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Late Roman Army by Orestix Late Roman Army by Orestix
ENG.: A general, an officer, two soldiers and a “draconarius” (standard-bearer) of the late Roman Army, c. IV century A.D.

FR. : Un général, un officier, deux soldats et un « draconarius » (porte-étendard) de l’armée romaine tardive, c. IV siècle après J.-C.

ΕΛ.: Ένας στρατηγός, ένας αξιωματικός, δυο στρατιώτες και ένας «draconarius» (σημαιοφόρος) του ύστερου ρωμαϊκού στρατού, περ. 4ου αι. μ.Χ.
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whatkop Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2017
As someone with a soft spot for the Late Roman Army, I find this picture beautiful.
Also, I wonder if these spiffy soldiers will still lose to pagan rustics and their potion-brewing druids.
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Orestix Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2017
But of course they will! No one ever mastered those pagan rustics of Armorique (later known as Bretagne) and their potion-brewing druids. Romans, Francs and Vikings.
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whatkop Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2017
Eh, figures.
Then probably those soldiers are lucky that as Roman Gaul was beset by Franks, Burgundians, Huns, and what have you, they would have been sent to fight invading barbarians rather than Armorican fishermen and boar-hunters.
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TheReptilianGeneral Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I like the two soldiers.
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foojer Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
fantastic! i like the general the most
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Orestix Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014
How kind! Thank you.
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