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"The late Roman fortress at Betthorus (El-Lejjun), c. AD 378"

The late Roman fortress at Betthorus (El-Lejjun), c. AD 378 (Comment by original pinner).

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This is another image showing the evolution of the Roman army, starting with the Polybian Legion, i. Hastati, Principe, and Triarii. Roman Army Evolution Part 2

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This piece the Evolution of the Roman Army from the Polybian Legion on top to the armies of Constantine on the bottom. The middle represents High Imperi. Roman Army Evolution Part 1

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A Roman Centurion -- Professional officers of the Roman army after the Marian reforms of 107 BC. Most centurions commanded groups of centuries of around 100 but senior centurions commanded cohorts or took senior staff roles in their legion

Daily life around a Roman insula. Roman apartment buildings contained vendors on the first floor and living quarters on the floors above. The apartments in the insulae lacked most basic amenities, such as kitchens and bathrooms. As a result, Romans lived a highly communal lifestyle. The lower classes used public baths and toilets, ate in restaurants, and spent leisure time in common spaces, like the forum.

Daily life around a Roman insula. Roman apartment buildings contained vendors…

With this beautiful image of Rome, we get to see the Colosseum as it is still under construction.

With this beautiful image of Rome, we get to see the Colosseum as it is still…

Londinium c. 200 AD ~ The early settlement became a trading port. The Roman historian Tacitus described the city as ‘packed with traders.’ a thriving city with a great bridge over the Thames (near the present London Bridge), a forum (market place), a vast basilica (town hall), an amphitheater, public baths and walled fort surrounded by a great defensive wall.

Londinium c. 200 AD ~ The early settlement became a trading port. The Roman…

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