from their land by Xerxes long ago. In one story, AG orders the shrine of Asclepius in Ecbatana to be razed--reckless and profane behavior Crossing the Hydaspes. There is also a Greek Alexander Romance fr. Xenophon was born at Athens about B.C. ", Page mcgoodwin.net/pages/otherbooks/lfa_anabasis.html Anabasis of Alexander VI. The agreement between Ptolemy and Aristobulus on certain points is underlined by Arrian, e.g., Alexander’s generous treatment of the mother, wife, and children of Darius III, taken prisoner at the battle of Issus in October, 333 (Anabasis 2.12.3-6). 95-175 BCE) is the best extant account of Alexander the Great's adult life. There are stories that he was poisoned, perhaps by Antipater. The Spartans rise up against Macedonia... AG marches to Phoenicia. Alexander leads his army into Asia and visits Troy.Intro.1.1a For more detail on Arrian's background, see Appendix R, Arrian's Life and Works. His early career is unknown. p. vii, note 1. The pages are stoned to death, and Callisthenes soon dies in chains. seems much more likely to accept as reliable charges of corruption against his leaders, and more ready to inflict severe punishments for Marches to Persepolis, burns palace (did he do this in a drunken rage or in deliberate retribution?). He intended this work to be his masterpiece, believing Alexander to be a splendid subject Crosses Hellespont into Asia 334 BCE, sacrifices at Troy. and on to Scythian territory or to Sicily and Italy and/or maybe into the Black Sea. Systematics. AG continues his march to Babylon. 1 See Introd. AG involved in actual fighting. is disturbed to find the tomb at Pasargadae of Cyrus son of Cambyses plundered, and orders it to be put back in order. Arrian's full name is Lucius Flavius Arrianus, aka Xenophon, and he comes from a wealthy Greek family. Author digresses to provide a moral view condemning the excessive severity of this punishment, and criticizes AG for adopting eastern extravagance in dress, etc. Each chapter is rounded off with a solid conclusion and summary of arguments. AG arrives in Persia, punishes Baryaxes for proclaiming himself king, etc... AG are reconciled, and a reconciliation banquet is held. He was Plans to cross the Hyphasis R. Parmenion was a nobleman and father of Philotas. Bessus asserts he is the new Persian king. another Alexandria (near Kabul). Indica, a description of India and of Nearchus's voyage therefrom, was to be a supplement. Initially he complies but later changes his mind. Excerpts from “The Anabasis of Alexander,” A.D. 171 [Alexander] was … very [famous] for rousing the courage of his soldiers, filling them with hopes of success and dispelling their fear in the midst of danger by his own freedom from fear … For I myself believe that there was at that time no race of mankind, no city, no individual [to Thomas R. Martin, An Overview of Classical Greek History from Mycenae to Alexander, The Aftermath of the Peloponnesian War Plutarch, Artaxerxes , Plut. He was a Roman citizen by virtue of his father's citizenship, and a pupil of the stoic philosopher Epictetus--a man who advocated high moral standards. inspire them up, promising to conquer all of Asia. Envoys from the European Scythians arrive again and offer AG a wife, the daughter of the king (which he declines). AG marches through the territory of and fights the Mallians, passing through desert (Sandar-Bar desert). Author believes he would have never been contented to stay put in one place even Writing in the 2nd Century, nearly 400 years after the death of Alexander, Arrian had access to many important works which are now lost. horse...  His men blame him for taking unnecessary risks, but the author suggests that when he got fighting mad he did not stop to think of his own safety. Arrian on the mutiny at the Hyphasis. The Anabasis (which survives complete in seven books) is a history of the campaigns of Alexander the Great, specifically his conquest of … He destroys Persian fortifications along the way. The author describes this story as "evidence of the unconquerable resolution of the human spirit in carrying a chosen course of action through to the end." 1.1.6.. 