Ancient Warfare Blog

  • The Battle of Telamon, 225 BC (part 1)

    “It is this with which we are now concerned, a plain surpassing in fertility any other in Europe with which we are acquainted.” [The Po... Read more
  • Fear and fortifications in Early Greece

    Not too long ago, I was fortunate enough to spend two years in Greece studying Greek fortifications of the Early Iron Age and Archaic period... Read more
  • Ancient Warfare workshop at Aberystwyth University

    One of the noteworthy developments in the last decade or two is the ever increasing interest in warfare in the ancient world. Indeed, Ancient Warfare... Read more
  • Greetings!

    For the last five years or so, Ancient Warfare has been nurtured by its editor, Jasper Oorthuys. In that time, Ancient Warfare has gone from... Read more
  • Editorial staff change at Ancient Warfare

    As some of you may know, before taking the helm of Ancient Warfare, I was working diligently on my PhD thesis, which, not surprisingly, concerned... Read more
  • The Roman army reborn

    During the unseasonably hot English spring of 2011, Lindsay Powell visited the remodelled Roman Army Museum on Hadrian’s Wall. For anyone interested in the Romans... Read more
  • Hamilcar's mountain

    “What was the name of the mountain on Sicily held against the Romans for several years by Hamilcar Barca?” A straightforward question, one might think... Read more
  • The fate of the Ninth

    Interest in the fate of Legio IX Hispana is back to new heights with the release of The Eagle and last year’s Centurion. Many would still like... Read more
  • Hellenistic warfare in fiction

    The Hellenistic world is a great background for historical novels. Not only is the sudden and unsolved death of Alexander the Great a good source... Read more

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