Imperial Roman

This is the period most people think of when they think of Roman soldiers. Legionaries in their segmented armour with big, curved, rectangular shields. While the legionaries were the core of the army there were about as many auxiliary troops in a Roman army. Mainly infantry or, less often, cavalry in chainmail shirts with a spear and an oval shield but other auxiliaries were armed with bows or slings. In both sieges and open battle the Romans could also bring their war engines to bear. As well as troops from within the Empire, the Romans would also field tribal troops from outside their borders under native or Roman officers.
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