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Which ancient battle...

would you be interested to observe? The Ancient Warfare podcast team, this time consisting of Marc, Murray, Angus and Jasper, mull through various options and what you could (and could not) learn from being the proverbial fly-on-the-wall. Have a listen and add your own in the comments!

(65 episodes already? Who'd have thunk it? See the entire catalog of episodes at The History Network.)

4 thoughts on “Which ancient battle...”

  • Bruce Nowakowski
    Bruce Nowakowski June 12, 2017 at 5:40 pm

    I would have loved to see the pitch battle from the Trojan War just to see how much really was embellished by the time of Homer.

    • Jasper Oorthuys
      Jasper Oorthuys June 12, 2017 at 5:43 pm

      Hi Bruce,
      That's a good one - it'd be interesting to see if every strike was as dramatic as described.

  • Mark Chandler

    Argentoratum, 357 AD. Always fascinated me - well, for the past 35 years or so, anyway...

  • Ricardo Solano

    The battle at Gagamela. Just seeing the order of battle would have been enough to astonish and am amaze let alone Alexander's wedge charging into the gap or the scythe chariots. Parmemio's embattled left holding...just

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