THE BATTLES OF ANTIOCHUS THE GREAT: The Failure of Combined Arms at Magnesia That Handed the World to Rome
A detailed study of the battlefield command of Antiochus III, one of the most powerful and significant leaders of his era. The various components of the Seleucid army, their strengths and weaknesses and how these complimented each other (or should have done) are discussed. Explains how, despite many advantages, Antiochus often failed to unlock the potential of the forces at his disposal. Photos.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1911767