Author: Michael Simkins Illustrator: Ronald Embleton
About this book Although the common Roman fighting men themselves have left no account, much literature has survived from antiquity. The wealth of archaeological finds, plus the study of surviving Roman scultpure has allowed hisorians to learn much about the nature of the Roman army which conquered an astonishing expanse of territory. Michael Simkins brings all his substantial knowledge to bear on this fascinating subject, covering such topics as army composition, recruitment, training, campaign routine and providing a wealth of detail on weapons, uniforms and equipment. Men-at-Arms 283, 291 and 46 are also available in a single volume special edition as ‘Caesar’s Legions’.
Contents Chronology · Introduction · The Compostion of the Army · Entry, Training and Campaign Routines · Arms and Armour · Conclusion · The Plates
Paperback; March 1984; 48 pages; ISBN: 9780850455281