3 Peltasts differed from ordinary light-armed troops (cp. Roxane already. Achilles (with whom AG identified) and Patroclus. a raid on Sogdiana... Massagetae kill Spitamenes and send his head to AG. Author plans to write a history specifically of India Traditionally Anabasis is one of the first unabridged texts studied by students of classical Greek because of its clear and unadorned style; similar to Caesar's Commentarii de Bello Gallicofor Latin students. Anabasis (/ ə ˈ n æ b ə s ɪ s /; Greek: Ἀνάβασις, Greek pronunciation: (literally an "expedition up from")) is the most famous work, published in seven books, of the Greek professional soldier and writer Xenophon.The text was composed around the year 370 BC, and in translations, Anabasis is rendered The March of the Ten Thousand or The March Up Country. is struck a violent blow to the head and neck by a stone. His men relent and repent, again complaining that AG has made Persians into their kinsmen. In 327, AG begins march toward India, crossing the Indian Caucasus (Hindu Kush). [or cut off, presumably to facilitate archery] and bared in battle. I count roughly 31 significant battles, … AG is In a few days, he is unable to speak. Gathering nard, myrrh. 2 … Indica, a description of India and of Nearchus's voyage therefrom, was to be a supplement. Gedrosia (modern SE Iran and Pakistan) is mostly desolate and uninhabited--AG wants to outdo Semiramis and Cyrus both of whom had attempted to cross this region with armies. The king used to give them a sheep a day, a fixed amount of meal and wine, and a horse each month to sacrifice to Cyrus. He sends ships to reconnoiter the Arabian coast, one of which rounds a part of the Arabian peninsula, and another of which discovers the great headland Ras Mussandam (Maketa, modern UAE and Oman, across the straight of Hormuz connecting the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman). Plot by Philotas against AG life--Philotas is executed, along with his prestigious father Parmenio. even minor offences. The translation was made by M.M. who said "every man can possess only so much of the earth's surface as this we are standing on", and also the tale of Diogenes the Cynic Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. $2.47 . The Anabasis of Alexander is perhaps his best-known work, and is generally considered one of the best sources on the campaigns of Alexander the Great. A sacred delegation from Greece recognizes his deity. Your IP: 164.132.52.79 Reaches Tigris R, crosses it. The author concludes with frank adulation: AG was "the great King with his unparalleled worldly success, the undisputed monarch of two continents..." "Never in all the world was there another like him, and therefore I cannot but feel that some power more than human was concerned in his birth..." "I am not ashamed to express ungrudging admiration. Monsoon blows some of the ships apart. He has said Other Greek states affirm allegiance. (Zariaspa), the capital of Bactria. The remaining Mallians surrender, as do the Oxydracae. $2.99 . Created by Michael C. McGoodwin The author also finds ample excuses for his faults--his arrogance, for example, is excused because of his youth, he was surrounded by courtiers, etc. - p. 389), of which Arrian's account of the life of him is the best extant,in that it is the most complete and reliable (E. Borza). Takes Sardis (in Lydia), siege and capture of Miletus, siege of Halicarnassus, Caria, Lycia, Phrygia, AG in Babylon is met by Greek envoys, who receive from him Greek images and statues etc. the Indus River to the Persian Gulf, published 310, non-extant), Cleitarchus (non-extant, of Alexander to find out what sources were used by the later writers who offer continuous narratives of the expedition - Arrian, Plutarch, Diodorus, Quintus Curtius, and Justin. AG is driven by "pothos", Selected notes and impressions (extracted from the book commentary and from Alan Rawn lectures and notes):  This is the most northeasterly point he Flash flood. BOOK I. The parents were far from a happy couple, and Alexander was raised primarily under the influence of his mother. A summary of Part X (Section6) in 's Alexander the Great. He promises Cleomenes AG continues to Mardia, Aria. 7 For the reason for his banishment see Xen. He orders Hephaestion to move down with troops to the Persian Gulf. who all acknowledge his sovereignty over all of Asia. Elephants. both of whom were commanders who accompanied Alexander. Soon, he gets off his stretcher and mounts a a pardon from his former crimes if he discharges this duty properly. Founds Alexandria (the first of many cities It is the wrong time of year for Nearchus to launch the ocean voyage a sword thrust in the thigh. He drank only because he enjoyed the companionship of his friends, etc. The text is known from a summary by the Byzantine patriarch Photius (c.815-897), and breaks off rather … AG wants to conquer India to be ruler of all Asia (apparently he is unaware of China, etc.) AG reaches References are to book and chapter. Acesines river . AG indulges in a drunken carouse with Medius. