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a. History of the times
Buckley, T.,
Aspects of Greek History 750–323 B.C.: A Source-based Approach
(Routledge, 1996)
The Cambridge Ancient History
, 2nd edn., vol. V
The Fifth Century
(Cambridge University Press, 1992), vol. VI
The Fourth Century
Cartledge, P.,
Agesilaos and the Crisis of Sparta
(Duckworth and Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987)
—— (ed.),
The Cambridge Illustrated History of Ancient Greece
(Cambridge University Press, 1997, corr. pb. repr. 2000)
Daverio Rocchi, G. and Cavalli, M. (eds.)
Il Peloponneso di Senofonte
(Monduzzi Editore, 2004)
Davies, J.,
Democracy and Classical Greece
, 2nd edn. (Fontana/HarperCollins, 1993)
Finley, M. I.,
Politics in the Ancient World
(Cambridge University Press, 1983)
Hornblower, S.,
The Greek World 479–323
, 3rd edn (Routledge, 2002)
Osborne, R. (ed.),
Classical Greece
(Oxford University Press, 2000)
Athenian society and intellectual milieu
Andrewes, A.,
Greek Society
(Penguin, 1971)
Democracy and Classical Greece
, chapter 12
Dillon, J. and Gergel, T.,
The Greek Sophists
(Penguin, 2003)
Goldhill, S.,
The Invention of Prose
(Oxford University Press, 2002)
Irwin, T. H., ‘Plato: the intellectual background’, in R. Kraut (ed.),
The Cambridge Companion to Plato
(Cambridge University Press, 1992), pp. 51–89
Kerferd, G. B.,
The Sophistic Movement
(Cambridge University Press, 1981)
Muir, J. V., ‘Religion and the new education: the challenge of the Sophists’, in P. Easterling and J. V. Muir (eds.),
Greek Religion and Society
(Cambridge University Press, 1985), pp. 191– 218
Rankin, H. D.,
Sophists, Socratics and Cynics
(Croom Helm and Barnes & Noble, 1983)
Romilly, J. de,
The Great Sophists in the Age of Pericles
(Oxford University Press, 1992)
Thomas, R.,
Literacy and Orality in Ancient Greece
(Cambridge University Press, 1992)
Vander Waerdt, P. (ed.),
The Socratic Movement
(Cornell University Press, 1994)
Waterfield, R.,
The First Philosophers: The Presocratics and Sophists
(Oxford University Press, 2000)
Wood, N. and E. M.,
Class Ideology and Ancient Political Theory
(Blackwell, 1978)
Yunis, H. (ed.)
Written Texts and the Rise of Literate Culture in Ancient Greece
(Cambridge University Press, 2003)
c. Greek religion
Bruit-Zaidman, L., and Schmitt-Pantel, P.,
Religion in the Ancient Greek City
, ed. and trans. P. Cartledge (Cambridge University Press, 1992)
Burkert, W.,
Greek Religion: Archaic and Classical
(Blackwell, 1985)
Buxton, R. (ed.),
Oxford Readings in Greek Religion
(Oxford University Press, 2000)
Easterling, P., and Muir, J. V. (eds.),
Greek Religion and Society
(Cambridge University Press, 1985)
Mikalson, J. D.,
Athenian Popular Religion
(University of North Carolina Press, 1983)
d. General climate of beliefs
Brickhouse, T. C. and Smith, N. D.,
The Trial and Execution of Socrates: Sources and Controversies
(Oxford University Press, 2002)
Cohen, D.,
Law, Sexuality and Society: The Enforcement of Morals in Classical Athens
(Cambridge University Press, 1991)
Law, Violence and Community in Classical Athens
(Cambridge University Press, 1995)
Dover, K. J.,
