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I have uploaded my 'Centurion' article, originally published in Military Illustrated (now sadly defunct), here. The material will be familiar to most readers, but I have appended a full list of source refs. 'Head-Hunting Roman Cavalry', with refs, to follow in a day or two.

Cheers,
Thanks!!
Plus a twenty odd year old painting of mine! :o

Graham.
Quote:Plus a twenty odd year old painting of mine! :o

Graham, did it appear in an earlier issue of MI, or a related publication?
Hi Ross

MI Issue 81 1995. The original painting was given away in a competition by the magazine.

I thought you had used another image of mine of a centurion or was that another article?

Graham.
Quote:I thought you had used another image of mine of a centurion or was that another article?

Hi Graham,

You'll probably remember that your excellent reconstruction of Lorarius Minucius (For the Glory of Rome) was used in the AW promo brochure, and the splendid Late Roman centurion (also prepared for For the Glory of Rome) reappeared in the Milvian Bridge article for Military History Monthly. Insus, the Lancaster cavalryman, featured in 'Head-Hunting Roman Cavalry' (Mil. Illus.).

Cheers,

Ross
That's very generous of you, Ross; thank you. Looking forward to reading the head-hunting cavalry one, too. It is just a shame I can't prove scalping... Wink
(11-05-2014, 12:49 PM)Ross Cowan Wrote: [ -> ]I have uploaded my 'Centurion' article, originally published in Military Illustrated (now sadly defunct), here. The material will be familiar to most readers, but I have appended a full list of source refs. 'Head-Hunting Roman Cavalry', with refs,  to follow in a day or two.

Cheers,

New link for Centurion.

R!
That is a great article. Thank you for uploading your work!

Scott