Roman Antiquities Artefacts

Roman Antiquities Artefacts. Roman legionary weapons

Roman Antiquities Artefacts

Roman Antiquities Artefacts

Representation of various Roman military items. Signum, The Aquila, Field characters, fighting gloves as parts of a legionary armor, Buckles.

“Encyclopédie” published by Denis Diderot and Jean-Baptiste le Rond d’Alembert in 1750.

Read More: Ancient Roman Costume History in Europe B.C. 53 to A.D. 450.

Note:  Indian archer in full armor.

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