Roman Oval Shield Of The Ioviani SenioresYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
“The oval shield is not only much larger than the previous model, but almost flat instead of laterally curved, made of solid planks instead of plywood, and supported by a double grip at elbow and hand instead of at the centre only. This is plainly shown by a number of monuments.” (Phil Barker)
SHIELD PATTERN: Ioviani Seniores. Legio Palatina. Senior of the western legiones and second senior over all. Raised by the Emperor Diocletian and famed for its skill with the lead-weighted throwing darts called martiobarbuli.