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BRIGANTIA is a historical re-enactment society dedicated to the Pagan Tribes of Britain of the first century BC. Also known as 'The Celts'. Although our name comes from a northern tribe we are based around Portsmouth in Hampshire and travel around the UK and Europe performing public displays.


Legion XXIV Media Atlantia was established in 1997 to defend the frontiers of ancient Rome in the Mid Atlantic Region of North America. It is intended as a re-enactment unit to display Roman and other ancient military dress, battle tactics and history at faires, schools or other public functions. The dress, weapons and other equipment of the Legion are authentic and historically correct as reasona ...

Legion Ireland - The Roman Military Society of Ireland

Irelands first Roman and Celtic living history society. Formed in September 2006 we are the only Roman re-enactment society in Ireland. We specialise in combat, drill display and living history display. With members throughout Ireland, we are a society dedicated to portraying the Roman Army in the first and second centauries A.D. We portray all aspects of military life including the Legionaries, A ...


Welcome to the homepage of LEGIO?XV?APOLLINARIS, the Norwegian group for Roman re-enactment and Roman live roleplaying. Our aim is to portray a Roman military unit of the second half of the 1st century AD, and use it in a live roleplaying-setting. As far as we know, we are the only group in Europe combining live roleplaying and re-enactment in this manner. We would love to hear from others.


The original instruments were excavated from the House of the Surgeon at Pompeii, so named because of the materials that were recovered there. In 1947, reproductions of these instruments were presented to the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library by the 8th Evacuation Medical Unit from the University of Virginia after its service in Italy during World War II. The collection is one of the best survi ...


This site is a collection of Archimedean miscellanea under continual development 


Marcus Tullius Cicero was born on January 3, 106 BC and was murdered on December 7, 43 BC. His life coincided with the decline and fall of the Roman Republic, and he was an important actor in many of the significant political events of his time (and his writings are now a valuable source of information to us about those events).


The Colchester Roman Society was formed in the summer of 1987, initially as the Balkerne Gate Guard. The aim of the society was, and continues to be, research into and the recreation of equipment, training and lifestyles of the Roman military and civilians during the 1st and 2nd Centuries AD. Originally adopting the LEG XIIII GEMINA, in 1997 the society decided to concentrate on auxiliary units an ...

The Ermine Street Guard

The Ermine Street Guard is a society dedicated to research into the Roman Army and the reconstruction of Roman armour and equipment. The reconstructions are primarily from the latter half of the first century A.D. although equipment from other Roman periods is reproduced for experimental and display purposes. Since its formation in 1972 the Guard has become firmly established as the leading societ ...


Since its inception, over 15 years ago, LEG II AVG's military and civilian section has grown from strength to strength to become one of Europe?s pre-eminent Roman re-enactment groups. Today its displays encompass the full range of military and civil life? - artillery, engineers, mosaicists, aristocratic ladies, slaves, archers, sculptors, smiths, cavalry, medical staff, painters and an unrivalled ...

Legio VIII Augusta MGV

Legio VIII Augusta was formed originally in North Wales. From small beginnings, our membership is now also drawn from much of England, and beyond. We are now counted by our peers to be amongst the top re-enactment societies representing our chosen period.


Cast your mind's eye back through time to ancient Roman Britannia. The year is approximately AD 43, and the Great Roman Empire has virtually conquered the world, by force and by skill-at-arms. The Romans have built a formidable military machine, based on well-equipped, strictly disciplined forces, commanded by some of the greatest military minds in the history of mankind.

Legio XIIII Gemina Martia Victrix - Roman Military Research Society

Welcome to the updated homepage of the award - winning Roman Military Research Society and its display unit, the Vexillatio Legionis XIIII GMV.


Cohors Quinta Gallorum is the name of a third century Roman re-enactment society based at the Roman fort of Arbeia at South Shields. The group recreates both the military and civilian life of the early third century (around 230 A.D). This period is neither early or late empire and reflects the changes which occurred from the late second to the late third century in the clothes, equipment, weapons ...

COMITATVS - Late Roman, Germanic and Romano-British Re-enactment

Comitatus is Britain's leading Late Roman re-enactment group helping to set a new standard in historical authenticity. Putting on events across the North and down into the Midlands, the group is able to bring to an event a complete living history presentation demonstrating the life and skills of the Late Roman army, including infantry, cavalry, archery, artillery and everyday life.


Detailed site on aspects of the lives of Roman women both publicly and privately.


Overview page with footnote sources regarding the position of Roman women in the ancient world.

LEG VI Ferrata Fidelas Constans

The Sixth Imperial Legion of Rome is a living history organization dedicated to recreating the life and times of Roman Legionary in the early 1st Century A.D. Legio VI was headquartered in Judea from 9 B.C. to 73 A.D. Prior to this they had served Julius Caesar in Gaul and Egypt.