Ancient Warfare XIV.6 (PDF)

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Famously warlike and imperialistic, the Neo-Assyrians cut a swathe across the ancient Near East. Surviving artwork and written sources give us clues as to how they accomplished this.

Theme: The Neo-Assyrian Empire at war

  • Sean Manning, 'Studying the Assyrian army - The way of the future'.
  • Pavel Vaverka, 'The kingdom of Urartu - Assyria's rival'.
  • Christopher W. Jones, 'The Assyrian king's elite bodyguard - The Qurbutu'.
  • Tamás Dezsö, 'The battle of Mount Waush, 714 BC - Like a furious arrow'.
  • Thomas James, 'Imperial Assyrian chariot tactics, 911-609 BC - Battlefield justice of the god Ashur'.

Features:

  • Mark McCaffery, 'The empty throne and the white fawn (part II) - Quintus Sertorius'.
  • Anneka Mihajlov, 'The rise of a neglected Athenian corps - Making the cavalry'.
  • Michael Rasak, 'Centurion autonomy on the battlefield, 218 BC - AD 73 - Following the transverse crest'.
  • Jo Ball, 'A military votive altar from the Antonine Wall - Trust in the gods'.
  • Murray Dahm, '"The dolabra is the weapon with which to beat the enemy" - Lessons from Domitius Corbulo'.
  • Duncan B. Campell, 'Managing horses in the Roman army - All the pretty horses'.
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