Soldier in a Roman legion who belonged to a citizens’ unit of troops, which formed the basis of the Roman army (about 6,000 men).
Footwear with a studded sole that was attached to the foot by leather laces that came just above the ankle.
Weapon with a wooden shaft and a long metal rod that was used for combat at close quarters or as a projectile.
Short-sleeved garment that legionaries wore under the cuirass.
Short double-edged sword used for hand-to-hand combat.
Armor made up of articulated metal strips used to protect the chest, back and shoulders.
Feathers or bristles decorating the top of the helmet.
Wooden piece of armor carried on the arm to protect against enemy blows.