Ancient Warfare IV.6

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As the initial wars between the Diadochi following Alexander the Great’s death began to die down, a large degree of stability was established in the successor states, with kings seeking to consolidate their power. However, the fight for control over the Hellenistic world was far from over: battles came to be fought on an ever-increasing scale, with phenomena like giant siege towers and enormous war ships becoming the new normal in the arms race of antiquity.        

Theme: Hellenistic armies of the 3rd and 2nd century BC

  • Bob Bennett and Mike Roberts, 'Introduction to the theme'
  • Michael J. Taylor, 'The Amphipolis regulations'
  • Ruben Post, 'Hellenistic Military Costume'
  • Christopher Webber, 'The Thracian mercenary'
  • Michael Park, 'The Raphia Campaign'
  • Paul McDonnell-Staff, 'The Antigonid Macedonian Army '
  • Mateusz Lobacz, 'Military forces in Hellenistic Bactria'


  • Ross Cowan, 'Sticks and stones: simple and improvised arms and armour'
  • Duncan Campbell, 'The debate: Women in Roman forts'

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