"Take a look at these expressions just for one minute: exempli gratia, anno domini, alumni, habeas corpus, annus horribilis, cogito ergo sum, coitus interruptus... UMMMMM what language am I writing in? In English, of course. The point is that all these Latin phrases are normally used in English and it is important to know them. However, this is not the only reason why one should learn Latin. In this post I will try to show you other advantages of these studies."
Museum of Ancient Greek Technology ... At that time, they also constructed the remarkable armoured vehicles (“tanks”), such as the giant siege towers (“helepolis”), the all-powerful roofed “rams”, the effective “borers”, etc.
He instructed them in fighting, in battle plans and in all aspect of soldering. ... This was a major success in so far as the local population, who still held Alexander in great reverence, then gave support to Lysimachus.
These weapons in most cases were used by the Hoplites and the Spartans. The Hoplite served in Ancient Greek City States as a citizen and a soldier. Ancient Greek Warfare was usually between various independent nations.