Warfare in the Classical World

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2000 - Civilization, Classical - 302 pages
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This handy book takes us from the Greek and Persian Wars to the early Roman Empire. The book is organized chronologically, with some great sidebars on the evolution of troop types and tactics. There are also some wonderful color plates of soldiery. Read full review

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Very good, easy to understand. liked it!

Contents

II
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III
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IV
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V
52
VI
71
VII
93
VIII
111
IX
131
X
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XI
171
XII
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XIII
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XIV
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XV
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XVI
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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.
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