The Late Roman Army (Esposito/Rava)

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The Late Roman Army combines the research of Gabriele Esposito with the illustrations of Giuseppe Rava, to cover the period  from the ascension of Diocletian to the Fall of the west in the 5th century.  This volume contains over 70 illustrations, four maps and several diagrams, including shield designs from the Notitia Dignitatum, including the list […]

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The Late Roman Army (Esposito/Rava)

The Late Roman Army combines the research of Gabriele Esposito with the illustrations of Giuseppe Rava, to cover the period  from the ascension of Diocletian to the Fall of the west in the 5th century.  This volume contains over 70 illustrations, four maps and several diagrams, including shield designs from the Notitia Dignitatum, including the list of all the units covered in this document.  There is an outline of the history of the period, the organization and battles of the period from 284 to 476.  At 169 pages - all in full color- this is a great handy reference for students, painters and modelers.

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The Late Roman Army (Esposito/Rava)

$30.00

The Late Roman Army combines the research of Gabriele Esposito with the illustrations of Giuseppe Rava, to cover the period  from the ascension of Diocletian to the Fall of the west in the 5th century.  This volume contains over 70 illustrations, four maps and several diagrams, including shield designs from the Notitia Dignitatum, including the list of all the units covered in this document.  There is an outline of the history of the period, the organization and battles of the period from 284 to 476.  At 169 pages - all in full color- this is a great handy reference for students, painters and modelers.

The Late Roman Army combines the research of Gabriele Esposito with the illustrations of Giuseppe Rava, to cover the period  from the ascension of Diocletian to the Fall of the west in the 5th century.  This volume contains over 70 illustrations, four maps and several diagrams, including shield designs from the Notitia Dignitatum, including the list of all the units covered in this document.  There is an outline of the history of the period, the organization and battles of the period from 284 to 476.  At 169 pages – all in full color- this is a great handy reference for students, painters and modelers.

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