Xenophon then bethought him of the two prisoners whom he had just captured, and proposed that these two should be questioned also.
Xenophon says that there is no sound more pleasing than one's own praises.
Xenophon, the illustrious warrior and historian, lived ninety years.
Well then (said Xenophon), I will go; since I am the younger of the two.
When Xenophon saw its ruins only two centuries afterwards, he could not even ascertain what city those ruins marked.
Here he was rejoined by Xenophon on descending from the summit.
There is another attack on the van,” cried Xenophon, “this looks serious.
But the oratory of Xenophon was something of a higher order.
"The Xenophon is in a poor condition to weather a storm to-night," said Lieutenant Willard.
It was in this position that Xenophon addressed them as follows.