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Legions of Rome (Republic)

Illustration of Rome’s army during the Roman Republic; chart of Servian system

Legions of Rome (Republic) includes both an illustration and a chart. As depicted by Polybius, illustration shows the formation of a typical consular army, legion, and manipule. Includes chart of the Comitia Centuriata and infantry in the the Servian system.

Highlights:

  • The illustration
    • starts with a high-level view of the formation of the consular army, with its legions, ala, and cavalry
    • zooms to the formation of a typical Polybian legion, with its three rows of maniples: hastati, principes, and triarii
    • zooms to the formation of a legion’s maniple, with its two centuries, each with sixty infantry and a centurion, optio, and standard-bearer
    • zooms, finally, to a stylized image of an infantry soldier.
  • The pdf page also included is a chart of the Comitia Centuriata and infantry in the the Servian system.
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PDF ver. 2014-03-01
1 p. 4.67 x 7.08″ .29 mb
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PDF version history:
2014-03-01: Updated SKU
2011-12-14: New release

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