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  • Ancient Warfare XV.2 (pre-order)

    Ancient Warfare XV.2 with the Batavian Revolt Untaxed, but burdened by Rome's demands for ever more infantry and cavalry from their small tribe, the Batavians use the chaos of AD 69 to revolt. It would take the combined effort of nine legions to quell. Learn More
    €8.50

  • Ancient Warfare XIV.5 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare XIV.5 (PDF) with Breakaway empires of the third century AD The second half of the third century AD saw Rome's military leadership embroiled in a deadly power struggle. Meanwhile, on the empire's frontiers, trouble was brewing... Learn More
    €4.95

  • Ancient Warfare XIV.5

    Ancient Warfare XIV.5 with Breakaway empires of the third century AD The second half of the third century AD saw Rome's military leadership embroiled in a deadly power struggle. Meanwhile, on the empire's frontiers, trouble was brewing... Learn More
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  • The Army of Maximinus Thrax

    This book, written by Dr. Jan Eschbach and lavishly illustrated by Stefano Borin, details the organization, tactics and equipment of the Roman army in the first half of the third century AD, the period of the Soldier-Emperors and Maximinus Thrax' campaign deep into Germania.

    • Written by Jan Eschbach with illustrations by Stefano Borin
    • ISBN: 978-3-96360-025-8
    • full-color softback
    • 156 pages
    • Published by Zeughaus Verlag

    Available from April 1st, 2021. Any items ordered in combination with this book, subscriptions excepted, will be sent together.

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    €42.95

  • Ancient Warfare XIII.6

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    Ancient Warfare XIII.6 with the emperor Claudius at war Though not known for his martial prowess, Claudius, like many Roman emperors before and after, needed a military victory to cement his position. Britain was the ideal target. Learn More
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  • Core of the legion: Special (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare Special issue (PDF): Core of the legion

    At the heart of the Roman Imperial Legion is the centuria - with the backbone of the legion at its head, the centurio. This Special issue looks at the centurio and his men on and off the battlefield.

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    €7.95

  • The Varian Disaster: Special (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare Special issue (PDF): The Varian Disaster

    Vare, Vare, redde mihi legiones meas! Augustus is supposed to have wandered through the halls of the Imperial palace calling on Varus to give him back the legions destroyed in the 'Teutoburg Forest' in AD 9. This Special is entirely dedicated to that campaign.

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    €7.95

  • Ancient Warfare XIII.3 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare XIII.3 (PDF) with the rise of Septimius Severus. The murder of Commodus on December 31st, AD 192, unleashed a race for the throne by a series of claimants. Five years later, at the battle of Lugdunum, the contest was finally decided. Learn More
    €4.95

  • Ancient Warfare XIII.3

    Ancient Warfare XIII.3 with the rise of Septimius Severus. The murder of Commodus on December 31st, AD 192, unleashed a race for the throne by a series of claimants. Five years later, at the battle of Lugdunum, the contest was finally decided. Learn More
    €8.50

  • Ancient Warfare XII.5 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare XII.5 (PDF) with Roman auxiliary units Men recruited from every corner of the empire, auxiliaries played an important role in augmenting Rome's military might. For the soldiers themselves, service meant a path to citizenship and future success. Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare XII.5

    Ancient Warfare XII.5 with Roman auxiliary units Men recruited from every corner of the empire, auxiliaries played an important role in augmenting Rome's military might. For the soldiers themselves, service meant a path to citizenship and future success. Learn More
    €8.50

  • Ancient Warfare XII.1 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare XII.1 (PDF) with Augustus' new Roman army Control and use of the legions played a critical role in Octavian's carefully orchestrated rise to power. Learn More
    €4.95

  • Ancient Warfare X.6 (PDF)

    Ancient Warfare X.6 with The Year of the Four Emperors After the suicide of Emperor Nero, four usurpers struggled for control of Rome, plunging the Empire into chaos. Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare X.6

    Ancient Warfare X.6 with The Year of the Four Emperors After the suicide of Emperor Nero, four usurpers struggled for control of Rome, plunging the Empire into chaos. Learn More
    €8.50

  • Romans (second edition)

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    Photos by Stef Verstraaten, with text by Jasper Oorthuys

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    €25.00

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