Another high quality publication from the Association for Living History. It is devoted to the Roman people and "barbaric" tribes (Celtic, Germanic, etc.) contemporary with the Roman Empire. The magazines feature stunning
photographs of reenactors wearing and using amazingly accurate reproductions The sections were written by enthusiasts recognized as specialists in their respective fields.
-Chronology and maps
-The legion campaigning
-Coriobona- an aristocratic Lémovici estate
-The ancient sports of boxing, wrestling and pankration
-Britons in the fifth and sixth centuries
-Germanic military equipment of the I and II centuries
-Imperial Roman artillery
-History and manufacture of the fibula
-Mead and garum sausages - a Gallo-Roman recipe
-Auxiliaries of the High Roman Empire
-The Chérusques and Rome
-The fighting gladiator
-The Lady of Fécamp
-Motherhood and childhood in Rome
-I, Rufus, a schoolboy in Tolosa
-Dolls in the Roman Empire
- Namantobogios, “The enemy crusher"
-The curriculum of centurion and prefect according to the steles
-Roman, Celtic and Germanic troops in France and abroad
High quality colour
8.25" x 11.75"
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 19 January, 2009.