. Oxy. 842; Topographie/ Lydien; \ G.3.; A.2.d.; B.3.; 395 v.Chr./ um; APh 60, 10614. /



ZZ 63/298; APh 45, p. 343
Berthiaume, G.:
Helléniques III,4,17 et le sens du terme chalkeús à l'époque classique.
RPh 48, 1974, 304-307
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,4,17; Xenophon/ Ages. 1,26; 4.2.6.1. s.v.; Schmiedehandwerk; Metallverarbeitung; 5.8. s.v.; chalkeús; sidereús; \ C.2.; A.2.d. / 2



ZZ 71/271
Nellen, Dieter:
Zur Darstellung der Schlacht bei Sardes in den Quellen.
AncSoc 3, 1972, 45-
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2.1.4.; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; 3.2.2.; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ 14,80,2-4; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Hell. 3,4,21-25; Xen. Ages. 1,29ff; 3.4. Pausanias; Paus. 3,9,6; 3.4. Plutarch; Plut. Ages. 10,1-4; 3.4. Nepos; Nep. Ages. 3,4f; 4.6.1.2.1.; Schlacht/ Sardes; 5.2.2.1.; Agesilaos/ RE 2; 5.5.3.2.1.; Hell. Oxy. 6,4-6; Xen. Hell. 3,4,22f [p.49]; Xen. Hell. 4,5,3 [p.49]; Xen. Hell. 5,4,50f [p.50]; Xen. Hell. 4,3,19 [p.50]; Xen. Hell. 3,4,21 [p.51]; D.Sic. 14,80,2 [p.51]; Xen. Hell. 3,4,24 [p.52]; Hell. Oxy. 6,6 [p.53]; \ G.3.; A.2.d.; 395 v.Chr.; Unterschiedl Darst. Folge der Agesialos-Verherrlichung Xen.'s. /


4` ZZ 80/191; APh 46, p. 649
Anderson, J.K.:
The battle of Sardis in 395 B.C.
CSCA 7, 1974, 27-53
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2.1.4. Perserreich; Sardis; 2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 3.4. Diodor; 3.2.1. s.v.; Hellenica Oxyrhynchia; 4.6.1.2.2. s.v.; Schlacht/ Sardes; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Agesilaos II. von Sparta; \ G.3.; A.2.d. / 2



Z 58
Wylie, Graham J.:
Agesilaus and the Battle of Sardis.
In: Klio. Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte. (Berlin: Akademie Verlag). - Bd. 74 (1992). - S. 118-130.
Abstract: Rival accounts of the victory won by the Spartan king Agesilaus over the Persians in 395 B.C. near Sardis and of foregoing and subsequent events, due respectively to Xenophon, Diodorus Siculus, and the Oxyrhynchus historian, are examined and compared. That of Xenophon, which is irreconcilable with the others in some respects, is considered the most credible, especially as it is probably based on first-hand testimony; nor is it likely to have been distorted by his partiality for Agesilaus. Some fundamental problems still in dispute are discussed. Despite his successes, Agesilaus' war policy in Asia seems to have been somewhat nebulous and opportunist, with little evidence of a coherent plan.


Tp F I - 5
Ferguson, William Scott:
Economic Causes of International Rivalries and Wars in Ancient Greece.
Annual Report of the American Historical Association. , 1915, 111-122
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2.2.3.; 2.2.3.4. Peloponnesischer Krieg; 2.2.3.5.; Korinthischer Krieg; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Korinth. Krieg; 4.2.2.; 4.6.1.2.1.; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,5; \ C.1.a.; A.2.d.; G.3. /




Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /






Z 58
Delbrück, Hans:
Antike Kavallerie.
Klio 10, 1910, 335-340
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2.1.4. s.v.; Achämeniden/ Militärgesch.; 2.2.3.2.; 2.2.3.5.; Hell. Oxy./ Schlacht Sardes; Xenophon/ Hell. 4,1,17-19; Diodor/ 14,80; Polybios/ 3,117; 4.6.1.2. s.v.; Kavallerie, antike; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Schlacht/ Sardes; Schlacht/ Marathon; \ G.1.; G.3.; A.2.d.; Gegen: Meyer, Ed., Theopomps Hellenika, S. 39ff. /



Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /





APh 58, 8142
Tomlinson, R.A.; Demakopoulou, K.:
Excavations at the circular building, Perachora.
ABSA 80, 1985, 261-279
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.4,5; 2.2.6. s.v.; Heraion-Tal; Perachora; 5.1.1.1.; Wasser/Regenwasserreservoir; Rundbau; \ A.2.f. Archäologie / Vorgeschichte /



B gr x 16-600
Stern, Ernst von:
Geschichte der spartanischen und thebanischen Hegemonie vom Königsfrieden bis zur Schlacht bei Mantinea. [Photomech. ND München]
Dorpat: H. Laakmann's Buch- u. Steindruckerei 1884. pp. 248 (Phil. Diss. Dorpat)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6. s.v.; Theben/ Hegemonie; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Hegemonie; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell., Nachwirkung; <> C.1.a.; A.2.d.; Königsfrieden; Antalkidas-Frieden; 387 v.Chr.
[72/92] Xen. Hell. 5,1ff.



Tp E I - 2
El Abbadi, M. A. H.:
The Greek Attitude towards the King's Peace of 386 B.C.
BSAA 43, 1975, 17-41
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2.1.4.;2.2.3.5.;2.2.7.;4.1.3.1.;4.6.1.1.1.;5.2.2.1. s.v.;Antalkidas;Königsfrieden;3.4. Xenophon; \ C.1.a. 0414 /


Zs 390; APh 46, p. 363
Rice, D.G.:
Xenophon, Diodorus and the year 379-378 B.C. Reconstruction and reappraisal.
YClS 24, 1975, 95-130
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Außenpolitik; 2.2.6. s.v.; Theben; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/ a. 379-378; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hellenika; 4.6.1.1.1.; 4.6.3.1.1. s.v.; Attisch-Del. Seebund/ 2.; \ C.1.a.; A.2.d.; 379-378 v.Chr.; /



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Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /









Schmitzer, Ulrich:
Sieben Thebaner gegen Theben - Bemerkungen zur Darstellungsform in Xenophon, hell. 5, 4, 1  12.
In: Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft (WJA). Neue Folge. (Würzburg). - Bd. 22 (1998). - S. 123-139.

Z 51
Borthwick, E K:
The scene on the Panagjurischte Amphora: a new solution.
JHS 96, 1976, 148-151
------------------------------------
2.2.3.4.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Tyrannenmord; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ mor. 575b-98f; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,4,7; 4.1.4.4.1.; Kômos-Thema; 5.1.5.1.; Panagjurischte-Amphore; 5.1.4.1.; Tyrannenmord; 5.2.2.1.; Leontiades/ RE 2; Philostrat/ VS i 2 p. 485 Olearius; \ D.3.; A.2.d.; C.1.a.; 379 v.Chr. /

Buckler, J.:
The re-establishment of the Boiotarchia (378 B.C.)
AJAH 4, 1979, 50-64
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.;2.2.6.;Boiotien;Theben;
3.4. Xenophon;3.4. Plutarch;3.4. Hell. Oxy.;
4.6.3.1.1. Staatenbund, gr.;
5.3.2.; SEG 25, 553;
Xenophon/Hellenika; \ APh 51, 9404; /

T bgrp 242-490
Pascual González, José
Plutarco y su vision de la hegemonía tebana.
Aus: Pérez Jiménez, Aurelio; Cerro Calderón, Gonzalo del (Hg.): Estudios sobre Plutarco: obra y traducion: actas del I Symposion espanol sobre Plutarco, Fuengirola 1988., Málaga 1990. pp. 73-79
-------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Hegemonie; 3.2.1.; Diodor/ Theben; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Plutarch; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Pelopidas; 4.1.3.1. Patriotismus, boiot.; Hegemonie/ Teben; Xen. Hell. 5,2,25-33; Xen. Hell. 5,4,1-12; Xen. Hell. 6,4,2-15; Xen. Hell. 7,5,1-2; Xen. Hell. 7,1,33-38; Plutarch/ Hegemonie, theb.; Plutarch/ Theben; - A.2.d.; C.1.a.;


T bgrp 242-490
Pascual González, José
Plutarco y su vision de la hegemonía tebana.
Aus: Pérez Jiménez, Aurelio; Cerro Calderón, Gonzalo del (Hg.): Estudios sobre Plutarco: obra y traducion: actas del I Symposion espanol sobre Plutarco, Fuengirola 1988., Málaga 1990. pp. 73-79
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Hegemonie; 3.2.1.; Diodor/ Theben; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Plutarch; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Pelopidas; 4.1.3.1. Patriotismus, boiot.; Hegemonie/ Teben; Xen. Hell. 5,2,25-33; Xen. Hell. 5,4,1-12; Xen. Hell. 6,4,2-15; Xen. Hell. 7,5,1-2; Xen. Hell. 7,1,33-38; Plutarch/ Hegemonie, theb.; Plutarch/ Theben; - A.2.d.; C.1.a.;




Klass. Arch.; APh 49, 5108
Roller, D.W.:
The location of Xenophon's Graòs stêthos.
AJA 82, 1978, 107-109
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,4,49f; Topographie/ Tanagra, Umgebung; \ A.2.d.; B.3. /



Zs 290; APh 57, 5189
Tuplin, C. J.:
Four textual notes on Xenophon Hellenica VI.
Philologus 130, 1986, 24-28
------------------------------------
3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 6; Xen. Hell. 6,3,16; Xen. Hell. 6,4,14; Xen. Hell. 6,4,23; Xen. Hell. 6,5,12; Xen. Hell. 6,5,21 \ A.2.d. /



Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /







Z 58
Beloch, Julius:
Griechische Aufgebote I.
Klio 5, 1905, 341-374
------------------------------------
2.2.3.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; Wehrpflicht, gr.; Xenophon/ Heeresaufgebote, gr. [p.344]; Mobilisierungsstärken, gr.; Athen/ Truppenstärken [p.347]; Xen. Hell. 6,1,5 [p.347]; Xen. Hell. 6,5,49 [p.349]; Thuk. 2,13 [p.356]; Diod. 12,40,4 [p.356]; Arist. Ath.pol. 24 [p.356]; Demographie/ Athen; \ G.2.; (1. Einleitung [p.341]/ 2. Athen [p.347]) /



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APh 46, p. 363
Mosley, D.J.:
Xénophon et Iphikrates.
RSA 4, 1974, 64-68
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Generäle; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. VI 2,27-28 ; Xenophon/ Iphikrates; 4.1.3.1.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Iphikrates; \ F.; A.2.d.; 374-371 v.Chr. /





Schepens, Guido:
Three Voices on the History of a Difficult Relationship. Xenophon's Evaluation of Athenian and Spartan Identities in Hellenica VI 3.
In: Identità e Valori. Fattori di Aggregazione e Fattori di Crisi nell' Esperienza Politica Antica. Bergamo, 16 - 18 dicembre 1998. A cura di Alberto Barzanò -Cinzia Bearzot - Franca Landucci - Luisa Prandi - Giuseppe Zecchini. Alle radici della cassa comune europea. volume terzo. Roma: »L' Erma« di Bretschneider.(Monografie. Centro ricerche e documentazione sull' antichità classica. 21.). - 1998. - S. 81-96.



APh 20, p. 247; Zs 250
Roos, A. G.:
The peace of Sparta of 374 B.C.
Mnemosyne 4a Ser. 2, 1949, 265-285
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Frieden; 2.2.7.; 3.2.2. s.v.; Ephoros; Philochoros; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,3; 3.4. Diodor; 3.4. Isokrates; 4.6.1.1.1. s.v.; Friede/ Sparta 374 v.Chr.; \ C.1.a.; A.2.d.; 374 v.Chr. /



4° ZZ 86/92; APh 49, 5110
Tuplin, C.J.:
The Athenian embassy to Sparta, 372/1.
LCM 2, 1977, 51-56
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Sparta; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Hell. 6,3,2 ; 4.6.1.1.1. s.v.; Gesandtschaft/ Athen-Sparta; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a. /



Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /



Zs 49; APh 47, 4599
Dalfen, J.:
Xenophon als Analytiker und Kritiker politischer Rede (Zu Hell. VI 3,4-17 und VI 5,33-48).
GB 5, 1976, 59-84
------------------------------------
3.2.4. s.v.; exemplum/ Mythos; exemplum/ Geschichte; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,3,4-17; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,5,33-48; Xenophon/ Rede; 4.1.3.1. Propaganda, gr.; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /

T bgrp 242-490
Pascual González, José
Plutarco y su vision de la hegemonía tebana.
Aus: Pérez Jiménez, Aurelio; Cerro Calderón, Gonzalo del (Hg.): Estudios sobre Plutarco: obra y traducion: actas del I Symposion espanol sobre Plutarco, Fuengirola 1988., Málaga 1990. pp. 73-79
-------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Hegemonie; 3.2.1.; Diodor/ Theben; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Plutarch; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Pelopidas; 4.1.3.1. Patriotismus, boiot.; Hegemonie/ Teben; Xen. Hell. 5,2,25-33; Xen. Hell. 5,4,1-12; Xen. Hell. 6,4,2-15; Xen. Hell. 7,5,1-2; Xen. Hell. 7,1,33-38; Plutarch/ Hegemonie, theb.; Plutarch/ Theben; - A.2.d.; C.1.a.;


