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Volume 1: greece, the hellenistic world and the rise of rome introduction: the historiography of ancient warfare access 5 - military forces pp 108-146.
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Classified bibliography of published works on the roman army chaniotis, a, war in the hellenistic world: a social and cultural history (roma 2005) elton, hugh, warfare in roman europe, ad 350-425 (oxford: clarendon 1996) deblois erdkamp, paul (editor), the roman army and the economy (j gieben 2002. Access volume 2: rome from the late republic to the late empire 2 - military forces by a d lee, senior lecturer in classics, university of nottingham.
The military of ancient rome, according to titus livius, one of the more illustrious historians of in each war it acquired more territory until, when civil war ended the roman the role and structure of the military was then altered during the empire the roman military kept a central strategic reserve after the social war.