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

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Acheloos, battle of 212
Ad Decimum, battle of 195
Adrianople 85
siege of 185, 187
Aelian 37
Aeneas Tacticus 37
Agathias
Roman battle 194
siege warfare 187
troop numbers 99 - 100
alakatia136
Alexander the Great 288, 292
Alexios Branas (commander) 104, 153
Alexios I Komnenos, Emperor 92, 118
Anatolia 95 -6
battlefield tactics 205, 227, 228
Crusaders 148
defensive system 65 -6
discipline and morale 222, 270
fiscal control 11
imperial fleets 96
logistics 144, 157
mercenaries 93 -4, 226
politics 32, 44, 94
prediction by priests 254
siege warfare 188
troop numbers 104
see also Anna Komnena
Alexios III Angelos, Emperor 181
Alexios Mousele (commander) 273
Ali, Emir 179
Amaseia 269
St Ambrosius, Bishop of Milan 15
Ammianus Marcellinus 207
Amorion 250 -1
Anastasius I, Emperor 70, 248
St Anastasius the Persian 266
Anatolia
after Arab conquest of Middle East 73
communications network 56 -7, 58,59 - 60
defensive system 65
recovery from war 241 -2
see also Asia Minor
Anchialos, battle of 241
Ancyra 250
Andronikos Angelos (commander) 229
Andronikos Doukas (military governor) 201
Andronikos I Komnenos 104
local burden of army 238
tactics 227
Anna Komnena
archers 217
battlefield tactics 208 -9, 227 -8
cultivating peace 44
ideology of warfare 26
literature of warfare 253
marches 153, 156, 157
against provoking enemy 24
social role of soldiers 269
Anzen, battle of 216
apelatai267
Arabs
battlefield tactics 209 -10
conquest of Empire’s Middle Eastern regions 71, 72, 73
frontier raiding 78 -9

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