Ettore Bertotto

Ettore Bertotto

Ettore Bertotto
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Late Roman Praetorians by Fall3NAiRBoRnE

Late Roman Praetorians by Fall3NAiRBoRnE

Краткое руководство по покраске фигур римских легионеров

Краткое руководство по покраске фигур римских легионеров

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Tunic Roman short

Tunic Roman short

Roman legionnaire during the Gallic Wars

Roman legionnaire during the Gallic Wars

"Roman legionaries, Spain, Second Punic War, 218-201 BC",  Angus McBride

"Roman legionaries, Spain, Second Punic War, 218-201 BC", Angus McBride

Late Roman soldiers from Legio VII Gemina Felix Cohors V Baetica.

Late Roman soldiers from Legio VII Gemina Felix Cohors V Baetica.

Soldier from Emperor Caracalla's Spartan cohort, c. 211-217 AD. Caracalla, in tribute to the ancient Spartan warriors, raised a cohort of volunteers from the Greek city. This soldier's armor, sword, and shield are Roman, but he wears the traditional Spartan pilos cap. His club may be an attribute to the god Hercules, but it could also double as a fustis, or riot baton.

Soldier from Emperor Caracalla's Spartan cohort, c. 211-217 AD. Caracalla, in tribute to the ancient Spartan warriors, raised a cohort of volunteers from the Greek city. This soldier's armor, sword, and shield are Roman, but he wears the traditional Spartan pilos cap. His club may be an attribute to the god Hercules, but it could also double as a fustis, or riot baton.

The ballista, plural ballistae, was an ancient missile weapon that launched a large projectile at a distant target. Developed from earlier Greek weapons, it relied upon different mechanics, using two levers with torsion springs instead of a prod, the springs consisting of several loops of twisted skeins. Early versions projected heavy darts or spherical stone projectiles of various sizes for siege warfare. It developed into a smaller sniper weapon, the scorpio, and possibly the polybolos.

The ballista, plural ballistae, was an ancient missile weapon that launched a large projectile at a distant target. Developed from earlier Greek weapons, it relied upon different mechanics, using two levers with torsion springs instead of a prod, the springs consisting of several loops of twisted skeins. Early versions projected heavy darts or spherical stone projectiles of various sizes for siege warfare. It developed into a smaller sniper weapon, the scorpio, and possibly the polybolos.