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Marches to Ecbatana (modern Hamadan) in Media (modern NW Iran), continues through Caspian Gates (40 miles E of modern Tehran) into Parthia (modern NE Iran, Khurasan). a Greek word representing irresistible longing, yearning, or compulsion. This is one of the most authentic and accurate of historical works. as long ago as Cambyses, son of Cyrus, an office transmitted from father to son. AG campaigns in Phoenicia. The translation was made by M.M. Xenophon was born at Athens about B.C. Enemy Greek envoys are captured. Titled Anabasis, presumably in order to recall Xenophon ’s work of that title, it describes Alexander’s military exploits in seven books; an eighth, the Indica, tells of Indian customs and the voyage of Nearchus in the Persian Gulf, with borrowings from Megasthenes and Eratosthenes. I count roughly 31 significant battles, 25 city sieges, and 21 skirmishes or minor battles. standards. Cloudflare Ray ID: 6140c3403bac0610 Craterus rejoins AG with his troops in Carmania. Reconnaissance trips down the branches of the Indus delta. who is said to have requested "if you and your friends would move to one side, and not keep the sun off me." living along the coast. Arrian Campaigns of Alexander (Anabasis) Summary Arrian's history of Alexander the Great is our most complete and reliable account of the world's greatest conqueror. This book is one of two volumes written by Arrian on Alexander the Great. AG has pothos to visit the shrine of Ammon (Zeus to the Greeks) in Libyan desert at the oasis of Siwah 400 miles west of Thebes. (or Maeotis, along north Black Sea) and which is considered by some ancients to be the boundary between Asia and Europe and called by Herodotus the Don Darius is arrested by Nabarzenes, Bessus and Barsaentes. In Susa, AG has Abulites arrested and executed for abusing his office--he It is 323 BCE. The events described in the Anabasis were both an outgrowth of the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta, and a precursor, as it were, of the much later Anabasis of Alexander (the Great) as described by the writer Arian. Campaign in Thrace against Triballians and Illyrians. Parmenion (also Parmenio) (in Greek, Παρμενίων, c. 400 Ecbatana, 330 BC) was a Macedonian general in the service of Philip II of Macedon and Alexander the Great, murdered on a suspected false charge of treason. Some of the notes derive from various web sources. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Alexander the Great and what it means. AG reaches the Hydraotes R.  River. $44.09 . Attack on Gaza, AG wounded by missile in shoulder. fray within the fortress, is wounded by an arrow entering his breast, and nearly passes out from loss of blood as Peucestas and maybe Leonnatus or Abreas shield him from attack. The title, the Anabasis, is uncertain, as scholars point out. Indica, a description of India and of Nearchus's voyage therefrom, was to be a supplement. The Persian Empire in 490 BCE, showing the route described in Xenophon’s Anabasis Darius is near, with army reinforced by Sogdians, Bactrians, and Indians. Gaza falls 332. Peucestas is made governor of Persia and exhibits growing orientalism. Callisthenes gives a speech contrasting honoring the gods Scythian sends Anabasis Aleksander atau Pergerakan Aleksander (bahasa Yunani: Ἀλεξάνδρου Ἀνάβασις, Alexándrou Anábasis; bahasa Latin: Anabasis Alexandri) adalah sebuah karya tulis sejarah yang disusun oleh Arianos dari Nikomedia pada abad ke-2 M, kemungkinan besar pada masa pemerintahan Kaisar Hadrianus. When he arrived at Opis, he collected the Macedonians and announced that he intended to discharge from the army those who were useless for military service either from age or from being maimed in the limbs; and he said he would send them back to their own abodes. AG divides his Companions into two divisions led by Hephaestion son of Amyntor and Cleitus son of Dropidas, also promotes Ptolemy son of Lagus. She dies in childbirth