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It was a fantastic talk from @DrJEBall Keep an eye out for the video when it goes up, it is worth a watch!
This is going to be amazing. Battlefield archaeology, ancient warfare, @DrJEBall, what's not to love here! @womeninclassics @ancientwarfare @BattlesAncients @greekhistorypod https://t.co/acHJIkwnQKManu Dal Borgo@m_dal_borgo
This is going to be amazing. Battlefield archaeology, ancient warfare, @DrJEBall, what's not to love here! @womeninclassics @ancientwarfare @BattlesAncients @greekhistorypod
Looking forward to @DrJEBall on Warfare and Archaeology TOMORROW at the @WolfsonCam Ancient Warfare Wednesdays with @CezaryKucewicz at the helm.
One more smokin warfare lady! @womeninclassics 🏺🏛️⚔️
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Category Archives: Tangents
Book being read – No books being read today, just an awful lot of academic papers on the Amazon myths. In keeping with the new format of sporadic blogs that contain very little information about anything specific, I have been … Continue reading
Book being read: J. Sadler, Bannockburn: Battle for Liberty, (2008) I am doing a lot of work at the moment which, for one reason or another, seems to focus on female participation in war. It is an interesting topic really … Continue reading
Book being read: Ah, you have caught me between books! At the moment my thesis is taking up most of my time so reading, per se, takes a back seat. The only books you ‘read’ are for references, clarification of … Continue reading
Needless to say, studying history, I have a deep love and appreciation for books and bookshops . . . not always booksellers, but they don’t ruin the experience too much. A good friend of mine was part of the team … Continue reading