About the Author
Gregory Hanlon is a French-trained behavioural historian whose work draws from a wide range of social and behavioural sciences. Over his career his work has embraced a variety of historical problems, including religious and military history. An anthropologist whose subjects are long-dead, he has written two books on closely-studied communities in 17th-century Italy and France. A book on the harsh realities of military campaigning in Italy is in preparation.