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'''Xenophon''' (c. 427/31–c. 354/5 BC) was a Greek historian.<ref>http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/xenophon.htm</ref>
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'''Xenophon''' (c. 427/31–c. 354/5 BC) was a Greek historian and military leader.<ref>http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/xenophon.htm</ref> Many consider his masterwork to be the ''Anabasis''.<ref>{{citation
| url = http://www.iep.utm.edu/xenophon/
| title = Xenophon (c.430—c.350 BCE)
| publisher = Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy}}</ref>
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Xenophon (c. 427/31–c. 354/5 BC) was a Greek historian and military leader.[1] Many consider his masterwork to be the Anabasis.[2]

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