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Warfare in Classical Greece
Collection by Mark Cartwright

Warfare in Classical Greece

The ancient Greek city-states were in a constant rivalry for land, resources and power which meant that warfare became an ever-present aspect of life. Athens and Sparta were famous rivals throughout the Classical period but other cities like...
Ancient Chinese Warfare
Video by Documentary Warehouse

Ancient Chinese Warfare

A documentary on warfare in ancient China.
History Of Warfare - The Spanish Armada - Full Documentary
Video by Documentary Base

History Of Warfare - The Spanish Armada - Full Documentary

History Of Warfare - The Spanish Armada - Full Documentary The Spanish Armada was an enormous 130-ship naval fleet dispatched by Spain in 1588 as part of a planned invasion of England. Following years of hostilities between Spain and England...
Chariot Warfare in the Ancient Near East
Image by Ancient Warfare Magazine/ Karwansaray Publishers

Chariot Warfare in the Ancient Near East

An illustration of what chariot warfare looked like in the ancient Near East. Illustration by by Zvonimir Grbasic.
Ancient Desert Warfare
Image by The Creative Assembly

Ancient Desert Warfare

An artist's impression of ancient desert warfare in northern Africa, in this case depicting the Kushite army doing battle with the Masaesyli. The kingdom of Kush, situated in northern Africa, flourished between c. 1069 BCE and 350 CE, while...
Chariot Warfare in Ancient India
Image by G41rn8

Chariot Warfare in Ancient India

This sculpture made during the period of the Chalukyas of Vatapi (6th century CE to 8th century CE) shows a scene from the Mahabharata. Here, a combat scene involving chariot warriors, archers, swordsmen, elephants, and a fallen combatant...
Roman Warfare & Battles
Quiz by Marion Wadowski

Roman Warfare & Battles

Roman warfare Auxilary Centurion Clementia Concave Concilium Convex Corvus Dictator Disciplina Militaris Gladius Hastati Imperialism Legioniaries Legion Maniples Mercenary Principes Pyrrhic Victory Sacramentum Scutum Siege Testudo Triarii...
Siege Warfare
Image by The Creative Assembly

Siege Warfare

An artist's rendition of what a siege attack may have looked like in the ancient world.
Warfare Scene, Balawat Gate
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Warfare Scene, Balawat Gate

Detail of the bronze casing of the Balawat gate. From Balawat (Imgur-Enlil), northern Mesopotamia, Iraq. Neo-Assyrian Period, reign of King Shalmaneser III, 858-824 BCE. (The British Museum, London)
Warfare & Battles in Ancient Greece
Quiz by Patrick Goodman

Warfare & Battles in Ancient Greece

Darius I Cosmopolitan Delian League Diadochi Hoplite Hoplon Ionian Revolt Leonidas I Mardonius Miltiades Oblique Infantry Deployment Peace of Callias Pelopponesian League Phalanx Satrap Successor Themistocles Trireme Xerxes I