By Peter Connolly
During this luxurious advisor to 12 centuries of army improvement, Peter Connolly combines a close account of the palms and armies of Greece and Rome together with his really good full-color art. employing clean archaeological facts and new fabric at the manufacture and use of the guns of the interval, the writer provides an enticing and bold quantity that's either scholarly and wonderfully awarded with illustrations which are, particularly rightly, well-known as being the easiest and so much exact illustration of ways the warriors from those ambitious army empires appeared.
Greece and Rome at struggle lucidly demonstrates the face of conflict within the historic international. overlaying the wars among the Greeks and the Persians and the epic contest among the Romans and their so much able opponent, Hannibal, in addition to association, strategies, armor and guns, and masses extra, this wonderful paintings brings the armies of Greece, Macedon and Rome vividly to lifestyles. This new revised variation features a Preface by means of Adrian Goldsworthy.
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