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This front matter section of this book titled New Perspectives on Ancient Warfare contains the table of contents, a list of abbreviations, a list of illustrations and the acknowledgement. The chapters collected in the book represent a variety of new perspectives on ancient warfare that approach the phenomenon from different directions and, contribute to the ongoing discussion in engaging and significant ways. It highlights aspects of military history that have often been rendered isolated, such as the forms of Carthaginian or Achaemenid warfare, and to set them alongside analyses of more familiar (Greek and Roman) matters. Ultimately the goal is to fuel further debate and research into warfare in the ancient world, a topic the health and vibrancy of which is amply illustrated by the intellectual diversity exhibited in these chapters.

Keywords: ancient warfare; ancient world; military history

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