anabasis


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anabasis

A near-extinct term for the initial period of a morbid (disease) process.
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Unlike his first one, Ransom's second anabasis is more of a trip up the ladder of knowledge than a literal trip upwards.
Thucydides in his so-called History, Xenophon in the Anabasis and Cyropaedia, and others of the ancient writers discuss thematically the various types of would-be greatness, Greek and non-Greek.
(8) Bleibender Erfolg sollte seiner "Anabasis" zuteil werden, die dank ihres unkomplizierten Griechisch zu der klassischen Lekture auf den altsprachlichen Gymnasien wurde.
"Journey to the Interior: The Influence of Xenophon's Anabasis on Thomas Wolfe's O Lost." Thomas Wolfe Review 31.1-2 (2007): 5-10.
This cosmic voyage is mirrored in the Classical katabasis and anabasis of the Logos.
In sections on beginnings, responses, transformations, and receptions, they consider such topics as the invention of the "barbarian" in late sixth-century BC Ionia, visual mediation and Greek identity in Xenophon's Anabasis, ethnography and the gods in Tacitus' Germania, exploring the ethnographic digression in Plutarch's Lives, ethnography and identity on India's northwestern frontier, and the scope of ancient ethnography.
Greek--Xenophon's Anabasis, begun; Prose Composition; Myers' Greek History.