Xenophon, Anabasis “[The Landmark Herodotus is] the most densely annotated, richly illustrated, and user-friendly edition of his histories ever to appear.” —Daniel Mendelsohn, The New Yorker Copyright © 2010 by Robert B. Strassler A Letter from the Editor | Landmark Features | Books & Samples | Reading Groups & Events | Reviews & Links Herodotus Thucydides Xenophon, Hellenika Arrian Julius Caesar In Print Forthcoming THE LANDMARK Julius Caesar Reviews The Wall Street Journal, “Julius Caesar and the Bloody Road to Empire” A definitive edition of the five contemporaneous works that chronicle the military campaigns of Julius Caesar. James Romm, 12.1.2017 THE LANDMARK ARRIAN Reviews The New Criterion, “Ancient Ancient History,” Victor Davis Hanson, 3.2011 The New York Times, “Paths of Glory,” Steve Coates, 2.27.2011 ricochet.com, “Robert Strassler Strikes Again,” Paul A. Rahe, 1.17.2011 The Wall Street Journal, “The Greatest of Them All,” 1.15.2011 The National, “Alexander the Great’s Escapades,” 12.3.2010 The LANDMARK HERODOTUS Reviews The New Yorker, “Arms and the Man: What was Herodotus Trying to Tell Us?” Daniel Mendelsohn, 4.28.2008 The New York Review of Books, “The Great Marathon Man,” Peter Green, 5.15.2008 The New York Times, “Herodotus Now: ‘Omnivorous Curiosity’ and Double Vision,” Edward Rothstein, 12.10.2007 The New York Sun, “Father of History,” Brendan Boyle, 10.31.2007 The Wall Street Journal, “Robert Strassler on Herodotus and Ancient Greece’s Influence,” Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg, 12.22.2007 Open Letters Monthly, “Landfall at Last,” Panagiotis Polichronakis, 12.2007 Audio and Video The New York Society Library, Robert B. Strassler speaks about The Landmark Herodotus and The Landmark Xenophon’s Hellenika, 11.2009, streaming video or audio download, 2:10, also on YouTube THE LANDMARK THUCYDIDES Reviews Bryn Mawr Classical Review, Tim Rood, 8.14.2007 Michigan War Studies Review, Reinaldo B. Pérez, 6.1.2007 THE LANDMARK XENOPHON’s HELLENIKA Reviews The Weekly Standard, Vol. 16, No. 32, “Xenophilia: No longer blind to the greatness of this versatile Greek,” Joseph Epstein, 5.9.2011, (partial article, the rest by subscription) [for excerpt click here] The New York Review of Books, “From the Craze of Achilles to the Wisdom of Xenophon,” G. W. Bowersock, 4.29.2010 The Landmark Editions Talk by Robert B. Strassler on Herodotus and Xenophon at The New York Society Library, available as streaming video or audio download. Also on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTyR6eSsqYE Credits Art Direction & Design Books & Web site Kim Llewellyn Design kimllewellyn@ hvc.rr.com Maps & Diagrams Jonathan Wyss & Kelly Sandefer, Beehive Mapping www.beehivemapping.com Art Research Ingrid MacGillis Indexes Margot Levy Chris Carruth (Arrian) Cohen Carruth, Inc. www.cohencarruth.com Copyediting Candy Gianetti Chris Jerome Anita Gates Miscellaneous Links Ancient Ships & Triremes The Trireme Trust Maps The Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World The Ancient World Mapping Center Reading OdysseyDiscussion Groups and Blogs http://readingodyssey.comA non-profit group that aims to reignite curiosity and lifelong learning, or, as Aristotle might say, to help people practice the habit of wisdom.