Xen. Hell. 6,3,6

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Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /





APh 59, 15252
Hanson, Victor:
Epameinondas, the battle of Leuktra (371 B.C.), and the "revolution" in Greek battle tactics.
ClAnt 7, 1988, 190-207
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/15,52-56; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/Pel.20-23; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.6,4,3-15; 4.6.1.2.1.; Leuktra; 5.2.2.1. s.v.;Epaminondas; Schlacht/Leuktra; Taktik; Militärgeschichte; \ G.3. Kriege und Schlachten /

Z 36
Roy, James:
Arcadia and Boeotia in Peloponnesian affairs 370-362 B.C.
Historia 20, 1971, 569-599
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.6.; Boiotia; Arkadien; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.5.2.1. Aristokratie/Oligarchie, gr.; 4.3.5.3.1. Demokratie, gr.; 4.6.1.1.1. Verh. Frieden, gr.; 4.6.1.2.1. Kriegf., gr.; 4.6.3.1.1. zw.staatl. Vgg., gr.; Boeotien; \ C.1.a. /



Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /




Xen. Hell. 6,5,6-7

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APh 59, 12091
Christien, Jacqueline:
L'invasion de la Laconie (370-369 a. C.) et les routes du nord de l'état spartiate.
Praktikà g' diethnous synedríou Peloponnesiakon spoudon 2, 1987-1988, 325-336
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; Peloponnes; Karyai; Oion; Eutaea; Topographie; Analipsis; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/63,4+64,1-6; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell. 6,5,12-15.23-27 ; 4.6.1.2.1.; 370/369 v.Chr.; \ G.3. Kriege und Schlachten /



Zs 49; APh 47, 4599
Dalfen, J.:
Xenophon als Analytiker und Kritiker politischer Rede (Zu Hell. VI 3,4-17 und VI 5,33-48).
GB 5, 1976, 59-84
------------------------------------
3.2.4. s.v.; exemplum/ Mythos; exemplum/ Geschichte; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,3,4-17; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,5,33-48; Xenophon/ Rede; 4.1.3.1. Propaganda, gr.; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /



Z 58
Beloch, Julius:
Griechische Aufgebote I.
Klio 5, 1905, 341-374
------------------------------------
2.2.3.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; Wehrpflicht, gr.; Xenophon/ Heeresaufgebote, gr. [p.344]; Mobilisierungsstärken, gr.; Athen/ Truppenstärken [p.347]; Xen. Hell. 6,1,5 [p.347]; Xen. Hell. 6,5,49 [p.349]; Thuk. 2,13 [p.356]; Diod. 12,40,4 [p.356]; Arist. Ath.pol. 24 [p.356]; Demographie/ Athen; \ G.2.; (1. Einleitung [p.341]/ 2. Athen [p.347]) /




Xénophon et la rhétorique

(dir.) Pierre Pontier

ISBN : 978-2-84050-924-0

Date de publication : 10/05/2014 / Format : 160 x 240 / Nombre de pages : 380 (Hellenica)

Deuxième partie



Cinzia Bearzot, Federalismo e autonomia nelle Elleniche di Senofonte.  
Milano:  Vita e Pensiero, 2004.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 88-343-1113-2.
Reviewed by Jacek Rzepka, Warsaw University
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.04.11 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2005/2005-04-11.html


I. Rede d. Theban. Gesandten in Athen in 395v. (Hell. III 5, 8-15) [p.21ff] / II. Union von Argos & Korinth um 390v.ff. (Hell. IV 4, 1-14) [p.31ff] /
III. Dioikismos von Mantinea in 385v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 37ff.] / IV. Rede d. Kleigenes von Akanthus in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 12-19) [p. 45ff.] /
V. Rede d. Leontiades in 382v. (Hell. V 2, 33-34) [p. 57ff.] / VI. Rede d. Polydamas von Pharsalos in 375/4v. (Hell. VI 1, 4-16) [p. 63ff.] /
VII. Theban. Angriff auf Plataiai & Thespiai in 373v. (Hell. VI 3, 1) [p. 73ff.] / VIII. Rede d. Autokles, Athen. Gesandter bei Friedensverhandlungen in Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 7-9) [p. 85ff.] /
IX. Frieden von Sparta in 371v. (Hell. VI 3, 18-20) [p. 93ff.] /
X. Vorschlag d. Spartaners Protoos in 371v. (Hell. VI 4, 2) [p. 109ff.] / XI. Stasis / Bürgerkrieg in Tegea in 370v. (Hell. VI 5, 6-9) [p. 119ff.] /
XII. Krise d. Arkadischen Koinon in 360v. ff. (Hell. VII 4, 33-35) [p. 127ff.] /



Xen. Hell. 7,1,23

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T bgrp 242-490
Pascual González, José
Plutarco y su vision de la hegemonía tebana.
Aus: Pérez Jiménez, Aurelio; Cerro Calderón, Gonzalo del (Hg.): Estudios sobre Plutarco: obra y traducion: actas del I Symposion espanol sobre Plutarco, Fuengirola 1988., Málaga 1990. pp. 73-79
-------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Theben/ Hegemonie; 3.2.1.; Diodor/ Theben; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Plutarch; 3.4. Plutarch; Plutarch/ Pelopidas; 4.1.3.1. Patriotismus, boiot.; Hegemonie/ Teben; Xen. Hell. 5,2,25-33; Xen. Hell. 5,4,1-12; Xen. Hell. 6,4,2-15; Xen. Hell. 7,5,1-2; Xen. Hell. 7,1,33-38; Plutarch/ Hegemonie, theb.; Plutarch/ Theben; - A.2.d.; C.1.a.;




APh 47, 8651
Lanzillotta, E.:
La fondazione di Megalopoli.
RSA 5, 1975, 25-46
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6. s.v.; Megalopolis/ Gründung; Diodor/ 15,72,4; Pausanias/ 8,27,1-8; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 7,1,24; 4.6.3.1.1. s.v.; Arkadischer Bund; 5.1.2.1. s.v.; Synoikismos; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Lykomedes; \ C.1.a.; A.2.d. /



Xen. Hell. 7,1,26

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APh 58, 5102
Orsi, Domenica Paola:
La Boulé dei Tebani.
QS 13, 1987 No. 25, 125-144
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.6.; Boiotien; Theben; Sikyon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell.7,3; 4.3.2. s.v.; boulé; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Bürgerkrieg/Sikyon; 4.6.3.1.1.; \ C.1.a. Griechische Geschichte /



APh 48, 4863
Trojani, M.:
Senofonte ed il théatron di Olimpia.
AAPat 87, 3, 1974-1975, 5-15
------------------------------------
2.2.6. s.v.; Olympia/ Theater; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 7,4,31 ; 5.1.1.1.; 5.8. s.v.; théatron; \ A.2.d. /



Tp G II - 2
Gray, Vivienne:
The artist and the actor. Comments on the status of Written History in the Graeco-Roman Tradition.
Prudentia 20,1, 1988, 4-8
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3.2.2.; Geschichte/ Historiker; Ereignis/ Geschichtsschreibung; 3.4. Herodot; Herodot/ Selbstverst.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Selbstverst.; Xenophon/ Hell. 7,5, 8-27; 4.1.3.1.; 5.8. s.v.; apodeiknymi/ Term. tech. Gesch.schr.; mnêmosyna/ Herodot; \ A.2.d.; APh 60, 11829 /



Sp T II - 7
Taeger, Fritz:
Der Friede von 362/1. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der panhellenischen Bewegung im 4. Jh.
Stuttgart: Kohlhammer 1930. pp. 67 (Tübinger Beitr. z. Altertumswiss. 11.)
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 3.4. Isokrates; 4.6.1.1.1. Verträge, gr.; 4.1.3.1. s.v.; Panhellenismus; Königsfrieden/ Ablösung; Friede/ 362/1 v.Chr.; 5.3.2. s.v.; IG 4,566; Syll. I3 182; Platon, Menexenos 6-17; Isokrates/ Panegyrikos; Isokrates/ Philippos; Demosthenes/ Symmorienrede; <> C.1.a.; 362-361 v.Chr.; Plat. Menex.:
13ff. Xenophon: 15ff.
Isokrates: 23ff.53ff. Demosthenes: 45ff.
[231/78]







Hipparchikos/ Der Kavalleriegeneral



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2019.04.12

Kai Brodersen, Xenophon. Ross und Reiter: griechisch-deutsch. Sammlung Tusculum.   Berlin; Boston:  De Gruyter, 2018.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 9783110595628.  €29,95.  

Reviewed by Robert Porod, Zentrum Antike. Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz (robert.porod@uni-graz.at)

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Althoff, J. 2002. “Form und Funktion der beiden hippologischen Schriften Xenophons Hipparchicus und De re equestri (mit einem Blick auf Simon von Athen).” In Antike Fachtexte, ed. T. Fögen, 235–252. Berlin.





D And
Anderson, J. K.:
Ancient Greek Horsemanship.
Berkeley: 1961.
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4.1.5.1."Kulturgeschichte, griechisch"; Reiterei, gr.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; Kavallerie, gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hipparchikos; <> G.1.; Klass. Arch.



APh 58, 5092
Anderson, John K.:
Leadership and horsemanship. Xenophon's views on the training of man and beast.
AAPhA , 1987, 73 Summary in
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3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.4.1.1.; 4.6.2.1. Militärgeschichte; Reiterei; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /



B `36, 2403; Zs 346
Chantraine, P.:
rec.: Ekman, E., Zu Xenophons Hipparchikos ...
RevPhil 10, 1936, 72
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hipparchikos; Ekman, E./ Xenophon Hipparchikos; \ A.2.d.



B `34, 1617
Giusti, A.:
rec.: Ekman, E., Zu Xenophons Hipparchikos ...
MCl 4, 1934, 311-312
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hipparchikos; Ekman, E./ Xenophon Hipparchikos; \ A.2.d. /



APh 58, 5105
Salomone, Serena:
Letteratura, tradizione e novità tattico-strategiche nello Hipparchikos di Senofonte.
Maia 38, 1986, 197-205
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; 3.4. Tactica; Xenophon/Hipparchikos; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.2.; Kavallerie; Reiterei; Taktik; Strategie; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /






Kynegetikos/ Cynegeticus/ De venatione/ Über die Jagd mit Hunden

Textausgaben

APh 60, 5836
Xenophon Atheniensis:
La Caccia (Cinegetico) [Kynegetikos, ital.],
[trad. & note] a cura di Tessier, Andrea, introd. di Longo, Oddone, con testo a fronte..
Venezia: Marsilio 1989. 139 S.
(Collana Il Convivio)
A.1.d.; rec.: Ramini, Aufidus 1989 No. 8, 215-216.


Xenophon:
La caccia (cinegetico). Con testo a fronte. Senofonte. A cura di Andrea Tessier.
Venezia : Marsilio, 1989. - 139 S. - (Il convivio Letteratura universale Marsilio).

Xenophon:
On hunting. Ed. and transl. by Ralph E. Doty.
Lewiston, NY [u.a.] : Mellen, 2001. - III, 175 S. - (Studies in classics ; 13).

Gray, Vivienne:
Rez. A. A. Phillips & M. M. Willcock (Eds.): Xenophon & Arrian On Hunting with Hounds. Pp. xii + 196, ills. Warminster: Aris & Phillips (1999).
In: The Classical Review. Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 50 (2000), Heft 2. - S. 584.

Hesk, Jon:
Rez. A. A. Phillips, M. M. Willcock, Xenophon and Arrian, On Hunting. Warminster: 1999. Pp. xii, 196. ISBN 0-85-568706-5 (pb)
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 2000.11.19 (2000).



Textgeschichte

Schmoll, Edward A.
Xenophon's De venatione. A collation stemma, and crit. text. Iowa City, Iowa, Univ. of Iowa, Diss. 1982. - VI, 88 S.

