Ancient Warfare IX.2 (PDF)
In the early fourth century, Thebes, a city-state in the plains of Boeotia, suddenly rose to power through military innovations. They trashed Sparta and taught Philips of Macedon some valuable lessons for the future.
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Ancient Warfare IX.2
Theme: The ascendancy of Thebes
- Owen Rees, ‘Historical introduction’
- Jona Lendering, ’Plutarch of Chaeronea’ (Source)
- David Balfour, ’Epaminondas’
- Friedrich Wilhelm Miesen, ’The reenactor: a Greek hoplite.’
- Marc G. DeSantis, ‘The siege of Corcyra’
- Matthew Beazley, ’Educating Philip of Macedon’
- Roel Konijnendijk, ’The battle of Leuctra’
- Ryszard Tokarczuk, ’The Theban Sacred Band'
- Joe Hall, ’Roman military tombstones'
- Duncan Campbell, ‘Rome and China'
- Graham Sumner, ‘Caesar and Cleopatra (1945)'
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