ANCIENT WARFARE XV-5 - THE SAXON SHORE
ENGLAND'S MYSTERIOUS DEFENCES
The Saxon Shore forts get their name from the Notitia Dignitatum and are among the most impressive Roman remains in Britain, but why they were built remains unclear.
Theme: The Saxon Shore
- Konstantin Nossov, 'The Roman forts of the Saxon Shore - Constructing defence'.
- Andrew Pearson, 'Welsh perspectives on the Saxon Shore - Cardiff Castle'.
- Murray Dahm, 'The Saxion siege of Anderitum, AD 491 - Ælle the king's men'.
- Simon Elliott, 'The fortified town at Rutupiae - Gateway to Roman Britain'.
- Martijn A. Wijnhoven, 'Clothing, arms, and armour of a Thorsberg warrior - From the depths of the bog'.
- Martijn Calleeuw, 'The function of the Saxon Shore forts - Defensive or deficient'.
- Ross Cowan, 'Warriors from Central Italy - Warlord and warbands'.
- Jo Ball, 'The tombstone of Rufus Sita - Riding into eternity'.
- Richard Taylor, 'Fighting in the Macedonian phalanx - Pike through time'.
- Valentine Belfiglio, 'Hannibal's pyrrhic victories - Unsustainable loss'.
- Mark McCaffery, 'Caltrops and <em>stimuli</em> - Watch your step'.
- Duncan B. Campbell, 'A formidable class of warriors - Horse archers in the Roman army'.
- Murray Dahm, 'The tom of the Lycian dynast Pericles - A phalanx in stone'.
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