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How many civilian groups are there?
#1
I was surprised to see the website of Leg VIII Aug<br>
www.roman.org.uk/ and that they had a large civilian contingent, and a lot of work done on their recreations! And if I didn't know about them, how many don't know about each other? Here's my list of groups, and please throw in as many as you know about, so we can invite them all to the board:<br>
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Legio XX www.larp.com/legioxx Washington DC area<br>
Leg VIII Aug: www.roman.org.uk/ Wales/UK<br>
Leg II Aug: www.legiiavg.org.uk/Index.html Domina UK<br>
Leg XIIII www.romanarmy.net/ RMRS UK<br>
Corbvlo www.corbvlo.com/ Netherlands<br>
Leg X F www.quiknet.com/%7Efifi/index9.htm California<br>
Leg VII Gem www.tinet.org/%7Emasefe/ Catalonia<br>
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Richard Campbell
Legio XX - Alexandria, Virginia
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#2
Hello all<br>
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For a truer indication of what the LEG II AVG civilians get up to, you might want to go [url=http://www.geocities.com/domina_uk" target="top]here[/url].<br>
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#3
Corbvlo www.corbvlo.com/ from Germany???<br>
Rich, Rich, Rich...<br>
OK, you're from the U.S.of A., and all of us European countries are probably smaller than most of yer states..<br>
But with all of us Dutch Rat-ers on the list.. I know most of the guys and ladies from Corbvlo may just be lurkin'around... Tss... Corbvlo's from The Netherlands, man!<br>
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In the UK there are a number of groups where the civilian side of the group is not classed as a separate entity.<br>
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The civilian side of some of these military groups has almost in some cases tended to be the part of the group which attracts organisations like English Heritage etc to book the groups for living history events.<br>
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In some ways in the UK the element of 'battles' and 'fighting' by Roman groups has faded in preference of the 'whole picture'<br>
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The other difference over here is the emphasis on re-enacting life in the frontier provinces rather than that of a persona of Rome ( which If im not mistaken is the USA role? - tell me if im wrong !)<br>
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This is the one major difference on this 'Rome' oriented forum which I would as an individual like to see addressed - it should (in my opinion) be Roman Empire not 'Rome'<br>
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am I wrong?<br>
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What can I say? We USA types have always been geographically challenged.<br>
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And I agree, I think the emphasis is shifting to the Rome as an complete world, not just the military, though that is so much that folks want to see. However, if the light switch turns on, and they see that it was more than words in history book, an entire world, that makes it worthwhile to me. <p></p><i></i>
Richard Campbell
Legio XX - Alexandria, Virginia
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#6
oooer Ive put me foot in it Richsc<br>
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geographically challenged? I would need to look at an Atlas first<br>
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#7
What I should add is, each groups contact information, so we can invite them. I'd really enjoy learning about their events, how they do their clothing and shoes, where they get their pottery etc., and what they specialize in. <p></p><i></i>
Richard Campbell
Legio XX - Alexandria, Virginia
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#8
heres our website (it is still being worked on tho!) Richsc<br>
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