The anatomy of a mercenary: from Archilochoas to Alexander

by Jan van der Crabben October 24, 2011 Uncategorized 0 Comments

The anatomy of a mercenary: from Archilochoas to Alexander

By Nicholas Fields

PhD Dissertation, University of Newcastle, 1994

Abstract: Xenophon, who marched so many perilous Persian parasangs as a soldier-of-fortune and survived… [continue reading]

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