The Roman Barbarian Wars, The Era of Roman Conquest

The Roman Barbarian Wars, The Era of Roman Conquest

by Ludwig Heinrich Dyck

Hardcover, Paperback and E-edition

“It is popular history at its best” – Military Heritage Magazine

“As Rome grew from a small city state to the mightiest empire of the west, her dominion was contested not only by the civilizations of the Mediterranean, but also by the “barbarians”-the tribal peoples of Europe. The Celtic, the Spanish-Iberian and the Germanic tribes lacked the pomp and grandeur of Rome, but they were fiercely proud of their freedom and gave birth to some of Rome’s greatest adversaries. Romans and barbarians, iron legions and wild tribesmen, clashed in dramatic battles on whose fate hinged the existence of entire peoples and at times, the future of Rome.”-L.H.Dyck

Far from reducing the legions and tribes to names and numbers, the “Roman Barbarian Wars, the Era of Roman Conquest” reveals how they fought and how they lived and what their world was like. Through his exhaustive research and lively text, Ludwig H. Dyck immerses the reader into the epic world of the Roman barbarian wars.

First published through Trafford Publishing in October 2011, a revised edition of “The Roman Barbarian Wars, The Era of Roman Conquest,” has been re-published in 2015/16 by Pen & Sword Books, one of the U.K. ‘s leading historical publishers.

: “The Roman Barbarian Wars, The Era of Roman Conquest,” Trafford 2011 edition.
The Roman Barbarian Wars, The Era of Roman Conquest. Trafford 2011 edition.

 

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The Roman Barbarian Wars, Pen and Sword Edition

 

 “Dyck has produced an engaging, well-written book that not only discusses the campaigns and leaders of the period, but also gives a detailed look at tactics, clothing and weapons as well. It is popular history at its best.” – Military Heritage Magazine

“Dyck’s details of ancient battles and the people involved provide as much sword-slashing excitement as any fictional account.” – Kirkus Reviews

“Dyck has provided us with one of the few accounts of this period available to the general reader…the book is well written, researched and organized, and, above all, highly informative.”-Military History Magazine

“…the writing is colorful and the focus is on a brisk narrative of the various campaigns.”- Ancient Warfare Magazine

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