A Manual of the Political Antiquities of Greece, Historically Considered

A Manual of the Political Antiquities of Greece, Historically Considered

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ...see Strab. xii. p. 817. C. 17) Xenoph. Anab. v. 10. 1; Raoul-Roch. iii. p. 300--307. Strab. xii. p. 817. A.: irpGirov ri)v 'RpaicXtiav KrwavTtg MiXjjffiot--1 Conf. Welcker. ad Theogn. p. xviii. 18) Justin, xvi. 3--5. A passage of importance for the history of the tyrant Clearchus (B. C. 364--353), on whom see Diodor. xv. 81; xvi. 36; and comp. Wachsm. i. 2. . 330. Pausanias has hit upon the truth, v. 26. 6: awtfiKiaBt) Si (K Miyapwv Kai Tavaypaiot Si ficnaxov Bomirwv ToD oiKtv/ioS: comp. Scymni Chii Fragm. v. 231, according to whom it was founded in the time of Cyrus. He probably wTOte on the authority of Ephorus, see Marx. p. 197. 19) A more detailed account of the Cleruchiaa will be given below, chap, vi. part i., meantime compare in this place, Wachsm. i. 2. . 36--44. Ste.Croix's mistake has been already rectified by Hegewisch, . 151, sqq. 20) On Thurii, see above, . 80, n. 22. On Amphipolis (B. C. 437), see Thucyd. iv. 102, coll. i. 100, and Raoul-Roch. iv. p. 40--44, coll. 7--14; consult also J. Th. Voemel's Lineamenta belli Amphipolitani (Franc, ad M. 1826), and his Prolegg. ad Demosth. Oratt. Philipp. p. 32, sqq.; also Osann's Syll. Inscr. Fasc. i. p. 22. 21) Thucyd. iii. 92; Diodor. xii. 59.--01. lxxxviii. 3, B. C. 426; lost, B. C. 394; Diodor. xiv. 88. Compare Raoul-Roch. iv. p. 56--59. . 87. With regard to the political constitution of these colonies1, it must be presumed that but few of them could be originally democratic2. The little known of the emigrations en masse of the earliest historical times, is still sufficient to show that they were all accompanied to their new country by some members of the ruling families at home 3. It should be remembered too, that the Greek colonies were chiefly led...
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