Dillon, Matthew & Matthew, Christopher (eds.) (2020). Religion and Classical Warfare. The Roman Republic. Yorkshire & Philadelphia: Pen & Sword Military

  • Alejandro Díaz Fernández Universidad de Málaga

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2022-10-07
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Díaz Fernández, A. (2022). Dillon, Matthew & Matthew, Christopher (eds.) (2020). Religion and Classical Warfare. The Roman Republic. Yorkshire & Philadelphia: Pen & Sword Military. ARYS. Antigüedad: Religiones Y Sociedades, (20), 444-455. https://doi.org/10.20318/arys.2022.6902
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