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Clause Combining in Ancient Greek Narrative Discourse

The Distribution of Subclauses and Participial Clauses in Xenophon's <i>Hellenica</i> and <i>Anabasis</i>

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This study describes the usage of subclauses and participial clauses in Xenophon’s <i>Hellenica</i> and <i>Anabasis</i>, with additional examples from other texts by Xenophon, providing new insights into the distribution of these clauses by adopting a text grammar-oriented approach.

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