Ukazał się kolejny, 2/2011, numer czasopisma Anabasis. Studia Classica et Orientalia (Rzeszów 2011, ss. 328).

Anabasis. Studia Classica et Orientalia 2/2011
Anabasis. Studia Classica et Orientalia 2/2011

Spis treści:

  • Malcolm Davies, Sabine Müller – Deioces the Mede – Rhetoric and Reality in Herodotus 1.99
  • Ryszard Kulesza – Marathon and Thermopylae in the mémoire collective
  • Sabine Müller – Onesikritos und das Achaimenidenreich
  • Marek Jan Olbrycht – First Iranian military units in the army of Alexander the Great
  • Franca Landucci Gattinoni – Diodorus 18. 39.1–7 and Antipatros’s Settlement at Triparadeisos
  • Jeffrey D. Lerner – A Reappraisal of the Economic Inscriptions and Coin Finds from Aï Khanoum
  • Eduard V. Rtveladze – Parthians in the Oxus Valley. Struggle for the Great Indian Road
  • Michał Marciak – Seleucid-Parthian Adiabene in the Light of Ancient Geographical and Ethnographical Texts
  • Leonardo Gregoratti – A Parthian port on the Persian Gulf: Characene and its trade
  • Martin Schottky – Sanatruk von Armenien
  • Tomasz Polański – A Collection of Orientalist Paintings in the Imperial Private Gallery in Naples
  • Massimiliano Vitiello – The “Light, Lamps, and Eyes” of the Persian Empire and the Gothic Kingdom in Justinian’s Time: A Note on Peter the Patrician and Cassiodorus


  • Martin Schottky – Nicholas Sekunda (ed.), ERGASTERIA: Works Presented to John Ellis Jones on his 80th Birthday, Gdańsk 2010
  • Michał Marciak – Ursula Hackl, Bruno Jacobs, Dieter Weber (Hrsg.), Quellen zur Geschichte des Partherreiches. Textsammlung mit Übersetzungen und Kommentaren, Göttingen 2010
  • Michał Marciak – Steve Mason, Josephus, Judea, and Christian Origins: Methods and Categories, Peabody, MA 2009
  • Sławomir Jędraszek – Sabine Müller, Das hellenistische Königspaar in der medialen Repräsentation: Ptolemaios II. und Arsinoe II, Berlin/New York 2009

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