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This entry was posted on August 14, 2019Caius Romanius, now in the Mittelrheinisches Landesmuseum, Mainz. (c) Livius.org We've discussed Roman military tombstones before. Their quantity and often formulaic text make them an... .
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This entry was posted on July 16, 2019At the end of the Imperial Gallic series of helmet types (a.k.a. Weisenau-type, in the continental style), there's a small set of copper-alloy helmets. H.Russell... .
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