The Praetorium Guard of Imperial Rome was the power behind the throne, with the ability to make or break an Emperor. This title covers their organization, dress and history from their origins in the guard units of republican commanders to their destruction at the battle of Milvian bridge in 312AD.
Guardians of the Roman Empire Summary
Guardians of the Roman Empire by Boris Rankov
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Table of Contents
Origins of the Guard; organisation; the Julo-Claudians; from Vitellus to Hadrian; the 2nd and 3rd centuries; uniforms and equipment; description of the 12 full colour plates.
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