APh 60, 5847
Jackson, Donald F.:
The mysterious manuscript A of the `Cynegeticus'.
Hermes 117, 1989, 157-166
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kynegetikos; Xenophon/ Kyneg., Textgeschichte; \ A.1.d. /

APh 60, 5858
Schmoll, Edward:
The fragmentary manuscripts of Xenophon's Cynegeticus.
SyllClass 1, 1989, 21-25
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kynegetikos; Xenophon/ Kyneg., Textgeschichte; \ A.1.d. /



APh 20, p. 138
Rézette, H.:
La chasse dans l'oeuvre de Xénophon: Thèse de lic. Univ. de Louvain; cf.
RBPh 25, 1946-1947, 944
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Jagd; 4.1.5.1. s.v.; Jagd, gr./ Xenophon; \ A.2.d. /



APh 47, 4613
Wesoly, M.:
De educandi ratione a Xenophonte in Cynegetico proposita.
SPhP 2, 1974, 9-31 [en polon. avec rés. en lat.]
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kynegetikos; Xenophon/ Erziehung; 4.1.4.1.1. s.v.; Jagd/ Erziehung; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /



Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• The Enemies of Hunting in Xenophon’s Cynegeticus, David Thomas





APh 20, p. 177; Zs 360
Radermacher, L.:
Wortzerreissung.
WS 63, 1948, 1-7
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyneg. 5,32; \ A.2.d. /



ZZ 61/501
Watson, Lindsay C.:
The Iambist as Sheep-Dog: Horace, Epode VI 7-8.
Mnemosyne 36, 1983, 156-159
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3.4. Horaz; Horaz/ ep. 6,7-8; 4.2.7.; Schäferhund; Columella/ RR 7,12,7 ff; Xenophon/ Cyn. 8,1 ff; Opp. Cyn. 3,308 ff; Xen. Cyn. 8,1 ff; \ D.3. /



APh 47, 571
Stadter, P.A.:
Xenophon in Arrian's Cynegeticus.
GRBS 17, 1976, 157-167
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3.3. s.v.; imitatio; aemulatio; 3.4. Arrian; Arrian/ Kynegetikos; Arrian/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kynegetikos; Xenophon/ Nachwirkung; \ A.2.d. /











Kyrupädie/ Cyroupaedia

Forschungsberichte/ Lexikonartikel

Hadot, P.; Engemann, J. (Übers.):
Fürstenspiegel. A. Terminologie 556. B. Alter Orient 556. I. Ägypten 557. II. Mesopotamien 562. III. Israel u. Judentum 564. C. Die griech.-röm. Tradition. I. Archaische Zeit 568. a. Homer 569. b. Hesiod 570. c. Theognis 571. d. Pindar 572. II. Die Zeit der griech. Stadtstaaten 573. a. Isokrates 574. b. Xenophon 576. c. Platon 578. III. Hellenistisch-römische Zeit 580. a. Die großen Gestalten der kynisch-stoischen Tradition. 1. Alexander 582. 2. Herakles, Kyros, Odysseus 584. 3. Antigonos Gonatas 585. b. Inschriften, Papyri u. literarische Texte hellenistischer Zeit 585. c. Der Brief des Aristeas 587. d. Neupythagoreische Abhandlungen über das Königtum 589. e. Philon 592. f. Seneca 594. g. Musonius Rufus 595. h. Plutarch 596. i. Dion Chrysostomos 597. k. Marc Aurel 600. 1. Griechische Panegyriker 601. 1. Der Traktat des Rhetors Menander 602. 2. Aelius Aristides 603. 3. Themistios 603. 4. Kaiser Julian 604. 5. Libanios 606. 6. Synesios 606. 7. Prokop v. Gaza 607. m. Lateinische Historiker u. Biographen 607. n. Lateinische Panegyriker 608. o. Plinius der Jüngere 609. D. Christentum 610. I. Schriften des NT 610. II. Das 2. u. 3. Jh. 612. III. Eusebius v. Caesarea. a. Christus als König 614. b. Die Tricennatsrede als christlicher F. 614. c. Die Schrift 'Über das Leben Konstantins' 615. IV. Die byzantinische Überlieferung. a. Der Diakon Agapet 615. b. Kaiser Basileios 617. V. Der lateinische Westen. a. Allgemeine Charakteristika 617. b. Ambrosius 617. c. Augustinus 618. d. Die Päpste des 5. Jh. 618. e. Corippus 618. f. Martinus v. Bracara 619. g. Gregor d. Gr. 619. h. Isidor v. Sevilla 619. i. Der Traktat 'De duodecim abusivis saeculi' 621. k. Die karolingische Zeit 621. 1. Paulinus v. Aquileja 621. 2. Smaragdus v. St. Mihiel 622. 3. Jonas v. Orléans 622. 4. Sedulius Scottus 622. 5. Hinkmar v. Reims 623. 6. Die Institutio Traiani 623. E. Zusammenfassung 623.
In: Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum. Sachwörterbuch zur Auseinandersetzung des Christentums mit der antiken Welt. Band VIII. Fluchtafel (Defixion) - Gebet I. (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann). - 1972. - S. 555-632.


gri782.70/g76-6
Hofmann, H. (Ed.),
Groningen Colloquia on the Novel. Vol. VI.,
Groningen: Egbert Forsten 1995. 183 S.
---------------- 3.2.1.; 3.3.1.2.; Roman, antiker/ Sammelband über; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie/ Roman, hellenist.; Achilles Tatios; 3.4. Petron; Petron/ Satyrikon; Petron/ Religion; superstitio/ Petron; 3.4. Apuleius; 3.4. Tertullian; 5.8.; revelare; curiositas; Apuleius/ Apologia; Alexanderroman/ Monumente; -- D.3.; (Index: 171ff.)




Textausgaben

B gr x 16-118
Xenophon:
Xenophontis de Institutione Cyri Historiae. Graece et Latine.
Ex Recensione Wells, Edvardi.
Leipzig: Libraria Gleditschia 1801. 561 S.
A.1.d. Autoren;
108/91(7)


R bgrx 16-127
Xenophon [Atheniensis]:
Kyrupädie: Die Erziehung des Kyros. Griechisch-deutsch/ Xenophon.
[Einheitssacht.: Cyropaedia]. Hrsg. u. übers. v. Nickel, Rainer..
München/ Zürich: Artemis & Winkler 1992. 795 S.
(Sammlung Tusculum)
A.1.d.;
[R 67/92]



ZZ 49/293; APh 47, 4593
Conomis:
rec.: Xénophon, Cyropédie, texte établi & trad. par Bizos, M.I., I: Livres I-II; II: Livres III-V ...
Gnomon 48, 1976, 123-128
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; Bizos, M.I.; \ A.1.d. /



APh 45, p. 343
de Carvalho:
rec.: Xenophon, Cyropédie, t. II: Livres III-V [Kyrupädie, franz.], ét. & trad. par Bizos, M., Paris 1973 (Coll. G. Budé.)
Euphrosyne 6, 1973-1974, 249-251
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 3-5; Bizos, M./ Xen., Kyrup. 3-5; \ A.1.d. /



ZZ 63/351; APh 49, 5091
d'Agostino:
rec.: [Xenophon Atheniensis], Cyropédie, livres III-V, par Bizos, M. ...
RSC 23, 1975, 153-154
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie 3-5; Bizos, M.; \ A.1.d. /




APh 59, 6239
Xenophon:
The school of Cyrus. William Barker's 1567 translation of Xenophon's Cyropaedeia (The education fo Cyrus),
ed. by Tatum, James.
New York: Garland 1987. 209 S.
(The Renaissance imagination. 37.)



B gr x 16 - 51
Xenophon:
[Cyropaedia. English] The School of Cyrus: William Barker's 1567 translation Xenophon's Cyropaedeia (The education of Cyrus).
Edited by Tatum, James.
New York; London: Garland Publishing, Inc. 1987. 210 S.
(The Renaissance imagination; Vol. 37)
A.1.d.; H.;
ISBN 0-8240-8417-9
26/92 (10)


APh 58, 5091
Xenophon:
[Kyrupädie, span.] Ciropedia,
introd., trad. & notas de Vegas Sansalvador, Ana.
Madrid: Gredos 1987. 510 S.
index
Bibl. clás. Gredos No. 108.
A.1.d. Autoren


Wayne Ambler. Xenophon: The Education of Cyrus. Ithaca u.a.: Cornell University Press, 2001. 304S.  ISBN 978-0-8014-8750-7. 



Charlotte Schubert. Review of Ambler, Wayne, Xenophon: The Education of Cyrus. H-Soz-u-Kult, H-Net Reviews. March, 2002.
URL: http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=16532
(ablehnend)



Textgeschichte


APh 48, 4855
García Valdés, M.:
Los problemos del stemma de la Ciropedia.
Emerita 43, 1975, 139-168
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; \ A.2.d. /


B `37, 2368
Breuning, P. S.:
De nonnullis codicibus Xenophontis Cyri Institutionis.
Mnemosyne 4, 1936/37, 295-298
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup., Textüberlieferung; \ A.2.d. /


Zs 225; APh 47, 4610
Thurn, H.:
Die Erlanger Handschrift von Xenophon Kyrupädie. Ihre Fehldatierung und deren Folgen.
WJA N.F. 2, 1976, 75-82
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; Xenophon/ Textkritik; \ A.2.d. /



Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen


Bruell, Chr.:
Xenophon's Education of Cyrus.
[Chicago]: 1969. (Diss. Univ. of Chicago 1969.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Cyrup.;


B gr x 16-900
Tatum, James:
Xenophon's Imperial Fiction. In the Education of Cyrus.
Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Univ. Press 1989. pp. 301
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2.1.4. Perserreich;2.2.3.5. 404-338;3.4. Xenophon;4.3.5.1.1. Monarchie, gr.; <>
219/89 (/)


Tatum, James:
Xenophon's imperial fiction. On The education of Cyrus.
Princeton, NJ : Princeton Univ. Pr., 1989. - XIX, 301.


Zs 250
Sancisi-Weerdenburg, Heleen:
rec.: Tatum, James, Xenophon's Imperial Fiction. On the Education of Cyrus. Princeton 1989.
Mnemosyne 45, 1992, 102-109
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; Tatum, J./ Xenophon Imperial Fiction; \ A.2.d.; "... Tatum undeniably has created his own eminantly redable Cyrus from the Cyropaedia. I am not convinced that that Cyrus has much in common with the one created by Xenophon." /


APh 60, 5859; Zs 227
Stadter, P. A.:
rec.: Tatum, James, Xenophon's imperial fiction. On the Education of Cyrus. Princeton 1989.
AJPh 110, 1989, 665-668
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.3.5.1.1.; Reich/ Xen. cyrup.; Tatum, James/ Xenophon's imperial fiction; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /



Gr x 16 9892
Due, Bodil:
The Cyropaedia. Xenophon's aims and methods. /By Bodil Due.
Aarhus: Aarhus UP 1989. pp. 264
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup./ Gesamtdarst.; <> A.2.d.; ISBN 87 7288 246 8. Klass. Phil.

Due, Bodil:
The cyropaedia. Xenophon's aims and methods. Zugl.: Aarhus, Univ., Diss.
Aarhus : Aarhus Univ. Pr., 1989. - 264 S.


Tuplin, Christopher J.:
Rez. Due, Bodil : The Cyropaedia. Xenophon's Aims and Methods (1989).
In: The Classical Review (CR / ClR / ClRev). Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 42 (106) (1992), Heft 2. - S. 284-285.




Christian Mueller-Goldingen: Untersuchungen zu Xenophons Kyrupädie. Teubner, Stuttgart 1995.

Reihe:Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 42

ND 2013, XVI, 308 Seiten (Reprint 2013 Erscheinungsdatum: März 2013 ISBN: 978-3-11-093215-7)

Schlagworte: Xenophon: Cyropaedia

I. Kyrosstoff i.d. Historiographie und Philosophie vor Xenophon/ 1. Xenophon & d. Kyrostradition bei Herodot &Ktesias . 1/ 2. Die politische Theorie & d.Kyrosbild d. Antisthenes . . . 25/

II Die Kyrupädie/ 1. Zur Datierung d. Kyrupädie 45/ 2. Das Proöm d. Kyrupädie 56/ 3. Der persische Idealstaat & Kyros' Erziehung (I 2,1 ff.) . . . . 64/ 4. Kyros' erste Feldherrnrede (I 5,7ff.) & d. Dialog mit Kambyses (I 6,2 ff.) 102/ 5. Kyros' Heeresreform & die Gleichheitsdebatte (II 1,1 ff.) . 134/ 6. Die Begegnung zw. Kyros & Tigranes & die Chaldäerepisode (III 1,1 ff.) 150/ 7. Die erste Auseinandersetzung mit Assyrien (III 3,6 ff.) 165/ 8. Die Folgen d. persisch-medischen Sieges (IV 1,1 ff.) 172/ 9. Der Dialog zw. Kyros & Araspas über den Eros (V 1,2 ff.) 188/ 10. Kyros als d. ideale Bündnispolitiker (V 1,19 ff.) 195/ 11. Die Begegnung zw. Kyros & Kyaxares (V 5,1 ff.) . . . 201/ 12. Kyros, Pantheia & Abradatas (VI 1,31 ff.) 204/ 13. Die Eroberung Kleinasiens & Babylons (VII 4,1 ff.) 212/ 14. Die Sicherung & Organisation d. persischen Weltreiches (VII 5,37 ff.) 216/ 15. Kyros als e?da?µ?? & Weiser (VIII 7) 250/ 16. Der Schluß d. Kyrupädie (VIII 8) 262/

III Ergebnisse 273

Literaturverzeichnis 281

Register 289



Tuplin, Christopher J.:
Rez. C. Mueller-Goldingen: Untersuchungen zu Xenophons Kyrupädie. Stuttgart & Leipzig: Teubner (1995). p. xvi + 308.
In: The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS / JHSt). (Published by the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies.). - Bd. 118 (1998). - S. 214.


Gruber, Joachim:
Rez. Christian Mueller-Goldingen: Untersuchungen zu Xenophons Kyrupädie. Stuttgart / Leipzig: Teubner (1995), XVI, 308 S. (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde. 42.).
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. (C. H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung München). - Bd. 73 (2001), Heft 5. - S. 446-448


Nadon, Christopher:
Xenophon's prince. Republic and empire in the Cyropaedia.
Berkeley [u.a.] : Univ. of California Press, 2001. - XIII, 198 S. - (The Joan Palevsky imprint in classical literature).


Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2002.06.10

Christopher Nadon, Xenophon's Prince. Republic and Empire in the Cyropaedia.   Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2001.  Pp. xiii, 198.  ISBN 0-520-22404-3.  

Reviewed by John Dillery, University of Virginia (jdd4n@virginia.edu)
Word count: 2133 words

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Dillery, John:
Rez. Christopher Nadon, Xenophon's Prince. Republic and Empire in the Cyropaedia. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001. Pp. xiii, 198. ISBN
0-520-22404-3.
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr). - Bd. 2002.06.10 (2002).

