Among the books bequeathed to us by antiquity, one of the first places in their deep historical interest belongs memoirs Athenian Xenophon, bearing the title of "Anabasis" (the beginning of the IV. BC. E.). History of the Greco-Persian wars, seen, they say, with such a she est . It is an objective, even slightly otstranennaya in his chilly calm and precise. However, Anabasis - not bare facts, but - the facts perceived by the multifaceted, complex prism of the author's comments. . .