Osprey Publishing, 2007. — 65 p. — ISBN 1841768952.From the reign of Augustus (27 s -AD 14) onwards, the Roman Army became a standing force with permanent fortresses distributed throughout the empire. These fortresses developed from the temporary fortifications of the legions on campaign, to finally become elaborate stone fortifications designed to tand the test of time. This book describes the development, design and constr uction of these fortresses throughout the length and breadth of the empire. Also looked at in detail is the experience of life within a typical fortress.IntroductionChronology of the Roman imperial legionsThe design and devel opment of legionary fortressesThe elements of a legionary fortressLiving in a legionar y for tressAftermath: the legionary fortresses in the later periodFur ther readingGlossaryIndex
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