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Under lifesize. Found southeast of the Roman fort at Balmuildy farm, Cadder (Strathkelvin district, Strathclyde region), Scotland (see Balmuildy on Pleiades). Dated to the Antonine period, ca. 142-180 CE. More info from the Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery Collections, GLAHM F.1922.8. On display at The Hunterian, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Roman naval engagement against the Carthaginians 260 BC.
Croy Hill legionaries 2 | Flickr Relief of three legionaries from Croy Hill on the Antonine Wall. Perhaps a fragment of a gravestone, the soldiers are equipped with flat-tanged heavy pila (javelins), cylindrical scuta (shields) and helmets. The carving on the shoulder of the righthand figure may represent lorica segmentata, or it may simply be the folds of clothing. All three figures wear the paenula cloak. National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. AD 169-161.