Below are all the items that were published in March 2013.
What is it that makes warfare in the ancient world such a fascinating and rewarding subject of study?
Fortifications such as walls and gates seem to have had an obvious defensive purpose. But how effective were they in keeping the enemy at bay?
Anthony Snodgrass associated changes in Greek fortifications over the course of the Archaic period with the rise of the polis, i.e. the “city-state”. Does that idea have merit?