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Top Tips of Greenshoppers

Top Tips of Greenshoppers You have to fill out an application If you would like to advertise those goods. At any moment you purchase products on the world wide web, it’s possible that the vendor is very likely to provide one specific product but a variety. Shops provide buyers the capacity supplies them the chance […]

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Things You Should Know About Growing Marijuana Outdoors

Things You Should Know About Growing Marijuana Outdoors Sativa strains will increase much greater and the buds will not be overly compact. Growing indoors makes it much more easy to preserve the temperatures stable.8 Tips for Growing White Fire OG Marijuana [The Practical Growing Guide] Find somewhere in which you are able to suspend the […]

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An Honest Look at of Dog Food

The Terrible Side of Dog-food Since there are lots of different forms of pet food on hand, it’s hard to find out which sort you should feed your own pooch.   1 other important thing which you ought to consider extremely closely is whether your pet has been well checked for pollutants.   Finding the ideal dog […]

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“Let’s Play Ball!” Sabermetrics and Three Game Changers in Cyrus’ Paradise

Thanks to the great work of the Duke University Digital Humanities team, especially Will Shaw, Cyrus’ Paradise has now entered the realm of data analysis, along the lines of the sabermetrics approach familiar to fans of Major League Baseball. Below I outline three “game changers” that will more carefully quantify–and thus celebrate–all that contributors to […]

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Xenophon’s Cyropaedia and Persian Oral History: Part Three

See also the Blog Page for Parts One and Two Cyrus’ Peaceful Death The vast majority of classical authors concur that Cyrus died in battle against the Central Asian nomads living beyond the northeastern frontier of his empire. The Cyropaedia (8.7.2–28) goes against the grain by ascribing to the conqueror a peaceful death. The common […]

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Xenophon’s Cyropaedia and Persian Oral History: Part Two

Cyrus’ Campaign to Armenia Given the nature of our information about Cyrus, great consideration is due to those events about which Herodotus, Ctesias, and Xenophon all agree. Xenophon’s account (2.4.18ff) of the punitive expedition that Cyrus led against the Armenians on behalf of the Medes thus deserves special attention. There is a consensus among the […]

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Xenophon’s Cyropaedia and Persian Oral History: Part One

Synopsis: Xenophon’s Cyropaedia is a complicated work, but evidence exists that certain details are likely derived from one or more Iranian oral traditions distinct from those preserved in the works of other classical authors. Xenophon himself admits familiarity with Iranian oral traditions concerning Cyrus, and such traditions may underlie his accounts of Cyrus’ paternal lineage, […]

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A Renaissance Cyrus

Xenophon’s Cyrus was a well-known and well-liked figure in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England. Two separate English translations of the Cyropaedia were undertaken between 1550 and 1650, the first by a lowly tutor William Barker (1552 and 1567) who describes himself as ‘a forlorn Scholar, not able to keep credit in learning’, but one who, by […]

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