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Ancient Rome Military History Organisational Structures Grae Laws - The Technology Aestheticist

Roman shields:  Scutum - Parma - Cetratus

Roman shields: Scutum - Parma - Cetratus They might be able to carry different shields for each soldier and provide names of shields in the end for extra information

ВОЕННОЕ ДЕЛО l ИСКУССТВО ВОЙНЫ | ВКонтакте

ВОЕННОЕ ДЕЛО l ИСКУССТВО ВОЙНЫ | ВКонтакте

Drawing of a Roman ballista

The ballista (Latin, from Greek βαλλίστρα - ballistra and that from - βάλλω ballō, "throw"), plural ballistae, was an ancient missile weapon which launched a large projectile at a distant target.

Imperial Roman Signifer - note the face mask helmet that was thought to be just for parade but was found on the battle field of Teutoburg forest.

Imperial Roman Signifier - Note the face mask helmet that was thought to be just for parade but was found on the battle field of Teutoburg forest.

This piece the Evolution of the Roman Army from the Polybian Legion on top to the armies of Constantine on the bottom. The middle represents High Imperi. Roman Army Evolution Part 1

A centurion of the mid-1 st century CE wearing his decorations (phalerae) on a harness over a scale shirt. He also wears greaves and a transverse crested helmet as a sign of his rank. Artwork by Peter Connolly

"A centurion of the st century CE wearing his decorations on a harness over a scale shirt. He also wears greaves and a transverse crested helmet as a sign of his rank", Peter Connolly

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C6tivITWYAE32B9.jpg:large (604×541)

Legionário Romano (Roman Legionary Infantryman 125 AD) I have this model, haven't built it yet though

Legionário Romano (Roman Legionary Infantryman 125 AD) I have this model, haven't built it yet though

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