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Greek aims in fortification

A. W. Lawrence

Greek aims in fortification

by A. W. Lawrence

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Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greece.,
  • Italy.,
  • Turkey.
    • Subjects:
    • Fortification, Greek -- Greece.,
    • Fortification, Greek -- Italy.,
    • Fortification, Greek -- Turkey.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementA. W. Lawrence.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUG429.G8 L38
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 483 p., [24] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages483
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4217036M
      ISBN 100198148240
      LC Control Number80496677

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The article is the culmination of years (if not decades) of painstaking work reconstructing the courses of the various fortification walls of the city. Aigosthena (Ancient Greek: Αἰγόσθενα) was an ancient Greek fortified port city of Megaris, 19 km (12 mi) northwest of the ancient city of Megara to which it belonged.

It is also the name of the coastal settlement at the foot of the ancient city walls, also known as Porto ancient citadel which stands at the foot of Mt Cithaeron and extends down to the sea at the inlet of. The enceintes of these Greek city-states did not have to be very high or strong as city-state conflict was still decided by spear and shield, though some thought was still given to the science of fortification.

This book details the construction and ongoing development of the defences that protected some of the most illustrious sites in Greece. This book is a user-friendly grammar of Modern Greek. It aims to be a comprehensive navi-gator, which will help absolute beginners like you get inside the world of Modern Greek and explore it safely.

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Müth, P.I. Schneider, M. Schnelle, and P.D. De Staebler, eds., Ancient Fortifications: A Compendium of Theory and Practice. Fokus Fortifikation Studies 1 [Oxford ]). Evidence for the study of ancient Greek warfare is not distributed evenly across all periods.

In the course of the eleventh, tenth, and ninth centuries bc, iron was gradually adopted as a metal for making tools, ornaments, and, above all, weapons. The hoplite panoply seems to have been adopted in all parts of the Mediterranean where the Greeks settled, but its relative popularity and.

This is a quite good overview on the main topics about Greek and Hellenistic fortifications in Asia Minor from the "Persian Wars" (around BC, although the book includes items before this date and the First War took place from BC to BC ) to the Roman Conquest (BC ), with this being about the time when the Romans took over the Kingdom of Pergamon and made it into the Province of Reviews: 4.

Despite these shortcomings, this well-written book, with its useful catalogue and a mostly up-to-date bibliography, is a worthy read for any student of fortification studies and the origins of Greek urbanism.

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