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    Some of these may have been already posted, some of them I may have even seen posted here before going on hunting myself, but FWIW here you are...

    HALL, Jonathan M. Ethnic Identity in Greek Antiquity. 1997
    ROLLER, Duane W. Ancient Geography: the Discovery of the World in Classical Greece and Rome. 2015
    ROLLER, Duane W. The World of Juba II and Kleopatra Selene. 2003
    TAYLOR, Michael J. “Etruscan Identity and Service in the Roman Army 300–100 B.C”. American Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 121, No. 2. 2017
    TAYLOR, Michael. “Visual Evidence for Roman Infantry Tactics”. MAAR 59/60 2015
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    A video about the Phoenicians in Iberia. It's in spanish...
    http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/a...Np-ALRb6_H9bxU

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    In terms of primary sources relate to the Indo-Greeks, the Questions of King Milinda and the Yuga Purana are among the only works about their interactions with the natives of the subcontinent written from an Indian perspective.

    Mitchner's translation of the Yuga Purana is readily available through archive.org, however the most current academic translation of the Questions of King Milinda, done by Horner, is less so.



    Additionally I am surprised that that Arthashastra is not listed, as while it may have been finalized during the 3rd century it contains crucile information on how the governments of India may have functioned around the time period of EB.


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    What are the sources for the texts on the Roman families in the game (like gens Valeria, Cornelia, etc.)?

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    A quite interesting video about gladius here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfwAnnvgpf0
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    It seems I'm the only one to post new links...

    There's a very good series of lectures on Rome made recently in Edinburgh by prof Mary Beard.

    The Ancient World and Us: From Fear and Loathing to Enlightenment and Ethics

    she even mentions (lecture 5) "it goes down terribly badly among war gamers" - I let you to see yourself what and why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jurand of Cracow View Post
    It seems I'm the only one to post new links...
    Thanks for links and I´m sorry about inactivity - RL. But I´m trying to play new Seleukid EB2 campaign. And here are few books I found out recently:

    Patrick Alan Kent - A History of the Pyrrhic War (Routledge Studies in Ancient History). This title will be released on September 19, 2019.
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    In the same day Osprey publishing will publish The Army of Pyrrhus of Epirus by Nicholas Sekunda.
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    The Roman Republic and the Hellenistic Mediterranean: From Alexander to Caesar by Joel Allen.
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    Die Germanen : an interesting old (2009) documentary (in french)


    Except the lorica segmentata in the cesarian army, it seem's good.

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    Siedler der Przeworsk-Kultur bei Leimbach, Lkr. Nordhausen (Settlers of the Przeworsk culture near Leimbach, district of Nordhausen)
    https://s3.amazonaws.com/academia.ed...0ffae77e36470e
    https://www.academia.edu/11791301/Vo...BCdharzvorland

    Migration und Adaption. Ein differenziertes Modell zur Erklärung der latènezeitlichen Przeworsk Funde in Deutschland (Migration and adaptation. A differentiated model to explain the LaTène-like Przeworsk finds in Germany)
    https://www.academia.edu/7324167/Mig...in_Deutschland

    Rhein-Weser-Germanen: Bemerkungen zur Genese und Interpretation (Rhine-Weser-Germans: comments on the genesis and interpretation)
    https://www.academia.edu/7332615/Rhe...Interpretation
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    Gesellschaftsstrukturen in der Jastorfkultur (Social structures in the Jastorf culture)
    https://www.academia.edu/34871519/Ge..._Jastorfkultur

    Germanic Kinship Structure: Studies in Law and Society in Antiquity and in the Early Middle Ages
    https://archive.org/details/germanic...00murr/page/n5

    Warfare and Society: Archaeological and Social Anthropological Perspectives
    https://www.ssoar.info/ssoar/bitstre...pdf?sequence=1
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    Was wondering if anybody here had access to Randall Hixenbaugh, Ancient Greek Helmets: A Complete Guide and Catalog (2019)? Might be interesting for people here as well, though it is awfully expensive and the bloody Bavarian State Library doesn't own a copy yet... So if anybody has had the chance to look at it, please let me know if it's even worth considering to buy it

    There is also a short preview onine from some yars back:
    http://hixenbaugh.net/otherfiles/Ancient%20Greek%20Helmets.PDF


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    The Persian policies of Alexander the Great: from 330-323 BC
    https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/269...4a722532e7.pdf

    Seleucid Campaign Beards
    https://www.academia.edu/959661/Sele...2009_p._87-115

    A Revised Chronology for the Late Seleucids at Antioch (121/0-64 BC)
    https://www.academia.edu/15347294/A_...h_121_0-64_BC_

    Invading Mesopotamia, from Alexander the Great to Antiochus VII
    https://www.academia.edu/40250318/In..._Antiochus_VII


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    For any Pahlava player this is a very good (and short) introduction into the history of the Arsacid Empire.

    The Arsacid Empire, in T. Daryaee, King of the Seven Climes A History of the Ancient Iran World (3000 BC – 651 CE), Jordan Center for Persian Studies at the University of California, Irvine, 2017, pp. 125-153
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    Rome's Third Samnite War, 298-290 BC: The Last Stand of the Linen Legion (Mike Roberts, Pen & Sword Books, 2020)
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    Rome's Sicilian Slave Wars: The Revolts of Eunus and Salvius, 136-132 and 105-100 BC (Natale Barca, Pen & Sword Books, 2020)
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  16. #396

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weltschmerz View Post
    As far as I know, most names have been reconstructed using the comparative method and taking Ossetian as the source language. If you want to know more about what that actually means you can look at Lyle Campbell's Historical Linguistics, although it quite a long read.
    For Ossetian and Scythian, Vasilij Abaev's Grammatical Sketch of Ossetian and Harold Bailey's Dictionary of Khotan Saka (i.e.: the only Scythian language attested in scriptures) come to mind. Admittedly, not an easy read if you never studied linguistics.

    As for Scythian religious practices, most of what we know comes from the Histories of Herodotus - can't remember what book, sorry. Alternatively, Georges Dumezil's Stories of the Scythians, which draws from the Nart Sagas, Ossetian national legends and tales. I don't know if it's been translated into English, though. There's also a bit on religion in Ellis Minns's Scythians and Greeks.
    (Quoted from another thread.)
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    COLARUSSO, John (2002). Nart Sagas from the Caucassus. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press.
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