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Guard cavalrymen, Roman army, early 2nd century AD • Angus McBride

Guard cavalrymen, Roman army, early 2nd century AD • Angus McBride

ROMAN: "Roman legionary, I century BC", by Johnny Shumate.

ROMAN: "Roman legionary, I century BC", by Johnny Shumate.

Roman infantry during the crisis of the third century. They wear late pattern Niederbieber helmets.

Roman infantry during the crisis of the third century. They wear late pattern Niederbieber helmets.

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4290c1bb8c9d6ebd55df56911770be12.jpg (474×650)

Greek Helmet evolution II by hoplitesmores-MEGISTIAS, via Flickr

Greek Helmet evolution II by hoplitesmores-MEGISTIAS, via Flickr

Roman centurion, Caesar's army, circa 58 B.C. ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

Roman centurion, Caesar's army, circa 58 B.C. ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

Legionary Evolution by Fall3NAiRBoRnE.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Legionary Evolution by Fall3NAiRBoRnE.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

The army of Hannibal. Second Punic War. This illustration shows some of the warriors from the nations that Hannibal used in his campaign.

The army of Hannibal. Second Punic War. This illustration shows some of the warriors from the nations that Hannibal used in his campaign.

*Guerrieri Villanoviani, IX-VIII secolo a.C.

*Guerrieri Villanoviani, IX-VIII secolo a.C.

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.