(Also see the listing of related Osprey military history references)
Battles of the Greek and Roman Worlds : A Chronological Compendium of 667 Battles to 31Bc, from the Historians of the Ancient World, by John Drogo Montagu (Greenhill Books, April 2000). Hardcover, 256 pages.
Penguin Atlas of Ancient History, by Colin McEvedy (Penguin USA, June 1986), 96 pages, softcover.
Warfare in Antiquity : History of the Art of War, Vol. 1, by Hans Delbruck, Walter J. Renfroe (Translator) (Univ. of Nebraska Press, April 1990). Softcover.
Warfare in the Classical World : An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Weapons, Warriors and Warfare in the Ancient Civilisations of Greece and Rome, by John Gibson Warry (Univ. of Oklahoma Press, Oct. 1995). Softcover.
Athens: A Portrait of the City in its Golden Age by Christian Meier (Metropolitan Books, Sept. 1998).
The Athenian Empire by Russell Meigs (Oxford Univ., Dec. 1979).
Sparta and Lakonia: A Regional History, 1300- 362 BC by Paul Cartledge (Routledge, Dec. 2001). Also available in hardcover.
The Wars of the Ancient Greeks and Their Invention of Western Military Culture by Victor Davis Hanson (Cassell Pub., Aug. 1999).
The Western Greeks: The History of Sicily and South Italy from the Foundation of the Colonies to 480 BC by T. J. Dunbabin (Ares Pub., June 1979).
Greece and Rome at War, by Peter Connolly (Stackpole, March 1998). 320 pages.
The Landmark Thucydides : A Comprehensive Guide to the Peloponnesian War, by Robert B. Strassler, ed. (Touchstone, Sept. 1998). 752 pages, softcover.
The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Greece, by Robert Morkot (Penguin USA, Jan. 1997). 144 pages, softcover.
Ancient Persia by Josef Weisefher (Taurus, June 2001). Softcover.
Alexander : A History of the Origin and Growth of the Art of War from the Earliest Times to the Battle of Ipsus, 301 Bc, by Theodore Ayrault Dodge (Da Capo Press, Apr. 1996). Softcover.
Hannibal : A History of the Art of War Among the Carthagonians and Romans Down to the Battle of Pydna, 168 B.C., by Theodore Ayrault Dodge (Da Capo Press, Sept. 1995). Softcover.
The Celtic Empire: The First Millenium of Celtic History, 1000BC - AD 51, by Peter Ellis (Carroll and Graf, Sept. 2001). Softcover. 246 pages.
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