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Men of Bronze "The papers published in this volume resulted from a conference on early Greek hoplite warfare held at Yale University in April 2008." Full description

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Valuable addition to the debate 1 septembre 2013
Par Historian - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Although not really intended for the beginner to ancient Greek studies, for those readers who already have an active interest in the subject, this book is a delight. Consisting of a series of essays by the leading scholars in the field, the chief benefit of the book is that it presents very different and often conflicting interpretations for the origin and nature of hoplite conflict. The book will challenge you to think more deeply about the subject by considering these different and opposing views. In short, very much worth the money and time spent reading.
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How Much Hoplon Could A Hoplite Hump If A Hoplite Humped Hoplons? 13 juin 2013
Par Daniel Weitz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Gregory Viggiano, a staunch defender of the hoplite warfare theories of Victor Davis Hanson , and the esteemed Donald Kagan assembled the arguments in this book, which are the papers delivered at a Yale conference.
It is centered around discussions of three crucial questions:
1)The origins of the tactics and weapons of hoplite warfare.
2)The political, social and economic significance of the above.
3)The impact of hoplite warfare on Greek culture.

There is an introductory chapter on the Hoplite debate by the above, which goes in to the historiography of the problem, which extends back to the early 19th century in the massive history by George Grote. The chapters are as follows:
Arms, Armor, and Iconography by Viggiano and Van Wees
Hoplitai/Politai refighting ancient battles by Cartledge
Chronology by Snodgrass
Greek infantry fighting in the Mediterranean context by Raaflaub
The Hoplite Revolution by Viggiano
How Hoplites fought by Krentz; in which he rejects most of the "orthodox" interpretations of hoplite warfare arguing for a slow transition that allowed individuals to fight with personal style with small groups or individuals rushing ahead to fight, rather than a slow advance and formation fighting.
"How Much Hoplon Could A Hoplite Hump If A Hoplite Humped Hoplons?"....Practical limitations of arms and equipment by Schwartz
Greek mercenaries by Hale
Archaeological evidence by Foxhall
Farmers and Hoplites by Van Wees
The Holite "Narrative" by Hanson

This is well-documented and beautifully illustrated.
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A seminar between two covers! 15 octobre 2013
Par Arnold L. Roberts - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was very interested in reading about different conclusions from experts on the How, the Why and the What With of classical Hoplite warfare. The different writers presented the case for their viewpoints logically, cogently and with great skill. I used to accept Victor Davis Hanson's position on the subject as that of THE expert, but after reading "Men of Bronze" I think that maybe he overstates his case in some areas. The contributors certainly brought in other factors, such the date of the sources, the different interpretations of the material, and evidence from contemporary sources in the Near East and Egypt. Do I know how Hoplite battles went? No, not at all, but I certainly have a lot more background on the subject. I wondered if Re-enactment Groups might have something to add to the subject.
Good book, tightly written by a well-known expert 4 mars 2015
Par M.E.Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Donald Kagen is an expert one can't argue with (unless one is another uninpeachable expert, I guess.) Good book, important ideas. Some of them are controversial, but this work is a must-have for those interested in hoplites and the progress of warfare throughout the ancient period in Greece.
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Lively debate of alternative views (and interpretation of the artistic ... 2 juillet 2014
Par Anton Moscovitch - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Lively debate of alternative views (and interpretation of the artistic, historical and archeological record) regarding the rise of the hoplite way of war and its political antecedents/repercussions by some of the masters in the field. Both erudite and coherent, solid and eloquent.
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