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The Landmark Xenophon's Hellenika From the editor of the widely praised "Landmark Thucydides" and "Landmark Herodotus" comes a new edition of the "Hellenika," the primary source for the events of the final seven years and aftermath of the Peloponnesian War. Full description

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Review :

"Praise for the Landmark Series: "

"THE LANDMARK HERODOTUS

""The most densely annotated, richly illustrated, and user-friendly edition of his "Histories "ever to appear."
--Daniel Mendelsohn, "The New Yorker

""Stunning.... Bears the same superb production and scholarly qualities of his earlier "The Landmark Thucydides".... Andrea Purvis's new translation is taut and lucid."
--"Houston Chronicle

""A real service.... Considerably improves accessibility by integrating hundreds of maps and extensive timelines.... [and] amplifies the first historian's own epic accomplishment."
--"Forbes"

"THE LANDMARK THUCYDIDES

""A magnificent edition of the great historian's "The Peloponnesian War"."
--"Los Angeles Times

""Without question, this is the finest edition of Thucydides' history ever produced. It is a treasure."
--"The Washington Times"
"The editor and his contributors have asked themselves the fundamental question: how can one best present and interpret the work of one of the most fascinating but difficult of ancient authors to a modern audience? They have answered this question brilliantly."
--"Classical Quarterly"

"Praise for the Landmark Series: "
"THE LANDMARK HERODOTUS
""The most densely annotated, richly illustrated, and user-friendly edition of his "Histories "ever to appear."
--Daniel Mendelsohn, "The New Yorker
""Stunning.... Bears the same superb production and scholarly qualities of his earlier "The Landmark Thucydides."... Andrea Purvis's new translation is taut and lucid."
--"Houston Chronicle
""A real service.... Considerably improves accessibility by integrating hundreds of maps and extensive timelines.... [and] amplifies the first historian's own epic accomplishment."
--"Forbes"
"THE LANDMARK THUCYDIDES
""A magnificent edition of the great historian's "The Peloponnesian War.""
--"Los Angeles Times
""Without question, this is the finest edition of Thucydides' history ever produced. It is a treasure."
--"The Washington Times"
"The editor and his contributors have asked themselves the fundamental question: how can one best present and interpret the work of one of the most fascinating but difficult of ancient authors to a modern audience? They have answered this question brilliantly."
--"Classical Quarterly"

Praise for the Landmark Series:
THE LANDMARK HERODOTUS
"The most densely annotated, richly illustrated, and user-friendly edition of his Histories ever to appear."
--Daniel Mendelsohn, The New Yorker
"Stunning.... Bears the same superb production and scholarly qualities of his earlier The Landmark Thucydides.... Andrea Purvis's new translation is taut and lucid."
--Houston Chronicle
"A real service.... Considerably improves accessibility by integrating hundreds of maps and extensive timelines.... [and] amplifies the first historian's own epic accomplishment."
--Forbes
THE LANDMARK THUCYDIDES
"A magnificent edition of the great historian's The Peloponnesian War."
--Los Angeles Times
"Without question, this is the finest edition of Thucydides' history ever produced. It is a treasure."
--The Washington Times
"The editor and his contributors have asked themselves the fundamental question: how can one best present and interpret the work of one of the most fascinating but difficult of ancient authors to a modern audience? They have answered this question brilliantly."
--Classical Quarterly

Praise for the Landmark Series:

THE LANDMARK HERODOTUS

"The most densely annotated, richly illustrated, and user-friendly edition of his Histories ever to appear."
--Daniel Mendelsohn, The New Yorker

"Stunning.... Bears the same superb production and scholarly qualities of his earlier The Landmark Thucydides.... Andrea Purvis's new translation is taut and lucid."
--Houston Chronicle

"A real service.... Considerably improves accessibility by integrating hundreds of maps and extensive timelines.... [and] amplifies the first historian's own epic accomplishment."
--Forbes

THE LANDMARK THUCYDIDES

"A magnificent edition of the great historian's The Peloponnesian War."
--Los Angeles Times

"Without question, this is the finest edition of Thucydides' history ever produced. It is a treasure."
--The Washington Times
"The editor and his contributors have asked themselves the fundamental question: how can one best present and interpret the work of one of the most fascinating but difficult of ancient authors to a modern audience? They have answered this question brilliantly."
--Classical Quarterly

About the Author :

ROBERT B. STRASSLER is an unaffiliated scholar who holds an honorary Doctorate of Humanities and Letters from Bard College and is chairman of the Aston Magna Foundation for Music and the Humanities. He lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.

JOHN MARINCOLA is the Leon Golden Professor of Classics at Florida State University. He is the author and editor of many books about Greek and Roman historiography and has translated a number of classical texts. He lives in Florida.

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