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The Romans were the world's first military superpower. Much of their success lay in the strength of their vast army of highly trained, ruthless efficient soldiers. Discover what made the Roman legions such a force to be reckoned with and find the answers to hundreds of questions, including: What was life like in an army fort? What was a 'tortoise' and how was it used in battle? Did the Roman army march on its stomach? How did the Romans manage to beat Hannibal? If you don't have access to the internet, don't worry. This book is a complete, superb, self-contained reference book on its own.
- 48 pages
- Published in 2008
Author: Ruth Brocklehurst
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