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John Murray, 1856

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Chances of Thebes and liberation not unfavourable
45
Capture of Thebes by assault Massacre of the population
51
Sentiments of Alexander at the time and afterwards respecting
58
Agnonides and Phokion are heard before PolysperchonPhokion
59
Alexander at Corinthobedience of the Grecian synodinterview
64
Reconstitution of Orchomenus and Platica Return of Alexander
65
Greece an appendage but a valuable appendage to Macedonia
71
Philip rearms and reorganises the infantry Long Macedonian
77
Light troops generallymostly foreigners
83
Magazines waroffice and depot at Pella
89
Visit of Alexnnder to Ilium
95
Greeks in Alexanders serviceEumenes of Karelia
99
Persian force assembled in Pbrygia under Arsites and others
105
Cavalry battle Personal danger of Alexander His life is saved
113
Terror and submission of the Asiatics to Alexander Surrender
119
Alexander besieges Miletus Capture of the city
125
Desperate sally of Ephialtesat tirst successful but repulsedhe
131
CHAPTER XCIII
140
Darius recalls the Grecian mercenaries from the fleet
148
March of Alexander out of Kilikia through Issus to Myriandrus
154
Position of Darius on the plain eastward of Mount Amanus
156
Position of the Persian army north of the Pinarus 1
162
Complete dispersion of the Persian armyDarius recrosses
168
Capture and treatment of the Athenian Iphikrates Altered rela
175
Exorbitant dispositions and conduct of Alexander
181
He appears before Tyre with a numerous fleet and blocks up
187
Surviving males 2000 in number hanged by order of Alexander
189
Gaza is taken by storm after a siege of two months
195
Arrangements made by Alexander at MemphisGrecian prisoners
203
Immense army collected by Darius in the plains eastward of
209
Dispositions of Alexander for the attackarray of the troops
215
Combat on the Persian right between Maiseus and Parmenio
222
Generalship of Alexander
228
Alexander enters Persepolis
234
Alexander rests his troops and employs himself in conquering
240
Darius at Ekbatanaseeks escape towards Baktria when he hears
244
Prodigious efforts of Alexander to overtake and get possession
250
Envoys from Sparta and other Greek cities brought to himhow
256
Arrest of Philotas Alexander accuses him before the assembled
262
Mutiny of the soldiers when they learn the assassination of Par
268
Massacre of the Branchidse and their families perpetrated by Alex
275
Banquet at Marakanda Character and position of Kleitus
281
Active and successful operations of Alexander in Sogdiana
288
The reply of Kallisthenes is favourably heard by the gueststhe
294
Kallisthenes is arrested as an accompliceantipathy manifested
300
Conquest of tribes on the right bank of the Industhe Rock
304
He reaches the Hyphasis Sutledge the farthest of the rivers
311
March of Alexander by land westward through the desert
317
Discontents of the Macedonian soldiers with the Asiatising inter
324
New projects of conquests contemplated by Alexandermeasures
330
Alexander at Babylonhis great preparations for the circumnavi
336
Accusatory harangue of JEschines nominally against the proposi
388
Verdict of the Dikasts triumph of Demosthenes exile
394
Circumstances attending the arrival of Harpalus at Suniumde
400
Demosthenes moves the decree for arrest of Harpalus who
403
Had Demosthenes the means of embezzling after the money
409
Rescript of Alexander to the Grecian cities directing that
416
Assistance lent to the Athenian envoys by Demosthenes though
422
Misfortune of the death of Leosthenes Antiphilus is named
425
List of projects entertained by Alexander at the time of his death
431
Disfranchisement and deportation of the 12000 poorest Athenian
437
Dishonourable position of Phokion at Athens under the Macedo
444
Siege of Halikarnassus Bravery of the garrison under Ephialtes
446
Antipater purges and remodels the Peloponnesian cities
447
War between Antigonus and Eumenes in Asia Energy and abi
455
Edict issued by Polysperchon at Pella in the name of the imperial
462
Mischief to the Athenians as well as to Polysperchon from Nika
468
Phokion is conveyed as prisoner to Athens and brought
476
Life and character of Phokion
482
Restoration of the oligarchical government at Athens though in
488
Kassander passes into Macedoniadefeats Olympias and becomes
494
Kassandcr founds Kassandreia and restores Thebes
498
Demetrius Poliorketes enters Athens in triumph He promises
506
Helpless condition of the Atheniansproclaimed by themselves
519
Death of Kassander Bloody feuds among his family Demetrius
525
Alteration of tone and sentiment in Athens during the last thirty
531
He levies a mercenary forcehis exploits as general in Italy
538
Farther internal changes at Syracuserecall of the exilesAga
540
They invite the Spartan Akrotatus to commandhis bad conduct
546
Total defeat of Agathokles by the Carthaginians
552
Agathokles marches into the Carthaginian territorycaptures
558
Conquests of Agathokles among the Carthaginian dependencies
564
Agathokles invites the aid of Ophelias from Kyrene
578
March of Ophelias with his army and his colonists from Kyrene
586
Agathokles goes to Sicily leaving Archagathus to command
592
Agrigentine army under Xenodokusopposed to the mercenaries
596
Proceedings of Agathokles in Sicilyhis barbarities at Egesta
602
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606
Splendid genius of action and resourcenefarious dispositionsof
609
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613
Massaliaits situation and circumstances
616
The Pontic Herakleiaoligarchical governmentthe native
622
Satyrus becomes despothis aggravated crueltyhis military
628
Amastris governs Herakleia marries Lysimachusis divorced
634
Olbiain the days of Herodotus and Ephorusincreased num
641
Bosporus or Pantikapseum
648
Restrictive law passed against the philosophersthey all leave
649
Nymphscum among the tributary cities under the Athenian empire
650
Civil war between Prytanis and Eumelusvictory of Eumelushe
656
Appendix on the Localities near Issus
665
His prolonged war and ultimate success in Greece against Kas
685

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