I think I remember that!purple peril wrote:Ages ago at the cinema, when they still used to show an additional (often eduacational) film before the main feature, I remember them showing a film about the discovery and preservation of the ships discovered at Roskildefjord...
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- Wed Nov 16, 2011 9:14 pm
- Forum: 410-1100
- Topic: building the worlds most iconic Viking ship
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Plenty around, apart from the Hancock, Vindolanda and the Roman Army Museum are worth a joint trip, it is after all, Wall country :) I often use a very useful site in conjunction with books, some signposted at the bottom of the articles, for information. I've attached the main links for Bar Hill and...
The link to Housesteads was due to a gravestone (dated between 125 and 140 AD). It's now in the Hancock museum in Newcastle and shows equipment associated with the Hamian archers including a bow of a recurved composite type. Horn reinforces for composite reflex bows have been found at Bar Hill (wher...
The Sycthian and Hamian archer auxiallarys are well know, and documented, and they for certain used composite recurves, but never served over here Some sources show that Cohors I Hamiorum Sagittariorum were based at Carvoran fort before being moved to Bar Hill on the Antonine Wall during the second...
- Wed Aug 08, 2007 11:40 pm
- Forum: 55BC-410AD
- Topic: Looking for a Roman re-enactment group around Nottingham
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Are you intending to stay in the Nottingham area all the time or will you be going back home during the summer? if so that may be a better indication of where a group to fit may be as the majority of the season will probably occur when you are not at University. Just a thought before names are bandi...