|Nationality:||Athens (later Sparta)|
|Date of Birth:||c. 431 BC|
|Date of Death:||354 BC|
|Cause of Death:||Natural Causes|
| "The Emperor's Return" |
|Type of Appearance:||posthumous reference|
| "The Daimon" |
POD: 415 BC
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
Xenophon (ca. 431-354 BC), son of Gryllus, of the deme Erchia of Athens, was a soldier, mercenary and an admirer of Socrates. He took great care to preserve much of Socrates wisdom. Xenophon was exiled from Athens to Sparta, where he died after several years of Spartan patronage.
Xenphon in "The Emperor's Return"Edit
Xenophon came to Sgt. Yannis Pappas' mind on June 10, 2003, when, after three days of fighting, Pappas and his men were only a few meters from the sea. Pappas, however, had no intention of emulating Xenophon's famous march.
Xenophon in "The Daimon" Edit
Xenophon was against Sokrates' decision to join Alkibiades expedition to Sicily, claiming that the most vocal opponent, Kritias, spoke for most of the group. Sokrates deflected Xenophon by wondering how any man could speak for another.