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Aineias the Tactician: How to Survive Under Siege por Aeneas DJVU FB2 EPUB
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    4.67 de 5 (318 votos)
  • Título Original: Aineias the Tactician: How to Survive Under Siege
  • Autor del libro: Aeneas
  • ISBN: 978-1853996276
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:236
  • Realese fecha:1983-02-14
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  • Tamaño de Archivo: 14.67 Mb
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Aineias the Tactician: How to Survive Under Siege por Aeneas Libro PDF, EPUB

The author, in the mid-fourth century BC, of "How to Survive Under Siege", Aineias the Tactician is not only the earliest but also the most historically interesting of the ancient military writers. The last 20 years have witnessed a growing appreciation of his importance as a social commentator on the nature of life and the strategic and psychological preoccupations in a t The author, in the mid-fourth century BC, of "How to Survive Under Siege", Aineias the Tactician is not only the earliest but also the most historically interesting of the ancient military writers. The last 20 years have witnessed a growing appreciation of his importance as a social commentator on the nature of life and the strategic and psychological preoccupations in a typical Greek city-state at a time dominated by two extraordinary and untypical ones, Athens and Sparta. In Aineias we see what conditions were like in a "polis" obliged to play the passive role in the history of its age: not laying siege but suffering it. His recommendations on this clearly derive from his own accumulated experience, but he also draws copious illustrative material from other writers including Herodotus and Thucydides. The author provides a comprehensive introduction and a full historical commentary.