The Complete Roman Legions

The Complete Roman Legions The Legions Of Rome Were Among The Greatest Fighting Forces In History For Almost Half A Millennium They Secured The Known World Under The Power Of The Caesars This Pioneering Account Gathers Together The Stories Of Each And Every Individual Legion, Telling The Tales Of Their Triumphs And Defeats As They Policed The Empire And Enlarged Its Borders Part I Examines The Legions Of The Republic From Rome S Foundation To Caesar S Legions And Those Of Octavian And Mark Antony In The Civil Wars Part II Provides Biographies Of All Forty Five Legions From BC To The Third Century AD Part III Discusses The Legions Of Late Antiquity In The Declining Years Of Rome S Hegemony Datafiles On Each Legion And Detailed Box Features On Major Topics Complement The Text

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • The Complete Roman Legions
  • Joanne Berry
  • English
  • 13 April 2017
  • 9780500251836

10 thoughts on “The Complete Roman Legions

  1. says:

    The Complete Roman Legions, by Nigel Pollard and Joanne Berry, is a fine, linear assembly of the legions of Rome from the Republican Period, the Imperial Age, and the Late Antiquity, by number I found this book to be closer to what I wanted than Stephen Dando Collins s Legions of Rome q.v The type is painfully small the writing not so fluid and engaging The illustrations, arrangement, and information about each legion, however, are all absolutely top shelf.

  2. says:

    This is by no means a complete history of the Roman legions It is a general overview and an introductory work There are a few factual errors in the book, which detracts from its reliability There are many other books available with information and much greater accuracy, for example, The Complete Roman Army by Adrian Goldsworthy.

  3. says:

    I liked it A quick read that focused on the development of individual legions and their deployments exploits I enjoyed seeing how the different regions deployed and used their legions I d recommend.

  4. says:

    It is everything the title would tell you What did you want

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