Rome at War AD 293-696 (Essential Histories #21)
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Rome at War AD 293-696 (Essential Histories #21)

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In the early third century AD the Roman Empire was a force to be reckoned with, controlling vast territories and wielding enormous political power from Scotland to the Sahara. 400 years later this mighty Empire was falling apart in the face of successive problems that the rulers failed to deal with. In this challenging new volume Michael Whitby tackles the fundamental issu...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published November 13th 2002 by Osprey Publishing
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I nice overview. Some of the maps do not make complete sense, but text with images is useful as either an introduction or a review of the essential points of the time period.
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