1. Auld-Yin


    This is a well researched book which studies the Roman Soldier, how he was recruited, paid, led and how he retired. While battles do form, part of life their service was not just one battle after another, so this looks at the life of the soldier. Much of what remains is written by officers but...
  2. M

    Vox Populi, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Classical World but were Afraid to Ask

    The title says it: almost everything that you might might want or need to know about classical antiquity is covered, or at least touched upon, here. Vox Populi represents value for money: a remarkable amount of information has been condensed into 277 pages, excluding the Appendices. At £12.99...
  3. BratMedic

    The Roman Barbarian Wars.

    The author has researched and studied this subject in great depth, his knowledge and ability to engage and keep the interest of the reader is accomplished and proficient. The history travels in chronological order from 391 BC to AD 17 and is well organised, the footnotes contribute additional...