Roma contro Cartagine. La panoplia di un console durante la seconda guerra punica [ebook]
Author: Corrado Re
A peculiar research, written by Corrado Re, about an apparently simple but actually not so easy theme: how were Roman consuls armed and dressed during the Second Punic War?
An exploration through the Roman world, between a strong tradition of Italic origin and the new, strong Hellenistic influence. Two lines that shape in totally different way the armed figures of the consul, the highest rank of the Roman Republic. A new way to see, in an highly historical manner and through a deep analysis of the available sources, the look of historical figures such as Marcus Claudius Marcellus, Lucius Aemilius Paulus and Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus.
A digital volume that you cannot miss from your collection.
Pictures of archaeological finds and visual sources
Graphical reconstructions by the author
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