Two months later, Theodora was reading the anabasis, while Hubert was still toiling over the intricacies of the irregular verb.
At Scillus he wrote probably his “anabasis” and some other of his books.
The Cyropædia and anabasis of Xenophon are nothing but historical romances.
The account of the "Retreat" is given in Xenophon's anabasis.
Xenophon's own strategy in the anabasis is probably the prototype.
These were the gorges that drove Xenophon to take to the mountains in the anabasis.
Our knowledge of his personal history begins with what he himself recounts in the anabasis.
Of all his writings, his anabasis has been pronounced the most remarkable.
In what does the main interest of the anabasis as a narrative lie?
When we started off on the advance I was reading Xenophon's anabasis.
1706, from Greek, "military expedition," literally "a going up (from the coast)," especially in reference to the advance of Cyrus the Younger from near the Aegean coast into Asia, and the subsequent story of the retreat of the 10,000 narrated by Xenophon (401 B.C.E.), from anabainein "to go up, mount;" from ana "up" (see ana-) + bainein "to go" (see come).