Warfare, State, and Society in the Byzantine World, 565-1204

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Contents
Preface and acknowledgementsvi
Abbreviations of journals and collectionsviii
Mapsx
Introduction 1
1 Fighting for peace: attitudes to warfare in Byzantium 13
2 Warfare and the East Roman state: geography and strategy 34
3 Protect and survive: a brief history of East Roman strategic arrangements 67
4 Organizing for war: the administration of military structures 107
5 The army at war: campaigns 139
6 The army at war: combat 190
7 Warfare and society 234
Warfare and society in Byzantium: some concluding remarks 275
Appendices
1 Weights and loads 281
2 Feeding armies: grain 284
3 Daily rations 287
Notes293
Bibliography369
Index377

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