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ANCIENT WARFARE XV-3 - A TIME OF EPIC HEROES

EVERLASTING STORY, UNDYING FAME

Codice: 517RG003085

€ 9,00

To the Greeks and Romans, the Trojan War was the beginning of all warfare and set the standards for the expected behaviour of all men. How does the epic fit actual history?

Theme: Warfare in the age of Homer

  • Guy D. Middleton, 'Warfare in the Late Bronze Age Aegean - Chariots for a king'.
  • Samuel Azzopardi, 'Evidence from Mycenaean Greece and beyond - Homer's boar-tusk helmets'.
  • Ronald Blankenborg, 'The capstone of a ten-year expedition - One final siege'.
  • Michele Gama Sosa, 'The strategy behind the Trojan War - War of alliances'.
  • Mark McCaffery, '"Well-greaved" and "swift-footed" - The Homeric warrior'.
  • Christa Steinby, 'The use of ships in Homeric warfare - Across the wine-dark sea'.

Features:

  • Jo Ball, 'The tombstone of Titus Flaminius - A soldier's message from the grave'.
  • Mark McCaffery, 'Consular deaths during the First Roman Civil War - Mutiny and murder'.
  • Olle Bergman, 'Italian engineers find new clues - How war chariots performed'.
  • Alessandro Atzeni, 'The Nuragic culture - The warriors of ancient Sardinia'.
  • Evan Schultheis, 'Evidence for Graeco-Roman fencing - The ancient art of Armatura'.
  • Duncan B Campbell, 'Interpreters in the Roman army - Fluent in both languages'.

 

Lingua

INGLESE

Illustrazioni

Interamente illustrato a colori

Pagine

50

Misure

21 x 30

ISBN

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