Word count: 2133 words

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T bgrx 16-380
Newell, Waller Randy:
Xenophon's "Education of Cyrus" and the Classical Critique of Liberalism.
Ann Arbor: UMI o.J.. pp. 291 Ph.D. Yale Univ., 1981.
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.3.5.1.1. Mon., gr.; 4.3.5.3.1. Demokratie, gr.; Liberalismus; <> A.2.d. 0450;D.5.


Stadter, Philip A.:
Rez. Gera, Deborah Levine : Xenophon's Cyropaedia. Style, Genre, and Literary Technique. (Oxford Classical Monographs). Oxford: Clarendon Press (1993).
In: The Classical Review (CR / ClRev). Published for the Classical Association by Oxford University Press. - Bd. 44 (1994), Heft 2. - S. 271-272.


Mueller-Goldingen, Christian:
Rez. Deborah Levine Gera: Xenophon's Cyropaedia. Style, Genre, and Literary Technique. Oxford: Clarendon Press (1993) XII, 348 S. (Oxford Classical
Monographs).
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft. - Bd. 70 (1998), Heft 4. - S. 299-303.


Keen, Antony G.:
Rez. Deborah Levine Gera, Xenophon's Cyropaedia: Style, Genre and Literary Technique. Oxford: 1993. Pp. xii + 348. ISBN 0-19-814477-6.
In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review. (http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/1994/94.01.10.html). - Bd. 1994.01.10 (1994).



R bgrx 16-312
Hémardinquer, M:
La Cyropédie. Essai sur les Idées Morales et Politiques de Xénophon. / Par M. Hémardinquer.
Paris: Ernest Thorin, Libraire-Éditeur 1872. pp. 328
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.1.4.1.1.; 4.1.4.4.1. Familie, gr.; 4.6.2.1.; 4.3.5.1.1.; 4.5.3.; 3.2.3.; <> D.5.; A.2.d.;
[R 66/93]



Tp C II - 5
Castiglioni, Luigi:
Studi senofontei. V. La Ciropedia.
Rendiconti della R. Accad. naz. dei Lincei , 1922 settembre, 34-56
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3.2.1.; Roman/ Xen. Kyrup.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.1.3.1.; Alexander/ Kyros d.Ä.; 4.1.4.1.1.; 4.3.5.1.1.; 4.6.2.1.; \ A.2.d. /



R bgrx 16 - 340
Klerk, Jacobus:
Dissertatio historica et literaria de VITA CROESI, quam Xenophon in Cyropaedia tradidit, ad fidem historicam exacta.
Lugdunum Batavorum [Leiden]: Apud viduam M. Cyfueer, J. Fil. 1825. pp. 110 (Diss. Un. Leiden. 1825.)
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2.1.4.; Achämeniden/ Kyros d.Gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 5.2.2.1.; Kyros d.Gr.; <> A.2.d.; F.
[R 16/93]


APh 60, 5860; Zs 225
Zimmermann, Bernd:
Roman und Enkomion. Xenophons "Erziehung des Kyros".
WJA 15, 1989, 97-105
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3.2.2. s.v.; Roman/ Xen. cyrup.; 3.2.4. s.v.; Enkomion/ Xen. cyrup.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; \ A.2.d.; D.3. /


Zs 23; APh 46, p. 384
Cizek, A.:
From the historical truth to the literary convention. The life of Cyrus the Great viewed by Herodotus, Ctesias and Xenophon.
AC 44, 1975, 531-552
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2.1.4.; 2.2.3.1.; 3.2.1. s.v.; Ktesias von Knidos; 3.4. Herodot; Herodot/ Kyros d.Gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Kyros d.Gr.; \ A.2.d.; F. /


Zs 23
Cizek, Alexandru:
From the historical truth to the literary convention: The life of Cyrus the Great viewed by Herodotus, Ctesias and Xenophon.
AC 44, 1975, 531-552
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2.1.4.; 3.2.2.; Historiographie/ Mythographie; 3.3.2.; 3.4. Herodot; 3.4. Ktesias v. Knidos; 3.4. Xenophon; 5.2.2.1.; Kyros d.Ä.; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; Achämeniden/ Kyros d.Gr.; alêtheía/ Geschichtsschreibung; Cic. Brut. 11 [p.534]; Quint. Inst. 10,31 [p.534]; Rhet. ad Her. 1,13 [p.535]; historia/ fabula [p.535]; Xen. Cyr. 1,2,1 [p.537 A.20.548]; Biographie/ Historiographie; Herodot/ Kyros d.Ä.; Ktesias/ Kyros d.Ä.; Her. 1,95 ff; Tragödie/ Historiographie; Kyros/ Eur. Bacch. [p.542]; Xen. Cyr. 1,1,6 [p.549. A.52]; Xen. Mem. 4,8,1-10 [p.551]; \ A.2.d.; D.5.; F. /


Z 58
Schwenzner, Walther:
Gobryas.
Klio 18, 1923, 41-58; 226-252
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2.1.4.; Kyros d.Gr./ Gobryas; Achämeniden/ Prosopographie; 5.2.2.1.; Gobryas; Gubaru; 2.1.3.; Neubabylonisches Reich/ Endphase/ Gobryas; 5.3.5.; Nabonid-Chronik/ Gobryas; Naboned-Kyros-Chronik/ Gobryas; Scheil/ RA XI !1914), S. 165f.; BIN II 114 [p.43]; BIN I 169 [p.44]; BE VIII 1,80 [p.45]; Bisutuninschrift _ 68 [p.48]; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie/ Gobryas, Quellenwert; Her. 3,70 [p.48]; Xen. Cyr. 4,6,2ff. [p.53.226]; Neriglissar/ Kg. Neubabylon. Reich/ Gobryas [p.54]; Joseph. c. Ap. 1,146f. [p.54]; Reg. 2,25,27f./ 2. Buch Könige Kap. 25 v. 27f. [p.55]; Jer. 52,31f. [p.55]; Amel-Marduk/ Kg. Neubabylon. Reich/ Ermordung [p.56]; Joseph. c. Ap. 1,148f. [p.57]; Gutium/ Gobryas Statthalter/ Bedeutung [p.227]; Xen. Cyr. 3,3 [p.231]; Justin 01,7 [p.231]; Her. 7,3 [p.241]; Dareios d.Gr./ Gobryas [p.240]; Xen. Cyr.3,4,25 [p.242]; Babylonien/ Achämenidenreich/ Verwaltungsgeschichte [p.245]; \ F.; B.1.; A.2.d.; 590-515 v.Chr.;
BE = The Babylonian Expedition of the Universtiy of Pennsylvania, Ser. A, vol. VIII, 1, ed. by H.V. Hilprecht, Philadelphia 1908.
BIN = Babylonian Inscriptions in the Collection of James B. Nies, 2 vol., ed. by C.E. Keiser, New Haven 1918. /


Hirsch, Steven W.:
1001 Iranian Nights: History and Fiction in Xenophon's Cyropaidia.
In: The Greek Historians. Literature and History. Papers presented to A. E. Raubitschek. ANMA Libri. Department of Classics, Stanford University. - 1985. - S. 65-86



Masaracchia, E.:
Senofonte tra la Grecia e l'oriente. Note alla Ciropedia.
In: Mousa. Scritti in onore di Giuseppe Morelli. Il comitato promotore: Enzo Degani, Gherardo Gnoli, Scevola Mariotti, Luigi Munzi. Bologna: Pàtron. (Edizioni e saggi universitari di filologia classica. 5.). - 1997. - S. 127-134.


Due, Bodil:
Narrative technique in Xenophon's Cyropaedia
In: Classica et mediaevalia. Revue danoise de philologie et d' histoire. (Copenhagen). - Bd. 50 (1999). - S. 213-220.


Dialog

Demont, Paul:
Remarques sur la technique de dialogue dans la Cyropédie
Aus Sammelband: Xénophon et la rhétorique. éd. par Pierre Pontier.
Paris: Presses de l' université Paris � Sorbonne. 2014.
pp. 195-211

ZZ 61/501
Breebart, A B:
From Victory to Peace: Some Aspects of Cyrus' State in Xenophon's Cyrupaedia.
Mnemosyne 36, 1983, 117-134
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2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3.; Staatstheorie/ Xen.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.3.5.; Xen. Cyr. 7,5,37 ff; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /


Tp C I - 5
Carlier, P.:
L'idée de la monarchie impériale dans la Cyropédie de Xénophon
Ktèma 3, 1978, 133-163
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2.1.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.3.5.1.1. s.v.; Reich; Reichstaatlichkeit; Xenophon/ Kyrupaedie; 5.2.2.1. s.v.; Kyros d.Gr.; \ D.5. 0440 /


Masaracchia, Emanuela:
"La Ciropedia di Senofonte e l'ideologia imperiale persiana."
QUCC 54 (1996) 163-194.


B `34, 1628
Zamiara, A.M.:
Prayer in the Cyropaedia.
ClB 10, 1933/34, 50-51
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup., Gebet; Xenophon/ Religion; 4.5.1.; 4.5.3. s.v.; Gebet; \ A.2.d.; D.1. / 2


II 360
Gruber, J.
Xenophon und das hellenistisch-römische Herrscherideal.
Aus: Neukam, P. (Hg.): Reflexionen antiker Kulturen., München 1986. pp. 27-46 (Dialog Schule-Wiss. Klass. Spr. & Lit. 20.)
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.3.5.1. Monarchie, gr.-röm.; Idealherrscher; - D.5.; APh 57, 12883; Zur Kurupädie u. ihrer Wirkungsgeschichte.



Azoulay, Vincent

Xenophon and the graces of power. A greek guide to political manipulation. Vincent Azoulay ; translated by Angela Krieger.

Swansea 2018 (Verlag: The Classical Press of Wales). pp. xi, 444

CHAPTER 7 – CHARIS AND PATERNITY
I. From Fraternal Union to Paternal Love
II. Paternal Power: An Unattainable Dream?
III. Cyrus, or the Universal Father



Vincent Azoulay, “Xénophon, la Cyropédie et les eunuches,” Revue française d’histoire des idées politiques 11, 2000, pp. 3-26.



Gabriel Danzig, David M. Johnson, Donald R. Morrison (ed.), Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies. Mnemosyne Supplements 417.   Leiden; Boston:  Brill, 2018.  Pp. xvi, 670.  ISBN 9789004369016.

Table of Contents

• Plato’s Statesman and Xenophon’s Cyrus, Carol Atack



Vivienne J. Gray, Xenophon's Mirror of Princes: Reading the Reflections.  
Oxford/New York:  Oxford University Press, 2011.  
Pp. vii, 406.  ISBN 9780199563814.    
Reviewed by Eve A. Browning, University of Minnesota, Duluth (ebrownin@d.umn.edu)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2011.09.35 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2011/2011-09-35.html
Leadership is the unifying theme of Xenophon’s work, according to Gray. In this book, she explores '…Xenophon’s literary presentation of the leadership of individuals in their communities, from those of private households up to those of great empires' ... Leadership is construed broadly, and not only includes the Great King Cyrus alongside the private householder Ischomachus with the latter’s young wife included as an associate leader in their household, but embraces both the public spheres of politics and war and the personal sphere of friendship.
Table of Contents:

1. Mirror of princes or flaws in the glass? : general remarks
2. Explicit authorial evaluations in historical writing
3. Xenophon’s adaptations of his literary predecessors : Homer, Herodotus, and others
4. Xenophon’s patterned narratives of leadership
5. Readings of Cyropaedia
6. The dynamics of friendship
7. Xenophon’s Socratic and other ironies
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index Locorum
Index Nominum
Topic Index




Priestley, Jessica; Zali, Vasiliki:

Brill's companion to the reception of Herodotus in antiquity and beyond / edited by Jessica Priestley and Vasiliki Zali. Leiden 2016. pp. xvi, 438.

Contents: Introduction / By: Jessica Priestley and Vasiliki Zali; 1 Herodotus in Thucydides: A Hypothesis / By: Marek Wecowski; 2 Herodotus and His Successors: The Rhetoric of the Persian Wars in Thucydides and Xenophon / By: Vasiliki Zali; 3 Duris of Samos and a Herodotean Model for Writing History / By: Christopher A. Baron; 4 "This is What Herodotus Relates": The Presence of Herodotus' Histories in Josephus' Writings / By: Eran Almagor; 5 History without Malice: Plutarch Rewrites the Battle of Plataea / By: John Marincola; 6 Herodotus in Renaissance France / By: Benjamin Earley; 7 The Anti- Thucydides: Herodotus and the Development of Modern Historiography / By: Neville Morley; 8 Herodotus' Reception in Ancient Greek Lexicography and Grammar: From the Hellenistic to the Imperial Age / By: Olga Tribulato; 9 Herodotus' Reputation in Latin Literature from Cicero to the 12th Century / By: Félix Racine; 10 Valla's Herodotean Labours: Towards a New View of Herodotus in the Italian Renaissance / By: Adam Foley; 11 Herodotus and Narrative Art in Renaissance Ferrara: The Translation of Matteo Maria Boiardo / By: Dennis Looney; 12 The 'Rediscovery' of Egypt: Herodotus and His Account of Egypt in the Voyage dans la Basse et la Haute-Égypte (1802) by Vivant Denon / By: Andreas Schwab; 13 Not beyond Herodotus? Psammetichus' Experiment and Modern Thought about Language / By: Benjamin Eldon Stevens; 14 Herodotus (and Ctesias) Re-enacted: Leadership in Xenophon's Cyropaedia / By: Vivienne Gray; 15 Pausanias and the Footsteps of Herodotus / By: Greta Hawes; 16 Ryszard Kapuscinski's Travels with Herodotus: Reportage from the Self / By: Kinga Kosmala; 17 Herodotus in Fiction: Gore Vidal's Creation / By: Heather Neilson.





