Ancient Warfare VI.5 (PDF)
Ancient Warfare VI.5 with 'Bringing order to chaos: the armies of Diocletian'.
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Ancient Warfare VI-5
Theme: Bringing order to chaos: the armies of Diocletian
- Vincent van der Veen, 'The army of Diocletian: Historical introduction'.
- Martijn Nicasie, 'A difficult source for a difficult period: The Notitia Dignitatum'.
- Jon Coulston, 'Culture, arms and the man during the Dominate: Late Roman military equipment'.
- Christian Koepfer, 'Roman legionary in Raetia AD 289: Campaigning with the Emperor'.
- Paul McDonnell-Staff, 'A detailed examination of the Roman legions c. AD 300: The legions of Diocletian'.
- Sidney E. Dean, 'The Carausian Revolt and Rome’s reconquest of Britain: The Empire strikes back'.
- Christian Barthel, 'Diocletian in Egypt: At empire’s edge'.
- J. Albert Morales, 'From the end of the Principate to the new Roman army: The curious career of Aurelius Gaius'.
- Sean Hussmann, 'The Siege of Syracuse: “To the victors most glorious”'.
- Michael J. Taylor, 'Greed, miscalculation, paranoia: Why did Rome go to war?'.
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