Conflict in Ancient Greece and Rome: The Definitive Political, Social, and Military Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Sara E. Phang
  • Iain Spence
  • Douglas Kelly
  • Peter Londey
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  • ISBN-10: 1610690206
  • ISBN-13: 9781610690201
  • DDC: 938.003
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1419 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released September 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

The complex role warfare played in ancient Greek and Roman civilizations is examined through coverage of key wars and battles; important leaders, armies, organizations, and weapons; and other noteworthy aspects of conflict.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Conflict in Ancient Greece.
1: Introduction: Conflict in Ancient Greece.
2: Reader Information and Abbreviations.
3: Chronology of Conflict in Ancient Greece.
4: Guide to Related Topics: Greek Section.
Conflict in Ancient Greece Entries.
5: Abdera.
6: Abydus.
7: Acarnania, Acarnanians.
8: Achaea, Achaeans.
9: Achaea Phthiotis.
10: Achaean League.
11: Achaean League, Wars of.
12: Achaean War (146).
13: Achaeus (ca. 250–213).
14: Acragas (Agrigentum).
15: Acrotatus I (Active 330s).
16: Acrotatus II (d. 262).
17: Aegina, Aeginetans.
18: Aegospotami, Battle of (405).
19: Aelian (Aelianus Tacticus) (Active ca. 100 CE).
20: Aeneas Tacticus (Active ca. 350).
21: Aeschines (ca. 390–322).
22: Aeschylus (525–456).
23: Aetolia, Aetolian League.
24: Agathocles (ca. 361–289).
25: Agesilaus II (Reigned ca. 401–ca. 360).
26: Agesipolis I (d. 381).
27: Agis II (ca. 460–ca. 399).
28: Agis III (d. 331).
29: Agis III, Revolt against Macedon (331).
30: Agis IV (ca. 265–241).
31: Agoge.
32: Ai Khanoum.
33: Alalia, Battle of (ca. 540).
34: Alcaeus (b. ca. 620).
35: Alcetas (ca. 420–ca. 360).
36: Alcibiades (ca. 450–404).
37: Alcidas (Active ca. 428/7).
38: Alcmaeonidae.
39: Alcohol.
40: Alexander I Balas (b. ca. 173; Reigned 150–145).
41: Alexander I of Epirus (370–331).
42: Alexander I of Macedon (d. ca. 452).
43: Alexander II of Macedon (d. 368).
44: Alexander II Zabinas (Reigned 128–122).
45: Alexander III (the Great) of Macedon (356–323).
46: Alexander III (the Great) of Macedon, Bactrian Campaign (330–328/7).
47: Alexander III (the Great) of Macedon, Destruction of Thebes (335).
48: Alexander III (the Great) of Macedon, Indian Campaign (327–325).
49: Alexander III (the Great) of Macedon, Invasion of Persian Empire (334–327).
50: Alexander III (the Great) of Macedon, Thrace and Illyria Campaigns (336).
51: Alexander of Pherae (d. ca. 357).
52: Alexandria, Egypt.
53: Alliances/Allies (Symmachiai/Symmachoi).
54: Alyattes, King of Lydia (ca. 610–560).
55: Amazons.
56: Ambracia and Amphilochia.
57: Amompharetus (d. 479?).
58: Amphipolis.
59: Amphipolis, Campaign of (424–422).
60: Andocides (ca. 440–ca. 391).
61: Andrapodismos.
62: Androtion (ca. 410–340).
63: Animals in War.
64: Antalcidas (d. ca. 367).
65: Antigonus I Monophthalmus (382–301).
66: Antigonus II Gonatas (ca. 320–239).
67: Antigonus III Doson (ca. 263–221).
68: Antiochus I Soter (ca. 324–261).
69: Antiochus III (the Great) (d. 187).
70: Antiochus IV Epiphanes (ca. 215–164).
71: Antiochus VII Sidetes (b. ca. 159; Reigned 139–129).
72: Antiochus Hierax (ca. 260–226).
73: Antipater (399/8–319).
74: Antiphon (ca. 480–410).
75: Aornus, Siege of (327/6).
76: Appian of Alexandria (ca. 95–165 CE).
77: Aratus of Sicyon (271–213).
78: Arbitration.
79: Arcadia, Arcadians.
80: Arcadian League.
81: Archelaus (d. 399).
82: Archers (Toxotai).
83: Archidamus II (d. ca. 427/6).
