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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Murray is asked, 'I am reading about Spanish Conquistadors. Since they were unfamiliar with the land, they would capture local tribe members and force them to act as guides. On many occasions, the guides would deliberately lead them astray to be atta... more
Negrisan George writes, 'I Read about how the Dacians imposed high tribute on the Romans in the first century AD. I'm not an expert, but I think the Dacians were the only ones who received tribute from Roman Empire. more
Murray talks with regular AW contributor Jo Ball about her new book from Pen & Sword on the career of Publius Quinctilius Varus and the Teutoburg Disaster of AD 9. more
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I look forward to the weekly pods. Always informative and lively. Thanks guys!
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I’ve been subscribed for years now and the team always delivery in depth and informed discussions, supported by shorter single topic updates. Love the attention to evidence from documents, archaeology & modern recreations/ experiments.
8 years listening my question would be a crops of engineering of war for bridges roads arms production chain mail swords war horse catapults ballistics scale amor plate who built this do you think an average roman legionaries were skilled craftsmen. who mined the rock?how was this logistic feet done when you talk of these huge armies how do they they all get chain mail when the black prince was in France at best 8,000. Where the Roman infantry like medieval footman or man at arms squires bu... more
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