Wars of the Ancient Greeks (Smithsonian History of Warfare)
This brilliant account covers a millennium of Greek warfare. With specially commissioned battle maps and vivid illustrations, Victor Davis Hanson takes the reader into the heart of Greek warfare, classical beliefs, and heroic battles. This colorful portrait of ancient Greek culture explains why their approach to fighting was so ruthless and so successful.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gmicksmith - LibraryThing
This is a splendid little volume in the great Smithsonian series of books. Hanson summarily surveys the wars of the ancient Greeks. The volume has abundant illustrations, many in full color, useful ... Read full review
crappy and hard to read. i would rather go to hell than read this shit. I wouldnt give it a single star but 1 was the minimum