Xenophon then bethought him of the two prisoners whom he had just captured, and proposed that these two should be questioned also.
Xenophon stared after him as he went out of the gate whistling heartily.
Xenophon, the illustrious warrior and historian, lived ninety years.
Xenophon's ideal wife was a good housekeeper—like her of the Proverbs.
When Xenophon saw its ruins only two centuries afterwards, he could not even ascertain what city those ruins marked.
Socrates taught Xenophon and Plato geography, astronomy, and the use of the globes.
There is another attack on the van,” cried Xenophon, “this looks serious.
Reads like a biographical incident in some hunt of Xenophon, boy or father.
"The Xenophon is in a poor condition to weather a storm to-night," said Lieutenant Willard.
The mind of Xenophon: guiding principles, rule of Health, rule of Forethought.