The Gods of Battle: The Thracians at War, 1500 BC - 150 AD

Chris Webber

Verlag: Pen and Sword, 2011
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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: This title gives an overview of Thracian history and culture, concentrating predominantly on warfare and weapons. It uses archaeological finds to give an accurate picture of their arms, armour and costume and also identifies and differentiates between the Thracian tribes. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_new_1844158357

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Buchbeschreibung Pen & Sword Military, Barnsley, 2011. Hard Cover. Buchzustand: As New. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: As New. First Edition. 256pp. Ilstd. with b/w & col. plts. Herodotus described the Thracians (who inhabited what is now roughly modern Bulgaria, Romania, the European part of Turkey and northern Greece) as the most numerous nation of all apart from the Indians and said that they would be the most powerful of all nations if they didn t enjoy fighting each other so much. There may have been a million Thracians, divided among as many as 40 tribes. Ancient writers were hard put to it to decide which of the Thracian tribes was the most valiant, and they were employed as mercenaries by all the great Mediterranean civilisations. Thrace had the potential to field huge numbers of troops, and the Greeks and Romans lived in fear of a dark Thracian cloud descending from the north, devastating civilisation in the Balkans. The Thracian way of warfare had a huge influence on Classical Greek and Hellenistic warfare. After Thrace was conquered by the Romans, the Thracians provided a ready source of tough auxiliaries to the Roman army. Publishers black cloth boards with gilt lettering to the spine. [ALL BOOKS HAS BEEN ESTABLISED SINCE 1969. Every book we advertise for sale we have in stock]. (af). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 028233

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Buchbeschreibung Pen Sword Books Ltd, United Kingdom, 2011. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. 236 x 156 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Herodotus described the Thracians (who inhabited what is now roughly modern Bulgaria, Romania, the European part of Turkey and northern Greece) as the most numerous nation of all apart from the Indians and said that they would be the most powerful of all nations if they didn t enjoy fighting each other so much. There may have been a million Thracians, divided among as many as 40 tribes. Ancient writers were hard put to it to decide which of the Thracian tribes was the most valiant, and they were employed as mercenaries by all the great Mediterranean civilisations. Thrace had the potential to field huge numbers of troops, and the Greeks and Romans lived in fear of a dark Thracian cloud descending from the north, devastating civilisation in the Balkans. The Thracian way of warfare had a huge influence on Classical Greek and Hellenistic warfare. After Thrace was conquered by the Romans, the Thracians provided a ready source of tough auxiliaries to the Roman army. Chris Webber gives an overview of Thracian history and culture, but focuses predominantly on their warfare and weapons. The latest archaeological finds are used to give the most detailed and accurate picture yet of their arms, armour and costume. He identifies and differentiates the many different tribes, showing that their weapons and tactics varied. The resulting study should be welcomed by anyone interested in the archaeology and history of the region or in classical warfare as a whole. Buchnummer des Verkäufers PAS9781844158355

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Buchbeschreibung Pen Sword Books Ltd, United Kingdom, 2011. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. 236 x 156 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Herodotus described the Thracians (who inhabited what is now roughly modern Bulgaria, Romania, the European part of Turkey and northern Greece) as the most numerous nation of all apart from the Indians and said that they would be the most powerful of all nations if they didn t enjoy fighting each other so much. There may have been a million Thracians, divided among as many as 40 tribes. Ancient writers were hard put to it to decide which of the Thracian tribes was the most valiant, and they were employed as mercenaries by all the great Mediterranean civilisations. Thrace had the potential to field huge numbers of troops, and the Greeks and Romans lived in fear of a dark Thracian cloud descending from the north, devastating civilisation in the Balkans. The Thracian way of warfare had a huge influence on Classical Greek and Hellenistic warfare. After Thrace was conquered by the Romans, the Thracians provided a ready source of tough auxiliaries to the Roman army. Chris Webber gives an overview of Thracian history and culture, but focuses predominantly on their warfare and weapons. The latest archaeological finds are used to give the most detailed and accurate picture yet of their arms, armour and costume. He identifies and differentiates the many different tribes, showing that their weapons and tactics varied. The resulting study should be welcomed by anyone interested in the archaeology and history of the region or in classical warfare as a whole. Buchnummer des Verkäufers PAS9781844158355

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