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Ivory heads of two roman knifes in the form of gladiators, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne

Ivory heads of two roman knifes in the form of gladiators, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne

Oil lamp in the form of a gladiator, 1st - 2nd century AD, from Epetium (Stobreč), Split Archaeological Museum | F

Oil lamp in the form of a gladiator, 1st - 2nd century AD, from Epetium (Stobreč), Split Archaeological Museum | F

Ivory figurine of a gladiator, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne

古代ギリシャ語, ケルン, 小さな像, アイボリー, Roman

Ivory heads of two roman knifes in the form of gladiators, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne |

Ivory heads of two roman knifes in the form of gladiators, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne |

Marble relief from Halicarnassus showing two women, armed with swords and shields, engaged in gladiatorial single combat. For the inscription, see Lefkowitz-Fant 2005 no. 295 (British Museum, London).   Marble relief commemorating the release from service (i.e. the grant of freedom) to two female gladiators, Amazon and Achillia. They are shown with the same equipment as male gladiators, but without helmets.

Marble relief from Halicarnassus showing two women, armed with swords and shields, engaged in gladiatorial single combat. For the inscription, see Lefkowitz-Fant 2005 no. 295 (British Museum, London). Marble relief commemorating the release from service (i.e. the grant of freedom) to two female gladiators, Amazon and Achillia. They are shown with the same equipment as male gladiators, but without helmets.

Statuette of a Secutor, Roman Grand (Andesina), France  Thought to have originated around 50 AD, the Secutor ("Follower", from sequor "I follow, come or go after") was armed similarly to the Murmillo gladiator, and like the Murmillo, was protected by heavy armour. A Secutor usually carried a short sword, a gladius, or a dagger. The Secutor was specially trained to fight a Retiarius, a type of lightly armoured gladiator armed with a trident and net.

Statuette of a Secutor, Roman Grand (Andesina), France Thought to have originated around 50 AD, the Secutor ("Follower", from sequor "I follow, come or go after") was armed similarly to the Murmillo gladiator, and like the Murmillo, was protected by heavy armour. A Secutor usually carried a short sword, a gladius, or a dagger. The Secutor was specially trained to fight a Retiarius, a type of lightly armoured gladiator armed with a trident and net.

Roman terracotta Murmillo gladiator, 1st-2nd century A.D. Wearing removable, crested helmet with inset triangular visor carrying an oblong shield and dagger, a large greave on his advancing leg, 24.5 cm high. Private collection

Roman terracotta Murmillo gladiator, 1st-2nd century A.D. Wearing removable, crested helmet with inset triangular visor carrying an oblong shield and dagger, a large greave on his advancing leg, 24.5 cm high. Private collection

Two clay gladiator statuettes and three bronze medallion with relief of gladiators, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne

ケルン, ローマ人への手紙, 戦士, ブロンズ, 英雄たち, Roman History

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