Strange, But Successful, War Strategies—Divide Yourself And Conquer (Exclusive) - July 13, 2016 - In the Byzantine Battle of Arcadiopolis the Byzantine commander, Bardas Skleros, repelled 30,000 invaders with only 12,000 men of his own. More baffling, is the fact that the Byzantines were the first to charge into battle.
Strange, But Successful, War Tactics - Patience at the 813 CE Battle of Versinikia (Exclusive) - September 28, 2016 - In the strange battle of Versinikia (813CE), Michael I Rangabe of the Byzantine Empire and Khan Krum of Bulgaria played the waiting game. For around two weeks the two armies competed in a tense staring match. One emerged with a glorious victory; the other with a humiliating defeat.