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Anaxibios and Xenophon’s Anabasis
http://ivory.trentu.ca/www/cl/ahb/ahb2/ahb-2-4b.html
"This paper is an attempt to reappraise the actions of Anaxibios, described by Xenophon as an opportunistic office-holder, who behaved at times as a Persian agent and at times as a would-be renegade."
Contains: Character Analysis
Author: Joseph Roisman
From: The Ancient History Bulletin 2.4 (1988) 80-87
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Two notes on Xenophon, Anabasis
http://ivory.trentu.ca/www/cl/ahb/ahb8/ahb-8-1a.html
Ehrhardt asks "Who Won the Battle of Cunaxa?" and discusses 'Retreat in Xenophon and in Thucydides."
Contains: Historical Context
Author: C. T. H. R. Ehrhardt
From: The Ancient History Bulletin 8.1 (1994) 1-4
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