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    New image from the page I linked in my previous post. SNEK stahp! SNEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK!

    I recommend a pugio rather than a spear, because in close quarters combat, a dagger will serve you better than a spear.

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    I recommend a pugio rather than a spear, because in close quarters combat, a dagger will serve you better than a spear.

    Rad, 2016.

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    I'm not sure if this book was already mentioned:
    The Parthian and Early Sasanian Empires: Adaptation and Expansion (British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monograph Series), Oxbow 2014 - first several chapters are devoted to the Parthians in 3-1 centuries, including considerations on the use of the elephants on the battlefield.

    There's a very new textbook on the Iranian history produced by well-known author Touraj Daryaee. It's probably a too general for the seasoned EBII Pahlava players, but for the new to the subject it may be just perfect:
    King of the Seven Climes: A History of the Ancient Iranian World (3000 BCE - 651 CE), April 2017.
    For those who want to play a historical mod in a medieval setting:
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    Pros and cons of having Merchants in an M2TW mod.
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    Dominant strategy in Attila TW and Rome 2 TW: “Sniping groups of armies”.

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    A new book on Dura Europos during the Parthian times:
    T. Kaizer (ed.), Religion, Society and Culture at Dura-Europos, YCS, 38, 2016, Cambridge University Press.

    On the internet at least one article is available:
    https://www.academia.edu/795801/Dura...ress_pp._16-29
    It describes the political situation of a hellenistic polis under a Parthian rule - I think it's much pertinent to the EBII.

    Very interesting and very expensive new book on three provinces present in the EB:
    Michał Marcian, Sophene, Gordyene, and Adiabene. Three Regna Minora of Northern Mesopotamia Between East and West, Brill 2017.
    Main themes are to be found on the academia.edu webpages of the author, unfortunatelly, he keeps his work behind the paywall.
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    Hello. Does anyone know if there is a good book on Bosporan Kingdom's armies and warfare other than Mielczarek's one? Where did the developers get the historical background for the bosporan armies from? Is there a specific book or a better one? I'd like to buy one but Mielczarek's one is out of stock or not very cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perroelo View Post
    Hello. Does anyone know if there is a good book on Bosporan Kingdom's armies and warfare other than Mielczarek's one? Where did the developers get the historical background for the bosporan armies from? Is there a specific book or a better one? I'd like to buy one but Mielczarek's one is out of stock or not very cheap.
    Unfortunately, I don't know any, but on the webpage on the Pontic studies in Aarhus you may find something interesting for you (even if it's not related to military), if you're interested in Pontos.
    For those who want to play a historical mod in a medieval setting:
    try either the Stainless Steel Historical Improvement Project + minimods,
    or the Broken Crescent + Buff and Shine submod.
    ..........................................................................................................................................................................
    Reviews of the mods: SSHIP (2018), Wrath of the Norsemen (2018), Broken Crescent (2018).
    Minimods for the SSHIP: Generals Traits, Provincial Titles, Crowns.
    Short guides for the SSHIP: population growth, forts and watchtowers.
    Pros and cons of having Merchants in an M2TW mod.
    Home rules for playing a game without exploiting the M2TW engine deficiencies.
    Dominant strategy in Attila TW and Rome 2 TW: “Sniping groups of armies”.

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    Thanks. I'll keep on looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jurand of Cracow View Post
    Unfortunately, I don't know any, but on the webpage on the Pontic studies in Aarhus you may find something interesting for you (even if it's not related to military), if you're interested in Pontos.
    yes, Pontus and Black Sea basin in general.

    lots has been published in Russian. dont know how helpful it is and how much of it got translated into English but lots of Soviet and later Russian and Ukraninan scholarship is focused on Bosphoran Greeks/kingdom. as an example see Ju. A. Vinogradov, V. A. Goroncharovskiy, War History and Warfare of the Cimmerian Bosporus (6th century BC – middle of the 3rd century AD) St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Philology St. Petersburg, 2008.
    again, it is in Russia and there is more where it came from - many works on the area during Hellenistic period, local numismatics etc.

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    I've found this picture on google but I can't find its source, does anyone recognize it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perroelo View Post
    I've found this picture on google but I can't find its source, does anyone recognize it?

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    I think it is from Sarmatians : https://ospreypublishing.com/the-sar...0-bc-ad-450-pb

    I believe it was make by Gerry Ambelton, illustrator and researcher of historical costume, who has made a lot of those. here are some other ilustrations :

    https://www.theapricity.com/forum/sh...Warriors/page2

    This information might be wrong, I dont have that book.

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    Greetings after a long time.

    New Grainger´s book called Kings and Kingship in the Hellenistic World 350 – 30 BC is available now. Published by Pen and Sword books.

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    Another Pen and Sword book which I want to read is called Early Roman Warfare: From the Regal Period to the First Punic War by Jeremy Armstrong. It looks like a very interesting book.

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    Also I found another very interesting book about Republican Rome in EB timeframe called Rome at War: Farms, Families, and Death in the Middle Republic by Nathan Rosenstein, which I received few days ago. It looks very interesting so far.

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    Another book I found is called Benefactors, Kings, Rulers: Studies on the Seleukid Empire between East and West by D. Engels. Quite an expensive one

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    And the last one I found these days is called Polis Expansion and Elite Power in Hellenistic Karia by Jeremy LaBuff. The book was released few days ago. The book was published by Lexington Books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourMadDoc View Post
    I think it is from Sarmatians : https://ospreypublishing.com/the-sar...0-bc-ad-450-pb

    I believe it was make by Gerry Ambelton, illustrator and researcher of historical costume, who has made a lot of those. here are some other ilustrations :

    https://www.theapricity.com/forum/sh...Warriors/page2

    This information might be wrong, I dont have that book.
    Thank you very much!

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    I've found a nice book on sakan history, although it lacks maps. Check it out http://www.sino-platonic.org/complet...0_saka_sai.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perroelo View Post
    I've found a nice book on sakan history, although it lacks maps. Check it out http://www.sino-platonic.org/complet...0_saka_sai.pdf
    Thanks for the interesting link.


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    the long awaited (by me) Landmark Julius Caesar: The Complete Works has been recently released. great news for those a bit skint (but not for those of us who prefer old style hard copies) is that there are free supplementary essays for this book that havent been included in the volume - over 300 pages worth of various academic article covering a range of topics - all available online for free. these came in a web essays format and can be downloaded here.
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    your provided link for the Books is dead, please edit it, can find some alternatives here https://toptenalternatives.co/bookzz/

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    Tales of High Priests and Taxes: The Books of the Maccabees and the Judean Rebellion Against Antiochos IV (Hellenistic Culture and Society)

    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon....015-08-07.html
    http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2015/2015-08-07.html
    https://www.academia.edu/17218358/HO...75426915000634
    Some helpful previews

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perroelo View Post
    I've found a nice book on sakan history, although it lacks maps. Check it out http://www.sino-platonic.org/complet...0_saka_sai.pdf
    That's very interesting! +rep
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    I don't know if you have discussed it before but, has anyone read Patricia Southern's "The roman army: A History 753 BC - AD 476"? What do you think about it? I haven't seen it in the main bibliography page. https://www.amazon.com/Roman-Army-Hi.../dp/1445620898

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    For those that have an interest about etymology, ethnonyms and exonyms of ancient tribes:
    Germani as a Translation of Sciri
    https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/ind...243185.151.xml

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