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Imperium Legionus

A Detailed Study of the Roman Army During the Empire



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Imperium Legionus: A Detailed Study of the Roman Army During the Empire by Jose Sanchez Toledo
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This magnificent book illustrates the life and times of the Roman Legions - the soldiers who brought Roman civilisation and culture to the remotest corners of Europe. The book is based on modern re-enactments, featuring full-colour photographs, which portray the dress and armour, weapons and equipment and battle tactics of the Legionnaires - all lovingly recreated by modern day enthusiasts. It covers: Historical background; Hierarchy and Structure; Centurions and Legions - the Legions and their men; Equipment; Armament; Artillery machines - tactics; Legionnaires in battle; Strategies; and Guardians of the Empire. This book features over 100 action-packed colour photographs showing uniforms, armour, equipment, weapons and battle re-enactments. It also features an exciting fictionalised "novella" called "Wales, Britannia, 48 AD", which runs in an illustrated margin throughout the book and documents the life of the Centurion Victor Iulius Ioris.
Release date NZ
November 3rd, 2005
103 full colour photographs, 43 colour illustrations
Country of Publication
Andrea Press
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