Ancient Warfare XIV.4 with The Greco-Persian Wars, Part I
In the late sixth-century BC, it became clear that the expanding Persian Empire and the Greek city states in Asia and the Aegean would soon come into conflict...
Ancient Warfare XIV.4
Theme: The Greco-Persian Wars, Part I
Bartosz Smogur , 'The Greco-Persian Wars - Inevitable Conflict'. Nicholas Cross, 'The naval strategy in the Ionian revolt - The beginning of trouble'. Gareth Williams, 'An uncertain alliance in ancient Greece - The Hellenic League'. William Shepard, 'Athens and the Battle of Salamis - Themistocles triumphant'. Sean Manning, 'Documents, art, and stories - Equipping the king's men'.
Mark McCaffery, 'The empty throne and the white fawn - Eumenes of Cardia'. Ross Cowan, 'Some Sullan centurions - Before Baculus'. Duncan B. Campbell, 'Part-mounted cohorts in the Roman army - Enthusiastic horsemen'. Murray Dahm, 'The Dallas Battle Sarcophagus - Victory in death'. Jona Lendering, 'Regulus' ill-fated African campaign - Reversal of fortune'. Jo Ball, 'Garrisoning Rome's frontier (Tab. Vindol. 154) - Armed but not ready'.