The Enemies of Rome

The scholarship available on the Enemies of Rome.

  • Allen, S. Celtic Warrior: 300 BC-AD 100, Oxford, 2001.
  • Allen, S., Lords of Battle: The World of the Celtic Warrior, Oxford, 2007.
  • Bagnall, N., The Punic Wars: 264-146 BC, Oxford, 2002.
  • Brzezinski, R. & Mielczarek, M., The Sarmatians: 600 BC-AD 450, Oxford, 2002.
  • Campbell, D.B., The Rise of Imperial Rome, AD 14-193, Oxford, 2013.
  • Campbell, D.B., Roman Legionary vs. Carthaginian Warrior, Oxford, 2018.
  • Cole, M., Legion Versus Phalanx: The Epic Struggle for Infantry Supremacy in the Ancient World, Oxford, 2018.
  • Coulston, J.C., ‘Roman, Parthian and Sassanid tactical developments’, in P. Freeman & D. Kennedy (ed.), The Defence of the Roman and Byzantine East, BAR International Series 297, Oxford, 1986, 59-75.
  • Coulston, J.C.N., ‘Tacitus, Historiae I.79 and the impact of Sarmatian warfare on the Roman empire’, in C. von Carnap-Bornheim (ed.), Kontakt – Kooperation – Konflikt: Germanen und Sarmaten zwischen dem 1. und 4. Jahrh. n. Chr., Neumünster, 2003a, 415-33.
  • Coulston, J.C.N., ‘Overcoming the barbarian: depictions of Rome’s enemies in Trajanic monumental art’, in L. de Blois, P. Erdkamp, O. Hekster, G. de Kleijn & S. Mols (ed.), The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power, Amsterdam, 2003b, 389-424.
  • Coulston, J.C.N., ‘Immortalising victory: votive weapons depositions in northern Europe and the Roman empire’, in A. Abegg-Wegg and A. Rau (ed.), Aktuelle Forschungen zu Kriegsbeuteopfern und Fürstengräbern im Barbaricum, Neumünster, 2008, 307-30.
  • D’Amato, R. & Salimbeti, A., The Etruscans: 9th-2nd Centuries BC, Oxford, 2018.
  • Farrokh, K., Sassanian Elite Cavalry: AD 224-642, Oxford, 2005.
  • Ferris, I.M., Enemies of Rome.  Barbarians Through Roman Eyes, Stroud, 2000.
  • Fields, N., The Hun: Scourge of God, AD 375-565, Oxford, 2006.
  • Fields, N., Spartacus and the Slave War 73-71 BC, Oxford, 2009.
  • Fields, N., Carthaginian Warrior: 264-146 BC, Oxford 2010.
  • Fields, N., Hannibal, Oxford 2011.
  • Fields, N., Boudicca’s Rebellion AD 60-61, Oxford, 2011.
  • Fields, N., Attila the Hun, Oxford, 2015.]
  • Gilliver, C.M., Caesar’s Gallic Wars: 58-50 BC, Oxford, 2002.
  • Goldsworthy, A., The Roman Army at War, 100 BC-AD 200, Oxford, 1996.
  • Goldsworthy, A., Caesar’s Civil War: 49-44 BC, Oxford, 2002.
  • Green, M. (ed.), The Celtic World, London, 1995.
  • James, S., Exploring the World of the Celts, London, 1993.
  • Jones, R. & Heckel, W., Macedonian Warrior: Alexander’s elite infantryman, Oxford, 2006.
  • Maenchen-Helfen, J. O., The World of the Huns: Studies in their History and Culture, Berkeley, 1973.
  • MacDowall, S., Germanic Warrior: AD 236-568, Oxford, 1996.
  • McNally, M., Teutoburg Forest AD 9, Oxford, 2011.
  • Nicolle, D., Rome’s Enemies: The Desert Frontier, Oxford, 1991.
  • Penrose, J. (ed.), Rome and her Enemies, Oxford, 2008.
  • Powell, L., Roman Soldier vs. Germanic Warrior, Oxford, 2014.
  • Powell, L., The Bar Kokhba War: AD 132-136, Oxford, 2017.
  • Salimbeti, A. & D’Amato, R., The Carthaginians 6th-2nd Century BC, Oxford, 2014.
  • Sheppard, S., The Jewish Revolt AD 66-74, Oxford, 2013.
  • Souza, P. de (ed.), The Ancient World at War, London,
  • Thompson, E.A., The Huns, Oxford, 1996.
  • Todd, M., The Northern Barbarians, 100 BC-A.D.300, London, 1975.
  • Trevino Martinez, R., Rome’s Enemies: Spanish Armies, Oxford, 1986.
  • Webber, C., The Thracians: 700 BC-AD 46, Oxford, 2001.
  • Webster, J., ‘Ethnographic barbarity: colonial discourse and ‘Celtic warrior societies’, in J. Webster & N. Cooper (ed.), Roman Imperialism: Post-Colonial Perspectives, Leicester, 1996, 111-23.
  • Wilcox, P., Rome’s Enemies: Germanics and Dacians, Oxford, 1982.
  • Wilcox, P., Rome’s Enemies: Gallic & British Celts, Oxford, 1985.
  • Wilcox, P., Rome’s Enemies: Parthians & Sassanid Persians, Oxford, 1986.
  • Wilcox, P. & Trevino Martinez, R., Barbarians Against Rome: Rome’s Celtic, Germanic, Spanish and Gallic Enemies, Oxford, 2000.
  • Wilkes, J.J., ‘Romans, Dacians and Sarmatians’, in B. Hartley & J. Wacher (ed.), Rome and Her Northern Provinces, Gloucester, 1983, 255-289.
  • Wise, T., The Armies of the Carthaginian Wars: 265-146 BC, Oxford, 1982.