Allen, Danielle S.; Christesen, Paul; Millett, Paul

How to do things with history: new approaches to ancient Greece / edited by Danielle Allen, Paul Christesen, and Paul Millett

New York, NY 2018 (Verlag: Oxford University Press). pp. xiii, 406 p.: ill.; 25 cm.

How to Do Things with History is a collection of essays that explores current and future approaches to the study of ancient Greek cultural history. Rather than focus directly on methodology, the essays in this volume demonstrate how some of the most productive and significant methodologies for studying ancient Greece can be employed to illuminate a range of different kinds of subject matter. These essays, which bring together the work of some of the most talented scholars in the field, are based upon papers delivered at a conference held at Cambridge University in September of 2014 in honor of Paul Cartledge's retirement from the post of A. G. Leventis Professor of Ancient Greek Culture. For the better part of four decades, Paul Cartledge has spearheaded intellectual developments in the field of Greek culture in both scholarly and public contexts. His work has combined insightful historical accounts of particular places, periods, and thinkers with a willingness to explore comparative approaches and a keen focus on methodology. Cartledge has throughout his career emphasized the analysis of practice - the study not, for instance, of the history of thought but of thinking in action and through action. The assembled essays trace the broad horizons charted by Cartledge's work: from studies of political thinking to accounts of legal and cultural practices to politically astute approaches to historiography. The contributors to this volume all take the parameters and contours of Cartledge's work, which has profoundly influenced an entire generation of scholars, as starting points for their own historical and historiographical explorations. Those parameters and contours provide a common thread that runs through and connects all of the essays while also offering sufficient freedom for individual contributors to demonstrate an array of rich and varied approaches to the study of the past." -- Provided by publisher.

"How to Do Things with History is a collection of essays that explores current and future approaches to the study of ancient Greek cultural history. The essays in this volume demonstrate how particular methodologies for studying ancient Greece can be employed to illuminate a range of different kinds of subject matter"

Based on the proceedings of a conference held in honour of Prof. Paul Cartledge. - Contents: - Introduction - Part One: Theory and Practice. - Chapter 1: The "Great Leap" in Early Greek Politics and Political Thought: A Comparative Perspective, Kurt A. Raaflaub - Chapter 2: Pericles' Utopia - Reading of Thucydides and Plato, Emily Greenwood - Chapter 3: How to Turn History into Scenario: Plato's Republic Book 8 on the Role of Political Office in Constitutional Change, Melissa Lane - Chapter 4: "Cyrus appeared both great and good" : Xenophon and the Performativity of Kingship, Carol Atack - Chapter 5: Jurors and Serial Killers: Loneliness, Deliberation, and Community in Ancient Athens, Alastair J. L. Blanshard - Part Two: Economy and Society: Violence, Gender, and Class. - Chapter 6: The Sparta Game: Violence, Proportionality, Austerity, Collapse, Josiah Ober and Barry R. Weingast - Chapter 7: Marx and Antiquity, Wilfried Nippel - Chapter 8: Marxism and Ancient History, Kostas Vlassopoulos - Chapter 9: Building for the State: A World-Historical Perspective, Walter Scheidel - Part Three: Source Pluralism. - Chapter 10: Picturing History: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Tyrannicide in the Art of Classical Athens and Early Imperial China, Jeremy Tanner - Chapter 11: Imaginary Intercourse: an Illustrated History of Greek Pederasty, Robin Osborne - Chapter 12: The Boys from Cydathenaeum: Aristophanes versus Cleon Again, Edith Hall - Chapter 13: How to Write Anti-Roman History, Tim Whitmarsh - Afterward, Paul Cartledge.

Historicism.; Greece / Civilization / To 146 B.C.; Greece / Civilization / To 146 B.C. / Historiography; 3.2.2. Geschichtsschreibung, gr.; 3.2.3. Philosophie, gr.; 3.4. Thukydides; 3.4. Platon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Kyros d.Gr.;





Norman B. Sandridge, Loving Humanity, Learning, and Being Honored: The Foundations of Leadership in Xenophon's Education of Cyrus.
Hellenic studies, 55
.  
Washington, DC:  Center for Hellenic Studies, Trustees for Harvard University, 2012.  
Pp. v, 139.  ISBN 9780674067028.
Reviewed by Vivienne J. Gray, University of Auckland (v.gray@auckland.ac.nz)

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2013.05.41 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2013/2013-05-41.html

Norman B. Sandridge has written a delightful book, short and clear, on the theme of the leadership of Cyrus in Xenophon’s Cyropaedia. The qualities in the title (translations of philanthropia, philomatheia, philotimia), are taken from Xenophon’s own description of Cyrus early in the work (1.2.1). Sandridge sets out to establish that these three qualities are the comprehensive foundation of Xenophon’s description of Cyrus’ leadership – though he makes judicious qualifications to this thesis throughout.


Günther, Sven

Breakfast at Xenophon's. Die erste Mahlzeit des Tages als Spiegel idealer Führungsgrundsätze in der Kyrupädie.

pp. 263-278

Aus: Ruffing, Kai; Droß-Krüpe, Kerstin (Hrsg.):Emas non quod opus est, sed quod necesse est. Beiträge zur Wirtschafts-, Sozial-, Rezeptions- undWissenschaftsgeschichte der Antike. Festschriftfür Hans-Joachim Drexhage zum 70. Geburtstag.Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag 2018. ISBN:978-3-447-11087-7; VIII, 708 S.

Deskriptor: Mahlzeiten; Xenophontis Cyroupaedia; Xenophon Atheniensis; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Kyrupaedie;


Paul Christesen, Xenophon’s Cyropaedia and military reform in Sparta, JHS 126, 2006, 47ff.


B `38, 2158
Christensen, A.
Sur la question des sources de la `Cyropédie' de Xénophon.
Aus: (Hg.): AttiCongrOr 19, 1938. pp. 248-249
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2.1.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup., Quellen; - A.2.d.


Hirsch, Steven W.:
The friendship of the Barbarians. Xenophon and the Persian Empire.
Hanover u.a. : Univ. Pr. of New England, 1985. - XI, 216 S.


Hirsch, Steven W.:
Xenophon and Persia. Zugl.: Standford, Calif., Stanford Univ., Diss., 1981
Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1984. - V, 291.


Masaracchia, Emanuela:
"La Ciropedia di Senofonte e l'ideologia imperiale persiana."
QUCC 54 (1996) 163-194.


Carena, C.:
Anabasi e Ciropedia.
Torino: 1962.
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Anabasis; Xenophon/ Cyrup.;


Schmitt, Rüdiger:
Die iranischen und Iranier-Namen in den Schriften Xenophons.
Wien : Verl. der Österr. Akad. der Wiss., 2002. - 175 S. - (Sitzungsberichte / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse ; 692)



APh 59, 6257
Rapp, Hans
The notion of justice in Xenophon's Cyropaedia, with an excursus on Isocrates.
Aus: Panou, Stavros (Hg.): Philosophy of law in the history of human thought. IVR. 12th world congress (Athens 1985). Proceedings, ed. by Panou, Stavros <et al.>, Stuttgart 1988. pp. 37-47 Archiv f. Rechts-& Sozialphilos. Suppl. 2.
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Kyrupädie; 3.4. Isokrates; 4.4.1.; 4.4.2.2.; Gerechtigkeit; dikaiosyne; -


APh 59, 12774
Romilly, Jacqueline de:
Le conquérant et la belle captive.
BAGB , 1988, 3-15
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Kyrupädie; Kyros; Panthea; 2.2.4.1. Alexander d.Gr.; 2.3.4.1.; Scipio; Mandonios; 4.1.1.4.; 4.6.1.2. s.v.;Kriegsgefangene; 4.1.1.6.; \ /


Tp R I - 5
Rubin, Leslie G.:
Love and politics in Xenophon's Cyropaedia.
Interpretation 16, 1989, 391-413
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3.2.3. s.v.; Liebe/ Politik; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup., Panthea-Episode; 4.3.5.1.1.; Kyros d.Ä./ Liebe Herrschaft Instrumentalisierung; erôs/ Despotie; \ A.2.d.; D.5.; APh 60, 5857. /


Zs 248
Grottanelli, Cristiano:
La distribution de la viande dans la Cyropédie.
Métis 4, 1989, 185-209
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup., Meritokratie; Xenophon/ Kyrup./ Sparta; 4.1.4.4.1.; Symposion/ Xen. Kyrup.; 4.3.5.1.1.; 4.3.5.2.1.; Aristokratie/ Meritokratie; 4.5.3.; Opfer/ Fleischverteilung/ Symolik; Symposion/ Essensverteilung/ Symbolik; Xenophon/ An. 7,3,14-40; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,3,4-12; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,4,7-11; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,4,25-27; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,1,30-31; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,2,1-31; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,2,1-5; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,2,18-28; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,3,1-24; Xenophon/ Lak.pol. 15, 2-5; \ A.2.d.; D.5.; D.4. /



David M. Johnson, “Persians as Centaurs in Xenophon’s Cyropaedia,” Transactions of the American Philological Association 135, 2005, pp. 177-207.



Todd, Joan M. (1984)

Persian "Paedia" and Greek "Historia". an interpretation of the "Cyropaedia" of Xenophon, Book One. Zugl.: Pittsburgh, Pa., Univ. of Pittsburgh, Diss., 1968. Ann Arbor, Mich. : Univ. Microfilms Internat., 1984. - III, 195 S.


Hogg, G.:
The self-education of Cyrus: a literary commentary of Book 1 of Xenophon's Cyropaedia
Edinburgh, Ph. D, 1996.
Abstract: The purpose of this thesis is to provide a literary commentary and analysis of the first book of Xenophon's Cyropaedia. The work has traditionally been regarded as an enigma, its subject matter being too diverse and its structure and purpose unclear. Moreover, in contrast with Xenophon's other works and other fourth-century prose literature, the text has been treated as being tedious and having little intrinsic worth. In recent years, however, there has been a resurgence of scholarly interest in the Cyropaedia. James Tatum's Xenophon's Imperial Fiction, Bodil Due's The Cyropaedia and Deborah Gera's Xenophon's Cyropaedia have broken new ground in analysing the work as a whole and bringing it into line with the rest of Xenophon's works. What is lacking in this reevaluation of the Cyropaedia is a detailed literary commentary on the work. Previous commentaries have dealt primarily with grammar, syntax and textual criticism, or have examined the work as a valuable source for Persian history and ethnography. The thesis focuses on Book 1, approaching it not in terms of one particular genre but as a complex work drawing from all the branches of Greek literature as well as from the author's own knowledge and experiences gained during the course of a very eventful life. The commentary accordingly interprets the Cyropaedia in the context of earlier Greek literature, to show that Xenophon uses and refers back to the works of his literary predecessors to construct a work, which is innovative rather than derivative. The importance of Book 1 lies in the way Xenophon introduces the themes and ideas which will be explored in the course of the remaining seven books. Xenophon's portrayal of Cyrus the child in the first books is not only remarkably vivid, it is also a very subtle examination of the successful leader in his youth, of how he seeks to educate himself through undergoing a wide range of experiences, and of the various tactics he uses to make his elders carry out his wishes. (Index to Theses 47-10622)


Roscalla, F.:
Le parole di Senofonte. In margine al proemio della "Ciropedia" .
Eikasmos. Quaderni Bolognesi di filologia classica. (Bologna). - Bd. 11 (2000). - S. 125-134.


SS 58/79 - 347
Treu, Max
Biographie und Historie bei Polybios (1954/1955).
Aus: Stiewe, K.; Holzberg, N. (Hg.): Polybios., Darmstadt 1982. pp. 198-210 (WdF. 347.)
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3.2.2.; Enkomion/ Historiographie; Plutarch/ Philopoimen passim; 3.2.4.; Biographie/ Enkomion; 3.4. Polybios; Polybios/ Philopoimens Enkomion; Polybios/ Achaica; Polybios/ 2,37-71; Poybios/ Kompositionsweise; Biographie/ Historiographie/ Polyb.; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,1,6; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,2,15; - A.2.d.; Historia 3, 1954/55, 219ff.


Gschnitzer, Fritz (1968)
Phylarchos. 5) Phylarchos als Amtsbezeichnung. I. Einleitung: 1. Sprachliches. 2. Literatur. II. Nichtgriechische Ph.: 1. Zur Bedeutung des Wortes »phylarchos«. 2. Rom. 3. Perser. 4. Israel. 5. Ägyptische Priester. 6. Araber: a) bis auf die Zeit des Augustus, b) Kaiserzeit und Spätantike. 7. Blemmyer. 8. Kyrenaika. 9. Ph. Der Völkerwanderung. III. Ph. als Vorsteher oder Vertreter griechischer Phylen: 1. Belege ohne ausgeprägte Eigenart: Rhodos, Kos, Milet, Tomis, Ephesos, Lampsakos, Methymna, Ilion, Pergamon, Magnesia am Sipylos, Sardeis, Aizanoi, Laodikeia Katakekaumene, Ankyra. 2. Ph.-Kollegien als regierende Behörden: a) Epidamnos, b) Kyzikos, c) Bithynien, d) Xenophon Kyrup. I 2, 5. 14. 3. Ph. als Bezirksvorsteher: Thrakien. 4. Ph. als militärische Befehlshaber: Athen. 5. Die Ph. der ägyptischen Gaumetropolen In: RE. Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Supplementband XI. - 1968. - S. 1067-1090.


