Noble, Duncan. Dawn of the Horse Warriors
by Noble, Duncan.$ 27.00
Noble, Duncan. Dawn of the Horse Warriors : Chariot and Cavalry Warfare 3000-600 BC Pen and Sword Military 2015 Hardcover in DJ Like New /Like New Unused Octavo 190 pp
Chrystal, Paul. Women at War in the Classical World.
by Chrystal, Paul.$ 27.00
Chrystal, Paul. Women at War in the Classical World. Pen and Sword 2017 Hardcover in DJ Like New in DJ Unused Octavo 249 pp
Sheldon, Rose. Ambush Surprise Attack in Ancient Greek Warfare.
by Sheldon, Rose.$ 27.00
“There are two images of warfare that dominate Greek history. The better known is that of Achilles, the Homeric hero skilled in face-to-face combat to the death. He is a warrior who is outraged by deception on the battlefield. The alternative model, equally Greek and also taken from Homeric epic, is Odysseus, ‘the man of twists and turns’ of The Odyssey. To him, winning by stealth, surprise or deceit was acceptable. Greek warfare actually consists of many varieties of fighting. It is common for popular writers to assume that the hoplite phalanx was the only mode of warfare used by the Greeks. The fact is, however, that the use of spies, intelligence gathering, ambush, and surprise attacks at dawn or at night were also a part of Greek warfare, and while not the supreme method of defeating an enemy, such tactics always found their place in warfare when the opportunity or the correct terrain or opportunity presented itself. Ambush will dispel both the modern and ancient prejudices against irregular warfare and provides a fresh look at the tactics of the ancient Greeks.”
English, Stephen. Mercenaries in the Classical World to the Death of Alexander.
by English, Stephen.$ 27.00
“It will examine the role of the mercenaries and their influence on the wars of the period down to the death of Alexander the Great, who employed them and why, and will also look at the social and economic pressures that drove tens of thousands to make a living of fighting for the highest bidder, despite the intense dangers of the ancient battlefield. “
Alison Keith and Jacqueline Fabre-Serris . Women and War in Antiquity.
by Alison Keith and Jacqueline Fabre-Serris .$ 42.00
“The martial virtues of courage, loyalty, cunning, and strength were central to male identity in the ancient world, and antique literature is replete with depictions of men cultivating and exercising these .”virtues on the battlefield. In Women and War in Antiquity, sixteen scholars reexamine classical sources to uncover the complex but hitherto unexplored
Curtis. Excavations at Qasrij Cliff and Khirbet Qasrij.
by John Curtis.$ 22.00
John Curtis. Excavations at Qasrij Cliff and Khirbet Qasrij. British Museum Publications. 1989. Soft cover/like new. Quarto. Over 100 pages with maps, illustrations, and photos.
Potter. The Victor’s Crown.
by David Potter.$ 12.00
David Potter. The Victor’s Crown. Quercus. 2012. Softcover/like new. Octavo. 416pp.
Michaelides, editor. Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World.
by Demetrios Michaelides, editor$ 45.00
Demetrios Michaelides, editor. Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Oxbow Books. 2014. Hard cover Like new. Blue cover with white writing. Unused Quarto. 354pp.
Cohen. The Colors of Clay – Special Techniques in Athenian Vases.
by Beth Cohen.$ 25.00
Beth Cohen. The Colors of Clay – Special Techniques in Athenian Vases. Getty Publications. 2006. Soft cover/like new. Quarto. 371pp.
Shopkow. History & Community – Norman Historical Writings in the 11th and 12th Centuries.
by Leah Shopkow.$ 12.00
Leah Shopkow. History & Community – Norman Historical Writings in the 11th and 12th Centuries. The Catholic University of America Press. 1997. Soft cover/like new. Octavo. 327pp.
“By focusing on Latin historical writings in Normandy during the 11th and 12th centuries, the gap between broad theoretical treatment of historiography and narrow examination of single works is spanned.”