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Kult Of Athena - Armor-Plate - - Roman Lorica Segmentata - Solidly constructed in 18 gauge steel and based on an original piece, this Lorica Segmentata will fit chest sizes up to 44

Ancient Roman watermill at Barbegal, France. The watermill (a water powered grain mill) was a technological breakthrough, representing the one first innovations to replace human labor. This site, dating to the 2nd century CE, was comprised of multiple mill complex with sixteen overshot wheels on two mill-races, fed by aqueduct.

Barbegal: a SUPER Roman flour mill complex. 16 overshot wheels - using water from an aqueduct - ground an estimated four and a half tons of flour per day!

Lorica Segmentata

Roman lorica segmentata - Corbridge Type A

The Firka was the pack of the roman soldier. The Roman army carried so much of their own equipment they were nicknamed Marius's mules

The Firka was the pack of the roman soldier. The Roman army carried so much of their own equipment they were nicknamed Marius' mules

A centurion's set of phalerae and torques adorn his chest and celebrate his feats of bravery in battle.

A centurion's set of phalerae and torques adorn his chest and celebrate his feats of bravery in battle.

Nec Hercules contra plures... Mixing Tolkien with Legions of Rome. Legio XXI Rapax. I Hercules dupa kiedy ludzi kupa... Forward sons of Durin!/Naprzód synowie Durina! ;)

Mixing Tolkien with Legions of Rome. I Hercules dupa kiedy ludzi kupa. Forward sons of Durin!

weapons of the roman army  pics. | The legionary wore his sword high on the right side of his body. This ...

Roman legionary drawing a sword pt. : This is why women walk on the left and why many countries drive on the left as well, it frees up the arm to draw a sword.

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This is another image showing the evolution of the Roman army, starting with the Polybian Legion, i. Hastati, Principe, and Triarii. Roman Army Evolution Part 2