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" But if he who desires to have before his eyes a true picture of the events which have happened, and of the like events which may be expected to happen hereafter in the order of human things, shall pronounce what I have written to be useful, then I shall... "
Scribner's Magazine ... - Сторінка 728
1909
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American Journal of Philology

Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, Charles William Emil Miller, Benjamin Dean Meritt, Tenney Frank, Harold Fredrik Cherniss, Henry Thompson Rowell - 1897
...order of human things, shall pronounce what I have written to be useful, then I shall be satisfied. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten" (I 22). This conception surely was in the mind of Mommsen when he closed the introduction to the fifth...
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Thucydides Translated Into English, Том 1

Thucydides - 1881
...order of human things, shall pronounce what I have written to be useful, then I shall be satisfied. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten. The greatest achievement of former times was the 23. Persian War ; yet even this was speedily decided...
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Thucydides Translated Into English with Introduction, Marginal Analysis, and ...

Thucydides - 1883 - 699 стор.
...order of human things, shall pronounce what I have written to be useful, then I shall be satisfied. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten. The greatest achievement of former times was the 23. Persian War ; yet even this was speedily decided...
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The History of Ancient Civilization: A Handbook

John Stuart Verschoyle - 1889 - 295 стор.
...order of human things, shall pronounce what I have written to be useful, then I shall be satisfied. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten" (Thucyd., i. 22). Thucydides is also a master of stern pathos, seen throughout his history, and especially...
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A History of Greek Literature from the Earliest Period to the Death of ...

Frank Byron Jevons - 1892 - 509 стор.
...order of human things, shall pronounce what 1 have written to be useful, then I shall be satisfied. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten." l The object of Thucydides, then, was to give a strict and faithful account of facts. He had no preconceived...
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Classic Greek Course in English

William Cleaver Wilkinson - 1892 - 314 стор.
...order of human things, shall pronounce what I have written to be useful, then I shall be satisfied. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten. Themistocles once more. In retrospectively telling us of him, Thucydides, without expressly saying...
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Greece in the Age of Pericles

Arthur James Grant - 1893 - 331 стор.
...order of human things, shall pronounce what I have written to lie useful, then I shall be satisfied. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten." He casts all aside that does not directly assist his attainment of his object. He conceives of only...
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The Meaning of History: And Other Historical Pieces

Frederic Harrison - 1894 - 482 стор.
...which he puts into the mouth of his favourite hero or claims for his own work ! ' My history,' he says, 'is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten.' ' We men of Athens know how to cultivate the mind without losing our manhood, and to create beauty...
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American Journal of Philology

Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, Charles William Emil Miller, Benjamin Dean Meritt, Tenney Frank, Harold Fredrik Cherniss, Henry Thompson Rowell - 1897
...order of human things, shall pronounce what I have written to be useful, then I shall be satisfied. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten" (I 22). This conception surely was in the mind of Mommsen when he closed the introduction to the fifth...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - 1900
...the past as a key to the future, which in all human probability will repeat or resemble the pa.st. My history is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition which is heard and forgotten." Diligence, accuracy, love of truth, and impartiality are merits commonly ascribed to Thucydides, and...
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