The Late Roman Army supported by a Visigothic scout. This scene could be from the Gothic/Roman assault on Hispania, then held by the Rhine Invaders; from before the battle of the Catalaunian Plains, or even during Belisarius' attack on Africa or Italia.
late Roman infantry, displaying the radical change in gear from the more recognizable style from the latter half of the first century. It looks like this soldier has a later model Pilum, redesigned for easier use as a spear.
Roman Infantry battle of Magnesia. the Seleucid cavalry wing commanded by the king himself, broke the opposing infantry. This lead to a pursuit by the Seleucid cavalry, leaving the field to unsuccessfully attack the Roman camp.