If a roman legionary camp was attacked, how fast could it react? Jasper gives us his opinion.
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Murray tells us about the development of the Macedonian phalanx.
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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...
The Ancient Warfare Magazine team discuss the latest issue of the magazine XIV.4, The Greco-Persian Wars.
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What were borders like in the ancient world? Were there hard borders which stopped imperial expansion? Jasper gives us his opinion.
In this episode the Ancient Warfare team are between issues of the magazine, so Mark suggested they discuss coups in the ancient world.
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Hugo watching on youtube writes, “it's said that Hannibal took armour and weapons from the dead Romans so he must have used tactics without the phalanx. Do you agree?"
Murray gives his opinion.
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