Agesilaus/Anabasis



Agesilaus/Anabasis Xenophon the Athenian was born 431 BCE He was a pupil of Socrates He marched with the Spartans was exiled from Athens Sparta gave him land property in Scillus, where he lived for many years before having to move once , to settle in Corinth He died in 354 The Agesilaus summarises the life of his Spartan friend king, whom he met after the events of the Anabasis The Anabasis is his story of the march to Persia to aid Cyrus, who enlisted Greek help to try take the throne from Artaxerxes, the ensuing return of the Greeks, in which Xenophon played a leading role This occurred between 401 3 399 BCE. Best Read Agesilaus/Anabasis by Xenophon For Kindle ePUB or eBook – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Nook
  • 0 pages
  • Agesilaus/Anabasis
  • Xenophon
  • English
  • 18 February 2018

10 thoughts on “Agesilaus/Anabasis

  1. Sergiy says:

    I really liked it DUH that s why I gave it 4 stars This book is a detailed first hand account of n episode in the history of the ancient world, featuring Greeks, Persians and a supporting cast of Thracians, Egyptians, Kurds, Armenians, and various Anatolian tribes The basic takeaway from this story is that this was a brutal and savage era Also people were, as they are to this day, lying self serving, hypocritical, assholes for the most part.Here we see the Greek hoplites in a different li I really liked it DUH that s why I gave it 4 stars This book is a detailed first hand account of n episode in the history of the ancient world, featuring Greeks, Persians and a supporting cast of Thracians, Egyptians, Kurds, Armenians, and various Anatolian tribes The basic takeaway from this story is that this was a brutal and savage era Also people were, as they are to this day, lying self serving, hypocritical, assholes for the most part.Here we see the Greek hoplites in a different light than modern pop culture portrays them By modern standards they are seen to be littlethan opportunistic bands of marauders out to make some money at other s expense One of their mottos literally is might makes right, and this coming from the mouth of the author who is generally regarded by history ...

  2. Maciek says:

    I got lost a few times with the amount of names of people and places, but apart from that the book is a great resource of knowledge about military traditions of ancient Greece and Persia and a great success story of loyalty, adaptability to ch...

  3. Phil says:

    In 2013, traveling overland from Southern Iran to the Black Sea would be difficult These guys did it 2,500 years ago The values of courage, adaptability, and loyalty remain useful for anyone facing challenges.

  4. Peter Korman says:

    I felt like I was reading an ancient chronicle of Rome Total War.

  5. Alexander Khodyrev says:

    Nice readable translation Good story, too, of course.

  6. Boris says:

    It is very rare to find a firsthand account from antiquity, so every phrase is a precious gem for a historian On top of that, it tells an exciting story of survival.

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