Thucydides

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Thu·cyd·i·des

 (tho͞o-sĭd′ĭ-dēz′) 460?-400? bc.
Greek historian noted for the unprecedented objectivity and thoroughness of his critical history of the Peloponnesian War.
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Thucydides

(θuːˈsɪdɪˌdiːz)
n
(Biography) ?460–?395 bc, Greek historian and politician, distinguished for his History of the Peloponnesian War
Thuˌcydiˈdean adj
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Thu•cyd•i•des

(θuˈsɪd ɪˌdiz)

n. c460–c400 B.C.,
Greek historian.
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Thucydides

[θjuːˈsɪdɪdiːz] NTucídides
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Thucydides

[θuːˈsɪdɪˌdiːz] n (History, Literature) → Tucidide m
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in our educational systems." Under the harsher regime, he says, the young "are submitted to the most laborious training in courage; we pass our lives without these restrictions, and yet are just as ready to face the same dangers as they are" (Warner, Thucidides, p.118).
et quamvis eorum gloriam Romani adhuc nimis elati jactare non erubescant, veterem tamen illam Romam, ut ille ait, "jucundissime somniat." [4] quamobrem minime mirandum si Graecorum quidam Athenas Graeciae [mu]o[upsilon][sigma][varepsilon]lov dixerint, Pithius vestam Graecorum at Thucidides Graeciae Gra eciam appelaverit.