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Ancient Warfare Blog

  • Perseus and the sea-monster

    In my last blog post, I wrote a lengthy synopsis and review of the episode on Perseus from the mini-series The Storyteller: Greek Myths. An... Read more
  • The Storyteller: Greek Myths

    For this first proper blog post for the ‘Autumn of Perseus’, I want to discuss a particular episode in the sadly short-lived television series The... Read more
  • The Autumn of Perseus

    As a follow-up to last year’s ‘Summer of Hercules’, I am pleased to announce that this will be the ‘Autumn of Perseus’. For the next... Read more
  • A reader on PTSD in ancient Greece

    Editor’s note: reader Stephan Berry, who also contributed to Ancient Warfare in the past, sent me his comments regarding the interesting debate article on PTSD... Read more
  • Combat in Age of Mythology

    In my most recent blog post for Ancient Warfare, I wrote about why armies tend to consist of different types of fighters, and drew a... Read more
  • Battlefield rock, paper, scissors

    Why do armies tend to consist of different types of troops, at least in complex societies that are able to bring a relatively large number... Read more
  • Germania Magna: Border in Flames

    Next week, if all goes well, we’ll be recording a new podcast about issue IX.1, which deals with the fall of Rome. It is fitting... Read more
  • A panoply from Paestum

    One of the problems of a paper magazine is that space is limited. The fiftieth issue of Ancient Warfare, which has just returned from the... Read more
  • The generation of leaves

    With Homer on my mind, I was thinking back about some of my favourite passages from the Iliad. One in particular springs to mind, namely... Read more
  • A helmet from ancient Sardis

    Last year, I gave a lecture in London where I argued that Greek warfare should be interpreted in a Mediterranean context, and that the warfare... Read more

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