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Houston Museum of Natural Science

Roman Legionnaires – The Soldiers of the Roman Empire by John Keahey

Tuesday, May. 23, 2017 – Tuesday, May. 23, 2017

06:30 PM
US/Central

Each item of armor, weaponry and equipment of the typical Roman legionary soldier from 1 to 300 A.D. will be explained by historian John Keahey, while in character. The Roman auxiliary soldier, who was recruited from non-Roman tribe and could earn Roman citizenship through his service, will also be examined. The discussion will include the living conditions and daily lives of these soldiers.

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