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A fundamental element of classical Roman warfare, ancient Rome's marching camps were both an offensive

Julius Caesar with his legionaries at a fortified military camp in Gaul

Roman centurion and legionaries during Caesar's Gallic War

Fortified Roman camp in Gaul during Caesar's campaign

A fundamental element of classical Roman warfare, ancient Rome's marching camps were both an offensive

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Building the Legionary camp of Vindonissa by Joe Rohrer

Battle of Zela; "Veni, vidi, vici;" Julius Caesar Defeats Pharnaces of Pontus

Roman legionaries attacking a fortification: Battle of Medway on 1st June 43 AD in the

Illustration of the Romans landing in Britain

Caesar's very first reference to the Tenth Legion in his Commentaries indicates his exceptional confidence in its abilities:

Structural History of the Roman Military

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Trajan's Bridge across the Danube, the longest bridge for over a millennium

Roman legionaries building a watch tower over the Danube River

Understanding Julius Caesar

Roman Army Reenactment

A fundamental element of classical Roman warfare, ancient Rome's marching camps were both an offensive

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Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161-180 AD) shows his clemency towards the vanquished after his success against Germanic tribes; bas relief from the Arch of Marcus ...

Reenactment of Roman legionaries at English Heritage Festival in 2011 (photo by Lichfield Lore). The picture could very well represent legionaries ready for ...

What Makes the Roman Marching Camp Important?

... starts with unit(s) of one army type based on the military style they used. Romans start with Milites units and progress to Centurias and Legionaries.

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Trajan Column Grain

Roman fortified camp. Engraving. (Later colouration) - Stock Image

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A Roman fort, your exercise dessert, after a main course of long marches.

Trajan's Bridge across the Danube, the longest bridge for over a millennium

A military parade, showing soldiers carrying military standards, as depicted on Trajan's Column, Rome

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Roman carroballista on Trajan's Column, early 2nd century AD

Portus Adurni Portus Adurni

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The amphitheatre of Viminicium was situated in the north-eastern corner of the ancient city area, approximately 50 m away from the north-western corner of ...

... Siege of Alesia, September 52 BC | by Macsen Wledig

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"Gaius Julius Caesar led his legionaries attack during one of the battles of the Gallic War", Graham Sumner

Now let's get into the actual military training. We've talked so far about how all these demands on a roman soldier required them to develop a great base of ...

Caesar's tent

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Roman Legion Camp at Masada

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But after cutting his way through the first rank, and while he was forging onward with great slaughter, he was beaten back by the thrust of a sword through ...

Roman legionaries crossing the River Medway: Battle of Medway June 43 AD in the Roman

The remains of Vercovicium on Hadrian's Wall near Housesteads, England

The Bas relief on Trajan's Column in Rome showing Roman Legionnaires building camps in preparation for

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romans building a battle camp

Julius Caesar's Roman army constructed a double ring of siegeworks at Alesia in 52 BC in an effort to force the Gauls into submission.

Reconstruction drawing of the legionary fort of Aquincum.

Roman soldiers in march:

Caesar's invasions of Britain

Roman legionaries in the construction of an army camp

Legate Lanius

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Construction of a fortified camp, Late Republic

Roman Legionaries crossing the Danube River by pontoon bridge during the Marcomannic Wars, as depicted

The partially reconstructed headquarters (principia) of the legionary camp.

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Arches of the Burnum principium (or Forum)

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Caesar's Legion: The Epic Saga of Julius Caesar's Elite Tenth Legion and the Armies of Rome Paperback – Sep 1 2004

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Roman occupation of the port of Sanitja, near

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John Deare's Relief of Caesar's Invasion

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Layout of a Roman camp

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The gates to the camp were distinguished from one another as porta principalis, porta decumana, porta praetoria. A gate may be protected by an ...

Caesar is standing atop a tower he'd made his men build into the defenses, watching everything happen. He can see that his lines on the western side–where ...

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