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Conflict in Ancient Greece and Rome

 

 
 
 

Greek and Roman Warfare

 

Conflict in Ancient Greece and Rome: The Definitive Political, Social, and Military Encyclopedia is an encyclopedia in ABC-CLIO 's military history series, published in 2016. CAGR surveys Greek and Roman warfare and other forms of violent conflict and conflict resolution (e.g., staseis, patricians v. plebeians, bandits and brigands, assassination, warlike peoples, treaties, victory monuments). The chronological scope is from Archaic Greece to the fall of the Roman Empire. CAGR emphasizes the ways in which Greek and Roman political, economic, and social structures supported warfare, as well as the causes and impact of specific wars.
The Conflict in Ancient Greece and Rome Greek volumes were edited by Dr. Iain Spence, Dr. Douglas Kelly, and Dr. Peter Londey. The Roman volumes were edited by Sara Phang.
The project is now complete. It comprises three hardback volumes; an e-book is also available.
CAGR is intended for college undergraduates, so its level of difficulty represents current views in classical scholarship without digressing upon controversies of interest only to professional scholars. Classical source citations are kept to a minimum. Articles provide further reading bibliography representing the most relevant and accessible current scholarship (in English only).
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