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Fourth and fifth century Roman troops. What remains a mystery is the sudden disappearance of effective Roman fighting troops outside Italia in the West by the late fifth century, while in the East, the foundations were being laid for the highly capable armies that reconquered much of the west under Justinian and brought the Persian Empire to its knees under Heraclius.

Fourth and fifth century Roman troops. What remains a mystery is the sudden disappearance of effective Roman fighting troops outside Italia in the West by the late fifth century, while in the East, the foundations were being laid for the highly capable armies that reconquered much of the west under Justinian and brought the Persian Empire to its knees under Heraclius.

An example of a late Roman empire cavalryman, perhaps 5th century CE. His helmet and chainmail already look very much like the armour of later medieval knights. He bears a light, round shield and a lance for stabbing. The sword of the Roman cavalryman was the spatha, a long-bladed weapon, granting the rider a much greater reach than the legionary's short gladius.

An example of a late Roman empire cavalryman, perhaps 5th century CE. His helmet and chainmail already look very much like the armour of later medieval knights. He bears a light, round shield and a lance for stabbing. The sword of the Roman cavalryman was the spatha, a long-bladed weapon, granting the rider a much greater reach than the legionary's short gladius.

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