Roman soldier (1st century BC)

Roman soldier (1st century BC)

Mercenaries of the ancient Roman army were well-trained and well equipped with the most up-to-date weapons.

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Ancient Roman infantry tactics

Members of the ancient Roman Legions were the masters of military tactics.

Ancient Roman military camp

As the Roman Empire expanded, military camps were established on the newly conquered territories.

Alesia (France, 1st century BC)

The Gaul city Alesia, defended by Vercingetorix, was besieged by the Roman forces of Julius Caesar in 52 BC.

Ancient Roman siege engines

Ancient Roman conquerors had effective siege engines developed for attacking fortifications.

Battle of Alesia (52 BC)

The Gaul city Alesia, which was defended by Vercingetorix, was besieged by the Roman forces of Julius Caesar in 52 BC.

Battle of Zama (202 BC)

Scipio’s Roman army defeated Hannibal’s Punic army in the battle fought during the 2nd Punic war in Africa.

Provinces and settlements of Ancient Rome

This animation presents the history of Ancient Rome throughout the centuries.

Quinquereme (3rd century BC)

The warship having several rows of oars was the typical warship of the Hellenistic era.

Ancient Roman aqueduct and road

The excellent road and aqueduct system covering the whole empire reflects well the development of the Roman civilisation.

Late Roman soldier (4th century)

The prosperity of the eastern part of the Roman Empire started in the early 4th century, during the reign of Emperor Constantine.

Legendary ancient empires

Numerous legendary empires were built (and destroyed) in the course of history.

Pula Arena (Pula, 1st century)

The Pula Arena, located in present-day Croatia, was one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in the Antiquity.

The battle of Actium (31 BC)

In the battle fought at the shores of Hellas, Octavian won a decisive victory over Marcus Antonius.

The Battle of the Catalaunian Plains (451)

The Roman army, led by Flavius Aetius, stopped the Hun invasion led by king Attila

Ancient Roman senator with his wife

Senators, being members of the highest social class of ancient Rome, wore togas with purple edges.

Diocletian's Palace (Split, Croatia)

The fortress-like palace was built by Roman Emperor Diocletian on the coast near his home town.

Germanic warrior (4th century)

Dreaded Germanic warriors spreading out from Northern Europe towards the south also threatened the Roman Empire.

Greek and Macedonian phalanx formation

The phalanx formation was a military formation of the Greek heavy infantry.

Kolizejs (Roma, 1. gadsimts)

Romas slavenākais un majestātiskākais amfiteātris tika uzbūvēts 1. gadsimtā.

Bireme (ancient oared warship)

A bireme is a type of ancient warship, with a characteristic pointed bow and two decks of oars, used by many armies.

Byzantine Emperor (6th century)

The Byzantine Emperor was the head of the Byzantine Empire, the direct continuation of the Roman Empire.

Clothing of Barbarians (5th century)

Clothing reflects the lifestyle and culture of the given era and region.

Roman gladiators (2nd century)

Gladiators were combatants who entertained audiences in fights against each other or wild animals in ancient Roman arenas.

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