How to become a renowned general without winning battles: The case of Conon

Asmonti, Luca (2008). How to become a renowned general without winning battles: The case of Conon. In: Edward Bragg, Lisa Hall and Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis, Beyond the Battlefields: New perspectives on warfare and society in the Graeco-Roman world. Beyond the Battlefields of the Graeco-Roman World, Oxford, United Kingdom, (91-98). 2-4 July 2006.

Author Asmonti, Luca
Title of paper How to become a renowned general without winning battles: The case of Conon
Conference name Beyond the Battlefields of the Graeco-Roman World
Conference location Oxford, United Kingdom
Conference dates 2-4 July 2006
Proceedings title Beyond the Battlefields: New perspectives on warfare and society in the Graeco-Roman world
Place of Publication Newcastle, United Kingdom
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Publication Year 2008
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9781847185167
1847185169
Editor Edward Bragg
Lisa Hall
Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis
Start page 91
End page 98
Total pages 8
Language eng
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes Chapter 5

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