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They needed heavier allies, and there was no alternative but to weaken the
seacampaign in the Aegean by summoning most of the hired Greeks from the
fleet. On his deathbed, Memnon had appointed his Persian nephew and his
deputy as ...
marriage among his commanders, but they mattered for the moment as a pull on
their husband's loyalties, not least on Memnon's nephew and Artabazus's son,
brother of Barsine, who were sharing the command of Persia's Aegean fleet.
From the Aegean, so early in the season, one of his admirals sailed in to deliver
prisoners and report on his campaign; now that the Cypriot, Rhodian and
Phoenician fleets had changed sides, the news could only be welcome. The
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LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - David.Alfred.Sarkies - LibraryThing
My sister bought me this book for Christmas once since she discovered that I liked the Ancient Greek world, though I must admit that this period is a little later than what I generally am interested ... Consulter l'avis complet
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I knew something about Alexander the Great before reading this book but it's still full of surprises. Firstly has to be Robin Lane Fox's mass of knowledge (and informed speculation) about such distant ... Consulter l'avis complet