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Eumenes of Cardia

A Greek Among Macedonians (Ancient Mediterranean and Medieval Texts and Contexts, Part 1. Studies in Philo of Alexandria and Mediterranean Antiquity vol. 3

by Edward Anson

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English


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Number of Pages303
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Open LibraryOL7450484M
ISBN 100391042092
ISBN 109780391042094

Eumenes of Cardia ( BC) We know nothing of Eumenes’ early life before he became a friend of Philip II of Macedon ( BC) and then his secretary, apart from the fact that he came from Cardia, in the Thracian Chersonnese. Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anson, Edward. Eumenes of Cardia. Boston: Brill Academic Publishers,

eumenes_of_cardia 29 points 30 points 31 points 4 days ago If you are interested in learning more about French-Canadian folklore, I would direct you toward Marius Barbeau, a student of no less than Franz Boaz and who did what the Brothers Grimm did for Germanic folklore or Elias Lonrot did for Finnish/Karelian culture. Eumenes of Cardia is recorded in conjunction with an otherwise unknown Diodotus of Erythrae as the author of the Ephemerides, a journal describing Alexander the Great's daily activities.' The fragments collected by Jacoby primarily concern Alexander's activities in .

EUMENES, NEOPTOLEMUS AND PSI XII Maas, Wirth. The fifth letter is confidently read as T (Wirth ), but Arrian does not use aVT£T£{vw in the sense 'to hold out against'.I prefer Bartoletti's first thought aVTtT[agIXwTo, perhaps used with a tinge of irony: .   Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who became a major contender for power after the death of Alexander the Great and was close to securing control of the Asian remnants of Alexander’s empire. Anson’s book argues that, despite traditional telling, Eumenes’ defeat and death were not caused by the fact that he had Greek rather than.


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Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for power. Despite his having been chiefly an administrator rather than a military or political power, Eumenes came close to securing control of 5/5(1).

Eumenes was born in the Greek city of Cardia and lived during. Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for power. Despite his having been chiefly an administrator rather than a military or political power, Eumenes came close to securing control of the Asian remnants of Alexander's empire.4/5(4).

This book is based on the author’s PhD dissertation in on Eumenes of Cardia, the most original of Alexander’s Successors and the only one who was Greek, rather 5/5(2).

Eumenes of Cardia: A Greek Among Macedonians (2nd edition) updates the original work in light of a decade of scholarly activity and presents much new analysis influenced by this continuing scholarship. Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for ed on: J   Eumenes of Cardia: A Greek Among Macedonians (2nd edition) updates the original work in light of a decade of scholarly activity and presents much new analysis influenced by this continuing scholarship.

Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for : Edward Anson.

Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for power. Despite his having been chiefly an administrator rather than a military or political power, Eumenes came close to securing control of the Asian remnants of Alexander's empire.4/5(3).

Eumenes of Cardia: A Greek Among Macedonians(2nd edition) updates the original work in light of a decade of scholarly activity and presents much new analysis influenced by this continuing scholarship. Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for : Edward Anson.

The title of Edward Anson’s book, Eumenes of Cardia, though appropriate and representative, is a bit unfortunate as it does nothing to reveal the depth of subject matter and the broad scope of enquiry contained therein. The focus, of course, is early Hellenistic history and the role played by Eumenes.

Antigonus pursues Eumenes to Gabae ; Eumenes uses the cult for Alexander to gain support; Antigonus defeats Eumenes; his soldiers hand him over to Antigonus, who orders his execution; Sources.

Cornelius Nepos, Eumenes; Diodorus of Sicily, Library of World History, Book 18; Plutarch of Chaeronea, Eumenes. Eumenes of Cardia was a Greek who served both Philip II and Alexander the Great as secretary and archivist. In he became Alexander’s principal secretary and keeper of the Royal Journal. As such he was one of Alexander’s closest associates, but his main claim to.

Eumenes, of Cardia, ca. B.C.) found: Brill's new Pauly online, 20 September (Eumenes, Εὐμένης; born or BC; son of Hieronymus of Cardia, from onwards chancellor for the Macedonian king Philip II and then for Alexander III; strategos in on a mission to India; executed winter of /).

The father of Eumenes of Cardia, 2 according to Douris, 3 was forced by poverty to work as a cart-driver 4 in the Chersonese, but Eumenes himself had a liberal education in literature and athletics.

Douris also says that when Eumenes was still a boy Philip happened to be staying in the vicinity, 5 and having some free time, came to see the. Eumenes Eumenes of Cardia (/juːˈmɛniːz/; Greek: Εὐμένης; c.-Video is targeted to blind users The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes: The Mazarin Stone - Duration: Eumenes of Cardia: A Greek Among Macedonians (2nd edition) updates the original work in light of a decade of scholarly activity and presents much new analysis influenced by this continuing scholarship.

Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for power.5/5(1). Eumenes of Cardia: A Greek Among Macedonians (Hardcover).

Duris reports that Eumenes, the Cardian, was the son of a poor wagoner in the Thracian Chersonesus, yet liberally educated, both as a scholar and a soldier; and that while he was but young, Philip, passing through Cardia, diverted himself with a sight of the wrestling matches and other exercises of the youth of that place, among whom Eumenes performing with success, and showing signs of.

Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for power. Despite his having been chiefly an administrator rather than a military or political power, Eumenes came close to securing control of the Asian remnants of Alexander's s was born in the Greek city of Cardia and lived during a period dominated by.

Eumenes of Cardia (secretary, soldier and commander) has come into prominence in recent years, after a long period of neglect. InChristoph Schifer published a biography of Eumenes (Eumenes von Kardia und der Kampf um die Macht in Alexanderreich [Frankfurt am Main, ]) and now Edward Anson has done the same.

Eumenes of Cardia: A Greek Among Macedonians by Edward Anson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Eumenes of Cardia: a Greek Among Macedonians Ancient Mediterranean and Medieval Texts and Contexts, Part 1 Studies in Philo of Alexandria and Mediterranean Antiquity V.

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Eumenes of Cardia was a royal secretary who, in the years following the death of Alexander the Great became a major contender for power.5/5(1). Eumenes was a native of Cardia according to some sources. He was from a poor family, but some sources say that he was of noble origin.

He was a private secretary first for Philip II for seven years, and then 13 years  for Alexander the Great.