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The Essay Is on the Training of the Roman Armies and Their Place in Society
During the Roman Empire its army was considered almost unconquerable. They became a feared force known to be well disciplined and well trained. The soldiers had to be strong and fit. These soldiers would have to carry their weapons and provisions for approximately two weeks. They had to win their battles not only through their power but also with their courage and intelligence.
The recruitment of the soldiers were based on citizenship and wealth. The reasoning was that if a man had property that he was to risk in battle, he would fight for it until the end. He would also arm himself at his expense. The citizens were classified by their wealth into 5 classes. The wealthiest class formed the Legion. The rest of the 4 classes were made up of the rest of the army. Officers were taken from leading citizens and they joined the Order of Knights, or Equities. This was all done at their own expense. …
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