SS 58/79 - 347
Treu, Max
Biographie und Historie bei Polybios (1954/1955).
Aus: Stiewe, K.; Holzberg, N. (Hg.): Polybios., Darmstadt 1982. pp. 198-210 (WdF. 347.)
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3.2.2.; Enkomion/ Historiographie; Plutarch/ Philopoimen passim; 3.2.4.; Biographie/ Enkomion; 3.4. Polybios; Polybios/ Philopoimens Enkomion; Polybios/ Achaica; Polybios/ 2,37-71; Poybios/ Kompositionsweise; Biographie/ Historiographie/ Polyb.; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,1,6; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,2,15 ; - A.2.d.; Historia 3, 1954/55, 219ff.


Z 24
Wood, Neal:
Xenophon's Theory of Leadership.
C & M 25, 1964, 33 ff.
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3.2.3.; Führerschaft/ Xen.; 3.4. Aristoteles; Aristoteles/ Krieg; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Krieg; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Führerschaft; Xen. Cyr. 1,6,37-38; Xenophon/ Hipparch. 6,1; Xen. Mem. 3,1, 6-7; 4.3.5.1.1.; Xenophon/ Tyrannis; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /



Gschnitzer, Fritz (1968)
Phylarchos. 5) Phylarchos als Amtsbezeichnung. I. Einleitung: 1. Sprachliches. 2. Literatur. II. Nichtgriechische Ph.: 1. Zur Bedeutung des Wortes »phylarchos«. 2. Rom. 3. Perser. 4. Israel. 5. Ägyptische Priester. 6. Araber: a) bis auf die Zeit des Augustus, b) Kaiserzeit und Spätantike. 7. Blemmyer. 8. Kyrenaika. 9. Ph. Der Völkerwanderung. III. Ph. als Vorsteher oder Vertreter griechischer Phylen: 1. Belege ohne ausgeprägte Eigenart: Rhodos, Kos, Milet, Tomis, Ephesos, Lampsakos, Methymna, Ilion, Pergamon, Magnesia am Sipylos, Sardeis, Aizanoi, Laodikeia Katakekaumene, Ankyra. 2. Ph.-Kollegien als regierende Behörden: a) Epidamnos, b) Kyzikos, c) Bithynien, d) Xenophon Kyrup. I 2, 5. 14. 3. Ph. als Bezirksvorsteher: Thrakien. 4. Ph. als militärische Befehlshaber: Athen. 5. Die Ph. der ägyptischen Gaumetropolen In: RE. Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft. Supplementband XI. - 1968. - S. 1067-1090.



Zs 248
Grottanelli, Cristiano:
La distribution de la viande dans la Cyropédie.
Métis 4, 1989, 185-209
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup., Meritokratie; Xenophon/ Kyrup./ Sparta; 4.1.4.4.1.; Symposion/ Xen. Kyrup.; 4.3.5.1.1.; 4.3.5.2.1.; Aristokratie/ Meritokratie; 4.5.3.; Opfer/ Fleischverteilung/ Symolik; Symposion/ Essensverteilung/ Symbolik; Xenophon/ An. 7,3,14-40; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,3,4-12; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,4,7-11; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 1,4,25-27; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,1,30-31; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,2,1-31; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,2,1-5; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,2,18-28; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 2,3,1-24; Xenophon/ Lak.pol. 15, 2-5; \ A.2.d.; D.5.; D.4. /




Reichel, Michael:
Eine übersehene Reaktion auf Platons Dichterkritik: Xenophon, Kyrupädie 2,2.
In: Beiträge zur antiken Philosophie. Festschrift für Wolfgang Kullmann. Hrsg. von Hans-Christian Günther und Antonios Rengakos. Mit einer Einleitung von Ernst Vogt. Stuttgart: Steiner. - 1997. - S. 103-112.



Feddern, Stefan

Der antike Fiktionalitätsdiskurs.

Reihe:Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft. Beihefte N.F. 8

Verlag: De Gruyter; Auflage: 1 (23. April 2018), pp. 609

Schlagwort(e):

Fiktionstheorie; Literaturtheorie; antike Literaturwissenschaft

„In diesem Grundlagenwerk zur antiken Literaturtheorie werden erstmals die wichtigsten antiken Theorien der literarischen Fiktion von Homer bis Isidor von Sevilla systematisch ausgewertet. Zur literarischen Fiktion wurden nicht erst in der Moderne, sondern schon in der Antike verschiedene Konzepte entwickelt. So hat Aristoteles im neunten Kapitel der Poetik die literarische Fiktion als Gegenstandsbereich des Dichters legitimiert. Über die literarische Fiktion wurde aber zum einen schon vor Aristoteles und zum anderen auch lange nach ihm diskutiert, wobei nicht alle Autoren dasjenige als Fiktion betrachtet haben, was wir oder was andere antike Autoren als solche angesehen haben. In dieser Arbeit werden die wichtigsten expliziten Äußerungen zur literarischen Fiktion untersucht, wohingegen die Praxis der literarischen Fiktion (für sich betrachtet) von der Untersuchung ausgeschlossen wurde. Die Ergebnisse werfen nicht nur ein neues Licht auf viele antike Texte, sondern zeigen auch, in welchem Ausmaß bereits in der Antike die modernen Fiktionstheorien vorbereitet wurden.“

Kapitel 3.4: Xenophon, Kyrupädie 2,2 (pp. 107-118)





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3.4. Testamenta; Lukas, 23.34a; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 3,1,38-40; 4.1.3.1.; 4.1.5. s.v.; Verzeihen; 4.5.7.; - A.2.d.; D.1.; D.4.



APh 20, p. 297
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Nomoi/ epergasía; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 3,2,23; 4.2.7.1.; 4.4.2.1. s.v.; epergasía; 4.6.1.1.1.; - A.2.d.; D.3.; D.5.; E.3.


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3.2.3.; Rhetorik/ Topoi/ Feldherrnrede; Rede vor der Schlacht, gr.; 3.2.2.; 4.6.1.2.1.; Feldherrnrede, gr.; Agincourt/ Feldherrnrede, Vgl.; Protreptikós; Lesbonax [p.35]; 3.4. Thukydides; Thukydides/ Feldherrnrede; Thuc. 7,77 [p.70]; Eur. Herakl. 822-9 [p.70]; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Feldherrnrede; Xen. Oec. 5,16 [p.70]; Xen. Cyr. 2,1,11 [p.71]; Xen. Cyr. 3,3,7f. [p.72]; Xen. Cyr. 3,3,49-55 [p.74]; Xen. Cyr. 3,357 [p.77]; Thuc. 5,9,6 [p.100]; - G.2.; D.3.;



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MH , 1949, 49-55
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 6,2,39; 5.8. s.v.; Gnôstêr kaì engyêtês; \ A.2.d.; D.3.; Bedeutung dieser Formel. /



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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Textkritik; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 6,4,11; Xenophon/ Nachwirkung; Chariton/ 5,2,9; Pollux/ Onom. 10,52; \ A.2.d. /



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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 7,1,24; \ A.2.d. /



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2.1.4.; Achämeniden/ Eheschließungen; 3.2.2.; Xenophon/ Cyr. 7,5,18-19; 3.4. Herodot; 4.1.4.4.; Ehe/ Verwandtenehe; 4.4.1.; Geschwisterehe/ Achämeniden; 5.2.2.1.; Kyros d.Gr./ Ehe; Otanes/ RE 1; Dareios d.Gr./ Ehen; Eherecht/ Achämeniden; Her. 3,02; Her. 3,68; Her. 2,2; Her. 3,68; Her. 7,5 [54]; Her. 6,43 [54]; Her. 7,5 [54]; Her. 7,82 [54]; Her. 9,108-113 [54]; Her. 2,1 [55]; Her. 3,2 [55]; Her. 3,88 [55]; Her. 7,224 [55]; Her. 9,108-111 [56]; Her. 3,31 [56f]; Her. 7,2 [57]; Herodot/ Eheschließung, achämenid.; Ktesias/ Phot. 36a [63]; Her. 3,84 [65]; Her. 3,88 [66]; Her. 7,11 [66]; - D.4.; B.1.;




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2.2.3.5.; 3.2.3.; Staatstheorie/ Xen.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrupädie; 4.3.5.; Xen. Cyr. 7,5,37 ff; \ A.2.d.; D.5. /



Z 54; APh 18, p. 108
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JRS 37, 1947, 34-38
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2.1.4. s.v.; Achämeniden/ Herrscherverhalten; 2.3.7.; 3.4. Ammian; Ammian/ 16,10,9ff; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 8,1,40-42; 4.3.4.; 4.3.5.1.; 4.5.5.; \ E.1.; A.2.d. / 3



Zs 347; APh 46, p. 83
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RCCM 16, 1974, 321-336
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3.1. s.v.; Übersetzung; 3.4. Cicero; Cicero/ C.M. 59; Cicero/ C.M. 79-81; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Kyrup. 8,7,17; Xenophon/ Oikon. 4,20,25; \ A.2.d. / 3



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(Texte zur Forschung. 38.)
(7) 168/84


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Athenaeum 53, 1975, 387-388
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi; Bodei Giglioni, G.; \ A.1.d. /


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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Oikonomikos; Meyer, K.; \ A.1.d. /




APh 47, 4600
Gauthier, Ph.:
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Finanzen; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi; 4.2.4.1.; <> A.1.d.; D.5.


Z 51
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[rec.:] Xenophon. Un commentaire historique des Poroi de Xénophon. By P. Gauthier (Centre de recherches d'histoire et de philologie de la IVe Section de l'École pratique des Hautes Études, 3: hautes études du monde gréco-romain, 8.) Geneva & Paris ... 1976 ...
JHS 101, 1981, 153
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2.2.3.5.; 4.2.4.1.; Athen/ Fiskus; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi; Gauthier, P./ Xen. Vectigal., comm.; \ A.2.d.; empfehlenswert/ Standardwerk. /


APh 49, 5098
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RH 102 N° 260, 1978, 214-217
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi; 4.2.4.1.; Gauthier, Ph.; \ A.2.d. /



Zs 470; B `34, 1622
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rec.: Lieck, K. v. d., Die xenophontische Schrift von den Einkünften ...
PhW 54, 1934, 258-262
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi; 4.2.4.1.; Lieck, K.v.d./ Xenophon Einkünfte; \ A.2.d.; C.2. /


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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi; Lieck, K. v. der/ Xenophon Poroi; \ A.2.d. /



APh 57, 5180
Cataudella, M.R.
Per la datazione dei Poroi. Guerre ed esphorai.
Aus: (Hg.): Studi Barigazzi I., Roma 1984. pp. 147-155 (Sileno. 10.)
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2.2.3.5. 404-338; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi, Datierung; - A.2.d.; APh 57, 12794. L'auteur semble faire allusion non pas à une, mais à deux guerres, l'une tout à fait récente (celle qui s'est terminée par la paix de 346), l'autre plus ancienne (la Guerre Sociale).


APh 47, 4602
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MIGRA 1, 1975, 171-194
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2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Bergbau; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi 4; 4.2.4.1.; 4.2.6.1.; \ A.2.d.; APh 47, 7088. /


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Abstract: Peace in fourth century B.C. Athens und Greece was an important political concept concerned with much more than the mere absence of war. The basic conceptions of peace may be found in the orators, in historiogrpahy, in philosophy, or in political treatises. They are not ends in themselves, but also repeatedly constitute arguments serving particular political aims, even those of war. Those who advocated the establishment of peace in no way represented a particular political camp, and even less a »peace party«. Thus the concepts of peace of Isocrates in »On Peace«, and Xenophon in »Revenues« - both often associated with the Athenian politican Eubulos - are linked to political sentiments which are by no means identical, although they certainly belong within the same historical framework. In addition, these concepts differ in specific aspects of detail. The fact that their differences have nevertheless received little attention in modern scholarship has to do with the slow process of registering and analyzing the interpretations of Eubulos and the ancient conceptions of peace.


APh 59, 6255
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RSA 16, 1986, 67-77
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Poroi; 4.2.4.1. Finanzen, gr.; \ /


Zs 68; APh 49, 5111
Whitehead, D.:
Isotéleia, a metaphor in Xenophon.
Eirene 16, 1978, 19-22
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2.2.3.5.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi 4,12; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,25; 4.1.1.6.1. Metöken; 4.2.4.1. s.v.; isotéleia; \ A.2.d. /


APh 59, 6255
Neri, Valerio:
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RSA 16, 1986, 67-77
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Poroi; 4.2.4.1. Finanzen, gr.; \ /


4° ZZ 51/403
Gallo, Luigi:
Salari e inflazione: Atene tra V e IV sec. a.C.
ASNP 17, 1987, 19-63
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2.2.3.; Athen/ Löhne & Gehälter; 2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Inflation; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Poroi 6,1 ; 4.2.4.1.; Lohn/ Athen; misthos/ Athen; Inflation/ Athen; \ C.2.; C.1.a.; A.2.d.; 400 v.Chr./ um; / 




Reitkunst/ De equitandi ratione/ Peri hippikes


Xenophon:
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Kai Brodersen, Xenophon. Ross und Reiter: griechisch-deutsch. Sammlung Tusculum.   Berlin; Boston:  De Gruyter, 2018.  Pp. 176.  ISBN 9783110595628.  €29,95.  

