Archie's Double Digest 134 (July 2002) by Sid Jacobson, Richard H. Goldwater, Victor Gorelick, Nelson

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2007 6:40pm Compositor Name: ARaju INTRODUCTION critical of the Roman response to the Persian invasion, and he includes an enormous amount of circumstantial detail concerning the impact of warfare at the local level. Military treatises were a very different genre from these various types of historical writing, with the potential to provide a different perspective on aspects of war. The earliest of those produced in the late Roman period was probably a work entitled On Military Affairs (De Rebus Bellicis), authorship unknown and intended recipient uncertain, though most plausibly the emperor Valens (364–78).

Chapter 5 explores the human cost of conflict by investigating the experience of war in late antiquity from the bottom up – not just for combatants, but also for civilians in both urban and rural contexts, with specific attention to its impact on women. Chapter 6 pursues the social thread initiated in the previous chapter by examining the theme of soldiers and society from a number of angles. Discussion of the family life of soldiers is followed by an investigation of relations between military and non-military at different levels of society.

The emperor could not count on finding men of significant military experience for the major consular provinces and . . there was no deliberate attempt to ensure regular military experience of commanding troops . . The Romans had no military academy, no formal process for educating officers in ordnance, tactics, and strategy, and no systematic means for testing the quality of aspirants to top commands . . The length of time spent in commanding an army of several legions and auxilia was normally too limited to allow the development of a military hierarchy or specialized high command which could have provided a fund of military experience .

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