A Storm of Spears: Understanding the Greek Hoplite at War by Christopher Matthew

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A Storm of Spears: Understanding the Greek Hoplite at War

'“Indispensable reading for anyone interested in ancient warfare.” —The New York Military Affairs Symposium   “A well-argued, well-written and well-illustrated chance to think about the problem anew.” —The Historian   “A significant contribution to the field of ancient military history . . . will force historians to re-evaluate the pertinent primary sources and their own reconstructions of the equipment and tactics employed on ancient Greek battlefields. A Storm of Spears is now must reading for all military historians, classicists, and serious students interested in a reconstructive archaeological approach to ancient infantry warfare.” —Michigan War Studies Review  '
'“Indispensable reading for anyone interested in ancient warfare.” —The New York Military Affairs Symposium   “A well-argued, well-written and well-illustrated chance to think about the problem anew.” —The Historian   “A significant contribution to the field of ancient military history . . . will force historians to re-evaluate the pertinent primary sources and their own reconstructions of the equipment and tactics employed on ancient Greek battlefields. A Storm of Spears is now must reading for all military historians, classicists, and serious students interested in a reconstructive archaeological approach to ancient infantry warfare.” —Michigan War Studies Review  '
Publisher: Pen & Sword Books ISBN: 9781781594223 Pages: 360