Ancient Warfare Volume XI Issue1
Ancient Warfare XI 1 - Archery in the ancient world.
Heavy infantry and cavalry often got the glory, but archers on foot and horseback often played an important role on the battlefield.
Theme this Issue: Archery in the Ancient World
- Murray Dahm, 'Archery in the Ancient World - Historical introduction'.
- Matasha Mazis and Nicholas Wright, 'The archers - Cretan mercenaries in Seleucid service'.
- Cristian Violatti, 'The crossbow in Qin China - Lock & Load!'.
- Paul Elliott, 'Pharaoh's bowmen - Archers in ancient Egypt'.
- Phillip Garland, 'Archers, backbone of the Neo-Assyrian army - Terror of my frightful weapons'.
- Nadeem Ahmad, 'The Sogdian heavy cavalryman - Traded wealth'.
- Matt Bisek, 'The Battle of Carrhae, 53 BC - Crassus' Parthian blunder'.
- Andrew Knighton, 'Archers in the Roman legions - Rome's forgotten fighters'.
- Melody Stach, 'A history of horseback archery - Shooting from the saddle'.
- Tacticus, 'The strategic use of bowmen - The art of tactics'.
- Dr. Mike Thomas, 'Facts and myths about Roman sheet armour - Lorica segmentata'.
- Gareth Williams, 'Evaluating some myths of Marathon - Strategy or necessity'.
- Joseph Hall, 'The first centurion - Marcus Caelius'.
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