Greek Composition for Schools; With Exercises Based on Anabasis I-III, College Entrance Papers, and Original Selections

Greek Composition for Schools; With Exercises Based on Anabasis I-III, College Entrance Papers, and Original Selections

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...them that if they were hostile to each other the barbarians would cut them to pieces. Then he ordered both to their quarters. And so they were reconciled.4 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1 Participle. - 82. a Follow text. 4 I. 6,1, B. 1-5. Orontas, who was related to the king, said to Cyrus: "If we should capture those horsemen they would not announce to the king that they have seen us." So Cyrus ordered him to take them alive. Now Orontas wrote a letter to the king, (saying) that if the cavalry would receive him as a friend nothing would prevent his coming. But Cyrus read this letter, and immediately ordered Orontas to be arrested. Among1 others he summoned Clearchus as a counselor inasmuch as he seemed most faithful. 1. apa prj Kcu Yipotjevos dXXXois pdqv ovvrjxf)av; 2. iroTepa) iaXeiraivev 6 Kvpos; 3. 7roia) avSpl iSoKev 'OpovTas Trjv iiricrToXrjv; EXERCISE XVII (Anabasis I. G. 6-11.) Prepare the following constructions and find examples of each in the text: 1. Questions, 25-29. 2. Purpose with (brws and us, 60. 3. Concessive Clauses, 116. 4. Double Negatives, 173. ORAL A. 6-8. 1. My father did riot give him to me to plot against me. 2. Cyrus summoned Clearchus in order to consult with him. 3. "Were you injured by me?" "No," said Orontas. He summoned both others and. 4. Do you not admit that you1 plundered my terri tory? 5. Although he was my servant he revolted. B. 8-11. 6. He gave him to his scepter-hearer to be led2 to death. 7. Nor did any one ever know that he was put to death. 8. They advised that he be put to death. 9. Although they were hostile to him he saluted. 10. Put him out of the way in order that he may never again injure us. WRITTEN A. 6-8. Cyrus told them that...show more

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