Table of contents for Roman warfare / Jonathan P. Roth.

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Contents
Introduction: Sources and Methods
Chapter 1. The Wars of Early Rome (beginnings to 343 BCE)
Chapter 2. The Conquest of Italy (343 to 264 BCE)
Chapter 3. The Army's Greatest Challenge: The Punic Wars (264-202 BCE)
Chapter 4. The Army in Republican Society
Chapter 5. Rome's Army Wins an Empire (202-133 BCE)
Chapter 6. Transformation of the Army (133-64 BCE)
Chapter 7. Caesar's Wars (62-44 BCE)
Chapter 8. Death Throes of the Republic (44 BCE - 30 BCE)
Chapter 9. Augustus' New Army
Chapter 10. Conquests of the Imperial Army (30 BCE - 68 CE)
Chapter 11. The Imperial Army as Society
Chapter 12. War and the Roman Peace (68 - 191 CE)
Chapter 13. Rome Struggles for Survival (191 - 285 CE)
Chapter 14. Rome Fights Back (285 - 378 CE)
Chapter 15. Half an Empire Falls (378 - 476 CE)
Timeline
Glossary
Glossary of People
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Military art and science -- Rome -- History.
Rome -- History, Military.