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Hypaspist
Image by Johnny Shumate

Hypaspist

Hypaspist by Johnny Shumate For more illustrations email [email protected] If illustration is used, please credit my name.
Akrokorinth
Image by J.Irving 2008

Akrokorinth

Akrokorinth as seen from the second gate Fortifications dating back to classical times and used continually down to the Venetians
Bronze Illyrian Helmet
Image by Mark Cartwright

Bronze Illyrian Helmet

A bronze illyrian type helmet and gold funerary mask. Chalcidice, 530-510 BCE. (National Archaeological Museum, Athens)
Corinthian Helmet
Image by Mark Cartwright

Corinthian Helmet

A bronze 'Corinthian' helmet (6-5th century BCE). Olympia Archaeological Museum.
Crested Bronze Helmet, Rutigliano
Image by Mark Cartwright

Crested Bronze Helmet, Rutigliano

A crested bronze helmet, Rutigliano (Bari), southern Italy. 430-400 BCE. (National Archaeological Museum of Taranto, Italy)
Ancient Warfare Magazine
Book Review by Karwansaray Publishers

Ancient Warfare Magazine

Ancient Warfare​ magazine ​is published by Karwansaray Publishers. Located in the Netherlands, they concnetrate on providing a historical focus with "special emphasis... placed on quality production, original artwork, and current...
Ancient Warfare: Introducing Current Research
Book Review by Mark Cartwright

Ancient Warfare: Introducing Current Research

The purpose of this volume is not to offer a systematic overview of ancient warfare but, rather, to provide an update on the current research regarding various aspects of the subject.  As such it is an erudite and eclectic mix of Bronze...
Men of Bronze: Hoplite Warfare in Ancient Greece
Book Review by Caleb Curry

Men of Bronze: Hoplite Warfare in Ancient Greece

Many times when a reader picks up a book pertaining to a certain event or object in history, it is from one point of view that has either been influenced or created from other ideas to form one concise thought. It is only in other books from...
The Oxford Handbook of Warfare in the Classical World
Book Review by Mark Cartwright

The Oxford Handbook of Warfare in the Classical World

The Oxford Handbook of Warfare in the Classical World has a hefty price tag but as a compendium of stand alone chapters, each written by an expert in their respective field, the information packed within its 900-odd pages offers good value...
The Origins Of War: From The Stone Age To Alexander The Great
Book Review by Arther Ferrill

The Origins Of War: From The Stone Age To Alexander The Great

Contrary to popular belief, military history does not begin in Greece. In his book, The Origins of War, Arther Ferrill traces the development of war from prehistoric times until the time of Alexander. Ferrill begins his work in an unconventional...