ANCIENT WARFARE XV-2 - THE BATAVIAN REVOLT
ROME'S ALLIES PUSHED TO THE BRINK
Untaxed, but burdened by Rome's demands for ever more infantry and cavalry from their small tribe, the Batavians use the chaos of AD 69 to revolt. It would take the combined effort of nine legions to quell.
Theme: The Batavian Revolt
- Mark McCaffery - The year of the four emperors... almost five - The Batavian Revolt'.
- Isobel Clegg, 'Martial rape and the Batavian Revolt - Shameful behavior'.
- Jona Lendering, 'When Germanic warriors aren't Germanic - Tacitus' stereotypes'.
- Michael Zerjadtke, 'Germanic warriors and amphibious warfare - No barrier to battle'.
- Murray Dahm, 'The end of the Batavian Revolt - Mopping up'.
- Rada Varga, 'Ala I Batavorum Milliaria in Roman Dacia - After the revolt'.
- Ross Cowan, 'Securis, Bipennis, and dolabra in combat - Tales of the axe'.
- Murray Dahm, 'The Theban Sacred Band at Chaeronea - Buried in a brother's arms'.
- Roel Konijnendijk, 'Why the classical Greeks avoided pitched battle - Less danger, more profit'.
- Jo Ball, 'A Roman officer writes home (P. Mich. 8.465) - The privileges of rank'.
- Duncan B. Campbell, 'Looking after the weapons - The armorum custos'.
Interamente illustrato a colori
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