after 12 months in captivity]. He performs a mass wedding. and could continue only as an invalid. He creates more resentment in his men at Opis when he Arrian's Anabasis of Alexander in seven books is the best account we have of Alexander's adult life. So many books have been written about this fascinating and charigmatic young man.Although most of the documents from Alexander's lifetime have vanished,this one is the closest that we can get to him. More by Arrian Skip this list. AG orders that men with half-breed children leave these behind to avoid trouble at home--he promises to bring them home later. He was an Athenian gentleman who in his early-manhood was an intimate member of the Socratic circle. allegedly had become corrupted like many other of AG's appointees during his long absence in the east. A Plutarchan Parallel to Arrian Anabasis 7.1 Bradley Buszard When Arrian tries to sum up Alexander’s character at the end of his Anabasis, he falls back on the pattern which Xenophon had used in describing Cyrus; he does not attempt to compare one source with another or one verdict with another, but simply offers his own opinions, not borrowed from anyone else. Arrian (Anabasis, 3.3.2) tells us that Alexander “sought to rival Perseus and Heracles” in his exploits. Cleitus in a state of drunkenness belittled and criticized AG, and At Persepolis, AG has an impulse (pothos) to sail down the Euphrates and Tigris into the Persian Gulf. Bessus now calls himself Artaxerxes and has fled to Bactria (between Hindu Kush and Oxus River). he rejects the advice of Parmenio. He is visited by Oxyartes the Bactrian, father of his wife Roxane. Tanais/Jaxartes river. someday in Babylon (though he of course will have already died on the funeral pyre). It was written during the resurgence of Greek literature that began in the era of the accession in 117 CE of the philhellenic emperor Hadrian--the era also included the writers Appian, Pausanias, Galen, & Lucian. Their right breasts were smaller Divine guidance by snakes leading the army. The mutiny is described by the Greek author Arrian of Nicomedia in his Anabasis 5.28.1b-29.1.. Visits tomb of Sardanapalus (Sennacherib) in Anchialus in Assyria. He concludes: "None of these things, I say, can make a man happy, unless he can win one more victory...the victory over himself". If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. alone offered water at one point, which he grandly pours out to show his solidarity with his men. The Campaigns of Alexander tells the story of Alexander's campaigns first in Thrace and Greece and then in North Africa and Asia. Writing in the Roman Empire during the 2nd century AD, Arrian was a Greek historian, philosopher, and military commander. taken The "Anabasis" must be introduced by an historical note. AG replaces his exhausted horses at Marakanda (capital of Sogdiana, modern Samarcand, now in Turkistan). Battle of river Granicus against Darius III and Persians 334 BCE. This  Tanais river is not the Tanais river which flows into the Sea of Azov A description of India and of Nearchus voyage thence, was to be a supplement. an embassy...  Arrian Campaigns of Alexander (Anabasis) Summary Arrian's history of Alexander the Great is our most complete and reliable account of the world's greatest conqueror. Nabarzanes surrenders to AG. BArrian's Anabasis of Alexanderin seven books is the best account we have of Alexander's adult life. Another way to prevent getting this page in the future is to use Privacy Pass. also influenced by Xenophon's Anabasis and Theopompus (376-c. 320, wrote Philippica). AG continues into Hyrcania (modern N. Iran). to the west to the Persian Gulf. The Anabasis of Alexander Summary The Anabasis (which survives complete in seven books) is a history of the campaigns of Alexander the Great, specifically his conquest of … (perhaps intending to cement relations with the Bactrian barons). Author also deprecates AG's attempting to introduce the Median and Persian custom of prostration (proskynesis) to his Macedonians, causing great resentment in Callisthenes. Instead, this is the Orexartes or Jaxartes River (modern Syr Darya, now known to flow into the Aral Sea). AG leads an assault against Mallians (an independent Indian tribe), gets ahead of his men, holds a breach alone, is an inviting target, leaps into the AG heads for Bactra In the following summary of Arrian's descriptions of Alexander's campaigns I have listed the battles, sieges and skirmishes. Author mentions banishments and refers back to time when Philip had married the highborn Macedonian He Marching resumes, now toward Euphrates 331. Author comments that Dionysus is said to have founded the city of Nysa, but expresses his own skepticism. The and March 399 B.C. The author of the Campaigns of Alexander writes during the second century AD, about four hundred years after the fact. The Anabasis of Alexander by Arrian (ca. From Macedonia to the Tanais--13. 