By A. B. Bosworth, E. J. Baynham
Вокруг имени Александра Македонского сложилось множество легенд. Эта работа представляет собой подборку исследований крупных западных историков, в которых производится попытка отделить правду от вымысла.
Read Online or Download Alexander The Great In Fact And Fiction PDF
Best ancient & classical books
Reconstructing culture explores the devotional Hindu Krishnaite revival of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and its endurance into glossy instances via an exam of 1 of its imperative figures, Advaita Acarya. He was once the topic of numerous texts, and Manring considers them all by way of altering old, social, and sectarian contexts.
Livy (Titus Livius), the nice Roman historian, used to be born at or close to Patavium (Padua) in sixty four or fifty nine BCE; he can have lived more often than not in Rome yet died at Patavium, in 12 or 17 CE. Livy's purely extant paintings is a part of his background of Rome from the basis of the town to nine BCE. Of its 142 books, now we have simply 35, and brief summaries of the entire leisure other than .
Los angeles finest variation du dinner party que Leon Robin a donnee dans l. a. assortment des Universites de France date de 1929. Or il suffit lire les chroniques bibliographiques de H. Chemiss puis de L. Brisson dans los angeles revue Lustrum pour comprendre que l'abondance des ouvrages recents consacres au texte et a l'oeuvre de Platon pouvait faire souhaiter une nouvelle version.
Extra info for Alexander The Great In Fact And Fiction
6. 26. 4–5 (embellished with echoes of the journey through the Sahara to Siwah; cf. Arr. 3. 3. 4). 36 Arr. Ind. 23. 6 (Oreitis). Ind. 26 describes the transit of the coast south of Alexander’s route through the Makran, and it is clear that the fleet had to dig its own wells and subsist on dates and meat supplied by natives. By that stage most of the supply of grain had been exhausted (Ind. 26. 9). The only depot of provisions which Alexander supplied is recorded west of Persis on the Persian Gulf (Ind.
76 For a typical instance see Bosworth 1996a: 159–60. The legalities observed by the Spaniards could verge on the bizarre, as with the famous ‘Requirement’, which was supposed to be read to Indians before any combat and presented the Spanish claims to empire (Gibson 1968: 58–60; Thomas 1993: 71–5). 77 Leon-Portilla 1962: 64. On the Indian tradition see Thomas 1993: 283. There is an interesting essay (Hornung 1966: 30–47) which argues that the Mexican chronicles described the events of the conquest as a playing out of myth, almost in terms of ritual performance.
2). 34 Arr. 6. 25. 1–2: Arrian adds that Alexander pretended ignorance, as he was unable to stop what was happening and unwilling to give it his licence. 35 Strabo 15. 2. 6 (722); Arr. 6. 26. 4–5 (embellished with echoes of the journey through the Sahara to Siwah; cf. Arr. 3. 3. 4). 36 Arr. Ind. 23. 6 (Oreitis). Ind. 26 describes the transit of the coast south of Alexander’s route through the Makran, and it is clear that the fleet had to dig its own wells and subsist on dates and meat supplied by natives.
Alexander The Great In Fact And Fiction by A. B. Bosworth, E. J. Baynham