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[美]爱德华·N.勒特韦克(Edward N.Luttwak) 陈定定 王悠 李希瑞   社会科学文献出版社  2018-10 出版
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拜占庭帝国依靠自己的大战略,在长达800多年的时间里,能够抵御一波又一波敌人的侵扰,这本身就是一个奇迹。在作者看来,与残暴的军事实力相比,拜占庭得以幸存,更多依赖的是联盟、外交和对敌人的遏制。本书通过“宗教及治国方略”“特使”“王朝婚姻”以及“拜占庭战争艺术”等精彩章节,深入论证了作者的观点,其中也包括对武器、军事战术和税收的详尽描述。
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