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The Role of Early Empire Roman Cavalry in the Defence of Tauric Chersonesos

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  title={The Role of Early Empire Roman Cavalry in the Defence of Tauric Chersonesos},
  author={},
  year={2015}
}
  • Published 2015
  • Cavalry is not the first thing which comes to mind when one considers the activities of the Roman army. Naturally, that way of thinking is also present in works which focus their attention on the defensive capabilities of Roman frontier systems. Even though turf ramparts, watchtowers and camp remains are given the attention they deserve, the arrangements designed for mobile defence which required cavalry use, have received less interest, mostly due to the blurred and sketchy picture provided by… CONTINUE READING

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