THE ROMAN WAR MACHINE VICTORIOUS II

PHILIPPI: TRICKERY, BRAVERY AND SUICIDE Playing tricks on the enemy was an excellent way of seizing the advantage, but it could have unforeseen consequences. In October 42 BC at Philippi, two years after the assassination of Julius Caesar, Antony and Octavian were determined to force Caesar’s killers Brutus and Cassius into fighting a battle. In […]

THE ROMAN WAR MACHINE VICTORIOUS II

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