This volume provides an introduction to the study of warfare in the ancient world, from the first clash of bronze weapons on bronze armor in Mesopotamia in 3500 B.C., down through the fall of the Roman Empire 4,000 years later.
Series Foreword by Bella Vivante Warfare Timeline Introduction 1. War in the Bronze Age 2. War in the Iron Age 3. War in the Archaic Age Greece, 800-500 B.C.E. 4. The Great Wars of Classical Greece, 499-362 B.C.E. 5. The Rise of Macedonia, 359-323 B.C.E. 6. War in the Hellenistic Age, 323-276 B.C.E. 7. The Rise of Rome, 753-264 B.C.E. 8. Romes March to Empire, 264-146 B.C.E. 9. The Fall of the Roman Republic, 133-31 B.C.E. 10. The Roman Empire, 31B.C.E.-180C.E. 11. THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE, 180 C.E.-476 C.E. Notes Bibliography
Stefan G. Chrissanthos teaches Greek, Roman, and World History at the University of California at Riverside. A scholar of ancient military history, he has contributed to numerous books on various military subjects, and has published many articles in journals such as the Journal of Roman Studies and Historia.
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