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Description - Roman Military Clothing by Raffaele Amato

This book is the concluding part of a rigorous study of the literary, sculptural, pictorial and archaeological evidence for Roman military clothing, covering the last days of the Western Empire and the much longer record of the Eastern, in the 5th to 7th centuries. The evidence from this enormously colourful period - when Germanic and Persian styles, first introduced by mercenaries, were widely adopted by Roman armies - is particularly rich. The text is illustrated with many photographs of rare textile finds, and mosaic artwork; with careful drawings of other figurative sources; and with Graham Sumner's meticulous and dazzling colour reconstructions.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781841768434
ISBN-10: 184176843X
Format: Paperback
(248mm x 184mm x 5mm)
Pages: 48
Imprint: Osprey Publishing
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publish Date: 3-Aug-2005
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Raffaele Amato

Dr Raffaele Amato is an experienced Turin-based researcher of the ancient world. He is an external professor to the Athens University School of Philosophy and Material Culture. Graham Sumner was born in 1958. He has been involved with the Ermine Street Guard for nearly 20 years. He has written a number of articles on the Roman Army for 'Military Illustrated' magazine and was the author of the popular 'Roman Army: Wars of the Empire' in Brasseys' History of Uniform series. He is the author/artist of the first two Roman Military Clothing titles, Men-at-Arms 374 and 390.