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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP In the TMP Dawghouse09 Oct 2018 9:03 p.m. PST

…109 BC – AD 313 …

"Having just got back from a very enjoyable week of R&R in sunny warm Murcia on the Costa Calida in Spain and with a week of loft clearing and wargames room rearranging to look forward to getting stuck into I thought I should write up my impressions on a couple of books I have just finished reading which compliment each other rather well.

Two books reviewed for the price of one has to be a great deal especially when the review is free so off we go with a look at the Roman Art of War by C.M. Gilliver, published by Tempus Publishing Ltd, with my copy being an ex-library book in a protected cover first published in 1999.

With my own collection of 28mm Early Imperial Romans growing by the week and with games plans a plenty I have been really keen to capture in my minds-eye how a Roman commander would look to deploy in a given situation and what that should look like on the table when the figures are finally deployed for action…."
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