The Ten Thousand A Novel of Ancient Greece by Michael Curtis Ford

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Title: The Ten Thousand
Author: Michael Curtis Ford
Year: N/A

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After decades of war, mighty Athens has been ravaged- its navy destroyed, its city walls toppled, its army disbanded. The fierce military state of Sparta has triumphed, but passions and hate linger on. Thousands of battle-hardened veterans from both sides in the conflict remain scattered across the Greek islands, restless and dangerous- until the young Persian prince Cyrus issues a call to arms from his base in Asia Minor. The rogue nobleman is raising an enormous mercenary army to wrest control of all of Persia, the most powerful empire on earth, from his half-brother the king.

The young philosopher-warrior Xenophon, scion of a noble Athenian family and follower of Socrates, risks his father’s wrath and embarks on the adventure with high hopes for glory. Joining his cousin Proxenus, the war-maddened Spartan general Clearchus, and a huge body of Cyrus’ native troops, he and ten thousand Greek mercenaries depart on an astounding march of a…

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