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Hipparchicus (Ἱππαρχικός, Hipparchikós) is one of the two treatises on horsemanship by the Athenian historian and soldier Xenophon (circa 430–354 BC). Other common titles for this work include The cavalry commander and The cavalry general. The other work by Xenophon on horsemanship is Περὶ ἱππικῆς, Perì hippikēs, usually translated as On horsemanship, De equis alendis or The Art of Horsemanship. The title De re equestri may refer to either one of the two works.Hipparchicus deals mainly with the duties of the cavalry commander (hipparchus), while On horsemanship deals with the selection, care and training of horses in general.

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  • L'Hipparque ou Le Commandant de cavalerie est un traité de Xénophon, destiné à un jeune officier devant prendre le commandement d'un corps de cavalerie athénienne, l'hipparchie.
  • Ipparchico (in greco antico: Ἱππαρχικός, Hipparchikós), o Ipparco, è uno dei due trattati di equitazione dello storico ateniese Senofonte. In italiano è stato tradotto anche col titolo esplicativo Il manuale del comandante della cavalleria. L'altra opera di Senofonte in materia è il Περὶ ἱππικῆς (Peri hippikēs), di solito tradotto Sull'equitazione. L'Ipparchico si occupa prevalentemente delle funzioni del comandante di cavalleria (Ipparco), mentre Sull'equitazione tratta della cura, della selezione e dell'addestramento dei cavalli in generale.
  • Гиппарх или О начальнике конницы (др.-греч. — Ἱππαρχικός, лат. — Hipparchicus) — трактат древнегреческого историка и политического деятеля Ксенофонта. Сочинение, по сути, является наставлением гиппарху, то есть главному командиру афинской кавалерии, о средствах к улучшению конницы.
  • Hipparchicus (Ἱππαρχικός, Hipparchikós) is one of the two treatises on horsemanship by the Athenian historian and soldier Xenophon (circa 430–354 BC). Other common titles for this work include The cavalry commander and The cavalry general. The other work by Xenophon on horsemanship is Περὶ ἱππικῆς, Perì hippikēs, usually translated as On horsemanship, De equis alendis or The Art of Horsemanship. The title De re equestri may refer to either one of the two works.Hipparchicus deals mainly with the duties of the cavalry commander (hipparchus), while On horsemanship deals with the selection, care and training of horses in general.
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  • L'Hipparque ou Le Commandant de cavalerie est un traité de Xénophon, destiné à un jeune officier devant prendre le commandement d'un corps de cavalerie athénienne, l'hipparchie.
  • Ipparchico (in greco antico: Ἱππαρχικός, Hipparchikós), o Ipparco, è uno dei due trattati di equitazione dello storico ateniese Senofonte. In italiano è stato tradotto anche col titolo esplicativo Il manuale del comandante della cavalleria. L'altra opera di Senofonte in materia è il Περὶ ἱππικῆς (Peri hippikēs), di solito tradotto Sull'equitazione. L'Ipparchico si occupa prevalentemente delle funzioni del comandante di cavalleria (Ipparco), mentre Sull'equitazione tratta della cura, della selezione e dell'addestramento dei cavalli in generale.
  • Гиппарх или О начальнике конницы (др.-греч. — Ἱππαρχικός, лат. — Hipparchicus) — трактат древнегреческого историка и политического деятеля Ксенофонта. Сочинение, по сути, является наставлением гиппарху, то есть главному командиру афинской кавалерии, о средствах к улучшению конницы.
  • Hipparchicus (Ἱππαρχικός, Hipparchikós) is one of the two treatises on horsemanship by the Athenian historian and soldier Xenophon (circa 430–354 BC). Other common titles for this work include The cavalry commander and The cavalry general. The other work by Xenophon on horsemanship is Περὶ ἱππικῆς, Perì hippikēs, usually translated as On horsemanship, De equis alendis or The Art of Horsemanship. The title De re equestri may refer to either one of the two works.Hipparchicus deals mainly with the duties of the cavalry commander (hipparchus), while On horsemanship deals with the selection, care and training of horses in general.
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