95-175 BCE) is the best extant account of Alexander the Great's adult life. The men decide it is time to go back. sails to the mouth of the Tigris and up it until he joins with Hephaestion. AG orders ships to be built in Hyrcania to allow exploration of the Caspian (Hyrcanian) Sea--this In the Summer of 326, Alexander's men refused to join their king in his attempt to reach the Ganges valley. Considered by many to be the most important work on Alexander the Great, Arrian's "The Anabasis of Alexander" is an accurate and thorough account of the Macedonian conqueror's military exploits. Anab. remorse for his mistakes. Envoys state that Ammon has agreed to allow sacrifices honoring Hephaestion as a hero or demigod. Plutarch's reflective passages and Alexander's personality-- Part III. Art. Tyre defeated 332 BCE. ("AG", b. c. 356) at age of c. 20 y/o. AG responds (a forgery?) AG embarks for a voyage down the Eulaeus R. to the sea, where he AG goes to Babylon, restores temple of Marduk (Bel), continues to Susa (in Persia--Susa is Biblical Shushan, near modern Dezful in SW Iran), captures many treasures. He also pays off the debts of his men and makes generous monetary awards. edition, translation by Aubrey de Sélincourt 1958. Author is skeptical that AG had a divine mission. They kiss AG and His model was Xenophon's Anabasis. Perhaps even Rome sent a Some names, e.g. AG takes offence, Anab. He wanted to write a factual account free of mythology and romance. $0.99 . title in Greek is Anabasis Alexandrou You may need to download version 2.0 now from the Chrome Web Store. The Anabasis of Alexander (Latin: Anabasis Alexandri; Greek: Ἀλεξάνδρου Ἀνάβασις, Alexándrou Anábasis), also known as the History, Campaigns, or Expeditions of Alexander (De Expeditione Alexandri, abbr. AG has been injured by Continues to Memphis. At the age of thirteen, he was sent to study with Aristotle–an education that … delegation--this is controversial. Numbers in brackets after a name refer to the numbers in Berve, Das Alexanderreich vol. AG has dysentery. The author lists AG's best features: personal beauty, endurance, intellect, bravery, strict observance of religious duties, hunger for fame, temperance [except in alcohol? The genus name Anabasis was published in 1753 by Carl von Linné in Species Plantarum. rein in what he wrote. Ocean [in fact, neither]. Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. Worships at Temple of Heracles. Arrian, Greek historian and philosopher who was one of the most distinguished authors of the 2nd-century Roman Empire. Alex. As a Roman subject, the author probably felt he did not have free attained in Asia. Tenedos has revolted against the Persians and joined with AG, along with Chios, Mitylene, and others. arrives in Gordium in Hellespontine Phrygia. For this work, Arrian. requesting he erect a shrine to Hephaestion in Egyptian Alexandria and another on the island of Pharos--both at great expense. Finds provisions in a part of Gedrosia--these are sent to the coast. The daughter of Oxyartes, Roxane, is captured and AG falls in love with her and marries her He berates him for their intent to desert their leader in enemy territory, and divides the command of the units of the army between several Persian officers. wedding many of his Companions to local Persian and Median women. Arrian also wrote a book on the Events after Alexander. His main sources were Ptolemy I son of Lagus (future king of Egypt, writings are non-extant) and Aristobulus (Greek engineer, non-extant), His soldiers wish to see him and pass by as he lies speechless. AG mistakenly thinks he has found the source of the Nile, since he has seen crocodiles on the Indus... Coenus dies. He has heard of and has designs on the wealth of Arabia, in cassia, frankincense, myrrh, cinnamon, nard, etc. Justin's brief summary is of little value to the critical historian; and Diodorus and Quintus Curtius, who frequently agree in details, who had not been adequately represented theretofore. Bacchic celebration... Hephaestion has bridged the Indus with boats, and AG crosses into India. Quotations are for the most part taken from that work, as Spitamenes is leading attack He has local given by AG to his men (in this device the author imitates Thucydides). in which he condemns the god for not healing his friend. AG may have opposed Antipater, influenced by his mother Olympia ...  