Warfare in Roman Europe AD 350-425 by Hugh Elton

Warfare in Roman Europe AD 350-425

byHugh Elton

Paperback | October 1, 1997

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Despite the importance of warfare in the collapse of the Roman Empire, there is no modern, comprehensive study available. This book discusses the practice of warfare in Europe, from both Roman and barbarian perspectives, during the late fourth and early fifth centuries. It analyses themilitary practices and capabilities of the Romans and their northern enemies at policy, strategic, operational, and tactical levels, and covers civil wars, sieges, and naval warfare. Dr Elton analyses in depth the issue of barbarization, and shows that it did not affect the efficiency of the Romanarmy. Other sections of the book discuss organization, fortifications, and equipment.

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Hugh Elton is at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut.
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Title:Warfare in Roman Europe AD 350-425Format:PaperbackDimensions:328 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.71 inPublished:October 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198152418

ISBN - 13:9780198152415

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Author Hugh Elton discusses the practice of warfare in Europe, from both Roman and barbarian perspectives, in the late fourth and early fifth centuries. He analyzes the military practices and capabilities of the Romans and their northern enemies at political, strategic, operational, and tactical levels, and covers civil wars, sieges, and naval warfare. 23 figures

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`Authoritative view of the late army... and a ... balanced one.'Duncan Campbell. The Later Roman Army.