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Read online Roman Warfare.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Roman Warfare The Romans built perhaps the greatest empire of all time forged with an unequaled skill in warfare Accompany these unparalleled troops from the conquest of Italy thru to world conquest Watch as defeated armies became allies amp future Roman soldiers Consider the irony of extreme brutality amp repression leading to peace amp prosperity All the techniques amp the organization of this amazingly advanced fighting force come into focus from the emphasis on drills to its superior technology amp complex bureaucracy by Adrian Goldsworthy, John Keegan

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Roman Warfare
Title:Roman Warfare
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ISBN:0304352659
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Number of Pages:224
Category:History, Military history, Ancient history, Non fiction, Military
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The Romans built perhaps the greatest empire of all time forged with an unequaled skill in warfare Accompany these unparalleled troops from the conquest of Italy thru to world conquest Watch as defeated armies became allies amp future Roman soldiers Consider the irony of extreme brutality amp repression leading to peace amp prosperity All the techniques amp the organization of this amazingly advanced fighting force come into focus from the emphasis on drills to its superior technology amp complex bureaucracy, In AD the Roman Empire seemed unassailable its vast territory accounting for most of the known world By the end of the fifth century Roman rule had vanished in western Europe and much of northern Africa and only a shrunken Eastern Empire remained In his account of the fall of the Roman Empire prizewinning author Adrian Goldsworthy examines the painful centuries of the superpower s decline Bringing history to life through the stories of the men women heroes and villains involved the author uncovers surprising lessons about the rise and fall of great nations br br This was a period of remarkable personalities from the philosopher emperor Marcus Aurelius to emperors like Diocletian who portrayed themselves as tough even brutal soldiers It was a time of revolutionary ideas especially in religion as Christianity went from persecuted sect to the religion of state and emperors Goldsworthy pays particular attention to the willingness of Roman soldiers to fight and kill each other Ultimately this is the story of how an empire without a serious rival rotted from within its rulers and institutions putting short term ambition and personal survival over the wider good of the state, A brilliant new Napoleonic military fiction series from one of the UK s brightest young historians br br The year is and Hamish Williams is a gentlemen volunteer in the th regiment of foot a man serving with the ranks but living with the officers and uncomfortable in both worlds looked down on by those with the money or influence to buy their rank and distrusted by the common soldiers who know he is not one of them br br But Williams is determined to prove by deeds alone that he is a man worthy of advancement and when the th embarks for Portugal to begin what will become known as the Peninsula War against Napoleon he knows his chance of glory is at hand Soon he is receiving a sharp lesson in the realities of war as the th undergoes a bloody baptism at the hands of the French and he realises that his single minded devotion to honour may not after all be the quickest route to promotion, Tracing the extraordinary trajectory of the great Roman emperor s life Goldsworthy covers not only the great Roman emperor s accomplishments as charismatic orator conquering general and powerful dictator but also lesser known chapters during which he was high priest of an exotic cult captive of pirates seducer not only of Cleopatra but also of the wives of his two main political rivals and rebel condemned by his own country Ultimately Goldsworthy realizes the full complexity of Caesar s character and shows why his political and military leadership continues to resonate some two thousand years later br br In the introduction to his biography of the great Roman emperor Adrian Goldsworthy writes Caesar was at times many things including a fugitive prisoner rising politician army leader legal advocate rebel dictator as well as husband father lover and adulterer In this landmark biography Goldsworthy examines Caesar as military leader all of these roles and places his subject firmly within the context of Roman society in the first century B C br