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  • Cyclopædia Olympia (ancient Greece) 1947949The American Cyclopædia — Olympia (ancient Greece) OLYMPIA, a plain of Elis in ancient Greece, on the right
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Myrmidons (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    an old Thessalian race who colonized the island of Ægina.  According to Greek story Zeus peopled Thessaly by changing the ants into men; hence the myrmidons
    437 bytes (58 words) - 21:25, 14 February 2007
  • The New Student's Reference Work/Aristophanes (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    Work (1914) — Aristophanes Aristophanes (är-is-tŏf′ a-nēz), the greatest Greek writer of comedies.  Little is known of his life, although his writings
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Aristotle (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    (1914) — Aristotle Aristotle (är′ is-tŏt-l), the greatest of all the Greek philosophers, was born at Stageira in Thrace, 384 B. C.  His father was
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Mycenæ (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    the capital of Agamemnon’s kingdom, and at that time the chief town of Greece.  It was destroyed by the people of Argos, and, though rebuilt, never afterward
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Euripides (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    (ū-rĭp′ĭ-dēz), a famous Greek poet, was born in Salamis in 480 B. C. He was the last of the three great tragic poets of Greece. He was a pupil of Anaxagoras
    282 bytes (281 words) - 20:36, 11 April 2015
  • The New Student's Reference Work/Argonauts (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    and by fire-breathing bulls.  Jason set sail with the principal heroes of Greece, among them Castor and Pollux, Hercules and Orpheus.  After various adventures
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  • The Republic (category Ancient Greek philosophical works)
    The Republic by Plato, translated by Benjamin Jowett 1658The RepublicPlatoBenjamin Jowett Introduction Book I Book II Book III Book IV Book V Book
    868 bytes (108 words) - 13:20, 25 June 2014
  • Historical Library (category Ancient Greek historical works)
    information about this edition.  related portals: Geography, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece. sister projects: Wikipedia article, Data item. Bibliotheca
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Xenophon (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    treacherous murder of the Greek generals played an important part in the Retreat of the Ten Thousand.  Soon after his return to Greece he settled in a small
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Areopagus (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    Mars in ancient Athens, near the Acropolis.  It was the seat of the court called by the same name, which was the most famous court in Greece.  It dates
    947 bytes (144 words) - 05:18, 21 February 2007
  • The New Student's Reference Work/Nicias (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Nicias 85294The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Nicias Nicias (nish′ i-as), an Athenian statesman
    824 bytes (129 words) - 16:00, 2 February 2007
  • The New Student's Reference Work/Ecclesia (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Ecclesia 85970The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Ecclesia Ecclesia (ĕk-klē′ zĭ-ȧ), a popular assembly
    535 bytes (80 words) - 23:43, 9 February 2007
  • The New Student's Reference Work/Sophocles (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    of his many dramas are preserved, but these place him at the head of the Greek dramatists. The probable order in which they appeared is Ajax; Antigone;
    289 bytes (222 words) - 20:50, 11 April 2015
  • The New Student's Reference Work/Socrates (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Socrates Socrates (sŏk′ rȧ-tēz), a Greek philosopher, was probably born in 469 B. C., near Athens.  His father was
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  • On the Vital Principle (category Ancient Greek philosophical works)
    For works with similar titles, see De Anima. On the Vital Principle by Aristotle, translated by Charles Collier 230561On the Vital PrincipleAristotleCharles
    7 KB (250 words) - 02:04, 22 July 2012
  • History of the Peloponnesian War (category Ancient Greek historical works)
    History of the Peloponnesian War is widely considered to be the definitive ancient treatment of the period it covers. The work summarizes events from the
    913 bytes (33 words) - 04:44, 16 April 2012
  • The Secret History (category Ancient Greek historical works)
    The Secret History or The Anecdota by Procopius 35147The Secret History or The AnecdotaProcopius Introduction Part 1 (I - V) Part 2 (VI - X) Part
    713 bytes (40 words) - 09:09, 24 February 2013
  • Laws (Plato) (category Ancient Greek philosophical works)
    Laws by Plato, translated by Benjamin Jowett 90138LawsPlatoBenjamin Jowett Introduction and Analysis The Preamble Excursus on the Relation of the
    890 bytes (138 words) - 11:26, 5 September 2011
  • The New Student's Reference Work/Aristides (category The New Student's Reference Work/Ancient Greece)
    The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Aristides 87424The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Aristides Aristi′des (är′ is-tī′ dēz), called the
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