Greek Popular Morality in the Time of Plato and Aristotle
(Blackwell, 1974)
Greek Homosexuality
(Duckworth and Harvard University Press, 1978; rev. edn, 1989)
Fisher, N.,
Hybris: A Study in the Values of Honour and Shame in Ancient Greece
(Aris & Phillips, 1992)
a. General
Anderson, J. K.,
(Duckworth, 1974)
Azoulay, V.,
Xénophon et les Grâces du Pouvoir. De la
au charisme
(Publications de la Sorbonne, 2004), pp. 481–84 (rich bibliography)
Breitenbach, H. R., ‘Xenophon’,
IXA2 (1967)
Cartledge, P., ‘Xenophon’s women: a touch of the Other’, in H. D. Jocelyn & H. Hurst (eds.),
Tria Lustra: Fest. J. Pinsent
(Liverpool Classical Paper 3, 1993), pp. 163–75
——, ‘The Socratics’ Sparta and Rousseau’s’, in Hodkinson, S. and Powell, A. (eds.),
Sparta: New Perspectives
(Classical Press of Wales & Duckworth, 1999), pp. 311–37
Delebecque, E.,
Essai sur la vie de Xénophon
(Klincksieck, 1957)
Dillery, J.,
Xenophon and the History of His Times
(Routledge, 1995)
Gray, V. J. ‘Xenophon and Isocrates’ in Rowe, C. and Schofield, M. (eds.),
The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Political Thought
(Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 142–54
Green, P. M., ‘Text and context in the manner of Xenophon’s exile’, in I. Worthington (ed.),
Ventures into Greek History
(Oxford University Press, 1994), pp. 215–27
—— repr. in his
From Ikaria to the Stars: Classical Mythification, Ancient and Modern
(University of Texas Press, 2004), pp. 133–43
Higgins, W. E.,
Xenophon the Athenian: The Problem of the Individual and the Society of the Polis
(State University of New York Press, 1977)
Hindley, C., ‘Eros and military command in Xenophon’,
Classical Quarterly
, 44 (1994), pp. 347–66
Hutchinson, G.,
Xenophon and the Art of Command
(Greenhill Books, 2000)
Johnstone, S., ‘Virtuous toil, vicious work: Xenophon on aristocratic style’,
Classical Philology
, 89 (1994), pp. 219–40
Morrison, D. R.,
Bibliography of Editions, Translations, and Commentary on Xenophon’s Socratic Writings 1600–Present
(Mathesis Publications, Inc., 1988)
Münscher, K.,
Xenophon in der griechisch-römischen Literatur (Philologus
Supp. 13, 1920)
Nickel, R.,
(Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1979)
Rawson, E.,
The Spartan Tradition in European Thought
(Oxford University Press, 1969, 1991)
Skoczylas Pownall, F., ‘Condemnation of the impious in Xenophon’s
Hellenica’, Harvard Theological Review
91 (1998), pp. 251–77
Tuplin, C. J., ‘Xenophon’s exile again’, in M. Whitby et al. (eds.),
Homo Viator: Classical Essays for John Bramble
(Bristol Classical Press, 1997), PP. 59–68
—— ‘Xenophon, Artemis and Scillus’, in Figueira, T. (ed.),
Spartan Society
(Classical Press of Wales, 2004), pp. 251–81
——, (ed.),
Xenophon and His World. Papers from a Conference held in Liverpool in July 1999
(Franz Steiner Verlag, 2004)
Waterfield, R. ‘Xenophon’s Socratic Mission’, in Tuplin (ed.),
Xenophon and His World
, pp. 79–113
Wood, N., ‘Xenophon’s theory of leadership’,
Classica et Mediaevalia
, 25 (1964), pp. 33–66
b. Particular works

All the treatises in this volume may be found in translation with facing Greek text in E. C. Marchant’s Loeb Classical Library edition, 1925.

