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Rawlings, Louis 2017. Warlords, Carthage and the limits of hegemony. War Warlords and Interstate Relations in the Ancient Mediterranean, Brill, pp. 151-180. (10.1163/9789004354050_009)

Rawlings, Louis 2016. The significance of insignificant engagements: irregular warfare during the Punic Wars. In: Armstrong, Jeremy ed. Circum Mare: Themes in Ancient Warfare, Mnemosyne, Supplements, vol. 388. Brill, pp. 204-234.

Rawlings, Louis 2013. War and warfare in Ancient Greece’. In: Campbell, Brian and Tritle, Lawrence A. eds. The Oxford Handbook of Warfare in the Classical World, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 3-28.

Rawlings, Louis 2011. A dog called Hybris. In: Lambert, Stephen David ed. Sociable man: essays on Ancient Greek social behaviour in honour of Nick Fisher, Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, pp. 145-159.

Rawlings, Louis 2011. The war in Italy, 218–203. In: Hoyos, B. Dexter ed. A companion to the Punic Wars, Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 299-319.

Rawlings, Louis 2010. The Carthaginian navy: questions and assumptions. In: Fagan, Garrett and Trundle, Matthew eds. New Perspectives on Ancient Warfare, History of Warfare, vol. 59. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, pp. 253-288.

Rawlings, Louis 2009. Ancient warfare. In: Erskine, Andrew ed. A Companion to Ancient History, Wiley, pp. 531-542.

Rawlings, Louis 2007. The ancient Greeks at war. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Rawlings, Louis 2007. Army and battle during the conquest of Italy (350-264 BC). In: Erdkamp, Paul ed. A Companion to the Roman Army, Blackwell Publishing, pp. 45-62.

Rawlings, Louis 2007. Army and battle during the conquest of Italy (350-264 BC). In: Paul, Erdkamp ed. A Companion to the Roman Army, Blackwell Publishing, pp. 45-62.

Rawlings, Louis 2007. Hannibal the cannibal? Polybius on Barcid atrocities. [Working Paper]. Cardiff Historical Papers, Cardiff: Cardiff University.
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Rawlings, Louis 2005. Hannibal and Hercules. In: Rawlings, Louis and Bowden, Hugh eds. Herakles and Hercules: Exploring a Graeco-Roman Divinity, Classical Press of Wales, pp. 153-184.

Rawlings, Louis and Bowden, Hugh 2005. Herakles and Hercules: exploring a Graeco-Roman divinity. Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales.

Rawlings, Louis 2000. Alternative agonies: hoplite martial and combat experiences beyond the phalanx. In: Van Wees, Hans ed. War and Violence in Ancient Greece, Duckworth & Classical Press of Wales, pp. 233-259.

Rawlings, Louis 1999. Condottieri and clansmen: early Italian raiding, warfare and the state. In: Hopwood, Keith ed. Organised Crime in Antiquity, Duckworth & Classical Press of Wales, pp. 97-127.

Rawlings, Louis 1998. Caesar's portrayal of Gauls as warriors. In: Powell, Anton and Welch, Kathryn eds. Julius Caesar as Artful Reporter: The War Commentaries as Political Instruments, Duckworth & Classical Press of Wales, pp. 171-192.

Rawlings, Louis 1996. Celts, Spaniards and Samnites: warriors in a soldiers' war. In: Cornell, Tim, Rankov, Boris and Sabin, Philip eds. The Second Punic War: A Reappraisal, Institute of Classical Studies, pp. 81-95.

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