Ancient Warfare Answers episode (205): How would a Roman campaign against king Maroboduus of the Marcomanni have gone?
Patron of the podcast Chris writes, 'we are told right before the great Illyrian revolt of AD 6-9, the Romans were preparing a campaign against king Maroboduus and the Marcomanni. It is said he had an army of 74,000 (70,000 infantry and 4,000 Cavalry). What do you guys think the outcome would have been of that war/campaign; would he have stood a chance resisting the roman campaign?' Murray gives us his opinion. Enjoy the podcast? Support us via Patreon, now with optional magazine subscription!