Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World will disseminate recent research in volumes organized topically for easy reference while also setting the standard for such anthologies by aiming above the introductory level. The intended audience includes both scholarly specialists and non-specialists. Future volumes will not only draw upon current research, but will provide a venue for new and recent methodologies for understanding warfare in the ancient world. In this way the series will be a resource for a non-specialist audience too. Regardless of whether war is actually the “father” of any field, military history has remained popular over the centuries, both with authors and readers.
Series Editor: Lee L. Brice,
Western Illinois University
Editorial Board: Jeremy Armstrong,
University of Auckland Jessica H. Clark,
Florida State University Fernando Echeverría Rey,
Universidad Complutense de Madrid Matthew A. Sears,
University of New Brunswick