Warriors of the Hellenistic Age

“When Alexander fell ill at Babylon, he was lord of a massive but fragile empire and commander of a large, experienced army, but lacked a ready heir. On his deathbed, the warrior king was reported to have said that his empire should pass “to the strongest” (Arrian 7.26.3, Diodorus 17.117.4), anticipating the violent struggle for power that consumed subsequent decades.” More

In this episode we’ll be looking at Ancient Warfare Magazine volume 9, issue 5 At the point of a Sarissa: Warriors of the Hellenistic age

To discuss the topic Angus is joined by Josho Browuers, Murray Dahm and Marc de Santis.