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Greek and Macedonian Art of War (Sather Classical Lectures, Vol 30)
Frank E. Adcock
by Univ of California Pr
Written in English
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The Macedonian king fashioned a true combined arms force, streamlined the logistics of his army, and fashioned an up-to-date siege train. Perhaps most significantly, Philip wrought a new form of political organization, the Greek monarchy, able to direct this new military machine with a . Greek and Macedonian Land Battles of the 4th Century B.C. By separating myth from reality, these recreations provide incredible insight into past ways of war that continue to influence the course of combat today. About the Author(s) Fred Eugene Ray, Jr., is the author of numerous books and articles on the subject of ancient Greek warfare. A.
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Greek and Macedonian Art of War book author first describes the attitude of the Greek city-state toward war, and shows the military conventions and strategies associated with it.
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Macedonians (Greek: Μακεδόνες, Makedónes) are a regional and historical population group of ethnic Greeks, inhabiting or originating from the Greek region of Macedonia, in Northernmost Macedonians live in or around the regional capital city of Thessaloniki and other cities and towns in Macedonia (Greece), while many have spread across Greece and in Australia: c.
million. Macedonian Phalanx wielding the sarissa Battle of Chaeronea, BC: Macedonian Phalanx. The very nature of the phalanx required constant drilling, and both men demanded strict obedience; punishments would be meted out for those who disobeyed. Like Alexander after him, Philip required an oath of swearing allegiance to the king.
The author first describes the attitude of the Greek city-state toward war, and shows the military conventions and strategies associated with it. He then recounts how the art of war gradually evolved into new forms through the contributions of such men as the great commander Epaminondas, Philip of Macedon, his son Alexander the Great, and : Hauraki Publishing.
The Greek and Macedonian Art of War (Sather Classical Lectures #30) (Paperback) By Frank E. Adcock. University of California Press,pp. Publication Date: February 1. After the Greek Civil War a ban was placed on public use of the Macedonian language, and this was reflect in the decline of all Macedonian-language media.
The s saw a resurgence of Macedonian-language print including the publication of the "Ta Moglena", Loza, Zora (Macedonian: Зора) and Makedoniko lia: 81, ( census) – 90. Book. The Greek and Macedonian Art of War Details Author(s): F.
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Adcock, Frank Ezra. The Greek and Macedonian Art of War. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, The point of a scholarly book review is not to summarize the content of the book, but to situate the historical merit of the book and to evaluate critically the author’s purpose, thesis, contentions, and methods of analysis.
Macedonia (/ ˌ m æ s ɪ ˈ d oʊ n i ə / (); Greek: Μακεδονία, Makedhonía [maceðoˈni.a] ()) is a geographic and administrative region of Greece, in the southern nia is the largest and second-most-populous Greek region, with a population of million in The region is highly mountainous, with most major urban centres such as Thessaloniki and Kavala being Capital: Thessaloniki.
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Lots of books have been written about Macedonia, but many of them simply serve to justify the aspirations, propaganda, and the partition of Macedonia ofby the neighboring countries such as Greece.
The Greek and Macedonian art of war Item Preview remove-circle The city-state at war -- The development of infantry -- Naval warfare -- Cavalry, elephants and seigecraft -- The means and ends of major strategy -- Generalship in battle -- Appendix: the literary sources Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN COLLECTIONS. Books Pages:. Greek political power was concentrated in southern city-states such as Athens, Sparta and Thebes, until the Macedonian king Phillip .The Greek and Macedonian Art of War.
Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, The point of a scholarly book review is not to summarize the content of the book, but to situate the historical merit of the book and to evaluate critically the author’s purpose, thesis, contentions, and .The definition of Macedonia has changed several times throughout history.
Prior to its expansion under Alexander the Great, the ancient kingdom of Macedonia, to which the modern region owes its name, lay entirely within the central and western parts of the current Greek province of Macedonia and was consisted of 17 provinces/districts or eparchies (Ancient Greek: επαρχία).Membership: Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, North .