Warfare in the Classical World

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2000 - Civilization, Classical - 302 pages
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Review: Warfare in the Classical World: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Weapons, Warriors and Warfare in the Ancient Civilizations of Greece and Rome

User Review  - RMF Brown - Goodreads

An illustrated encyclopaedia with no illustrations, spelling mistakes galore, and a fixation with the Roman Empire. On the surface, it sounds as though I completely detested this book. Nothing could ... Read full review

Review: Warfare in the Classical World: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Weapons, Warriors and Warfare in the Ancient Civilizations of Greece and Rome

User Review  - Ambassador116 - Goodreads

Read most of it and skimmed the rest for a school text book. I was in love with the detailed illustrations and the intricate battle plans. Definitely a must read for any student of ancient history. Read full review

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Page 7 - Kriege, 1833) on the idea that war is "nothing but a continuation of political intercourse with an admixture of other means.
Page 9 - I am grateful to the staff of the libraries of the School of African and Oriental Studies of the University of London, CULA Howard, Uppsala, Addis Ababa, Virginia and New York Universities and the Vństeras and Stockholm City libraries.

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