"Julius Caesar leads the Republic of Rome's soldiers in a downhill attack on the hordes of Helvetia at the battle of Bibracte. He wears his famous red cloak and boots as he fights, amongst the front ranks of the Tenth legion" - art by Mark Churms
Pinturas y cuadros de la Antigüedad (batallas y otros)
Aerial view of the almost intact ancient Sabratha Theatre located in Sabratha, Libya, on the Mediterranean coast. The site was originally a Phoenician trading-post, but became part of the Roman Empire, and its monuments were built in the and centuries AD.
Ancient Greek Artillery Technology: From Catapults to the Architronio Canon This weapon is a catapult-stone-ball firing Roman Ballista from circa 50 BC, similar to Greek Ballistrae of the and Centuries BC.
Roman onager - The onagers of the Roman Empire were mainly used for besieging forts or settlements. They would often be armed with large stones that could be covered with a combustible substance and set alight. They could be outranged by bows.