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Greece 484 b.c.-200 a.d.

by Henry Cabot Lodge

Greece 484 b.c.-200 a.d.
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Complete interlinked edition. Table of Contents Introduction. By Henry Cabot Lodge.
Herodotus-(Born probably in 484 b.c., died probably in 424.)
I: Solon''s Words of Wisdom to Crœsus. (From Book I of the "History." Translated by Rawlinson)
II: Babylon and Its Capture by Cyrus. (From Book I of the "History." Translated by Taylor)
III: The Pyramid of Cheops. (From Book II of the "History." Translated by Rawlinson)
IV: The Story of Periander''s Son. (From Book III of the "History." Translated by Rawlinson)

Thucydides—(Born about 471 b.c., died about 401.)
I: The Athenians and Spartans Contrasted. (From Book I of the "Peloponnesian War." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)
II: The Plague at Athens. (From Book II of the "Peloponnesian War." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)
III: The Sailing of the Athenian Fleet for Sicily. (From Book VI of the "Peloponnesian War." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)
IV: Completion of the Athenian Defeat at Syracuse. (From Book VII of the "Peloponnesian War." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)

Xenophon
I: The Character of Cyrus the Younger. (From the "Anabasis." Translated by J. S. Watson)
II: The Greek Army in the Snows of Armenia. (From the "Anabasis." Translated by Watson)
III: The Battle of Leuctra. (From Book VI of the "Hellenica." Translated by Watson)
IV: Of the Army of the Spartans. (From the treatise on "The Government of Lacedæmon." Translated by: Watson)
V: How to Choose and Manage Saddle Horses. (From the treatise on "Horsemanship." Translated by Watson)

Plato
I: The Image of the Cave. (From the "Republic." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)
II: Good and Evil. (From the "Protagoras." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)
III: Socrates in Praise of Love. (From the "Symposium." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)
IV: The Praise of Socrates by Alcibiades. (From the "Symposium." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)
V: The Refusal of Socrates to Escape from Prison. (From the "Crito." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)
VI: The Death of Socrates. (From the "Phædo." Translated by Benjamin Jowett)

Aristotle
I: What Things are Pleasant. (From Book I of the "Rhetoric." Translated by Buckley)
II: The Life Most Desirable. (From Book VII of the "Politics." Translated by Walford)
III: Ideal Husbands and Wives. (From Book I of the "Economics." Translated by Walford)
IV: Happiness as an End of Human Action. (From Book X of the "Nicomachean Ethics." Translated by Browne)

Polybius
I: The Battle of Cannæ. (From Book IV of the "Histories." Translated by Shuckburgh)
II: Hannibal''s Advance on Rome. (From Book IX of the "Histories." Translated by Shuckburgh)
III: The Defense of Syracuse by Archimedes. (From Book VIII of the "Histories." Translated by Shuckburgh)

Plutarch
I: Demosthenes and Cicero Compared. (From the "Lives." Translated by Sir Thomas North)
II: The Assassination of Cæsar. (From the "Lives." Translated by North)
III: Cleopatra''s Barge. (From the "Life of Mark Antony." Translated by North)
IV: The Death of Antony and Cleopatra. (From the "Life of Mark Antony." Translated by North)

Epictetus
I: Of Freedom. (From the "Discourses." Translated by Thomas Wentworth Higginson)
II: Of Friendship. (From the "Discourses." Translated by Higginson)
III: The Philosopher and the Crowd. (From the "Discourses." Translated by Higginson)

LucianI: A Descent to the Unknown. (From "Menippus." Translated by H. W. and F. G. Fowler)
II: Among the Philosophers. (From the "Fisher: A Resurrection Piece." Translated by H. W. and F. G. Fowler)
III: Of Liars and Lying. (From the "Liar." Translated by H. W. and F. G. Fowler)

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