This category lists sites regarding the military (land and sea forces) of ancient Rome.
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Legio III Augusta
An operational history of the third Roman legion by John J. Hartwell.
ORB: The Late Roman Army
Article describing changes in the Roman army during and after Diocletian (284-305 A.D.).
Information on the Roman army, the legions and various campaigns. With pictures of uniforms, shield patterns, and armor.
The Roman Army
Describes Roman military organisation from the early Republican period through to the late Byzantine period.
The Roman Army In Caerleon
Fortress for one of the 30 legions of the army.
The Roman Army in the First Century CE
A writing according to Josephus.
The Roman Army in the Late Republic and Early Empire
Covers the Roman army from about 70 B.C. to 30 A.D., includes descriptions of key officer ranks, formations and military buildings/fortifications.
The Roman Army Page
Information about Roman legions during the imperial era, including organisation, funding, privileges of ordinary soldiers, plus links to other sites.
Roman Army Talk
Resource for Roman military studies, including an image database for Roman soldier's grave stones with Latin texts, and a discussion group for archaeology and reenactment.
Roman Expansion to 133 BC
An essay by Sanderson Beck.
The Roman Way of Declaring War
Highly needful to observe all the necessary formalities in beginning hostilities according to Livy.
Victori - The Roman Military
A resource on the weapons, tactics, and history of the ancient Roman military.
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