This person is the tyrant of Syracuse, Sicily, that was considered a reasonably good leader.
This person is a military leader from Athens that heads fleets and is known for disagreements with their mentor, Socrates.
The author of the book led a group of 10,000 men as part of the Athenian military, and ended up fighting for the Spartans, causing questions about loyalty to emerge.
This person works for the publisher, Penguin Classics, and is listed as the advisory editor of this particular work.
This is one of the military leaders that was able to lead naval fleets rather than only infantry or cavalry, and is referred to many times early on in the book, particularly with problems involving authority.
This person is arrested in Athens after objecting to charges of treachery.
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