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Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies 11 (2000): Re-enactment as…

by Alexandra Croom

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Papers from the Proceedings of the Twelfth International Roman Military Equipment Conference held in South Shields in 1999. Contents: A late-republican gladius from the River Ljubljanica (Slovenia) (J Istenic); Miraveche-Monte Bernorio type daggers: new data about their manufacture (I Filloy); Roman military settlements at Herrera de Pisuerga, Spain (E Illarregui and C Perez-Gonzalez); Late Roman military equipment from the city of Iruna/Veleia (Alava, Spain) (E Gil, I Filloy and A Iriarte); Making and testing of a falx also known as the Dacian battle scythe (D Sim); Reconstruction and use of Roman weaponry in the 2nd century BC (P Connolly); Pseudo-Heron's cheiroballistra a(nother) reconstruction: I. Theoretics (A Iriarte); Scorpio and cheiroballista (A Wilkins and L Morgan); Experiments with the sarissa - the Macedonian pike and cavalry lance - a functional view (P Connolly); Gladiatorial and military equipment and fighting technique (M Junkelmann); Recreating the world of the Roman soldier (T Haines, G Sumner and J Naylor); Wear and tear of 3rd century military equipment (A Croom); Re-enactment as research (W B Griffiths).

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