Late Roman

After many years on the Imperial Anacry, the Roman Empire by the 3rd Century CE/AD had reformed the army into a leaner fighting machine, based around mobile field armies, a defense in depth and border troops made of older, settled, garrisons. More emphasis is placed on the cavalry, with the adaptation of horse archers, more flexible cavalry and super-heavy Cataphracts, ideas borrowed from Persia. The foot still had its legions and auxilia, but more emphasis was placed on archers and mercenaries to bolster the lines.
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