Anabasis: A Journey to the Interior: A Novel by Ellen.

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The Anabasis ( also called The Anabasis of Cyrus , The March Up Country , The March of the Ten Thousand , and The Persian Expedition ) is a work by the ancient Greek writer Xenophon . It details the journey of 10,000 Greek mercenaries in the army of Cyrus the Younger as he seeks to overthrow his older brother, the King of Persia Artaxerxes II. They fight Artaxerxes' army at Cunaxa, defeating it, and all seems well...

Until they realize that Cyrus had been killed in battle , leaving the Ten Thousand deep in the Persian Empire--whose king they had just fought to overthrow--with few or no friends and a long way to go before they could find anything even remotely resembling safety.

There begins the real story, as the Ten Thousand battle the elements, Persian treachery, and their own fears--encountering some interesting people along the way--as they try to make their way back to Greece.

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The Anabasis ( also called The Anabasis of Cyrus , The March Up Country , The March of the Ten Thousand , and The Persian Expedition ) is a work by the ancient Greek writer Xenophon . It details the journey of 10,000 Greek mercenaries in the army of Cyrus the Younger as he seeks to overthrow his older brother, the King of Persia Artaxerxes II. They fight Artaxerxes' army at Cunaxa, defeating it, and all seems well...

Until they realize that Cyrus had been killed in battle , leaving the Ten Thousand deep in the Persian Empire--whose king they had just fought to overthrow--with few or no friends and a long way to go before they could find anything even remotely resembling safety.

There begins the real story, as the Ten Thousand battle the elements, Persian treachery, and their own fears--encountering some interesting people along the way--as they try to make their way back to Greece.

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The Anabasis ( also called The Anabasis of Cyrus , The March Up Country , The March of the Ten Thousand , and The Persian Expedition ) is a work by the ancient Greek writer Xenophon . It details the journey of 10,000 Greek mercenaries in the army of Cyrus the Younger as he seeks to overthrow his older brother, the King of Persia Artaxerxes II. They fight Artaxerxes' army at Cunaxa, defeating it, and all seems well...

Until they realize that Cyrus had been killed in battle , leaving the Ten Thousand deep in the Persian Empire--whose king they had just fought to overthrow--with few or no friends and a long way to go before they could find anything even remotely resembling safety.

There begins the real story, as the Ten Thousand battle the elements, Persian treachery, and their own fears--encountering some interesting people along the way--as they try to make their way back to Greece.

Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.

The Anabasis ( also called The Anabasis of Cyrus , The March Up Country , The March of the Ten Thousand , and The Persian Expedition ) is a work by the ancient Greek writer Xenophon . It details the journey of 10,000 Greek mercenaries in the army of Cyrus the Younger as he seeks to overthrow his older brother, the King of Persia Artaxerxes II. They fight Artaxerxes' army at Cunaxa, defeating it, and all seems well...

Until they realize that Cyrus had been killed in battle , leaving the Ten Thousand deep in the Persian Empire--whose king they had just fought to overthrow--with few or no friends and a long way to go before they could find anything even remotely resembling safety.

There begins the real story, as the Ten Thousand battle the elements, Persian treachery, and their own fears--encountering some interesting people along the way--as they try to make their way back to Greece.


Anabasis: A Journey to the Interior: Ellen Gilchrist.

Posted by 2018  •  article

 
 

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