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Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) by Xenophon (370 BC), Book 7 – Byzantium, Thrace & Asia Minor

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Prometheus Bound by Aeschylus (525 BC – 456 BC)

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Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) by Xenophon (370 BC), Book 6 – The March to the Bosporus

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Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) by Xenophon (370 BC), Book 5 – The March to Paphlagonia

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Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) by Xenophon (370 BC), Book 4 – The March to the Sea

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Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) by Xenophon (370 BC), Book 3 – The March to Kurdestan

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Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) by Xenophon (370 BC), Book 2 – The Greeks are Isolated

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Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) by Xenophon (370 BC), Book 1 – The Attempt of Cyrus

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“Lucretius” by George Santayana (1910)

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“Introduction to Arithmetic Book 2” by Nicomachus (c. 100 AD)

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“Introduction to Arithmetic Book 1” by Nicomachus (c. 100 AD)

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“Contentment” by Plutarch (46-120 AD)

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“Ethics Book 10” by Aristotle (349 BC)

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“Ethics Book 9” by Aristotle (349 BC)

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“Ethics Book 8” by Aristotle (349 BC)

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“Ethics Book 7” by Aristotle (349 BC)

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“Ethics Book 6” by Aristotle (349 BC)

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“Ethics Book 5” by Aristotle (349 BC)

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“Ethics Book 4” by Aristotle (349 BC)

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“Ethics Book 3” by Aristotle (349 BC)