This volume explores Roman amphibious warfare from the assault against Carthage in 204BC, to the invasion of Britain in 43AD. It examines the nature, capabilities, limitations, and characteristics of Roman amphibious operations, within a framework conceived by the US Joint Chiefs of Staff. It should be of interest to scholars of ancient and military history, marine warfare, as well as those in military academies.
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