Ancient Warfare XVII.3

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Over the course of its long history and expansion, Rome fought a range of peoples. Some were conquered, while others never were. A few would even return for revenge.

Theme: Enemies of Rome

  • Jasper Oorthuys, 'A millennium of military conflict - Rome's enemies'.
  • Davide Roberto Piccirillo, 'Collating the evidence - The Samnite warrior'.
  • Jo Ball, 'Early imperial ex-auxiliary rebellions - The enemy within'.
  • Djordje Miltenovic and Murray Dahm, 'Beware of Huns bearing siege engines - The Siege of Naissus'.
  • Matthew G. Marsh, 'The greatest enemy of the Roman Empire - The Sasanian menace'.


  • Richard Taylor, 'Mythbusting the Macedonian phalanx - Phalanx folklore'.
  •  Andrew Yamato, 'Reconstructing a muscle cuirass, part 2 - Shaping the metal'.
  • Jo Ball, 'The tombstone of Lenaios - A sacrifice recognized'.
  • Murray Dahm, 'The Orlat plaques - Puzzles in ivory'.
  • Joe Broderick, 'Vegetius and the Roman soldier - Born to be made'.



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