6 edition of Aineias the Tactician found in the catalog.
August 23, 1990
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||David Whitehead (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
Incendiary mixtures go back at least to the 5th century BC, when Aineias the Tactician wrote a book called On the Defence of Fortified Positions. Said he: And fire itself, which is to be powerful and quite inextinguishable, is to be prepared as follows. Pitch, sulphur, tow, granulated frankincense, and pine sawdust in sacks you should. Though a supporter of the Greeks, he intervenes in book twenty () to save the Trojan hero, Aineias, lest he be killed by Achilleus against destiny. THETIS: a sea goddess, wife of the warrior, Peleus, and divine mother of Achilleus. She foretold Achilleus' fate, intervened with Zeus on his behalf (bk. 1), mourned the death of Patroklos.
Aeneas Tacticus: How to Survive Under Siege following manner. A book or some other document, of any size and age, was packed in a bundle or other baggage. In this book the message was written by the process of marking certain letters of the first line, or the second, or the third, with tiny dots, practically invisible to all but the man to. Anger be now your song, immortal one,Akhilleus' anger, doomed and ruinous, that caused the Akhaians loss on bitter lossand crowded brave souls into the undergloom, leaving so many dead men-carrionfor dogs and birds; and the will of Zeus was done.-Lines Since it was first published more than twenty-five years ago, Robert Fitzgerald's prizewinning translation of .
Beausobre, Jean J. de: Commentaires sur la Défense des Places, d'Aeneas le Tacticien - Poliorceticus. - How to survive under siege / Aineias the Tactician ; translated by D. Whitehead, It is possible that this Aineias is the same one as the 'Aineias the Stymphalian' mentioned by Xenophon in his Hellenica book (a general of Arcadians). The entire treatise does not appear to have any kind of overall format, he tends to jump from one topic to another and it is almost impossible to create a 'table of contents'.
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“Tactical Advantages” a review of Aineias the Tactician, How to Survive Under Siege (London: Oxford University Press, ). Editing and also providing Aineias the Tactician book longer commentary than the work itself, David Whitehead provides the interested reader with a number of important insights into the world of 4th century BCE by: A volume in the series “Bristol Classical Studies” (now published by BloomsburyPress), Aineias the Tactician: How to Survive Under Siege is a very useful book for those doing ancient military history, and a good, often amusing read for anyone curious about siege warfare.
Aeneas Tacticus (Greek: Αἰνείας ὁ Τακτικός; fl. 4th century BC) was one of the earliest Greek writers on the art of war and is credited as the first author to provide a complete guide to securing military communications.
Polybius described his design for a hydraulic semaphore system. According to Aelianus Tacticus and Polybius, he wrote a number of treatises. : Aineias the Tactician: How to Survive Under Siege (Clarendon Ancient History Series) () by Aineias Tacticus and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(15).
Aineias Tacticus (mid-fourth century BC) is not only the earliest but also the most historically interesting of ancient military writers. Uniquely important, too, as a social commentator, he sheds valuable light on the nature of life and the psychological and strategic preoccupations of a typical Greek city-state (polis) at a time dominated by two extraordinarily atypical ones.
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“Tactical Advantages” a review of Aineias the Tactician, How to Survive Under Siege (London: Oxford University Press, ). Editing and also providing a longer commentary than the work itself, David Whitehead provides the interested reader with a number of important insights into the world of 4th century BCE Greece.4/5(2).
Reviews “Aineias the Tactician: How to Survive Under Siege is a very useful book for those doing ancient military history, and a good, often amusing read for anyone curious about siege warfare” – A. Nofi, Editor, The NYMAS Review, Stratey Page.
The work is now available in an excellent translation by David Whitehead: Aineias the Tactician: How to Survive Under Siege, A Historical Commentary, with Translation and Introduction (2 nd ed.) (Bristol Classical Press, ).
Given that the list of sieges continues to grow with each passing year, Aineias’ treatise reminds us that the study.
Aineias the Tactician (fourth century B.C.), the author of How to Survive Under Siege, is not only the earliest, but also the most historically interesting of the ancient military writers.
Providing a fresh translation of Siege, Whitehead illuminates Aineias's vivid descriptions of Author: David Whitehead. Aineias the Tactician: David Whitehead: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Aeneas. Welcome. This is the website for all things Aeneas Tacticus. Includes the whole text in Greek and English. Who was Aeneas Tacticus. Aeneas (or Aineias) wrote the first ‘how to’ book in western literature, the Poliorketika, or How To Survive Under lived in the fourth-century BC and provides us with a unique insight into the lives of Greek communities at his time.
Aineias the Tactician, author of the earliest surviving Western volume devoted to military strategy (How to Survive Under Siege, written in the mid-fourth century B.C.), was primarily concerned with how leaders should deploy available manpower and other resources to best advantage.
One of the tricks the Tactician suggests, to fool the enemy into thinking you have more warriors than you actually have, is to dress the city’s wives and mothers in men’s armor and helmets and have them parade around the battlements, carrying spears alongside the men.
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