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The Perdiccas Years, 323–320 BC (Hardback)

Ancient History Photographic Books Colour Books Military

By Tristan Hughes
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
Series: Alexander's Successors at War
Pages: 400
Illustrations: 20 colour illustrations & 69 black and white maps
ISBN: 9781526775115
Published: 30th January 2022

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Alexander the Great’s death in Babylon that fateful day in June 323 BC triggered an unprecedented crisis. Within a couple of days, Macedonian blood had stained the walls of the chamber in which he died. Within a couple of weeks, Babylon had witnessed the first siege of the post Alexander age. Within a couple of months, a major revolt had erupted on mainland Greece. Within a couple of years, theatres of conflict had arisen across the length and breadth of what was once Alexander’s empire. From a Spartan adventurer attempting to forge his own empire in North Africa, to a vast horde of veteran Greek mercenaries heading home from ancient Afghanistan. From a merciless, punitive campaign against some of the most infamous brigands of the time to a warrior princess raising an army and pressing ahead with her own power play during this ancient Game of Thrones. What followed Alexander’s death was an imperial implosion. This book attempts to explain why it happened.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Fascinating, well researched and presented in a way which is respectful of the material without getting caught up in the temptation to labour particular points at the cost of giving the full picture of events. I love it when historians bring their personal enthusiasm about a topic to bear and it is clear this book was a labour of love.

NetGalley, Louise Gray

Tristan Hughes' The Perdiccas Years, 323-320 BC (Pen & Sword) is here to help us sort out all the shenanigans of the early Successor era. If you haven't wargamed Ancients, here is a fine place to start with similar but different armies for some big battle gaming. Have at it!

Wargaming Illustrated, review by Neil Smith

About Tristan Hughes

Tristan Hughes was born in Chichester and studied Ancient History at the University of Edinburgh. Having graduated in summer 2018, he currently works as a producer and presenter at History Hit and is the host of The Ancients history podcast. Away from history his hobbies include Latin dancing, curling and skiing.

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