Taken at the flood : the Roman Conquest of Greece /
In an absorbing account of a critical chapter in Rome's mastery of the Mediterranean, Robin Waterfield reveals the peculiar nature of Rome's eastern policy. For over seventy years, the Romans avoided annexation so that they could commit their military and financial resources to the fight a...
New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Ancient warfare and civilization.
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