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Military institutions of Vegetius, in five books

Flavius Vegetius Renatus

Military institutions of Vegetius, in five books

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Published by Printed for the author, and sold by W. Griffin ... in London .
Written in English

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  • Military art and science -- Early works to 1800.

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    Statementtranslated from the original Latin, with a preface and notes by Lieutenant John Clarke.
    ContributionsClarke, John, Lieutenant of Marines., Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU101 .V4 1767
    The Physical Object
    Pagination211 p. ;
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6566649M
    LC Control Number14008337
    OCLC/WorldCa3177768

      The book includes the first three of his five book treatise but as the final two really only deal with specific matters that would have been hopelessly out of date by now, the omission is more likely to upset the professional historian than someone with an interest in the broader principles of Roman warfare. The books included are:Reviews:


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Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus, commonly referred to simply as Vegetius, was a writer of the Later Roman Empire. Nothing is known of his life or station beyond what is contained in his two surviving works: Epitoma rei militaris, and the lesser-known Digesta Artis Mulomedicinae, a guide to veterinary medicine5(42).

The Military Institutions of the Romans. Vegetius. Rating details ratings 45 reviews. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.

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When reintroduced, the military strategies of Ancient Rome flourished during the middle ages, becoming a fascinating read for some and a step by step guidebook for others. Vegetius decision to divide De Re Militari into several chapters, referred to as books, allowed the.

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The book has been divided into five sections, each dealing with one classical military strategist andor the persons greatest tome on strategy. The divisions are: Chapter 1: SUN TZU. Chapter 2: VEGETIUS. 45(10). The Military Institutions of the Romans, by Flavius Renatus Vegetius Jun 19 by Dave Mathwin Sometime in the early 5th century Vegetius wrote this simple and straightforward work, both a manual for a successful military and a plea for Rome to return to the values of an earlier time.

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The most influential treatise on military strategy between the age of the era was written by the Roman citizen Flavius Vegetius Renatus in (approx. Flavius Vegetius Renatus. Summary: Concerning Military Matters ("De Re Militari" in Latin), is a treatise by the late Latin writer Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus about Roman warfare and military principles as a presentation of methods and practices in use during the height of Rome's power, and responsible for that power.

The extant text dates to the 5th century. four books dealing, respectively, with the recruitment and training of soldiers, the organization of the ancient Roman legion, field strategy and tactics, and siege and naval warfare.

In some editions, the topics in Book 4 are separated, making five books in all. As a whole, Vegetius' treatise contains a wealth of practical advice for.

‎De Re Militari (Military Institutions of the Romans) is a work by Flavius Vegetius Renatus to the Emperor of Rome. It was written to present and explain the methods and practices which brought Rome to the height of its power and glory. Vegetius emphasized the .The Military Institutions of the Romans (De Re Militari - "Concerning Military Matters") is a treatise by the late Latin writer Flavius Renatus about Roman warfare and military principles as a presentation of methods and practices in use during the height of Rome's power.

Renatus emphasized things such as training of soldiers as a disciplined force, orderly strategy, maintenance of supply.