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Discussions from Ancient Warfare Magazine. Why did early civilisations fight? Who were their Generals? What was life like for the earliest soldiers? Ancient Warfare Magazine will try and answer these questions. Warfare minus two thousand years.

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Discussions from Ancient Warfare Magazine. Why did early civilisations fight? Who were their Generals? What was life like for the earliest soldiers? Ancient Warfare Magazine will try and answer these questions. Warfare minus two thousand years.

    AWA149 - What do we know about the formations and tactics of the late bronze age?

    AWA149 - What do we know about the formations and tactics of the late bronze age?

    Murray answers this question from one of our patrons, Mythic Lore; 'What is known / reasonably theorised about the formations and tactics used during the late bronze age (Mycenaeans, Hittites, Luwians - Trojan War, etc)?'

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    AWA148 - What was the daily life of the legion like?

    AWA148 - What was the daily life of the legion like?

    Joshua, one of our patrons asks, what was day-to-day life like for the legions when they were not on campaign or actively involved in a war? Jasper tells us all about it.

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    AWA147 - Were Holy Wars monotheistic?

    AWA147 - Were Holy Wars monotheistic?

    Natasha asks, is there any pre-biblical examples of religious wars (if only justified by religions)? Or is "holy war" solely endorsed by a strong monotheistic religion?

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    AW146 - Breakaway empires of the third century AD

    AW146 - Breakaway empires of the third century AD

    'The second half of the third century AD saw Rome's military leadership embroiled in a deadly power struggle. Meanwhile, on the empire's frontiers, trouble was brewing...'

    The Ancient Warfare team discuss issue XIV.5 of Ancient Warfare magazine.

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    AWA145 - Were Philip and Alexander uniquely competent?

    AWA145 - Were Philip and Alexander uniquely competent?

    Murray tackles this question from Juan; It seems that Phillip/Alexander’s army was almost invincible but afterwards “Macedonian” style armies seem to be a lot more hit and miss (vs. Romans, Indians, Parthians, Celts etc.). Was this because Philip/Alexander’s troops were uniquely competent/trained or were the commanders after Alexander just not as good? I’m mostly thinking about the pike phalanx but if there’s any information on the light infantry or cavalry troops I’d love to learn!

    AWA144 - Caesar - ruthless butcher or Republican saviour?

    AWA144 - Caesar - ruthless butcher or Republican saviour?

    Jasper answers this question from Dag, what's the latest vote on Caesar? A ruthless man who butchered and enslaved women and children for his personal benefit or a saviour in terms of combating and changing a corrupt oligarchy?

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Guns&money ,

Interesting discussions

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