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"Teutoburg Forest AD 9" by Michael McNally, illustrated by Peter Dennis for Osprey. "I did not believe that Arminius and his "turncoats" went home to change out of their Roman armor into Germanic tribal clothing, but attacked the Roman wagon train in the armor they wore as Roman Auxiliary cavalry, possibly even taking advantage of that deception." From forum thread. Good point!

"Teutoburg Forest AD 9" by Michael McNally, illustrated by Peter Dennis for Osprey. "I did not believe that Arminius and his "turncoats" went home to change out of their Roman armor into Germanic tribal clothing, but attacked the Roman wagon train in the armor they wore as Roman Auxiliary cavalry, possibly even taking advantage of that deception." From forum thread. Good point!

Il documento trovato in Vaticano

Il documento trovato in Vaticano

La Colonna Traiana, un diario di guerra

La Colonna Traiana, un diario di guerra

roman soldier being awarded medals

roman soldier being awarded medals

Immagine correlata

Immagine correlata

Septimius Severus and his men contemplating the corpse of his rival for the throne - after the first victory in the Battle of Lugdunum

Septimius Severus and his men contemplating the corpse of his rival for the throne - after the first victory in the Battle of Lugdunum

L'ARMATURA ROMANA | romanoimpero.com

L'ARMATURA ROMANA | romanoimpero.com

praetorian guard

praetorian guard

Italian Warrior IV C. b.C.-The idea for this figurine comes from the statue of the “warrior of Capestrano” which was found in Abbruzzo ( L’Aquila ). The armour is typical of the italic warriors living in the Apennines area. The Oscan-Sabellas & Samnitic language were common to these populations that had to withstand the Roman expansion between the VI and the III century b.C. The chest is protected by the kardiophylax (literally hart protector) a bronze disc (front and back).

Italian Warrior IV C. b.C.-The idea for this figurine comes from the statue of the “warrior of Capestrano” which was found in Abbruzzo ( L’Aquila ). The armour is typical of the italic warriors living in the Apennines area. The Oscan-Sabellas & Samnitic language were common to these populations that had to withstand the Roman expansion between the VI and the III century b.C. The chest is protected by the kardiophylax (literally hart protector) a bronze disc (front and back).

Cavalry patrol. German Frontier. Mid 3rd century CE. The soldier on foot is a decurion - a cavalry officer commanding a troop of 25-30 horseman. The other one is a trumpeter. Notice the total change in costumes compared to the previous auxiliary cavalry. Barbarian influence is evident in the boots and long trousers. However, in this illustration the clipeus (oval shields) seems to have been retained. Angus McBride

Cavalry patrol. German Frontier. Mid 3rd century CE. The soldier on foot is a decurion - a cavalry officer commanding a troop of 25-30 horseman. The other one is a trumpeter. Notice the total change in costumes compared to the previous auxiliary cavalry. Barbarian influence is evident in the boots and long trousers. However, in this illustration the clipeus (oval shields) seems to have been retained. Angus McBride

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