Greek and Roman Naval Warfare: A Study of Strategy, Tactics, and Ship Design from Salamis (480 B.C.) to Actium (31 B.C.)
This reissue of a 1937 classic covers ancient naval warfare from the Greco-Persian War to the Campaign of Actium.
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