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Ancient Warfare III.5 (PDF)

Ancient Warfare Oct/Nov 2009 with 'Precarious balance: Rome vs. Parthia'.

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Theme: Imperial Nemesis: Rome vs. Parthia.

  • Pawel Gryzstar, 'Introduction to the theme'
  • Joaquín Montero, 'Sources for Trajan's campaign'
  • Glenn Barnett and Arnold Blumberg, 'Seeking the knock-out blow: a history of asymmetric warfare'
  • Paul McDonnell-Staff, 'The Parthian bow'
  • Duncan B. Campbell, 'Armed Diplomacy: Rome and Parthia in the 1st C AD'
  • Ross Cowan, 'The battle of Nisibis, AD 217: last battle of the Parthian Wars'
  • Raffaele D'Amato, 'Romans or Parthians? Legionary equipment during the Parthian campaigns of AD 197-199'


  • Fred Ray, 'Flair for the unexpected: Myronides and the Athenian land empire'
  • Murray Dahm, 'The arrow versus the spear: The Breviarium of Festus as a military handbook'
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