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ANCIENT WARFARE XV-5 - THE SAXON SHORE

ENGLAND'S MYSTERIOUS DEFENCES

Codice: 517RG003087

€ 9,00

The Saxon Shore forts get their name from the Notitia Dignitatum and are among the most impressive Roman remains in Britain, but why they were built remains unclear.

Theme: The Saxon Shore

  • Konstantin Nossov, 'The Roman forts of the Saxon Shore - Constructing defence'.
  • Andrew Pearson, 'Welsh perspectives on the Saxon Shore - Cardiff Castle'.
  • Murray Dahm, 'The Saxion siege of Anderitum, AD 491 - Ælle the king's men'.
  • Simon Elliott, 'The fortified town at Rutupiae - Gateway to Roman Britain'.
  • Martijn A. Wijnhoven, 'Clothing, arms, and armour of a Thorsberg warrior - From the depths of the bog'.
  • Martijn Calleeuw, 'The function of the Saxon Shore forts - Defensive or deficient'.

Features:

  • Ross Cowan, 'Warriors from Central Italy - Warlord and warbands'.
  • Jo Ball, 'The tombstone of Rufus Sita - Riding into eternity'.
  • Richard Taylor, 'Fighting in the Macedonian phalanx - Pike through time'.
  • Valentine Belfiglio, 'Hannibal's pyrrhic victories - Unsustainable loss'.
  • Mark McCaffery, 'Caltrops and <em>stimuli</em> - Watch your step'.
  • Duncan B. Campbell, 'A formidable class of warriors - Horse archers in the Roman army'.
  • Murray Dahm, 'The tom of the Lycian dynast Pericles - A phalanx in stone'.
Lingua

INGLESE

Illustrazioni

Riccamente illustrato

Pagine

50

Misure

21 x 30

ISBN

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