Ancient Warfare Blog

  • OOP back issues

    Ancient Warfare has been around for over a decade now, and is fortunate in that many readers seem to like to collect back issues. Inevitably... Read more
  • Ancient Warfare podcast: Germanic raiders

    Using some secret documents and files, the Ancient Warfare podcast team was (mostly) well prepped to discuss the upcoming issue XII.6 in our latest episode. Enjoy! Read more
  • Alexander the Great revisited

    Oliver Stone's Alexander was watched and debated. You'd better listen, people get excited... Read more
  • Understanding Greek Warfare - review

    If I were Routledge's commissioning editor, I'm not sure I'd have thought this was a good idea. To survey the history of Greek warfare from... Read more
  • Ancient Warfare podcast - Auxiliaries

    With issue XII.5 on the truck to the distributor, the team recorded an episode on Roman auxiliaries.   Angus, Lindsay, Marc, Mark, Murray and Jasper... Read more
  • Naval infantry, sort of

    Frieze of a Dorian column showing a warship with marines on deck. Probably first century AD, from Rome. Names of Roman auxiliary units come in... Read more
  • Ancient Warfare podcast - Spartan superiority?

    In popular imagination, Spartan soldiers were nigh invincible super warriors. Is that reputation deserved, and was it appreciated similarly in ancient times? The Ancient Warfare... Read more
  • Weighty encyclopedias

    I really made out like a bandit at my birthday in November and Christmas just gone by. Generous donors gave me two very weighty (I... Read more
  • Ancient Warfare podcast - Power of Poseidon

    Ancient Warfare XII.4 should be with readers in the UK and most of Europe now, and is making its way elsewhere. In the meantime, the Ancient Warfare... Read more
  • The Ala Afrorum

    If you go out in the woods today, and visit some of the Roman archaeology museums along the Rhine in what was once Germania Inferior, you're... Read more

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