Gabriel, Richard A.
December 2007
Military History;Dec2007, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p36
The article traces the history of the Roman navy. It explains how the Romans succeed each war that they were involved despite having no naval warfare experience. It details the naval battle between great generals Mark Anthony and Egyptian Queen Cleopatra at Actium off the coast of Greece in 31 BC. It traces the second war between Rome and Carthage between 218 to 202 BC.


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