His other works include "Discourses" and "Encheiridion" ("Handbook"), both about the teachings of Epictetus, "The Formation against the Alans", "Circumnavigation of the Black Sea", "Tactical Manual", "On the Chase" ("Cygneticus"), "Indica", "Events after Alexander", "Parthian History", and "History of Bithynia". Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) Xenophon. summary One of the foundational works of military history and political philosophy, and an inspiration for Alexander the Great, the Anabasis of Cyrus recounts the epic story of the Ten Thousand, a band of Greek mercenaries hired by Cyrus the Younger to overthrow his brother, Artaxerxes, king of Persia and the most powerful man on earth. The Campaigns of Alexander. It covered the years until the conference at Triparadeisos, where Alexander's empire was divided. AG continues to AG is sick in Tarsus (Cilicia). With 80 30-oar galleys and many other boats, they start down the Hydaspes November 326. but also comments on his own heroism: "There is no part of my body but my back which has not a scar..."  Alexander the Great Alexander was born in July 356 B.C. AG displays reckless courage... Winter brings snow and cold, supplies are short. a stopping-place, hence a day's journey.. 5 A Persian measure of distance, equivalent to 30 Greek stadia, or about 3.3 English miles. CE which is mostly fictional. Writing in the Roman Empire during the 2nd century AD, Arrian was a Greek Page 2/5. for the Magians who used to guard Cyrus’ tomb, from 324 b.c. Arrian Campaigns of Alexander (Anabasis) Summary Arrian's history of Alexander the Great is our most complete and reliable account of the world's greatest conqueror. Lots of fighting and bloodshed. AG is wounded by an arrow in the leg by local natives. himself marries Barsine (Stateira, Darius III's eldest daughter), despite having legions during the reign of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. The work was written in the second century AD (ref.- p.xiii), and pertains to the life of Alexander III (ref. He also affects Median clothing. AG writes Cleomenes in Egypt He was given a royal burial and his family was treated well--AG later married his daughter Barsine=Stateria. 95 175 BCE) is the best extant account of Alexander the Great s adult life. Porus is defeated, but AG restores him to sovereignty and reconciles him with Taxiles. in response AG struck him dead also probably while drunk (which the author deprecates). The Anabasis of Alexander is perha As with other authors of the Second Sophistic, Arrian wrote primarily in Attic (Indica is in Herodotus' Ionic dialect, his philosophical works in Koine Greek). Darius III retreats in fear and escapes, his wife (who is Persians win Greek islands of Chios under Memnon, Lesbos except Mitylene. Arrian. He was an Athenian gentleman who in his early-manhood was an intimate member of the Socratic circle. Revolt in Thebes--AG marches quickly there, delays before attacking, much slaughter due to the wrath of God. Scythians defeated. AG plans an invasion of Scythia, founds Alexandria-Eschate (modern Chojend). He founds yet another town of Alexandria. If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware. An officer named Coenus spoke on behalf of the soldiers. Arrian does not attempt to analyze why Alexander did what he did, nor does he provide much character study or the antecedents of the war. AG is visited by Abian [sic] Scythians and also European Scythians. He launches naval actions against the Arabs along the coast. Boats are built to go down the Hydaspes to the Indian Ocean. Perhaps not coincidentally, they are both autobiographical tales of military adventure told in the third person. Complete Works of Arrian (Delphi Classics) Arrian. Alexander has irresistible compulsion (pothos) to visit Gordium, fulfills the oracle. Defeats Uxians. 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