Religion & Classical Warfare

A hard book to review this one. I don't think I really "got it" in all honesty. It's really well researched certainly and covers all aspects of how religion related to the Roman world of the period. That is also the problem, it reads like a collection of articles cobbled into a book. Each chapter has an author and ends with a long list of notes which only reinforces that feeling.


I think this is one for the real Roman enthusiast rather than the general or even slightly interested reader. I have given it 3.5 because it is well researched and as mentioned would be useful to an enthusiast or scholar of the period
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