Ancient Warfare X.6 (PDF)
After the suicide of Emperor Nero, four usurpers struggled for control of Rome, plunging the Empire into chaos.
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Ancient Warfare X.6
Theme:The Year of the Four Emperors
- William Welsh, 'The Year of the Four Emperors - Historical introduction'.
- Tilman G. Moritz, 'Suetonius' On the life of the Caesars - Managing the crisis'.
- Sidney E. Dean, 'Military turmoil in an era of crisis - Legions come, legions go'.
- Anthony Riches, 'The Batavian Revolt of AD 69-70 - Casus Belli!'.
- Haggai Olshanetsky, 'The Jewish Revolt and the struggle in Rome - Contender from the East'.
- Sean Hussmann, 'The story of Julius Sabinus - The man who would be Caesar'.
- P. Lindsay Powell, 'Two battles on the Via Postumia, AD 69 - The road to hell'.
- Murray Dahm, 'Vespasian's (re-)organization of the empire - Putting the pieces in place'.
- Fausto Bica & Josho Brouwers, 'The fate of those who stand out - Purple thread'.
- Duncan B. Campbell, 'The Roman army in detail - The problem of the First Cohort'.
- Tang Long, 'Greatest military disaster in ancient history - Massacre at Chang-Ping'.
- Graham Sumner, 'The Roman army on screen, Part 6 - Spartacus'.
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