84: Archidamus III (ca. 400–338).
85: Archilochus (ca. 680–640).
86: Archimedes (ca. 287–212).
87: Arête.
88: Arginusae, Battle of (406).
89: Argolid.
90: Argos, Argives.
91: Aristagoras (Late Sixth–Early Fifth Century).
92: Aristides (d. post–467).
93: Aristonicus (d. ca. 129).
94: Aristophanes (Second Half of Fifth Century).
95: Arms and Armor.
96: Arrian (ca. 89–ca. 180 CE).
97: Art (Ancient), Greek Warfare in.
98: Artaxerxes I (Reigned 465–424).
99: Artaxerxes II (Reigned 405/4–359/8).
100: Artaxerxes III (Reigned 358–338).
101: Artemisia (Active ca. 480).
102: Artemisium, Battle of (480).
103: Asclepiodotus (First Century).
104: Asia Minor.
105: Assassination.
106: Astyochus (Active 412/11).
107: Athenian Confederacy, Second.
108: Athens.
109: Athens, Alliance with Plataea (ca. 519).
110: Athens, Campaigns in Thrace.
111: Athens, Expedition to Cyprus (450–449).
112: Athens, External Conflicts (519–506).
113: Athens, Intervention in Egypt (460–454).
114: Athens, Naval War with Sparta (376–374).
115: Athens, Oligarchic Movements.
116: Athens, Restoration of Democracy (403).
117: Athens, Revolts of Allies (Fifth Century).
118: Athens, War with Aegina (ca. 500–458).
119: Attalus I of Pergamum (Reigned 241–197).
120: Attalus II of Pergamum (Reigned 159–138).
121: Attalus III of Pergamum (Reigned 138–133).
122: Attendants, Military.
123: Bactria, Bactrians.
124: Bandits.
125: Bithynia.
126: Biton (Third or Second Century).
127: Black Sea, Greek Cities of.
128: Boeotia, Boeotians.
129: Boeotian League.
130: Bosporan Kingdom.
131: Brasidas (d. 422).
132: Brennus (d. 278).
133: Bribery and Corruption.
134: Byzantium, Byzantines.
135: Callias, Peace of.
136: Callicrates (d. 149/8).
137: Callicratidas (d. 406).
138: Callimachus (d. 490).
139: Callinus (Active ca. 650).
140: Callisthenes of Olynthus (d. ca. 327).
141: Camp Followers.
142: Caria, Carians.
143: Caria, Greek Cities in.
144: Carthage, Carthaginians.
145: Carthaginian War, First (480).
146: Carthaginian Wars (409–367).
147: Carthaginian Wars (345–275).
148: Cassander (d. 297).
149: Casualties.
150: Catalogus (Katalogos).
151: Cataphractoi.
152: Catapult (Katapeltes).
153: Cavalry.
154: Celts, Invasion of Greece and Thrace (279/8).
155: Cersobleptes (Reigned ca. 360–342).
156: Chabrias (ca. 420–357).
157: Chaeronea, Battle of (338).
158: Chalcidian Confederacy.
159: Chalcidice.
160: Chalcis.
161: Champions, Battle of (ca. 547).
162: Chares (Active ca. 367–325).
163: Charidemus (d. 333).
164: Chariots.
165: Cheirisophus (ca. 440–400).
166: Chersonese, Thracian.
167: “Chigi Vase”.
168: Chios, Chians.
169: Chremonidean War (267/6–263/2).
170: Chremonides (Active 270–240).
171: Cimon (ca. 510–449).
172: Civilian Populations in War.
173: Clearchus (ca. 450–401).
174: Cleisthenes (ca. 570–after ca. 506).
175: Cleisthenes of Sicyon (Ruled ca. 600–560).
176: Cleitarchus (Fourth Century).
177: Cleitus (the Admiral) (d. 318).
178: Cleitus the Black (d. 328).
179: Cleombrotus I (Reigned 380–371).
180: Cleomenes I (Reigned ca. 520–ca. 490).
181: Cleomenes III (Reigned ca. 235–222).
182: Cleon (d. 422).
183: Cleopatra VII (69–30).
184: Cnidus, Battle of (394).
185: Coenus (d. 326).
186: Coinage.
187: Colonies, Colonization.
188: Colonies, Military.
189: Comics and Graphic Novels, Greek Warfare in.
190: Command Structures, Army.