Greek weaponry and armory.
The Hellenistic Age began with the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC and lasted until the true establishment of the Roman Empire upon the death of Cleopatra in 30 BC. The method of warfare in ancient Greece, and the world, consisted of arrows, spears, swords, axes and shields. Because of its ease of casting and superiority in strength, bronze was preferred in the making of weapons.Later on, Greeks fought in a very different way. Soldiers now fought in a strict battle line, standing in rows. They wore heavy armor which protected them very well when they fought as a group, but not if t…
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