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Ancient Greek Military Theory and Practice. Aeneas Tacticus (I)
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The intention of this article is to present the oldest surviving work of military art of the Greek antiquity written in the mid-fourth century B.C. by of the author known today as Aeneas Tacticus. In 1609 Isaac Casaubon, its first editor, gave it the Latin title Commentarius de toleranda obsidione, How to Survive under Siege. Aeneas Tacticus was an experienced general on the battlefield, and had an equally solid theoretical training based on treatises of warfare which undoubtedly existed beforedoi:10.1515/kbo-2017-0128 fatcat:pas5uptlhbarlakuco7m2eiw5i