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To give an example: Alexander the Great is said to have used the Anabasis as a field guide on his first expedition to Persia.
Mark set about creating a dynamic, racy brand derived from the Greek word anabasis meaning large-scale military advance.
Anabasis (Greek for "Uphill") is the most famous work of the Greek professional soldier and writer Xenophon who accompanied the Ten Thousand, a large army of Greek mercenaries hired by Cyrus the Younger, who intended to seize the throne of Persia from his brother, Artaxerxes II.
SG 'Cyrus put to death Megaphernes on the charge that he was plotting against him' (Xenophon, Anabasis, 1.
By the age of eight I was pouring over comic books; Mill was focused on Xenophon's Anabasis and Herodotus (I still don't know who half those geezers are.
I've got a number of things in the pipeline including Eagles Nest ( my "Die Hard meets Gosford Park" action thriller ( and The Ninth Legion ( a kind of re-working of Xenophon's Anabasis with Roman soldiers in Scotland, but it's impossible to say what's going to be next because things change so much all the time --
Persia's classic Book of Kings, Shahnameh, is a national epic par excellence, an Iliad, Anabasis, Aeneid, and Paradise Lost all rolled into one.
Thus, "Domingo de Resurreccion," one of the first of the Spring poems, is a coming to terms with his father's passing and Perez Firmat's own anabasis.
The vanguard positions included the Milan group DEMAU (Anti-Authoritarian Demystification) following the writings of Herbert Marcuse; the Milan group Anabasi (Anabasis) and the already mentioned Rivolta Femminile, founded by radical art historian Carla Lonzi (di Clementi, 2002).
persicum), a number of grasses (especially Anabasis ramosissima and Ceratocarpus turkestanicus), and sandy sedge (Carex physodes).
Over two centuries ago, the Greek military historian Xenophon wrote the first systematic book on leadership, Anabasis, or March Up Country.
The book's title recalls the Anabasis and compares the Marines who fought in Iraq in 2003 with those "tough characters bound by an unflinching warrior code" in 400 BC.