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BOOK REVIEW: Boiotia and the Boiotian League: 423-371 B.C.
by Robert J. Buck
I picked this up from a discount rack for a few dollars on the strength of its title. The period covered a number of internecine and inter-city-state wars.
Sadly, the military aspects of these wars receive scant attention. This is primarily a political book, which is helpful for background information. Battles garner a sentence or two, and campaigns get a paragraph--mostly about which cities changed hands and when. Numbers are rarely used.
As Boiotian background, this is fantastic. As military history, it merits but a fleeting mention.