Greek and Roman Naval Warfare tells the history of naval warfare; weapons, tactics, and strategy in a comprehensive manner that is very easy to read and understand and quite engaging.
The book covers the period from the Greco-Persian Wars in the early part of the fifth century B.C. to the battle of Actium in 31 B.C. covering all the major battles and campaigns that occurred during this era.
This Naval book of battles and war is in good shape, no rips or tears. Please note the break in the binding; all pages are firmly attached.
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Greek and Roman Naval Warfare is an excellent addition to your nautical collection or home library.
Book Dimensions: 10x8x2
We source from local estate sales in the Great Lakes Bay Region, only purchasing the highest quality books.
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