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D And
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Berkeley: 1961.
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4.1.5.1."Kulturgeschichte, griechisch"; Reiterei, gr.; 4.6.1.2.1.; 4.6.2.1.; Kavallerie, gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hipparchikos; <> G.1.; Klass. Arch.


APh 58, 5092
Anderson, John K.:
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AAPhA , 1987, 73 Summary in
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3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.4.1.1.; 4.6.2.1. Militärgeschichte; Reiterei; \ A.2.d. Studien über Autoren /



APh 49, 5098
Debenedetti, Salomone:
Il cavallo nel Perì hippikês di Senofonte.
AIV 135, 1977, 231-249
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3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Perì hippikês; 4.2.8.1.; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.; Pferd; Reiten; 5.8.; 3.2. s.v.; Simon von Athen; \ A.2.d. /





Respublica Lacedaemoniorum/ Der Staat der Spartaner/ Lakedaimonion politeia


Textausgaben


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La république des Lacédémoniens. Texte et trad. avec une introd. et un commentaire. Hrsg. von François Ollier.
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Rebenich, Stefan:
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Humble, Noreen:
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lac.Pol., Kommentar & Übers.; 4.1.3.1.; <> A.2.d. Studien über Autoren; D.5.; ISSN 0393-1412. ISBN 88-16-95048-X. APh 59, 6250.
(24/92)


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Senofonte [Xenophon Atheniensis]:
L'ordinamento politico degli Spartani. [Lakedaimoníôn Politeía, ital.]
a cura di Gianotti, Gian Franco, con una nota id Luciano Canfora, testo greco a fronte, traduzione latina di Francesco Filelfo..
Palermo: Sellerio editore 1990. 121 S.
( La città antica. 5.)
A.1.a.
(2/92) (17)



Xenophon:
La tavole di Licurgo (Lakedaimonion Politeia, italien.)
a cura di; con una nota di Gianotti, G. F.;Canfora, L..
Palermo: 1985. 94 S.
La memoria. 112
rec.: Discorsi VI, 1986, 270-72, Montuori;



Textgeschichte


Tp C II - 1
Chrimes, K. M. T.:
The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and general significance.
Manchester: Manchester UP 1948. pp. 48 (Publ. of the Fac. of Arts of the Univ. of Manchester. 1.)
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.2.3. s.v.; Antisthenes/ Xen. Lak. pol. Autor?; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; 4.3.2.2.; 4.3.5.; <> A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5.; APh 19, p. 106


Z 73
Aymard, A.:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and its general significance. Manchester 1948.
REA 50, 1948, 373-375
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; 4.2.3.2.; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedemoniorum Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5. /



APh 20, p. 138; Zs 335
Gomme:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and its general significance. Manchester 1948.
CR , 1949, 99
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedemoniorum Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5. /


APh 20, p. 138; Zs 23
Josserand:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and its general significance. Manchester 1948.
AC , 1949, 156
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedemoniorum Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5. /


Tp C II - 3
Colonna, Aristide:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and general significance. Manchester 1948.
Paideia 5, 1950, 133-134
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2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.2.3.; Antisthenes; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; 4.3.2.2.; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a. /


APh 19, p. 106; ZZ 62/135
Ollier, F.:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and general significance. Manchester 1948.
REG , 1948, 511-513
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2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a. /


APh 20, p. 138
Parke:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and its general significance. Manchester 1948.
Hermathena 72, 1948, 134-135
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedemoniorum Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5. /


Novaria, P.:
Traditio ed emendatio: note intorno ad alcuni luoghi della »Lakedaimonion politeia« di Senofonte.
In: Quaderni del Dipartimento di filologia, linguistica e tradizione classica (Torino). - Bd. 9 (1997). - S. 85-97.


Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen


Proietti, Gerald:
Xenophon's Sparta. An introduction.
Leiden u.a. : Brill, 1987. - XXII, 116 S. - (Mnemosyne / Suppl.; 98).


E p 590
Proietti, Gerald:
Xenophon's Sparta. An Introduction.
Leiden, New York, Kobnhavn, Köln: Brill 1987. pp. 116 (Mnemosyne. Suppl. 98.)
--------------------------------------
2.2.3. 750-338; 2.2.3.4. Pelop. Krieg; 2.2.3.5. 404-338; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.2.2. Gesch.schr., gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1-3,5; Xenophon/ Lac. pol.; 4.6.1.2.1. Kriegführung, gr.; 4.6.2.1. Heerwesen, gr.; 4.3.2.2. Sparta; 5.2.2.1.; Lysander; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,1-4; Xenophon/ Hell. 1,5-2,1,28; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,1,29-3,9; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,3,11-2,4; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,3-4; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,5; <> A.2.d. Studien über Autoren
60/88 (/)


APh 60, 5855; Z 30
Rhodes, P.J.:
rec.: Proietti, Gerald, Xenophon's Sparta. An introduction. Leiden 1987.
G&R 36, 1989, 111-112
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Proietti, Gerald/ Xenophon's Sparta; \ A.2.d.; D.5.; "... a disappointment." /


Tp C II - 1
Chrimes, K. M. T.:
The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and general significance.
Manchester: Manchester UP 1948. pp. 48 (Publ. of the Fac. of Arts of the Univ. of Manchester. 1.)
--------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.2.3. s.v.; Antisthenes/ Xen. Lak. pol. Autor?; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; 4.3.2.2.; 4.3.5.; <> A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5.; APh 19, p. 106


Z 73
Aymard, A.:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and its general significance. Manchester 1948.
REA 50, 1948, 373-375
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; 4.2.3.2.; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedemoniorum Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5. /



APh 20, p. 138; Zs 335
Gomme:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and its general significance. Manchester 1948.
CR , 1949, 99
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedemoniorum Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5. /


APh 20, p. 138; Zs 23
Josserand:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and its general significance. Manchester 1948.
AC , 1949, 156
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedemoniorum Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5. /


Tp C II - 3
Colonna, Aristide:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and general significance. Manchester 1948.
Paideia 5, 1950, 133-134
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.2.3.; Antisthenes; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; 4.3.2.2.; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a. /


APh 19, p. 106; ZZ 62/135
Ollier, F.:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and general significance. Manchester 1948.
REG , 1948, 511-513
------------------------------------
2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a. /


APh 20, p. 138
Parke:
rec.: Chrimes, K. M. T., The Respublica Lacedaemoniorum ascribed to Xenophon. Its manuscript tradition and its general significance. Manchester 1948.
Hermathena 72, 1948, 134-135
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; 2.2.7. s.v.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Chrimes, K. M. T./ Respublica Lacedemoniorum Xenophon; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5. /


T ec 47
Chrimes, K.M.T.
Ancient Sparta. A Re-Examination of the Evidence. (ND Manchester 1949).
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press 1971. pp. 527.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2.2.3.; 2.2.4.; 2.2.4.3.; 2.2.5. s.v.; Kreta/ Vergl. Soziale Verfassung; 2.2.6.; Delphi/ Rhetra des Lykurgos; 2.2.7. Sparta; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; 4.1.1.1.1.;4.1.1.2.1.; Periöken; 4.1.1.3.1.; Heloten; 4.1.4.1.1.; Ephebie/Sparta; 4.3.2.2.; Lykurg/Reform; 4.5.3.; Orthia/ Fest & Kult; 4.6.1.1.1.; Achäischer Bund/ Außenpolitik/ Rom; 4.6.2.1.; Demographie/Heerwesen, Sparta; 5.2.2.1.; Iulius/ C. Iulius Eurycles;
C.1.a.; Kg7-032; K.7.g.cc. Wichtigere Arbeiten über einzelne hellenist. Reiche.


Tp M II - 3
Meulder, Marcel:
La date et la cohérence de la République des Lacédémoniens de Xénophon.
AC 58, 1989, 71-87
------------------------------------
2.2.3.5.; Athen/ Sparta; 2.2.7.; Sparta/ Xenophon; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia; Xenophon/ Sparta; 4.1.3.1.; Agesilaos/ Heroisierung/ Xen.; Kleombrotos/ Propaganda gegen/ Xen.; Imperialismus/ Sparta/ Xen.; 4.3.2.2. s.v.; Krise/ Doppelkönigtum Sparta; 5.2.2.1.; Kallias/ RE 10,2, nr. 3/ Adressat Xen. Lak.Pol.; \ A.2.d.; C.1.a.; D.5.; 369 v.Chr.; APh 60, 5852. /


B 67/156
Andrewes, A.
The Government of Classical Sparta.
Aus: (Hg.): Ancient Society & Institutions. Studies presented to V. Ehrenberg on his 75th birthday [FS Ehrenberg]., Oxford 1966. pp. 1-20
-------------------------------------
2.2.3.; 2.2.7.; 3.4. Xenophon; Gerousia/ Probouleusis; 4.3.2.2.; Rhetra, Große; Ephorat/ Sparta; 4.3.5.2.1.; 4.3.5.3.1.; 4.6.2.1.; phrouràn phaínein; synepipsêphisai [p.3]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,11 [4]; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 11,2 [10]; Thukydides/ 1,18,1 [1]; Platon/ Legg. 691d-692a [2]; Plutarch/ Lyk. 6,8 [2]; Plutarch/ Lyk. 5,10-6,1 [2]; Aristoteles/ Pol. 1272a11 [2]; Aristoteles/ Pol. 1270b22 [3]; Thukydides/ 5,60,2 [3]; Thukydides/ 5,63 [3]; Herodot/ 5,39-40 [3]; Diodor/ 11,50[4]; Thukydides/ 1,67,3 [4]; Thukydides/ 1,87,1 [4]; Thukydides/ 1,79 [4]; Thukydides/ 1,87 [4]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,20 [4]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,24 [4]; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,3,8 [4]; Xenophon/ Hell. 7,1,32 [5]; Plutarch/ Agis 09,1 [5]; Plutarch/ Agis 11,1 [5]; Plutarch/ Agis 12 [5]; Thukydides/ 5,77,1 [6]; Thukydides/ 6,88,10 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,219 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,38 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell.3,2,23 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 4,6,3 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,11.20 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,23 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,3,3 [6]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,4,3 [6]; Plutarch/ Lyk. 6,4 [6]; Aristoteles/ fr. 536f Rose [6]; Aristoteles/ Pol. 2,1270a36-8 [7]; Herodot/ 9,28,2 [7]; Herodot/ 7,234,2 [7]; Thukydides/ 4,38,5 [7]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,4,15 [7]; Thukydides/ 1,86 [8]; Herodot/ 6,82 [9]; Herodot/ 5,49-51 [9]; Herodot/ 5,55 [9]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,1,32-4 [9]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,3,23-5 [9]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6.3.19 [9]; Plutarch/ Ages. 4,4-5 [9]; Thukydides/ 1,131,2 [10]; Thukydides/ 4,90,1 [11]; Thukydides/ 5,41,1 [11]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,28-29 [11]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,38 [11]; Herodot/ 6,64,1 [12]; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,1,7 [12]; Xenophon/ Hell. 3,2,12 [12]; Xenophon/ Hell.2,2,13 [13]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,19 [13]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,2,11-24 [13]; Xenophon/ Hell. 6,3,3-18 [13]; Thukydides/ 1,87,1-2 [13]; Xenophon/ Hell. 2,4,38 [14]; Plutarch/ Sol. 19,1 [16]; Isokrates/ Panath. 12,178 [16]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,3,20 [17]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,4,32 [17]; Xenophon/ Hell. 5,4,22-33 [17]; - E.1.


B 67/156
Jones, A. H. M.
The Lycurgan Rhetra.
Aus: (Hg.): Ancient Society & Institutions. Studies presented to V. Ehrenberg on his 75th birthday [FS Ehrenberg]., Oxford 1966. pp. 165-176
-------------------------------------
2.2.3.1.; 2.2.7.; Lykurg/ Rhetra; Plutarch/ Lyk. 6; Plutarch/ Agis 8,9; Plutarch/ Agis 11; Plutarch/ mor. 801bc; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 15,6 [173 no.31]; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 15,7 [173 no. 30]; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 10 [174 no. 36]; Diodor/ 11,50; Aristoteles/ Pol. 2,11,6,1273a; Aischines/ or. 1,180f; 4.3.2.2.; Rhetra, Große; Ephorat/ Sparta; Volksversammlung/ Sparta; - E.1.


APh 17, p. 110; ZZ 62/135
Daux, G.:
Sur quelques passages du Banquet de Platon.
REG , 1942, 236-271
------------------------------------
3.2.3.; 3.4. Aristophanes; Sokrates/ Aristophanes; Platon/ Aristophanes; 3.4. Platon; Platon/ Symposion; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Symp., Platon; Xenophon/ Symp. 8,34-35; Xenophon/ Lak. pol. 2,12-14; \ A.2.d.; D.2. /


Bianco, Elisabetta:
"Il capitolo XIV della Lakedaimonion Politeia attribuita a Senofonte."
MH 53.1 (1996) 12-24.
------------------------------------
Xenophon/ Lak. Pol. 14; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Lakedaimonion Politeia;







  1. Zugeschriebenes/Nachwirkung




Pseudo-Xenophon: Athenaion Politeia („Der alte Oligarch“)

Forschungsberichte/ Lexkonartikel

Hornblower, Simon:
Old Oligarch.
In: The Oxford Classical Dictionary. Third Edition. Edited by Simon Hornblower and Antony Spawforth. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press. - 1996. - S. 1064-1065.

