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  • Ancient Warfare IX.5 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare IX.5 with Warriors of the Hellenistic Age The Macedonian army, remodeled by Philip II and exploited by Alexander the Great, continued to flourish under the Successors. Learn More
    €3.95

  • Sicily and the Sea

    Edited by: Edited by: Diederik Burgerdijk, Richard Calis, Jorrit Kelder, Alexandra Sofroniew, Sebastiano Tusa, René van Beek Paperback with flaps, 22 x 26 cm, 204 pages, various full-colour illustrations ISBN: 9789462581159 Language: English Learn More
    €24.95

  • Ancient Warfare IX.5

    Ancient Warfare IX.5 with Warriors of the Hellenistic Age The Macedonian army, remodeled by Philip II and exploited by Alexander the Great, continued to flourish under the Successors. Learn More
    €7.50

  • Ancient Warfare IX.4 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare IX.4 with Clash of the Colossi. The First Punic War This extra-long 50th issue of Ancient Warfare deals with the First Punic War, the 24-year clash between the rising superpower from Italy and the powerful North-African city state of Carthage. Learn More
    €3.95

  • Ancient Warfare IX.4

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    Ancient Warfare IX.4 with Clash of the Colossi. The First Punic War This extra-long 50th issue of Ancient Warfare deals with the First Punic War, the 24-year clash between the rising superpower from Italy and the powerful North-African city state of Carthage. Learn More
    €7.50

  • Ancient Warfare IX.3 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare IX.3 with Mighty rulers of Anatolia: the Hittites and their successors This issue looks at the Hittite rules of Anatolia - modern Central Turkey - in the 2nd half of the 2nd millennium BC and the early centuries of the first. Learn More
    €3.75

  • Ancient Warfare brochure (PDF)

    This is the Ancient Warfare brochure that launched a magazine and established a new style of historical media with custom artwork, thorough, but accessible text and lots of photographs and maps in support.

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  • Ancient Warfare IX.3

    Ancient Warfare IX.3 with Mighty rulers of Anatolia: the Hittites and their successors This issue looks at the Hittite rules of Anatolia - modern Central Turkey - in the 2nd half of the 2nd millennium BC and the early centuries of the first. Learn More
    €7.50

  • Magical Mystery Collection

    A collection of four randomly chosen, second-quality issues from either Ancient Warfare, Medieval Warfare, Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy, or Ancient History Magazine. Learn More
    €9.50

  • Ancient Warfare IX.2 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare IX.2 with The Ascendancy of Thebes In the early fourth century, Thebes, a city-state in the plains of Boeotia, suddenly rose to power through military innovations. They trashed Sparta and taught Philips of Macedon some valuable lessons for the future. Learn More
    €3.75

  • Ancient Warfare IX.2

    Ancient Warfare IX.2 with The Ascendancy of Thebes In the early fourth century, Thebes, a city-state in the plains of Boeotia, suddenly rose to power through military innovations. They trashed Sparta and taught Philips of Macedon some valuable lessons for the future. Learn More
    €7.50

  • Ancient Warfare IX.1 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare IX.1 with The Fall of Rome On 4 September AD 476, the Western Roman Empire came to an end. No great battle was fought, no great foreign invasion force marched upon the capital, nor was there an iconic enemy in the shape of a second Hannibal who annihilated Rome’s armies. Learn More
    €3.75

  • Ancient Warfare IX.1

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    Ancient Warfare IX.1 with The Fall of Rome On 4 September AD 476, the Western Roman Empire came to an end. No great battle was fought, no great foreign invasion force marched upon the capital, nor was there an iconic enemy in the shape of a second Hannibal who annihilated Rome’s armies. Learn More
    €7.50

  • Ancient Warfare VIII.6 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare VIII.6 with The Roman conquest of Greece Starting in the 4th century BC, Rome's expansionist policies brought it into increasing contact (and conflict) with Greater Greece. Through a combination of diplomacy and intimidation, they came to rule the entire region by the end of the millennia. Learn More
    €3.75

  • Ancient Warfare VIII.6

    Ancient Warfare VIII.6 with The Roman conquest of Greece Starting in the 4th century BC, Rome's expansionist policies brought it into increasing contact (and conflict) with Greater Greece. Through a combination of diplomacy and intimidation, they came to rule the entire region by the end of the millennia. Learn More
    €7.50

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