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Xenophon and Themistogenes

Malcolm MacLaren, Jr.
Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association
Vol. 65 (1934), pp. 240-247
DOI: 10.2307/283030
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/283030
Page Count: 8
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Xenophon and Themistogenes
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Abstract

Xenophon, in Hellenica III, 1, 2, states that a certain "Themistogenes" wrote a book describing the expedition of Cyrus against Artaxerxes. Suidas declares that Themistogenes wrote the Anabasis which is attributed to Xenophon. Plutarch maintains that Themistogenes is a pseudonym used by Xenophon in publishing his Anabasis. In this paper arguments are presented in support of Plutarch's statement.

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