Roman Military Clothing (2): AD 200-400 by Graham Sumner

By Graham Sumner

The armour and guns of the Roman military have lengthy been the topic of extreme learn and hypothesis. whereas a lot has been released on their palms and armour, in spite of the fact that, the particular garments of Imperial squaddies has mostly been missed. during this moment a part of a rigorous examine of the literary, sculptural, pictorial and archaeological proof, the expert author-artist examines the clues which allow us to try reconstructions of things worn through officials and males everywhere in the empire throughout the centuries among the reign of Septimius Severus and the twilight years of Stilicho.

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Roman Military Clothing (2): AD 200-400

The armour and guns of the Roman military have lengthy been the topic of extreme learn and hypothesis. whereas a lot has been released on their palms and armour, despite the fact that, the particular garments of Imperial squaddies has principally been missed. during this moment a part of a rigorous learn of the literary, sculptural, pictorial and archaeological proof, the professional author-artist examines the clues which allow us to aim reconstructions of things worn through officials and males all around the empire throughout the centuries among the reign of Septimius Severus and the twilight years of Stilicho.

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