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Ancient Greece vs. Ancient Rome Military Strategy

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Jared Ren

on 23 May 2014

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Transcript of Ancient Greece vs. Ancient Rome Military Strategy

What is Military Strategy?
Military strategy is a set of ideas made by military organizations, to pursue desired strategic goals. Military strategy deals with the planning and conduct of campaigns,the movement and disposition of forces, and the deception of the enemy.
Ancient Greece Military
Ancient Greece became the premiere of their classical world. Through intense internal warfare they perfected heavy infantry tactics and when they were united they were able to defeat an invasion by Persia, the super power of their day. They used superior tactics, training and arms to defeat two massive invasions. Philip of Hellenized Macedonia, king of what the Greeks considered a barbarian kingdom to their North, learned and even improved the Greeks phalanx formation and eventually dominated Greece. His son, Alexander the Great, then took the
Macedonian and Greek warriors he inherited from his father and conquered the known world. Greek culture, called Hellenistic, became dominate from Sicily to India.
Greek Military Tactics
Ancient Rome Military Strategy

The Roman military was the most successful and powerful in history, dominating the Western world for over thousand years. The size, strength and organization of their infantry force wouldn't be equaled again for another thousand years. The Romans believed themselves to be descendants of Mars, literally the sons of war god. They were a proud and uncompromising people who above all else excelled at the art of warfare. The core of Rome's military strength lay in the professionalism of their heavy infantry. A force that was organized and reorganized as it evolved and adapted to survive the assaults of its mortal enemies, and conquer the Western world.

Ancient Greece vs. Ancient Rome Military Strategy
Ancient Greece Military Weapons
Military tactics have many names and styles. Attrition, querrilla, total, nuclear, and many more. Some of these tactics are old, and some are new. In the ancient world, many tactics were failed experiments, strategies that were to be forgotten and never practiced again-in other words they were garbage. Ancient Greece, which had some of the fiercest warriors of their day, had tactics of their own. These tactics were innovative and revolutionary, and established the foundation for some of the most successful and brilliant strategies today.
Ancient Greek Warrior
Rome Military Head Shield
Ancient Greece vs Ancient Rome
What is Better Greece or Rome
I think that Greece has made a better world for us, but Rome has also. Greece was a better city in my opinion all-in all. Rome and Greece both have different opinions on war and military strategies, that's the way it's supposed to be. If they both had the same strategies it would be a very boring fight or war. I think that that Greece has the best military strategies. Rome also has made a big difference on the military to this day. They have good armor for the military people. Even though that isn't apart of my topic, you should search up some of the clothes and shields they have. Like I said before, to me I think that Greece is better.
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