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A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF

American Translations

Translated. 2 vol.

1. History of the Expedition of Cyrus. New York. 1820-52.

2. Xenophon's Anabasis. Interlinear translation by Hamilton and Clark. New York. 1855-58. 12° Reprinted: Philadelphia, 1887, 1896.

1887. [Handy Literal

3. Xenophon's Works. 3 vols. New York.

4. Xenophon's Anabasis. New York. 1889. Translations]]

5. The Art of Horsemanship by Xenophon. Translated by M. H. Morgan. Boston. 1893. English Reprint: London, 1894-

8° [Inter-

6. Xenophon's Memorabilia. New York. 1894. national Translations, New Classic Series]

7. Anabasis, Book I; containing the Greek text literally trans­lated, with full grammatical analysis and explanatory notes; with

New York. 1917. 8° [Fully

«t ™

an introduction by D. S. Elbon. Parsed Classics]

XENOPHON OF EPHESUS

1. Abradates and Panthea. A tale [in verse] extracted from Xenophon by W. W. Beach. Salisbury. 1765.

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