Roman helmet of sagittarius from the Intercisa fort. I-III A.D.
Roman helmet of sagittarius from the Intercisa fort. I-III A.D.
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Roman helmet of sagittarius from the Intercisa fort. I-III A.D.

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Roman Empire
I-III century

Sagittarii (Latin, plural form of sagittarius) is the Latin term for archers. The term sagittariorum in the title of an infantry or cavalry unit indicated a specialized archer regiment. Regular auxiliary units of foot and horse archers appeared in the Roman army during the early empire.

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