An 1844 commentary on Xenophon's Anabasis which uses the author's own knowledge of the area to discuss the Greeks' route.
1. Position of the Persian and Greek empires at the period of the expedition;
2. Heralds arrive from Artaxerxes;
3. Disheartening position of the Greeks;
4. Entrance into Karduchia or Kurdistan;
5. Origin of Greek colonies on the Euxine;
6. The Greeks entertain ambassadors from Paphlagonia;
7. Inhospitable reception of the Greeks; Appendix.