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John D. Grainger - Roman Conquests: Egypt and Judaea
18.03.2018, 14:23

Увлекателно описание на завоюването на Източното Средиземноморие от Рим: завладяването на Египет, Юдейското царство на Хасмонеите и арабските племенни царства.
- Завладяването на Юдея от Помпей;
- Габиний;
- Възходът на Антипатър и Клеопатра;
- Цезар, Ирод, Клеопатра и Октавиан;
- Как да бъде задържан Египет - новата римска граница;
- Арабската експедиция;
- Проблемът Юдея- царе и наместници;
- Юдейският бунт: Кампаниите в страната. Подходът на Веспасиан. Йерусалим. Последици;
- Границата в пустинята;

John D. Grainger - Roman Conquests: Egypt and Judaea, Barnsley (South Yorkshire), Pen & Sword, 2013- на английски език, от Google Docs,формат EPUB, файлът не е архивиран. Сваляне с ляв бутон (downloading by left button) от страницата на предоставящия сървър, после през бутона стрелка надолу/after by down arrow button.


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Egypt was the last of the Macedonian Successor states to be swallowed up by Roman expansion. The Ptolemaic rulers had allied themselves to Rome while their rivals went down fighting. However, Cleopatra's famous love affair with Marc Antony ensured she was on the wrong side of the Roman civil war between him and Octavian (later to become Caesar Augustus). After the defeat of Antony and Cleopatra at the naval battle of Actium, Octavian swiftly brought it under direct Roman control, though it took several campaigns to fully subjugate the whole country. These campaigns have previously been largely neglected. Judaea was a constant source of trouble for the Romans, as it had been for the Seleucids, the previous overlords of the region. The Romans at first were content to rule through client kings like the infamous Herod but were increasingly sucked in to direct military involvement to suppress religiously inspired revolts. Like the other volumes in this series, this book gives a clear narrative of the course of these campaigns, explaining how the Roman war machine coped with formidable new foes and the challenges of unfamiliar terrain and climate. Specially commissioned color plates by the renowned Graham Sumner bring the main troop types vividly to life in meticulously researched detail.

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