Wars and Battles of the Roman Republic: The Military, by Paul Chrystal

By Paul Chrystal

** This digital version comprises forty black-and-white and color illustrations and maps **

Wars and Battles of the Roman Republic: the army, Political and Social Fallout covers the decisive battles from the founding of Rome in 753 BC to the conflict of Actium in 28 BC, taking in, for instance, mythical battles equivalent to 497 BC - conflict of Lake Regillus; 482 BC - conflict of Antium; 480 BC - conflict of Veii; the Samnite Wars; 261-146 BC - the 3 Punic Wars opposed to Carthage (Hannibal and Hasdrubal); 191 BC - conflict of Thermpolyae; conflict of Corinth; the Macedonian wars; 89 BC - the Social Wars; eighty five BC - the Mithridatic Wars; the Civil Wars; seventy two BC - the Spartacus riot; conflict of Carrhae; forty eight BC - conflict of Pharsalus; forty two BC Battles of Philippi; forty-one BC - conflict of Perugia; and 31 - BC conflict of Actium (Cleopatra). Wars and Battles of the Roman Republic: the army, Political and Social Fallout examines occasions major as much as those conflicts and the social and political results in addition to the army features. each one had wide-ranging effects major Rome from country to republic, from neighborhood energy to foreign superpower, and from republic to empire.It makes complete use of the money owed of historians and political writers, modern and in a different way, together with Livy, Sallust, Caesar, Cicero, Polybius, Plutarch and Dio together with sculptural and architectural proof. the original function of the publication is its specialise in the motives of the wars and battles and the socio-political results of every for Rome and its allies.

** This digital variation comprises forty black-and-white and color illustrations and maps **

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