KILEY Kevin F.: An illustrated encyclopedia of the uniforms of the Roman world. A detailed study of the armies of Rome and their enemies, including the Etruscans, Samnites, Carthaginians, Celts, Macedonians, Gauls, Huns, Sassanids, Persians and Turks
Englisch, 256 Seiten, über 670 Abbildungen, Karten, Glossar, Register, gebunden mit Schutzumschlag, Großformat
This book details the uniforms of the Roman army and its enemies, from the first decades of tribal warfare in Italy, through the republican and imperial periods, up to the end of the eastern Roman Empire. It includes expert insight into the army’s astonishing engineering feats, the discipline of the legions and the relentless expansion of the empire. Including information on the arms and clothing of the Carthaginians, Persians, Huns and Turks and other enemies of Rome, the book is a definitive and accessible visual study of the military dress of the period. There is also a fascinating history of the Roman’s artillery, siege engines and fortifications, and a special section on the founding and expansion of its navy.
Kevin F. Kiley, author, is a retired Marine Corps artillery officer, a graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point, and a veteran of the First Gulf War. An enthusiastic uniformologist, he has a masters degree in military history from Norwich University. This is his third title in the Lorenz Books uniform series. Jeremy Black MBE, consultant, is an expert in military history and has a impressive and sustained body of published work.