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390 avant J.C., Brennus accepte de lever le siège de Rome en échange d’un tribut de mille livres d’or.

390 avant J.C., Brennus accepte de lever le siège de Rome en échange d’un tribut de mille livres d’or.

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archivos_mesopotamia_arquitectura_mesopotamica_creciente_fertil

Roman gauls. Gallic habitation. Woman. Peasant. Chariot. Rich farmer.

Roman gauls. Gallic habitation. Woman. Peasant. Chariot. Rich farmer.

An aquilifer was a senior signifer bearing the eagle standard of a Roman legion. The name derives from the type of standard, aquila meaning "eagle" (which was the universal type used since 104 BCE), and fers, related to the Latin word for bringing or carrying. Before that time, the wolf, boar, bull and horse were also used. The eagle standard was the most important possession of the legion and its loss was a terrible disgrace. -- I chose this piece because to me it represents their…

An aquilifer was a senior signifer bearing the eagle standard of a Roman legion. The name derives from the type of standard, aquila meaning "eagle" (which was the universal type used since 104 BCE), and fers, related to the Latin word for bringing or carrying. Before that time, the wolf, boar, bull and horse were also used. The eagle standard was the most important possession of the legion and its loss was a terrible disgrace. -- I chose this piece because to me it represents their…

"Caesar at Munda" by Peter Dennis. The Battle of Munda took place on March 17, 45 BCE on the plains of Munda, modern southern Spain. This was the last battle of Julius Caesar's civil war against the republican armies of the Optimate leaders and the bloodiest and most vicious battle of Caesar's life. After this victory, and the deaths of Titus Labienus and Gnaeus Pompeius (Pompey's oldest son), Caesar was free to return to Rome and govern as dictator.

"Caesar at Munda" by Peter Dennis. The Battle of Munda took place on March 17, 45 BCE on the plains of Munda, modern southern Spain. This was the last battle of Julius Caesar's civil war against the republican armies of the Optimate leaders and the bloodiest and most vicious battle of Caesar's life. After this victory, and the deaths of Titus Labienus and Gnaeus Pompeius (Pompey's oldest son), Caesar was free to return to Rome and govern as dictator.

Guerras dacias, obra de Giuseppe Rava. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Guerras dacias, obra de Giuseppe Rava. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

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