Ancient Warfare VIII.6 (PDF)
Starting in the 4th century BC, Rome's expansionist policies brought it into increasing contact (and conflict) with Greater Greece. Through a combination of diplomacy and intimidation, they came to rule the entire region by the end of the millennia.
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Ancient Warfare VIII.6
Theme: The Roman conquest of Greece
- Joseph Hall, ‘Historical introduction’
- Michael J. Taylor, ‘The Pydna Monument’ (Source)
- Gabriel Baker, ‘Greek reactions to Roman warfare’
- Jasper Oorthuys, 'The Reenactor - Soldiers of Rome'
- Owen Rees, ‘Philopoemen, the last of the Greeks’
- Ruben Post, 'Weapons, armour and Greek society- Arms make the man'
- Michael Park, ‘The Battle of Cynoscephalae’
- Sidney Dean, ‘Greek spear versus Roman pilum’
- Alberto Perez, ‘Women in warfare in European protohistory’
- Matthew Beazley, ‘Julian in Gaul’
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