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Late-Roman and East Roman Armour
#16
Sven,
Even the most nicky-picky of us agree on Late period starting with the Tetrarchy. Therefore, Piazza Armerina is a Late Roman villa by all accounts! :wink:

Which pics are you referring to? The mosaic is from Piazza Armerina and the detail is from the silver Theodosius' missorium (say, end of IVth century)

Paul,

Yes, Piazza Armerina mosics were made during the First Tetrarchy but there are some interesting (rather crude) repairs to the Great Hunt mosaic, displaying 'propeller' belts, which would be Constantine/Constantius II.

I have not seen big square tabliones on cloaks earlier than Theodosius' missorium :?

Aitor
It\'s all an accident, an accident of hands. Mine, others, all without mind, from one extreme to another, but neither works nor will ever.

Rolf Steiner
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#17
Hi everyone!

Well, thanks, so far, for your photos. But all the photos you add to your postings - I cannot use them. I need the hi-res versions, at least 3 MegaPixels, or better.

Photo Submissions please to:

Entries [at] TerraRomana [ Point] org

or

Sven [Point] Littkowski [at] Navis [Point] TerraRomana [ Point] org

Please do not forget to add a small description of the costume, purpose, ethnic assignment and time frame.

No problem if you have different posings. I also welcome ancient Roman items, such as bucks (for water), clepsydra (water clock), tents, ropes put together, etc....

Thanks!

Sven
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#18
Sven,
Then you was talking about the pic with the people? :?
If so, I'll e-mail it to you... 8)

Aitor
It\'s all an accident, an accident of hands. Mine, others, all without mind, from one extreme to another, but neither works nor will ever.

Rolf Steiner
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#19
Aitor Iriarte:

Thanks! I am looking forward! Right now, I am working on the reconstruction of a bigger Corbita. I could use your photos a lot, I think. Let me see!

Greetings,

Sven
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#20
Sven,
My first e-mail has benn bounced-off Sad
should I keep that spaces in your address Sven [Point] Littkowski [at] Navis [Point] TerraRomana [ Point] org
or should I reconstruct it without them Sven[Point]Littkowski[at]Navis[Point]TerraRomana[Point]org ? :?

Aitor
It\'s all an accident, an accident of hands. Mine, others, all without mind, from one extreme to another, but neither works nor will ever.

Rolf Steiner
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#21
Well, e-mail addresses do not contain spaces. All spaces need to be removed. Sorry, I should have said this earlier... Idea

Sven
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#22
Well, the fact is that I thought about it, supressed the spaces and, notwithstanding, the e-mail bounced back... :?

Aitor
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Rolf Steiner
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