In the Name of Rome

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Rome's generals, who were appointed because of their political success, received no formal training for command. So how did men such as Caesar and Scipio win the victories that created and maintained the empire? From campaigns against Hannibal in the third century BCE to Belisarius' desperate efforts to regain the western empire in the sixth century CE, this history of Roman warfare focuses on the skills used by individual leaders to control their forces.

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In the Name of Rome

In the Name of Rome

The Men Who Won the Roman Empire

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Rome's generals, who were appointed because of their political success, received no formal training for command. So how did men such as Caesar and Scipio win the victories that created and maintained the empire? From campaigns against Hannibal in the third century BCE to Belisarius' desperate efforts to regain the western empire in the sixth century CE, this history of Roman warfare focuses on the skills used by individual leaders to control their forces.

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