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Ancient Warfare Blog

  • Researching ancient Greek arms and armour

    A recent blog post by author William Shepherd on the website of Osprey Publishing discusses some points with regards to his printed statements on ancient Greek weapons... Read more
  • The Roman conquest of Iberia: logistics and supply difficulties

    During the second century BC, Roman military commanders were faced with many challenges with regard to complex logistics when fighting wars in distant lands. These... Read more
  • The grief of Achilles

    The death of Patroclus forms a turning point in Homer’s Iliad. Achilles had retreated from battle because he had been offended by Agamemnon. When Patroclus is... Read more
  • Gladwell and Goliath

    Michael Taylor is a regular contributor to Ancient Warfare magazine and the associated podcast. He recently watched this video based on Malcolm Gladwell’s new book on David and Goliath, which... Read more
  • Asteropaeus the ambidextrous hero

    One of the joys of writing Henchmen of Ares (see also the synopsis) was revisiting the Homeric epics. Homer has been a significant part of my studies from... Read more
  • The Chinese war chariot

    When we think of war chariots we tend to think of ancient kingdoms, such as the Sumerians, Hittites and particularly the Egyptians. After all, the... Read more
  • Going through proposals

    Ancient Warfare magazine relies on proposals from authors to fill each issue. Fortunately, we really never have any problems with getting enough proposals. The only time... Read more
  • Chariots and horses in the Homeric world

    We are currently hard at work putting the finishing touches on my new book, Henchmen of Ares: Warriors and Warfare in Early Greece. It is set... Read more
  • Piracy in Archaic and Classical Greece

    Murder, pillage and kidnap by seaborne raiders – i.e. pirates – were familiar terrors for many inhabitants of the Mediterranean basin during the Archaic (800–500... Read more
  • Votes are in for volume VIII

    At the beginning of the month, I asked you to vote for themes for volume VIII of Ancient Warfaremagazine. The response has been very enthusiastic, with... Read more

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