An Aquilifer was the Roman soldier in charge of carrying the standard for his unit.
A Centurio was a low-to-middle ranking officer in charge of a "century", ideally 100 men but ranging…
Cornu is a latin word for a horn.
The Coin of the King of the Suessiones, Diviciacus, with bust on front and prancing horse on back. Front.
The Coin of the King of the Suessiones, Diviciacus, with bust on front and prancing horse on back. Back.
Gallic soldier blowing long trumpet known as carnyx.
A Lituus, a horn used in Roman religious practice.
A Roman Siege Works, with A and B, a double wall; C, C, C, Vineæ; D, an Agger; E, a movable tower;…
A soldier using a sling to cast stones as weapons, known as a funditor.
"A Torque, in archæology, is a twisted collar of gold, or other metal, worn around the neck, in…
A Roman Tuba, a long narrow horn.
A Vinea, or Testudo, a small structure framed with wood used to protect soldiers attacking city walls.
An image of two Gaulish warriors participating in a series of military campaigns against Julius Caesar.