The Military Of The Roman Empire

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History

 

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Charles F

 

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October 15, 2012

 

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University

 

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There were around thirty-five to forty different types of soldiers in the Roman Military, all of which I have listed at the end of my paper. When Rome was at its highest point it is estimated that there were around 120 million people living there. At its peak the Roman army contained around 20 million soldiers...
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There has even been evidence that suggest that there were women in the roman military. Women were never admitted into core units such as the legions, but there is archaeological evidence that suggest some women did serve in the federated troops used later in the Empire. For the majority of its history, the Roman army was open to male soldiers only, and only those classified as Roman citizens were able to join the military...
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