See Xenophon, Anabasis, l. vii.
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Xenophon, Anabasis, l. iii.
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The ANABASIS is the work on which his fame as an historian chiefly rests.
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The story of their march across the desert is a modern Anabasis.
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In 1869 he learned Greek, and was proud of being able to read the "Anabasis" in a few months.
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At Harvard, he had read the Anabasis on compulsion, but now he read it with zest.
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An unbroken stream of profanity floated back to mark his anabasis.
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Anabasis, Xenophon, iii, 119.
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Mr. Fluxion had never written a Greek Grammar, compiled a Greek Reader, and edited the Anabasis.
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The Anabasis of Xenophon.
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And yet, though most know of his Anabasis, how few have really grasped the picturesque points of his grand sweep on India.
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Mentioned by Xenophon in the 'Anabasis.
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