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    @Jurand of Cracow: Great find - looks like very interesting title thanks for sharing.


    @ Sarkiss: Thanks for the review. Personally, I haven't bought this book yet. It seems to me that it is not possible to properly capture all the Hellenistic armies in such a short book. After your preview I will delete it from my wishlist


    Few things for Hellenistic fans:


    Beyond Alexandria: Literature and Empire in the Seleucid World by Marijn S. Visscher. It looks like a very interesting book:
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    Article for Ptolemaic fans:
    https://www.academia.edu/4662183/Rec..._in_Alexandria

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    Interesting videos about swords in use by the Romans (ENG sub included):
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...nomyIGrwggTAzJ
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    I've read the first page, and it looks like an interesting article! Thanks for sharing it Jurand!
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    Few articles I read these days:

    Reassessing the Proficiency of Celtic Military Forces c. 100 BC-100 AD by Dewi Bevan:
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    The Parthians' Unique Mode of Warfare: A Tradition of Parthian Militarism and the Battle of Carrhae by Nikolaus L Overtoom:
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    The struggle for the seleucid succession, 94-92 BC : a new tetradrachm of Antiochus XI and Philip I of Antioch by Arthur Houghton:
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    There is a public event about reenactment and archaeology movies with a public poll. The event is from France:
    https://www.rencontres-archeologie.c...s-100-en-ligne

    One of those movies is about the Gauls during the Gallic Wars and is available with English subtitles:
    https://vimeo.com/453766031

    This is made by a well-known reenactment group, Les Ambiani.
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    I foud this book called The Hellenistic Gulf: Greek Naval Presence in South Mesopotamia and the Gulf (324-64 B.C.) by Andreas P Parpas:
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    Has anyone read it? Is it good book?

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    Guys, does anyone is interested to read something about the Bosporan Kingdom?
    I can put here some stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paerisades View Post
    Guys, does anyone is interested to read something about the Bosporan Kingdom?
    I can put here some stuff.
    Sure, I have only The army of the Bosporan Kingdom by Mariusz Mielczarek. Recently I have been interested in the client kingdoms of Rome and their armed forces

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paerisades View Post
    Guys, does anyone is interested to read something about the Bosporan Kingdom?
    I can put here some stuff.
    Yes please! I'd love that. I only have the army of the Bosporan Kingdom, too.

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