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Brian Campbell is Professor of Roman History at Queen's University Belfast.
Lawrence A. Tritle is Professor of History at Loyola Marymount University.
Table of Contents
Abbreviations and Spelling Norms
PART I Introduction: The Classical World at War
1. War and Warfare in Ancient Greece
2. War and Warfare in Ancient Rome
3. Writers on War
a. Greece: Winning Ways in Warfare
b. Rome: A Story of Conflict
4. The Archeology of War
5. Warfare and Environment in the Ancient World
J. Donald Hughes
PART II The Face of Battle in the Classical World
6. The Classical Greek Experience
John W.I. Lee
7. The Three Thousand: Alexander's Infantry Guard
8. The Hellenistic Experience with War: Stagnation or Development?
9. War and Society in Greece
10. The Rise of Rome
11. War in Imperial Rome
12. War and Society in the Roman Empire
PART III Impacts and Techniques: War in the Classical World
13. Men at War
14. Sick and Wounded
17. Logistics: Sinews of War
18. War at Sea
Philip de Souza
19. Arms and Armor
Duncan B. Campbell
20. Under Siege: Challenges, Experiences, and Emotions
22. Military Intelligence
23. War and Animals
a. Horses for War: Breeding and Keeping a Warhorse
b. The Development and Training of Cavalry in Greece and Rome
24. Greek Rituals of War
25. Roman Rituals of War
26. Fighting the Other
a. Achaemenid Persians
b. The Germanic and Danubian Transfrontier Peoples
c. Military and Society in Sasanian Iran
PART IV Case Studies: The Classical World at War
27. The Athenian Expedition to Sicily
28. The Peloponnesian War and its Sieges
29. Epaminondas at Leuctra, 371 BC
30. Demetrius Poliorcetes and Hellenistic Warfare
Thomas R. Martin
31. The Second Punic War
32. The Eastern Frontier in Late Antiquity: Roman Warfare with Sasanian Persia
EPILOGUE: The Legacy of Classical Warfare
Thomas Palaima and L.A. Tritle