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Portrait of a Roman Legionary - 07 by Andrea Mazzocchetti
The Roman legionary was the infantryman who was part of the Roman legion. The Romans had to face various populations that adopted different methods of fighting; this affected both the organization and the structure of the legion, and the type of armament used. The legionnaire has always been a source of inspiration and model from the military point of view for their skills, their experience and efficiency.
The legionnaire wore a lorica hamata with a reinforcement on his shoulders called umeralis, a gladius and a semi-rectangular shield with a rounded top and bottom. On the head the legionnaire wore different types of helmets depending on the century. In this period a type of javelin called pilum is born. The pilum could have three uses: it could have killed the enemy, or could have forced the enemies to abandon their shields because, having hit them and having bent, would have made them unusable, finally, if he...
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