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anabasis

A near-extinct term for the initial period of a morbid (disease) process.

anabasis

the stage of increase in a disease.
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Esto se distingue detalladamente en la narracion de los ultimos dias de la vida de Alejandro, relatado en VII, 24 de la Anabasis.
Greek--Xenophon's Anabasis, continued; Prose Composition.
Baudelaire describes "The Ugly One" as the fictive sequel of "The Anabasis.
In The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi, and 27 Years Without Images, 2011, a masterful sixty-six-minute collage of video, Super 8, and archival film fragments, Baudelaire twins Godard and Mieville's film with Red Army/PFLP: Declaration of World War, which Wakamatsu and Adachi made together in Lebanon in 1971.
En la seccion de Literatura Clasica, Roberto Morales Harley con su articulo "Retorica y argumentacion en el discurso militar: Jenofonte, Anabasis 3.
The story is set at the height of the Persian Empire, and the Persians who populate it have a secure basis in Achaemenid history: King Artaxerxes II (405-359 BCE) is the ruler who figures in Xenophon's Anabasis, whose brother, Cyrus the Younger, rebelled against him and lost his life at the Battle of Cunaxa in 401 BCE; he was the ruler whose health was cared for by Ctesias of Cindus, who worked as a royal physician at the Persian court.
Adam's biographical essay, which he titled "My Secret Choice: By Way of a Familiar Preface," comprising the opening chapter of his Introduction to Joseph Conrad: Comparative Essays (1994), is a personal record tracing a triple anabasis more harrowing than Conrad's own celebrated three lives as Pole, British sailor, and author.
In Greek, go first thro' the Cyropaedia, and then read Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon's Hellenus and Anabasis .
She also read from dozens of books about the Civil War and wars throughout history, especially those of classical antiquity--Plutarch's Lives, Xenophon's Anabasis, stories about Alexander the Great.
On second thoughts, the Romans never had a word for it; Wikipedia does, even though Julius Caesar and Xenophon use this device in their Commentarii de Bello Gallico and Anabasis respectively to convey impartiality to the account.
Jenofonte es un esplendido cronista, en sus Anabasis incluye las primeras y mas emocionantes cronicas de batalla, igual que Julio Cesar en su libro Guerra de las Galias, que era multicopiada y entregada por capitulos a la sociedad romana para que esta halagara su sagacidad.
define como las contradicciones de los vicios capitales "Una pasion puede convertirse en virtud o en vicio, dependiendo de si se integra en la anabasis o en la katabasis" (2011: 84) (4) ya senalados por Himmelfarb (1995).