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  • Ancient Warfare XV.1

    Ancient Warfare XV.1 with Special Operations in antiquity If ancient soldiers were trained at all, it was generally for fighting in a formation in the battle line. But on rare occasions, generals would train and use troops for special operations. Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare XIV.6

    Ancient Warfare XIV.6 with the Neo-Assyrian Empire at war Famously warlike and imperialistic, the Neo-Assyrians cut a swathe across the ancient Near East. Surviving artwork and written sources give us clues as to how they accomplished this. Learn More
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  • 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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  • Ancient Warfare XIV.4

    Ancient Warfare XIV.4 with The Greco-Persian Wars, Part I In the late sixth century BC, it became clear that the expanding Persian Empire and the Greek city-states in Asia and the Aegean would soon come into conflict... Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare XIV.3

    Ancient Warfare XIV.3 with ancient sieges and fortifications A sturdy set of walls is a powerful deterrent: that's why ancient empires devoted so much time to understanding how to best build (and break down) these defensive structures. Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare XIV.2

    Ancient Warfare XIV.2 with rise of the Roman legion Before emerging as the greatest power in the Mediterranean world, Rome spent many centuries in relative obscurity, developing and refining new military tactics and structures that would set it up for unprecedented success. Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare XIV.1

    Ancient Warfare XIV.1 with warfare in Hellenistic Asia Minor After the fall of Alexander the Great, the Successors set to work carving out kingdoms of their own. Asia Minor became an important proving ground for these would-be rulers. Learn More
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  • 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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  • Ancient Warfare XIII.5

    Ancient Warfare XIII.5 with ancient mercenaries for hire As long as there has been warfare, there have been warriors willing to offer their services to the highest bidder. In this issue, we look at ancient mercenaries across the Mediterranean. Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare XIII.4

    Ancient Warfare XIII.4 with chariot warfare in antiquity Until the arrival of the chariot, warfare had been an exclusively infantry-based affair. Its invention introduced a new dynamic to the battlefield that shaped warfare for two millenia. Learn More
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  • 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
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  • Ancient Warfare XIII.2

    Ancient Warfare XIII.2 with the role of geography in ancient warfare. Natural and man-made geography exerts its influence on warfare, determining the passage of whole armies and fleets, sometimes allowing a single soldier to hold up an entire host. Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare XIII.1

    Ancient Warfare XIII.1 with Hellenistic mercenary armies in Southern Italy Tarentum in southern Italy may have been a Spartan colony, but when it was under pressure from first its Italic neighbours and then Rome itself, it preferred to call in some help from abroad. Learn More
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  • Ancient Warfare XII.6

    Ancient Warfare XII.6 with Empire under pressure Tempted by lowered defences, riches on the Roman side of the Rhine, or just pushed forward by peoples further east, Germanic tribes started to raid and then come across Rhine in large numbers from the third century onward. 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
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