Attila Orbán
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Openwork scabbard plate. Courtesy of the Limesmuseum Aalen - Aalen-D.

Openwork scabbard plate. Courtesy of the Limesmuseum Aalen - Aalen-D.

Openwork dagger sheath plate. Width 50.5mm. Surviving height 44mm. Height at rear 31mm. Thickness 7.5mm. Width of channel 4.5mm. Portable Antiquities Scheme Unique ID: NMS-6A2034. Found in Wighton, North Norfolk.

Openwork dagger sheath plate. Width 50.5mm. Surviving height 44mm. Height at rear 31mm. Thickness 7.5mm. Width of channel 4.5mm. Portable Antiquities Scheme Unique ID: NMS-6A2034. Found in Wighton, North Norfolk.

A dagger scabbard cover plate found on the site of the ancient battlefield at Harzhorn at Northeim  in Leinetal, ca. 200 CE.

A dagger scabbard cover plate found on the site of the ancient battlefield at Harzhorn at Northeim in Leinetal, ca. 200 CE.

late roman legionary

late roman legionary

late roman legionary

late roman legionary

Roman Legionary

Roman Legionary

A first century cornicen. His armour and helmet are covered in a wolf skin. He would usually also carry a small circular shield. The cornicen is one of the trumpeters of the legion. In battle he would use his horn, called the cornu, to draw the attention of the soldiers to any new order being signalled.

A first century cornicen. His armour and helmet are covered in a wolf skin. He would usually also carry a small circular shield. The cornicen is one of the trumpeters of the legion. In battle he would use his horn, called the cornu, to draw the attention of the soldiers to any new order being signalled.