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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.
• Offers broad coverage of the Roman army, from the lives of individual soldiers to military issues such as hierarchical command structure, tactics, strategy, and battles • Analyzes the Roman army from a modern historical perspective • Includes contributions from many renowned historians
Yann Le Bohec is Professor Doctor Emeritus at the Sorbonne University in Paris. He is the author of more than twenty books on military history including The Imperial Roman Army (1994), which has been translated into six languages.