1. Hiero the Tyrant
Gray, V. J., ‘Xenophon’s
and the meeting of the wise man and the tyrant’,
Classical Quarterly
, 36 (1986), pp.115–23
Gelenczey-Mihálz, A., ‘Thoughts on tyranny. Xenophon’s
Hiero’, Acta Antiqua
40 (2000), pp. 113–21
2. Agesilaus
Cartledge, P.,
Agesilaos and the Crisis of Sparta
Gentili, B., and Cerri, G.,
History and Biography in Ancient Thought
(Gieben, 1988)
Momigliano, A. D.,
The Development of Greek Biography
, augmented edn. (Harvard University Press, 1993)
Proietti, G.,
Xenophon’s Sparta (Mnemosyne
Supp. 98, 1987)
Shipley, D. R.,
A Commentary on Plutarch’s Life of Agesilaus. Response to Sources in the Presentation of Character
(Oxford University Press, 1997)
Talbert, R. (ed.),
Plutarch on Sparta
(Penguin, 1988)
3. How to Be a Good Cavalry Commander
4. On Horsemanship
Anderson, J. K.,
Ancient Greek Horsemanship
(University of California Press, 1961)
Bugh, G. R.,
The Horsemen of Athens
(Princeton University Press, 1988)
Delebecque, E. (ed.),
De l’ art équestre
(Budé, 1978)
Le commandant de la cavalerie
(Budé, 1973)
Morgan, M. H.,
Xenophon: The Art of Horsemanship
(Dent, 1894)
Piggott, S.,
Wagon, Chariot and Carriage
(Thames & Hudson, 1992)
Spence, I. G.,
The Cavalry of Classical Greece: A Social and Military History with Particular Reference to Athens
(Oxford University Press, 1993)
Worley, L.,
Hippeis: The Cavalry of Ancient Greece
(Westview Press, 1994)
5. On Hunting
Anderson, J. K.,
Hunting in the Ancient World
(University of California Press, 1985)
Cartledge, P., ‘Hunting: Spartan-style’, Appendix to
The Spartans. An Epic History
, 2nd edn (Pan Macmillan, 2003)
Classen, C. J., ‘Xenophons Darstellung der Sophistik und der Sophisten’,
, 112 (1984), pp. 154–67
David, E., ‘Hunting in Spartan society and consciousness’,
Echos du Monde Classique/Classical Views
, 12 (1993), pp. 393–413
Delebecque, E. (ed.),
Xénophon. L’Art de la Chasse
(Budé, 1970)
Gray, V. J., ‘Xenophon’s
Cynegeticus’, Hermes
, 113 (1985), pp. 156–72
Phillips, A. A. and Willcock, M. M.,
Xenophon and Arrian, On Hunting
(Aris & Phillips, 1999)
Schnapp, A.,
Le Chasseur et la cité. Chasse et érotique dans la Grèce ancienne
(Albin Michel, 1997)
6. Ways and Means
Austin, M. M., and Vidal-Naquet, P.,
Economic and Social History of Ancient Greece: An Introduction
(Batsford, 1977)
Dillery, J., ‘Xenophon’s
and Athenian imperialism’,
, 42 (1993), pp. 1–11
Finley, M. I.,
The Ancient Economy
, 2nd edn. (Hogarth Press and University of California Press, 1985)
Garlan, Y.,
Slavery in Ancient Greece
(Cornell University Press, 1988)
Warfare in the Ancient World
(Chatto & Windus, 1975)
Gauthier, Ph.,
Une commentaire historique des Poroi de Xénophon
(Droz, 1976)
Hunt, P.,
The Spear and the Whip
(Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)
7. Other Works
Brown, T. S., ‘Echoes from Herodotus in Xenophon’s Hellenica’,
Ancient World
, 21 (1990), pp. 97–101
Cawkwell, G. L., Introduction and notes to
A History of My Times
(trans. of
), by R. Warner (Penguin, 1979)
——, Introduction and notes to
The Persian Expedition
(trans. of
), by R. Warner (Penguin, 1972)
Connor, W. R., ‘Historical writing in the fourth century and in the Hellenistic period’, in P. Easterling and B. Knox (eds.),
The Cambridge History of Classical Literature
, vol. I,
Greek Literature
(Cambridge University Press, 1985), pp. 458–71
Dillery, J.,
Xenophon Anabasis
, rev. edn. (Loeb Classical Library, 1998)
Due, B.,
The Cyropaedia: Xenophon’s Aims and Methods
(Aarhus University Press, 1989)
Georges, P.,
Barbarian Asia and the Greek Experience: From the Archaic Period to the Age of Xenophon
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995)
Gera, D.,
Xenophon’s Cyropaedia
(Oxford University Press, 1993)
Goldhill, S., ‘The seductions of the gaze: Socrates and his girlfriends’, in Cartledge, P. et al. (eds.)