Textausgaben

Xenophon:
La costituzione degli Ateniesi della Pseudo-Senofonte. Testo e trad. a cura di Giuseppe Serre.
Roma : L'Erma, 1979. - 54 S. - (Istituto di Filologia Greca <Padova>: Bollettino dell' ... . Supplemento.; 4.)

Moore, John M.:
Aristotle and Xenophon on democracy and oligarchy. Übers. von John Michael Moore.
Berkeley : Univ. of Calif. Pr., 1975. - 320 S.m.Kt.



Xenophon:
La democrazia come violenza. Anonimo ateniese.
Palermo : Sellerio Ed., 1984. - 67 S. - (La memoria; 42.)



Wahlgren, Staffan:
Aristoteles och Pseudo-Xenophon om Athenarnas Statsförfattning. Athenaion politeia. Med översättning och noter av Staffan Wahlgren.
Jonsered : Aströms förl, 2001. - 190 S. - (Klassiker. 16)

Lapini, Walter:
Commento all'"Athenaion politeia" dello Pseudo-Senofonte.
Firenze, 1997. - 313 S. - (Università degli Studi <Firenze> / Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità Giorgio Pasquali: Studi e testi; 13).

Leduc, Claudine:
La constitution d'Athènes attribuée a Xénophon. Trad. et commentaire par Claudine Leduc. Zugl.: Besancon, Univ., Diss., 1972.
Paris : Les Belles Lettres, 1976. - 242 S. - (Université de Franche-Comté <Besançon>: [Annales littéraires de l'Université de Franche-Comté / Centre de Recherches d'Histoire Ancienne]; 22 Université de Franche-Comté <Besançon>: Annales littéraires de l'Université de Franche-Comté; 192).



Textüberlieferung

Lapini, W.:
"Note testuali sulla Athenaion politeia dello pseudo-Senofonte."
RFIC 122.2 (1994) 129-138.





Gesamtdarstellungen/ wichtige Einzelfragen

1289
Gelzer, M.:
Die Schrift vom Staate der Athener.
Berlin: Weidmann 1937. pp. 134. (Hermes EZ. 3.)
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2.2.3.3.; 3.2.3.; 3.4. [Ps.-]Xenophon; 4.3.5.2.1.; <> A.2.d.


Serra, Giuseppe:
La forza e il valore. Capitoli sulla Costituzione degli Ateniesi dello Pseudo-Senofonte
Roma : »L' Erma« di Bretschneider, 1979. - 77 S. - (Istituto di Filologia Greca <Padova>: Bollettino dell'Istituto ... . Supplemento.; 3.)

Rhodes, P.J.:
Rez. J. Ober: Political Dissent in Democratic Athens: Intellectual Critics of Popular Rule. (Martin Classical Lectures, new series.) Princeton: Princeton UP (1998).Pp. Xiv + 417.
In: The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS / JHSt). (Published by the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies). - Bd. 120 (2000). - S. 181-182.

APh 60, 5842; Zs 245
Barabino:
rec.: Flores, Enrico, Il sistema non riformabile ...
Maia 41, 1989, 180-181
------------------------------------
3.2.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; [Ps.]-Xenophon/ Athenaion Politeia; 4.1.3.1.; 4.3.5.2.1.; Flores, Enrico/ Sistema non riformabile; \ A.2.d.; APh 53, 5211. /



Z 9
Gabba, Emilio:
La società Ateniese nel "Vecchio Oligarca".
Athenaeum 66, 1988, 5-10
------------------------------------
2.2.3.3. 478-432; 3.2.2. Gesch.schr.,gr.; 3.4. Xenophon; 4.1.1.1.1. Obersch.gr.; 4.1.1.2.1. Mittelsch.,gr.; 4.1.1.3.1. Volk,gr.; 4.3.5.2.1. Oligarchie,gr.; 4.3.5.3.1. Demokratie,gr.; Xenophon/ Ps.-Xen., Athenaion Politeia; Athen/Gesellschaft; \ D.5. / (9)



ant2/q81
Roscalla, Fabio:
`Perì dè tês Athênaíôn politeías ...'
QUCC 79, 1995, 105-130
------------------------------------
3.2.3.; 3.2.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/ Athenaion Politeia; 4.1.3.1.; 2.2.3.4.; 2.2.3.5.; Epiteichismos/ Xen. Ath.pol. [p.106]; épainos/ Verfassung Athen [p.110]; Verfassungslob/ Rhetorik, gr. [p.111]; Isocr. Areop. 60 [p.111]; Isokrates/ Xen. Ath.pol./ Vergleich [p.111]; Aristoteles/ Xen. Ath.pol./ Vergleich [p.114]; Aristot. Ath.pol./ Xen. Ath.pol./ Vergleich; trópos tês politeías [p.126]; Aristot. Polit. 1269a29ff. [p.127]; 3.4. Aristoteles; \ D.5.; A.2.d.; (Ps.-Xen. Ath.pol. dürfte nicht vor 411v. entstanden sein; die Lexik deutet auf das 4. Jh.v.) /



Hornblower, Simon:
The Old Oligarch (Pseudo-Xenophon's Athenian Politeia) and Thucydides. A Fourth-Century Date for the Old Oligarch ?
In: Polis & Politics. Studies in Ancient Greek History. Presented to Mogens Herman Hansen on his Sixtieth Birthday, August 20, 2000. Ed. by Pernille Flensted-Jensen, Thomas Heine Nielsen, Lene Rubinstein. University of Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press. - 2000. - S. 363-384



López, José Antonio Caballero:
La lengua y el estilo de la Republica de los Atenienses del Pseudo-Jenofonte.
Amsterdam : Hakkert, 1997. - 158 S. - (Classical and Byzantine monographs ; 39).



Z 58
Lapini, Walter:
Filologia ciclica: Il caso dell'Athenaion Politeia dello Pseudo-Senofonte.
In: Klio. Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte. (Berlin: Akademie Verlag). - Bd. 80 (1998), Heft 2. - S. 325-335.
Abstract: This paper is an answer to the article by Y. Nakategawa, Athenian Democracy and the Concept of Justice in Pseudo-Xenophon's Athenaion Politeia, Hermes 123, 1995, 28-46 and includes (1) objections to the method followed by the japanese scholar about Pseudo-Xenophon's Athenaion Politeia and (2) general considerations about our anonymous author's idea of justice and, as a consequence, about his political position. Nakategawa, pointing out Pseudo-Xenophon's thought from other political writers and writings of his time (Thrasymachus and Callicles, Critias, The Melian Dialogue, etc.), can conclude that his political oligarchic position was moderate, not extreme. This position, which is actually opposite to the total tone of the work, is not supported by the word »dikaioi« in § 1.1, firstly, for it is a correction and not received text, and, secondly, for the absence of elements to give to this epithet the value of an objective judgement meant by the writer on the supremacy of the Athenian demos.



Cataldi, Silvio:
Akolasia e isegoria di meteci e di schiavi nell' Atene dello Pseudo-Senofonte. Una riflessione socio-economica.
In: L' opposizione nel mondo antico. A cura di Marta Sordi. Contributi dell' Istituto di storia antica. Volume ventiseiesimo. Vita e Pensiero. Pubblicazioni dell'Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Milano. (Scienze Storiche. 71.). - 2000. - S. 75-102.

Gabba, E.:
"Gli argomenti economici nell' 'Athenaion Politeia' pseudosenofontea."
Athenaeum 82[72].1 (1994) 7-12.

 

Laspe, Dewid; Schubert, Charlotte:

Seemacht, Seeherrschaft und Seestrategie bei Pseudo-Xenophon

Klio 94, 2012, 55-81.

Thalassokratie, Pseudo-Xenophon, Athenaion Politeia; Thukydides/ 3.4. Xenophon; 3.4. Thukydides; Thuk. 1,140-144; 4.6.1.2.1.; Mahan/Seemacht;

Abstract

 



Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2017.04.38

Emmanuèle Caire, Penser l'oligarchie à Athènes aux Ve et IVe siècles: aspects d'une idéologie. Collection d'études anciennes. Série grecque, 151.   Paris:  Les Belles Lettres, 2016.  Pp. 402.  ISBN 9782251328935.  €45.00 (pb).  

Reviewed by Catherine Psilakis, Université de Lyon (catherine.psilakis@univ-lyon1.fr)

http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2017/2017-04-38.html





Cataldi, Silvio:
La democrazia ateniese e gli alleati. Ps.-Senofonte, Athenaion Politeia, I, 14  18.
Padova : Ed. Programme, 1984. - 181 S. - (Saggi e materiali universitari / Serie di antichità e tradizione classica; 1).



Talamo, Clara:
Ps. Senofonte, Ath.Po.l. II 17 "Io non c'ero, in non sono d'accordo".
In: Quaderni di storia (QS). - Bd. 48 (1998). - S. 223-228.



Canfora, Luciano:
Ath. Pol. II.18 e la censura sul teatro.
In: Quaderni di storia (QS). - Bd. 46 (1997). - S. 169-181



Zs 295
Jordan, Boromir:
Witnesses in the Assembly: Thucydides 6. 14 and [Xenophon] Athenaion Politeia 2. 17.
CPh 81, 1986, 133-135
------------------------------------
3.4. Thukydides; Thuc. 6,14; 3.4. Xenophon; Xen. Ath.pol. 2,17; 5.8.; lúein toùs nómous; 2.2.3.4.; 4.3.2.1.; Athen/ Volksversammlung; \ A.2.d.; /

B 67/156
Staveley, E. S.
Voting Procedure at the Election of Strategoi.
Aus: (Hg.): Ancient Society & Institutions. Studies presented to V. Ehrenberg on his 75th birthday [FS Ehrenberg]., Oxford 1966. pp. 275-288
-------------------------------------
2.2.3.; Athen/ Wahlen; 2.2.4.; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon [Ps-]/ Ath. pol. 22,2; Xenophon [Ps-]/ Ath. pol. 61,1; Xenophon/ Mem. 3,4,1; Plutarch/ Kimon 8,8; 4.3.2.1.; 4.3.7.1.; Strategos/ Athen; 4.6.2.1.; - E.1.; A.2.d.







Nachwirkung


ZZ 49/79-Suppl. 13,2
Münscher, Karl:
Xenophon in der griechisch-römischen Literatur.
Leipzig: Dietrich 1920. pp. iv,243 (Philologus. Suppl.-Bd. 13, H. 2.)
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3.4. Xenophon; <> A.2.d.; UB Gießen
[57.2132/6]




Pernot, Laurent:
La r�ception antique de X�nophon; quel mod�le pour quels orateurs ?
Aus Sammelband: X�nophon et la rh�torique. �d. par Pierre Pontier.
Paris: Presses de l' universit� Paris � Sorbonne. 2014.
pp. 281-294



Aristoteles



Petruzzella, Michelangelo:
"La presenza di Senofonte in Aristotele (Costituzione degli Ateniesi 36, 1-2)."
RFIC 124.2 (1996) 137-148

Polybios

SS 58/79 - 347
Pédech, Paul
Polybios und das <Lob des Philopoimen> (1951).
Aus: Stiewe, K.; Holzberg, N. (Hg.): Polybios., Darmstadt 1982. pp. 140-161 (WdF. 347.)
-------------------------------------
2.2.4.3.; 2.3.4.1.; 3.2.2.; Xenophon/ Nachwirkung; Xenophon/ Scipio Aemilianus; Plutarch/ Philopoimen; 3.4. Polybios; Polybios/ Philopoimens Enkomion; Polybios/ 10,22; Polybios/ Scipio Aemilianus; 4.1.1.1.2.; 4.1.3.1.; 4.1.4.1.1.; 4.1.4.1.2.; 5.2.2.1.; Philopoimen/ Polyb.; Scipio Aemilianus/ Philopoimen; Biographie/ Historiographie/ Polyb.; - A.2.d.; F.; Polybe et l'"Éloge de Philopoemen", REG 64, 1951, 82ff.


Diodor

APh 59, 1631
Bruce, I. A. F.:
Diodoros on the Siege of Chalcedon.
AHB 2, 1988, 54-56
------------------------------------
2.2.3.4. 431-404; 2.2.5. s.v.;Chalkedon; 3.4. Diodor; Diodor/13,66,1-3; Diodor/Quelle; 3.4. Xenophon; Xenophon/Hell.1,3,1-13; 4.6.1.2.1. s.v.;Belagerung; \ G.3. Kriege und Schlachten; ( On the question of Diodorus'use of Xenophon (Hell. 1,3,1-13) as a source for his account of the siege (13,66,1-3).) /

Cicero

T f 500
[Dijon, Université de] ,
L'Idéologie de l'Impérialisme Romain. Colloque organisé les 18 et 19 Octobres 1972 par la section de latin de la Faculté des Lettres avec les concours de la fondation Pour L'Art et la Recherche.,
Paris: Les Belles Lettres 1974. 157 S. (Publications de l'Université de Dijon. 46.)
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