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Headword: *qemistoge/nhs
Adler number: theta,123
Translated headword: Themistogenes
Vetting Status: high
Syracusan, historian. [He wrote] "Anabasis of Kyros", which is preserved amongst the works of Xenophon;[1] and some other works concerning his native land.
Greek Original:
*qemistoge/nhs, *surakou/sios, i(storiko/s. *ku/rou a)na/basin, h(/tis e)n toi=s *cenofw=ntos fe/retai: kai\ a)/lla tina\ peri\ th=s e(autou= patri/dos.
[1] cf. Xenophon, Hellenica 3.1.2: 'how Kyros collected an army and with it went up against his brother, and how the battle occurred, and how he died, and how afterwards the Greeks got safely back to the sea, has been written by Themistogenes the Syracusan'. Though Jacoby included 'Themistogenes' in FGrH (as no.108), it is generally regarded as a pseudonym for Xenophon himself. See Peter Krentz, Xenophon, Hellenika II.3.11-IV.2.8 (Warminster, England, 1995) 157.
Keywords: biography; geography; historiography; history
Translated by: Debra Hamel on 16 November 1998@16:20:30.
Vetted by:
Joseph L. Rife (minor cosmetic changes; added keywords) on 12 September 2000@01:41:16.
Joseph L. Rife on 12 September 2000@01:42:33.
David Whitehead (augmented note; added keyword; cosmetics) on 16 February 2003@12:03:13.
David Whitehead on 31 December 2012@05:27:28.
Catharine Roth (coding) on 25 March 2015@00:34:40.


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