KOSMOS. Essays in Order, Conflict and Community in Classical Athens
(Cambridge University Press, 1998), pp. 105–24
Gray, V. J.,
The Character of Xenophon’s Hellenica
(Duckworth and Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989)
The Framing of Socrates: the Literary Interpretation of Xenophon’s Memorabilia
(Franz Steiner Verlag, 1998)
Henry, W. P.,
Greek Historical Writing: A Historiographical Essay Based on Xenophon’s Hellenica
(Argonaut Press, 1967)
Hirsch, S. W.,
The Friendship of the Barbarians: Xenophon and the Persian Empire
(University Press of New England, 1985)
Hobden, F., ‘How to be a good symposiast and other lessons from Xenophon’s
Symposium’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society
50 (2004), pp. 121–40
Lane Fox, R. (ed.)
The Long March: Xenophon and the Ten Thousand
(Yale University Press, 2004)
Lipka, M.,
Xenophon’s ‘Spartan Constitution’. Introduction, Text, Commentary
(Walter de Gruyter, 2002)
Nadon, C.,
Xenophon’s Prince. Republic and Empire in the Cyropaedia
(University of California Press, 2001)
O’Connor, D., ‘The erotic self-sufficiency of Socrates: a reading of Xenophon’s Memorabilia’, in Vander Waerdt (ed.),
The Socratic Movement
, pp. 151–80
Pomeroy, S. B.,
Xenophon’s Oeconomicus: A Social and Historical Commentary
(Oxford University Press, 1994)
Rood, T.,
The Sea! The Sea! The Shout of the Ten Thousand in the Modern Imagination
(Duckworth Overlook, 2004)
—— Introduction and Notes to
The Expedition of Cyrus
(trans. of
by R. Waterfield, Oxford University Press, 2005)
Sandbach, F. H., ‘Plato and the Socratic work of Xenophon’, in P. Easterling and B. Knox (eds.),
The Cambridge History of Classical Literature
, vol. I,
Greek Literature
(Cambridge University Press, 1985), pp. 478–97
Tatum, J.,
Xenophon’s Imperial Fiction: On The Education of Cyrus
(Princeton University Press, 1989)
Tuplin, C. J.,
The Failings of Empire: A Reading of Xenophon Hellenica 2.3.11–7.5.27
(Franz Steiner, 1993)
——, ‘Xenophon, Sparta and the Cyropaedia’, in A. Powell and S. Hodkinson (eds.),
The Shadow of Sparta
(Routledge and University of Wales Press, 1994), pp. 127–81
Waterfield, R., Introduction and notes to
Conversations of Socrates
(trans. of
Apology, Memorabilia, Symposium
, and
), by H. Tredennick and R. Waterfield (Penguin, 1990)
Westlake, H. D., ‘Individuals in Xenophon’s Hellenica’,
Bulletin of the John Rylands Library
, 49 (1966–7), pp. 246–69
Wohl, V., ‘Dirty Dancing: Xenophon’s
’, in Murray, P. and Wilson, P. (eds.),
Music and the Muses. The Culture of Mousike in the Classical Athenian City
(Oxford University Press, 2004), pp. 337–63
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