A man may sell all that he has, and another may acquire his property; yet after the sale he may dwell in the city of which he is no longer a part, being neither trader, nor artisan, nor horseman, nor hoplite
, but only a poor, helpless creature.
After following the tribal court direction then ended hoplite
There was no need for them to engage in a futile and destructive hoplite
battle to defend Attica.
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With two small concealed fires; one for cooking and one for warmth, we were having a Happy Hoplite
With a handsome stand on their home turf, French company Elno took the author through its Hoplite
headset which was making its debut at the show.
At the Battle of Plataea in 479, Rahe shows, the Greek coalition led by Sparta fielded an imposing ground force, which at its core had almost 40,000 hoplite
The Greek hoplite
[a heavily armed foot soldier] purchased his own armour,' says Hixenbaugh.
The captive, Hoplite
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Men of Bronze: Hoplite
Warfare in Classical Greece.
5) Weiss insists that "the true philosopher is no warrior," but Socrates was a willing and distinguished soldier who somehow acquired the panoply he needed to elevate himself into the Athenian warrior-caste (see Mark Anderson's "Socrates as Hoplite
," in Ancient Philosophy).
In negotiating between her maternal status and her martial proclivities, Medea even invites comparison of herself to a hoplite
in the phalanx: "I would very much rather stand three times in line of battle than give birth once" (250l).