Greek Hoplite 480-323 BC by Nicholas SekundaGreek Hoplite 480-323 BC by Nicholas Sekunda

Greek Hoplite 480-323 BC

byNicholas SekundaIllustratorAdam Hook

Paperback | December 25, 2000

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The Greek hoplite, the archetypal spear-armed warrior, is perhaps the most prevalent figure in our view of the 'Golden Age' of Ancient Greek civilisation. It was during this period that the state began to take greater responsibility for military organisation, and the arming and equipping of its citizens. From the victory at Marathon over Darius of Persia (490 BC), through bitter inter-state warfare, to the rise of Philip of Macedonia and his son Alexander the Great, the hoplite soldier was in the front-line. This title narrates the life and experiences of the common Greek warrior, how he was recruited, trained and fought, and also looks in detail at how his weapons, armour, shields and helmets developed in the course of time.
Nicholas Sekunda was born in 1953. After studying Ancient History and Archaeology at Manchester University, he went on to take his Ph.D. in 1981. He has taken part in archaeological excavations in Poland, Iran and Greece, participated in a research project on ancient Persian warfare for the British institute of Persian Studies. He has ...
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Title:Greek Hoplite 480-323 BCFormat:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 9.86 × 7.26 × 0.17 inPublished:December 25, 2000Publisher:Bloomsbury USALanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1855328674

ISBN - 13:9781855328679

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Table of Contents

Introduction · Chronology · Arms & Armour · The citizen soldier · Organisation · Training · Motivation · Mobilising for war · The army on the march · The Hoplite Battle · Preparation · Deployment · The Advance · The Charge · Hand-to-hand · Pursuit · Aftermath · Bibliography · The Plates · Index