Ancient Warfare VII.2

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Throughout antiquity, Sicily was both a hub of commerce and culture for the entire Mediterranean, and a hotspot of warfare in the ancient world - from the ill-fated Athenian expedition during the Peloponnesian War, to the Syracusans’ attempts to drive the Carthaginians off the island by laying siege to their colonies.    

Theme: Wars in Sicily

  • Matthew Beazley, "Historical introduction: wars in Sicily"
  • Konstantin Nossov, "Sicilian Greek fortifications: military architecture as a historical source"
  • Paul McDonnell-Staff, "Timoleon of Corinth: saviour of Sicily"
  • Annelies Koolen, "An underestimation of the enemy cavalry's potential? Athenian cavalry in Sicily"
  • Nicholas Sekunda, "Cretan archers"
  • Filippo Donvito, "Dionysius I's Siege of Motya, 397 BC"
  • Sidney Dean, "Agathocles of Syracuse and the Third Greco-Punic War, 311–306 BC"
Features:
  • Vincent van der Veen, "Roman ownership inscriptions in Museum Het Valkhof"
  • Korneel van Lommel, "I would rather cut off my thumb: refusal of military service"
  • Duncan Campbell, "Alexander's great cavalry battle: what really happed at the River Granicus?"
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