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Diplomata sorted by emperors, provinces, auxiliary units. Aims to encourage private collectors to provide their diploma fragments for scientific evaluation.



The regional museum in Slavonski Brod, Croatia, managed to obtain an extremely valuable antique artefact in 1997. It is a Roman military diploma dating from the first century A.D, which had been discovered by chance, while recovering sand from the Sava river bed.

Society of Ancient Military Historians Home Page


The Society of Ancient Military Historians is an organization dedicated to the promotion of the study of warfare in the Ancient World. Members sponsor and contribute to the publication of our newsletter, Res Militares. Our leadership works with and within the American Philological Association to arrange contact between our members and within the larger academic community.

Mike Bishop


So, here we are. I am a writer, publisher, and archaeologist who lives in Chirnside in the south-eastern corner of Scotland . I study the Romans, but am interested in all sorts of things... except perhaps other people's home pages.

ROMEC: The Roman Military Equipment Conference


The first Roman Military Equipment Research Seminar was held in the Department of Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (now, sadly, defunct) at the University of Sheffield (GB) in 1983. It has since grown and now visits various international venues, but still retains the same goals as that first seminar: to further the study of Roman military equipment with contributions from professional or ...

Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies


Dedicated to the Study of the Weapons, Armour, and Military Fittings of the Armies and Enemies of Rome and Byzantium



ArmaList is intended to act as a forum to discuss all issues relating to Roman military equipment studies, but it is hoped that it will primarily serve for debate on the form and structure of ARMAMENTARIVM, and it will be the main location for posting new contributions to the Web site as they are added. It is manually run, not on a computerized list server, so do not be surprised if it takes a whi ...

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ARMAMENTARIVM: The Book of Roman Arms and Armour


ARMAMENTARIVM has the ultimate aim of providing an online successor to H. Russell Robinson's seminal volume The Armour of Imperial Rome, published in 1975 and long out of print.

Bishop and Coulston: Roman Military Equipment


The first edition of this book is now well and truly out of print, so if you want one, your only chance is to find a second-hand (pre-owned, previously enjoyed, or whatever other euphemism or synonym you chose) copy. However, if you have a little patience, all is not lost. A new, completely revised, edition is in preparation which will take into account all the latest finds since the original publ ...

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