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The Roman art of war under the republic (Martin classical lectures)

F. E Adcock

The Roman art of war under the republic (Martin classical lectures)

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Published by Barnes & Noble Books .
Written in English


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ISBN 100389205702
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The book also contains a fine range of illustrations, an Appendix of all the key Roman military treatises and a full Glossary of key technical terms.

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The Roman art of war under the Republic by Adcock, F. (Frank E.), Publication date Topics Military art and science, Armed Forces, The Roman art of war under the republic book art and science Publisher Cambridge, Eng.: W. Heffer ; New York: Barnes & Noble Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

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