In the last years of the Roman Empire the infantryman who had dominated Greek and Roman warfare for centuries was gradually replaced by the mounted soldier. This well-illustrated guide draws on archaeological and iconographic evidence to examine the life and experiences of the Roman cavalryman, usually on the fringes of the empire, as well as equipment, the horse and landmark battles.
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(250mm x 185mm x 7mm)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Author Biography - Simon MacDowall
Simon MacDowall is a professional army officer with a life long passion for history. His hobbies include painting military figurines and wargaming. He has lived in England, Canada, Germany and Belgium as well as seeing service in Central America and the former Yugoslavia. He enjoys good food and drink, travel, wilderness camping and writing.