I’m going to attend Enfilade Convention in Olympia, Washington, USA from the 24th to the 26th of May 2013. I’ll be covering the convention for Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy (A very big thank you to Mike Evans, Pat Lowinger, Dean Motoyama and the people at Enfilade for making this trip possible).
May. 04, 2013 (posted in Ancient Warfare editor's blog)
Our good friend Jona Lendering has posted breaking news (in Dutch) over on his blog, which I translate c.q. paraphrase below. Siggi Karcher, over at the Roman Army Talk forum, was the first to break this news, but Jona has written a coherent treatment on the subject.
As everyone knows, Julius...
Apr. 26, 2013 (posted in Ancient Warfare editor's blog)
This is a review of the book Ancient Warfare: Archaeological Perspectives, edited by John Carman and Anthony Harding and published in 1999 (the reviewed edition appeared in 2009). As an edited volume, it contains chapters written by a wide variety of different authors. (Obviously, I should note...
Apr. 18, 2013 (posted in Ancient Warfare editor's blog)
Allan Vorda conducted an interview with James Romm, Associate Professor of Classics at Bard College, who edited The Landmark Arrian, probably the definitive ancient text on Alexander the Great. What follows is an interesting talk on Arrian and various aspects of the life and career of the famed...
Apr. 17, 2013 (posted in Ancient Warfare editor's blog)
We have just published the first issue of the seventh volume, on ancient Egypt, and are currently preparing the second issue, which will deal with the many wars fought on and over the island of Sicily. This means it's about time that we start thinking about possible themes to use for the next...
Apr. 13, 2013 (posted in Ancient Warfare editor's blog)
This is the third and final part of a series of blog posts on the depiction of ancient warfare in videogames. In the first part, I gave a very brief overview of Civilization and Total War games, with the odd comment on similar games. In the second part, I turned my attention to real-time...
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