Does anyone know where I could find a complete version of Hutchinson's Latin translation of Xenophon's Anabasis?

A partial version is linked below. (The box at the top lists the available sections.)


Internet resources would be best, but information on hard copy (publisher, year of publication, etc.) would also be appreciated.

I don't know that a complete version exists. It is possible that the link above links all that has been translated. Thanks.


Here you go. Internet Archive is a treasury full of old gems.

They also have several versions of the Cyropedia, too, if you're interested.

  • Thank you--particularly as I even looked in Internet Archive and couldn't find it.
    – Catomic
    Mar 4 '17 at 4:08
  • @Catomic My pleasure. Sometimes one just needs a second pair of eyes—it happens!
    – cmw
    Mar 4 '17 at 7:29

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