ANCIENT ART
MILITARY ART | ROME
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1. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Eagle (standard of legion) and insignia of maniples.
By the image on a medal.
2. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Bronze Roman helmet, type “Montefortino A.”
Mid-4th — mid-3rd centuries BCE.
Bologna, Civic Archaeological Museum.
3. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Bronze helmet, type “Negau”, from Daone.
Front view.
4th—1st centuries BCE.
Brescia, Santa Giulia Civic Museum.
4. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Bronze helmet, type “Negau”, from Daone.
Lateral view.
4th—1st centuries BCE.
Brescia, Santa Giulia Civic Museum.
5. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Sword of Tiberius. Detail of the scabbard: Tiberius and Augustus.
Ca. 15 CE.
Inv. No. GR 1866.8-6.1; Bronze 867.
London, The British Museum.
6. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model of the cross-section of the perimeter of a Roman army camp, defended by a ditch and an embankment reinforced by a palisade.
Plastic.
Inv. No. MCR 890.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
7. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model of the cross-section of the perimeter of a Roman army camp, defended by a ditch and an embankment reinforced by a palisade.
Plastic.
Inv. No. MCR 890.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
8. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model of the cross-section of the perimeter of a Roman army camp, defended by a ditch and an embankment reinforced by a palisade.
Plastic.
Inv. No. MCR 890.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
9. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a vinea, a military engine used to protect the troops, consisting of a wooden framework, roof and lattice sides covered with fresh hides or wet sheets of cloth.
Inv. No. MCR 894.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
10. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a vinea, a military engine used to protect the troops, consisting of a wooden framework, roof and lattice sides covered with fresh hides or wet sheets of cloth.
Inv. No. MCR 894.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
11. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a siege tower.
Inv. No. MCR 895.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
12. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a siege tower.
Inv. No. MCR 895.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
13. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a sliding battering ram, a military engine used to breach the enemy’s walls.
Inv. No. MCR 195.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
14. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a tortoise (testudo), a battle formation in which soldiers marching in close ranks protected themselves with their shields raised above their heads.
Inv. No. MCR 893.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
15. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a tortoise (testudo), a battle formation in which soldiers marching in close ranks protected themselves with their shields raised above their heads.
Inv. No. MCR 893.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
16. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a tortoise (testudo), a military engine used to protect troops approaching the walls of an enemy city.
Inv. No. MCR 891.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
17. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a tortoise (testudo), a military engine used to protect troops approaching the walls of an enemy city.
Inv. No. MCR 891.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
18. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a tortoise (testudo), a military engine used to protect troops approaching the walls of an enemy city.
Inv. No. MCR 891.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
19. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a tortoise (testudo), a military engine used to protect troops approaching the walls of an enemy city.
Inv. No. MCR 892.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
20. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Scale model (1:10) of a tortoise (testudo), a military engine used to protect troops approaching the walls of an enemy city.
Inv. No. MCR 892.
Rome, Museum of Roman Civilization.
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