Rulers of the Sea - Maritime Strategy and Sea Power in Ancient Greece 550-321 BC
The ancient Greeks have always been credited with having a strong maritime and naval heritage, yet little scholarship is devoted to exploring ancient Greek sea power. Works that do exist either focus on naval and technical matters or are focused solely on Athenian sea power. Often sea power is ignored or denigrated in the works of modern scholars. Yet sea power theory has a long and rich history, and the Greeks themselves thought deeply on maritime matters. Using sea power theory as a...[Show more]
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