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- Arrian of Nicomedia (c. 86/89 – c. after 146/160 AD; /ˈæriən/; Greek: Ἀρριανός Arrianos, Latin: Lucius Flavius Arrianus, was a Greek historian, public...
- Indica (Greek: Ἰνδική Indike) is the name of a short military history about interior Asia, particularly Indian subcontinent, written by Arrian in 2nd-century...
- Ancient historians provide different accounts of his negotiations with Alexander, which can be separated into three negotiation attempts. Justin, Arrian and...
- sources. Anabasis Alexandri (The Campaigns of Alexander in Greek) by the Greek historian Arrian of Nicomedia, writing in the 2nd century AD, and based largely...
- warfare'." p. xl, Historical Dictionary of Ancient Greek Warfare, J, Woronoff & I. Spence Arrian Anabasis of Alexander, V.29.2 "Porus", Encyclopædia...
- work's seven-book structure reflect Arrian's emulation (in structure, style, and content) of the Greek historian Xenophon, whose own Anabasis in seven...
- filled with it, this we have read in the Memoirs of Aristoxenus. Greek historian Arrian (Lucius Flavius Arrianus 'Xenophon' c. 86–160) described Alexander...
- (And thus well suited for Ariobarzanes's purposes.) According to historian Arrian, Ariobarzanes had a force of 40,000 infantry and 700 cavalry who faced...
- with a strong contingent, consisting, according to the 2nd century Greek historian Arrian, of 6,000 on foot and 5,000 on horseback, though it is probable...
- and committed suicide in nearby Libyssa (Diliskelesi, Gebze). The historian Arrian was born there. Nicomedia was the metropolis of Bithynia under...

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Our enemies are Medes and Persians, men who for centuries have lived soft and luxurious lives; we of Macedon for generations past have been trained in the hard school of danger and war. Above all, we are free men, and they are slaves

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 They must therefore not spoil Alexander
They, astounded at the flash of the armor, and the swiftness of the charge, and attacked by showers of arrows and missiles, half naked as they were, never stopped to resist but gave way

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