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The Encyclopedia of the Roman Army, 3 Volume Set

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£374.50

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The Encyclopedia of the Roman Army, 3 Volume Set

Yann Le Bohec (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-405-17619-4 March 2015 Wiley-Blackwell 1176 Pages

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The Encyclopedia of the Roman Army is a comprehensive three-volume reference to the armed forces deployed by ancient Rome during its Early Period, Republic, Principate, and Late Antique times.

  • A comprehensive three-volume reference work on one of the greatest military institutions in world history
  • Offers broad coverage of the Roman army, from the lives of individual soldiers to military issues such as hierarchical command structure, tactics, strategy, and battle
  • Analyzes the Roman army from a modern historical perspective including exploration of large themes relating to the military and Rome's economy, politics, and religion
  • Spans Early Rome, Republic, Principate and Late Antiquity periods
  • Includes contributions from many internationally renowned historians

3 Volumes

www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/ref/romanarmy

Volume I

List of Entries vi

List of Illustrations xi

Notes on Contributors xvi

Preface and Acknowledgments xxxix

Abbreviations and Bibliography xli

Chronology lvii

Map lxi

A–Eas 1–350

Volume II

Eas–Pol 351–762

Volume III

Pol–Z 763–1123

Index 1124

“The scope is wide, the level of detail is impressive and the illustrations are excellent. This encyclopedia should appeal to advanced high school students, university students and faculty, as well as the interested general public.”  (Reference Reviews, 1 October 2015)

"A tour de force of anything and everything relating to the Roman army, this set will be a valuable acquisition for individuals interested in military history and for libraries maintaining collections in support of military curricula and studies in Roman history." (Choice Connect, 2016)