ANCIENT WARFARE XV-4 - THE CONQUERING LEGION
ARMIES OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC
The legion that wrested control of the Mediterranean region from Carthage and the Successor states is very familiar. But some notions have recently been challenged.
Theme: The Rise of the Legion, Part II
- Jeremy Armstrong, 'The Polybian legion in context - It's all Greek to me'.
- David Rafferty, 'The Roman army of the Late Republic - Poor, volunteer soldiers?'.
- Michael Taylor, 'The virtuosity of the manipular legion - The Battle of Ilipa'.
- François Gauthier, 'The myth of the "Marian reform" - A Mulish tradition'.
- Fred K. Drogula, 'Command authority in the Second Punic War and after - Independent and all-supreme'.
- Jo Ball, 'A guide from Polybius - How to loot a captured city'.
- Robin Waterfield, 'Ancient Athens' forgotten conflict - The Chremonidean War'.
- Murray Dahm, 'An elite hoplite unit in the city of Athena - The 300... Athenians?!'.
- Duncan B. Campbell, 'Surveyors in the Roman army - Who laid out the camps?'.
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