Greece and Rome at War

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Greenhill Books, 1998 - History - 320 pages
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In this sumptuous guide to twelve centuries of military development, Peter Connolly combines a detailed account of the arms and armies of Greece and Rome with this superb full color artwork. These are the best and most accurate representation of how the soldiers from these formidable military empires appeared. Making use of fresh archaeological evidence and new material on the manufacture and use of the weapons of the period, the author presents an attractive and impressive scholarly volume.

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User Review  - Svetlana Kovalkova-McKenna - Goodreads

Superbly illustrated, meticulously researched, the book is a treasure for anyone interested in the history of greeco-roman armies. My son had this book by his bedside for years. Read full review

Review: Greece and Rome at War

User Review  - Goodreads

Superbly illustrated, meticulously researched, the book is a treasure for anyone interested in the history of greeco-roman armies. My son had this book by his bedside for years. Read full review

Contents

Greece and Macedonia
10
The Phalanx
37
The Phalanx in the Field
44
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Peter Connolly is renowned for his scholarship of the ancient world as well as being a highly respected artist.  He is the author of The Greek Armies, The Roman Army, The Roman Cavalry and The Ancient City.

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