The Social War was one of the toughest fought by the Roman republic, threatened by a tough enemy that fought using the same tactics and equipment as the Roman legions. Dramatic narrative combining big personalities, political intrigue, assassination and full-scale warfare.
Philip 'Maty' Matyszak holds a doctorate in Ancient History from St John's College, Oxford University, and has been studying, teaching and writing on the subject for over twenty years. He specializes in the history of Classical Greece and of the Late Republic and Early Imperial periods of Rome. Maty has personal military experience both as a conscript in Rhodesia and with the Territorial Army in Britain. These days he splits his time between writing in his home in Canada's Monashee Mountains and providing e-learning courses for Cambridge University's Institute of Continuing Education.