Ancient Warfare IX.1

Ancient Warfare IX.1 with The Fall of Rome

On 4 September AD 476, the Western Roman Empire came to an end. No great battle was fought, no great foreign invasion force marched upon the capital, nor was there an iconic enemy in the shape of a second Hannibal who annihilated Rome’s armies.
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Ancient Warfare IX.1

Theme: The Fall of Rome

  • Jean Du Plessis, ‘Historical introduction’
  • Gabriele Esposito, ’The career of a Late Roman General’ (Source)
  • Konstantin Nossov, ’The walls of Rome’
  • Robert Vermaat, ’The reenactor: a Late Roman heavy infantryman’
  • Corrado Re, ‘Battle of the Catalaunian Plains, AD 451’
  • Mark McCaffery, ’The breaking of Roman Britain’
  • Marc G. DeSantis, ’The Vandals capture North Africa’
  • Sidney E. Dean, ’The War of Ravenna'

Features:

  • Robert Holmes, ’The Gorgoneion and ancient armour'
  • Duncan Campbell, ‘What really happened at Aegospotami?'
  • David L. Reinke, ‘Box office gladiators'
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I am a major history buff and always have been. I walked into a book store in California and found this issue sitting in the history section. Usually I stay away from periodicals of history and recent books due to the fact that today you never get the truth of history, just the writers point of view or a political revisionist leaning. On a hunch I decided to pick up this magazine and give it a whirl, and a test of solid history or just another periodical with BS attached to it. I was hooked after the first article and I could not put it down. The light of truth shines in the magazine with true history, not sugar coated, and non political to a certain leaning. These are just the facts and they lay them out in the magazine in such a way that gets you hooked. I am now converted and will continue with more issues. Veritas!!!!!!!!!! Review by Davidson (Posted on 5/28/2015)
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