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#61
I honestly haven't heard of him, or his group...being as close as I am to Buffalo, NY I would assume I would have. I sent you a PM anyway...
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Magnus/Matt
LEGIO II AVG COH VIII
It amazes me how quickly stupid people are out-breeding the smart ones.

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#62
Hi there, this counts as my first post.

Legio IX - Hispana
Buenos Aires, Argentina
http://www.legio-ix.com.ar
email: info at legio-ix.com.ar
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#63
Salvete,

I wanted to post for a new group in Southern California. I know a few of it's members are already on this board, but I didn't see the group posted yet.

COHORS I PRAETORIA
Location: We have members from various areas of southern and central California
We dont have a website yet, soon hopefully.

We are fairly new group, less than a year old, but at our first two events we made fine showings and were rewarded with a few awards.
M.VAL.BRUTUS
Brandon Barnes
Legio VI Vicrix
http://www.legionsix.org
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#64
PRO ANTICA - Society
Legio XIIII GMV
Located in Poland
www.proantica.org
For contact send message to lvca, or send mail from web page.

From 2001 year we are working on reconstructions of roman legionary/auxiliary equipment and specific to centuries I BC - III AD, but our main goal is to spread knowledge about Rome.
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#65
LEGIO V MACEDONICA. Russia St. Petersburg. Make in the reconstruction of the Roman army period 69 - 100 AD The club has existed since 2002

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http://www.legvmac.ru
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#66
Are you interested in reenacting as a Roman in the Colorado/New Mexico region? Are you an "orphan" looking for a group?

There is a brand new group forming in the Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah region of the USA. Portraying LEGIO VII GEMINA FELIX - stationed in Spain.

Period is 1st - 2nd Century AD.

We welcome civillians and families too! Primarily a living history display group, but we plan on doing drill, weapons training and other demo activities too. Doing both 1st and 3rd person historical interpretation to the public. We also have work sessions to build equipment.

Check out our website at:
WWW.LEGIOVIIGEMINA.ORG

The unit CO is also the owner of The White Mountain Forge, making reproduction Roman items too! Big Grin They can be found here:
The White Mountain Forge
MARCVS VELIVS AVITVS (Reid Neilsen)
LEGIO VII GEMINA FELIX
"SI HOC LEGERE SCIS NIMIVM ERUDITIONIS HABES"

http://www.whitemountainforge.com
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#67
Hi,

this is my group

http//:www.bellum-gallicum.com

Roman republic period
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#68
Hi guys, this is my first post, though i lurk quite a long time in the forums...

I have a group to include in your list, though i am not a member, "Koryvantes" from Greece with main focus on Greek culture and hoplitic tactics.

Unfortuately, as far as i know it is the only re-enactment group in Greece. Re-enactment is not very widely known in Greece and also there is a prohibition in carrying blades by law here which forbits this kind of groups to form Cry

Their site:

http://www.koryvantes.org/koryvantes/
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#69
Cohort V (US) now has a temporary website, and a new email address.
cohort.five @yahoo.com
http://cohortv.wordpress.com/

Thanks.
M. Demetrius Abicio
(David Wills)

Saepe veritas est dura.
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#70
We now have a web presence - Like the group, it is all new, and will be updated and added to soon! There is an interesting download - a catalogue of all Batavian-related epigraphy but it's large at 10mb!

The new COH I BATAVORUM M cR PF
http://www.cohibat.co.uk
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#71
Hi Adrian

Does this mean you have broken away from your parent Legion in the RMRS?

Your list of events does not appear to include Chester next year or will you be there with the RMRS?

Nice site by the way, very useful.

Graham.
"Is all that we see or seem but a dream within a dream" Edgar Allan Poe.

"Every brush-stroke is torn from my body" The Rebel, Tony Hancock.

"..I sweated in that damn dirty armor....TWENTY YEARS!', Charlton Heston, The Warlord.
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#72
Great work Adrian, looking forward to serving with this fine body of men next season.
Richard Craig AKA Aulus Maximus
Cohors I Tungrorum
Cohors I Batavorum
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#73
Graham wrote...
Quote:Does this mean you have broken away from your parent Legion in the RMRS?

Your list of events does not appear to include Chester next year or will you be there with the RMRS?

The RMRS do still have their own original Batavian auxiliary membership, but there were quite a few that made the decision to leave the RMRS. It was never on the cards that there would be a new group as a result. This new group all happened as many of us wanted to continue the close friendships within the auxiliaries and it was suggested that we further the Batavian auxiliaries in another direction.

We are growing fast! We can already field two contubernia, plus officer and Standards. Our civilian side is also getting bigger now.We have had our first events and it all looks rosy so far!

Regarding the Chester show, It is the same weekend as the Nijmegen Stichting Romeinen Festival which we have kindly been invited to attend. Paul Harston did also invite us to Chester, but we had already committed to Nijmegen.
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#74
The Association for the Reenactment of the Battles of the Second Punic War, BELLVM ANNIBALICVM, has born from the union of four spanish groups. We'll try to reenact some of the most important battles between cathaginian an roman forces around Europe.

You can visit us at http://bellvmannibalicvm.blogspot.com


Best Regards
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#75
Very interesting, José. The time between the Hannibalic War and the period immediately before the Marian reforms is one of my favourite periods, and I sometimes feel it is a bit neglected if compared to the imperial times (due in part to a less full archaeological record, I believe). Best of luck with this. I'm looking forward to more updates.
M. Caecilius M.f. Maxentius - Max C.

Qui vincit non est victor nisi victus fatetur
- Q. Ennius, Annales, Frag. XXXI, 493

Secretary of the Ricciacus Frënn (http://www.ricciacus.lu/)
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