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Contemporary historians also mention his reforms, but without 1 Compare with this the stratagem by which the Russian army escaped from 'a compromised position during the retreat before the battle of Austerlitz. ' ' Dumas, xiv. 48. ' ' us) the Italian AND THEIR ENEMIES. -A. D. ] THE BYZANTINES descending to and inform us details, that, 39 though destined to endure, they won him much unpopularity among the soldiery. Later writers, however, have erroneously attributed these changes more celebrated warrior Heraclius 1 the prince who bore standards further than any of his predecessors into In reality, the army of Heraclius had the lands of the East.
Held out : Desperate as was their the arrows fell thickly 1 The fate of the only one of Wellington's squares which attempted to deploy, in order to drive off the infantry which were annoying it, may well ' The concentrated fire of this be compared with that of Harold's soldiery. close line of skirmishers was now telling heavily upon the devoted squares of Alten's division. It was, however, impossible to deploy, as in the hollow, near La Haye Sainte, there lay in wait a body of the enemy's cavalry.
The rapid decrease of the revenues single benefit of the discipline of the reign, state, which had and continued to apparently resulted in a set in make towards the end of Justinian's more and more felt, had in the number of Roman army. To the same itself great diminution foreign mercenaries serving in the end contributed the fact that of the Gepidse, the nations who had Lombards, Herules, and furnished the one race had removed At the others had been exterminated. imperial Foederati, majority of the to other seats, while last the number of 1 As, for example, the Emperor Constantine Porphyrogenitus, who, in his book on the 'Themata Orientis,' attributes the invention of the 'Theme' and tagma to Heraclius.
A History of the Art of War: The Middle Ages from the Fourth to the Fourteenth Century by Charles Oman