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This book combines Men-at-Arms 283: ‘Early Roman Armies', Men-at-Arms 291: ‘Republican Roman Army 200-104 BC' and Men-at-Arms 46 ‘The Roman Army from Caesar to Trajan'. Rome held dominion over a huge swathe of territory and peoples by the 1st century AD, covering Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Yet the delivery, maintenance and administration of such power and riches were founded upon one thing alone - the military might of her army.
EARLY ROMAN ARMIES: Rome's Early History The Pre-Hoplite Army The Hoplite Army Early Cavalry The Expansion of Roman Military Strength Manipular Warfare Plate commentary REPUBLICAN ROMAN ARMY 200-104 BC: Introduction Infantry Equipment Organization of the Legions Tactics Other Arms The Roman Legion in Battle Bibliography Plate commentary THE ROMAN ARMY FROM CAESAR TO TRAJAN: Chronology Introduction The Compostion of the Army Entry, Training and Campaign Routines Arms and Armour Conclusion Plate commentary
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