Battles of the Greek and Roman worlds: a chronological compendium of 667 battles to 31 B.C., from the historians of the ancient world
The best single-volume reference book of classical battles, bringing together the accounts of the ancient historians.
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Introduction to Greek and Roman Warfare
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Achaean Achaean League Aemilius Aetolians Agathocles Agesilaus Alexander allies Antigonus Antiochus Appian army arrived Athenians Athens attack battle besieged Boeotians Caesar camp captured Carthaginians cavalry Celtiberians centre charge Civil command consul Corinthian Cornelius Scipio crossed defeated Demetrius Diadochi Dio Cassius Diodorus Dionysius elephants encamped enemy enemy's engaged Etruscans Eumenes Fabius fight flank fled fleet force front Gallic Gauls Gnaeus Greek Hamilcar Hannibal harbour Hasdrubal Hellenica hill hoplites horse Illyrians infantry joined killed king land left wing legions Livy Lucullus Macedonian Manlius marched Marius mercenaries Metellus miles Mithridates Mithridatic Numidian Orosius Pausanias Peloponnesian War Peloponnesian Persian phalanx Philopoemen Phocians plain Plutarch Polybius Pompey Publius Pyrrhus rear reinforcements Revolt Rhodians right wing river Romans Rome round routed sailed Samnite Second Punic Second Samnite sent Sertorius ships Sicily side siege Spanish Wars Spartans Syracusans Syracuse Thebans Third Thucydides took town troops tyrant victory withdrew Xenophon