... young men, when not upon duty, were always employed in some exercise or manly study; and the old were occupied in giving instructions; ... The guards of the Greeks may be divided into puMarai iueptval and vukrepwal; the former being upon duty by day, and the latter by night. At several hours in the night, certain officers, called reptwoNow, walked round the camp, and visited the watch; and to knowanbsp;...
|Title||:||Archaeologia Graeca, or the Antiquities of Greece; chiefly designed to illustrate the Greek Classics. To which are prefixed, a brief history of the Grecian States, and biographical sketches of the principal Greek writers|
|Author||:||John ROBINSON (D.D., Rector of Clifton, Westmoreland.)|