Roman Army and Military

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  1. Roman Military Equipment from the Punic Wars to the Fall of Rome, second edition

    Roman Military Equipment from the Punic Wars to the Fall of Rome, second edition [Paperback]

    M. C. Bishop (Author); J. C. Coulston (Author)

    £29.99

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    ISBN: 9781842171592
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Rome's rise to empire is often said to have owed much to the efficiency and military skill of her armies and their technological superiority over barbarian enemies. But just how 'advanced' was Roman military equipment? What were its origins an... .... Learn More
  2. In the Name of Rome

    In the Name of Rome: The Men who Won the Roman Empire [Paperback]

    Adrian Goldsworthy (Author)

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    ISBN: 9780753817896
    Published by : Weidenfeld & Nicholson
    The Roman empire was born from the martial conquests of its military commanders - as Adrian Goldsworthy reminds us, the word `emperor' derives from `imperator', meaning general. This interesting and in-depth study, which consigns its notes to t... .... Learn More
  3. Storming the Heavens

    Storming the Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors and Civilians in the Roman Empire [Paperback]

    Antonio Santosuosso (Author)

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    ISBN: 9780813341606
    Published by : Westview
    The success of the Roman empire was largely due to the prowess of the legions but, likewise, a dissatisfied military was also responsible for some of the greatest threats to the empire's unity. This study provides a readable and straightforward as... .... Learn More
  4. Julius Caesar as Artful Reporter

    Julius Caesar as Artful Reporter: The War Commentaries as Political Instruments [Paperback]

    Kathryn Welch (Author)

    £25.00

    ISBN: 9781905125289
    Published by : Classical Press of Wales
    Nine contributions demonstrate that the appearance of simplicity in Julius Caesar's writings is achieved through subtle skill in the selection of style, language and content, which promotes Caesar and downplays Roman enemies. Contents: The pub... .... Learn More
  5. Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies, Volume 4 1993

    Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies, Volume 4 1993 [Paperback]

    M. C. Bishop (Author)

    £35.00

    ISBN: 9780946897957
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Series: JRMES
    Volume: 4
    Topics include: fragments of a lorica hamata from Fluitenberg; a bronze spearhead from Augusta Rauricorum; stone barracks built to replicate tents from Spain; The de munitonibus castrorum; Hedgehogs, caltro... .... Learn More
  6. Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies, Volume 3, 1992

    Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies, Volume 3, 1992 [Paperback]

    M. C. Bishop (Author)

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    ISBN: 9780946897742
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Series: JRMES
    Volume: 3
    This edition of this journal contains eight articles. .... Learn More
  7. Longthorpe II

    Longthorpe II: The Military Works Depot: An Episode in Landscape History [Paperback]

    G. B. Dannell (Author); John Peter Wild (Author)

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    ISBN: 9780907764083
    Published by : Roman Society Publications
    Series: Britannia Monographs
    Volume: 8
    This volume describes the pottery-making depot attached to the pre-Flavian vexillation fortress of Longthorpe near Peterborough and and throws light on the problems of supply of the Roman army during the conquest campaigns. It contains a detail... .... Learn More
  8. Rome Seizes the Trident

    Rome Seizes the Trident [Hardback]

    Marc C. De Santis (Author)

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    ISBN: 9781473826984
    Published by : Pen & Sword Books Ltd
    Seapower played a greater part in ancient empire building than is often appreciated. The Punic Wars, especially the first, were characterized by massive naval battles. The Romans did not even possess a navy of their own when war b... .... Learn More

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