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Roman armour of metal scales, probably bronze and not iron because of little corrosion, sewn onto a coarse textile, discovered at Dura Europos, a Hellenistic, Parthian and Roman border city built on an escarpment 90 m above the right bank of the Euphrates river. It is located near the village of Salhiyé, in today's Syria.

Roman armour of metal scales, probably bronze and not iron because of little corrosion, sewn onto a coarse textile, discovered at Dura Europos, a Hellenistic, Parthian and Roman border city built on an escarpment 90 m above the right bank of the Euphrates river. It is located near the village of Salhiyé, in today's Syria.

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Roman reenactor Optio. He wears a helmet with two feathers and a crest is one of the symbols that he is an Optio, or a deputy for the Centurion

Roman reenactor Optio. He wears a helmet with two feathers and a crest is one of the symbols that he is an Optio, or a deputy for the Centurion

Nero. Detail. Marble. 54—68 CE. Inv. No. 506 T (Cat. Mendel 584). Istanbul, Archaeological Museum

Nero. Detail. Marble. 54—68 CE. Inv. No. 506 T (Cat. Mendel 584). Istanbul, Archaeological Museum

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