• History
  • Published 1988

Cavalry equipment of the Roman army in the first century A.D.

@inproceedings{Bishop1988CavalryEO,
  title={Cavalry equipment of the Roman army in the first century A.D.},
  author={Mildred C. Bishop},
  year={1988}
}
The main aim of this paper is to identify and describe the elements that went together to make up Roman military horse (or riding) harness in the first century A.D.1 Closely linked with this, however, will be a consideration of just how much the archaeological evidence can tell us about the military use of mounts.2 It is to be hoped that the present work will at least serve to generate new interest in cavalry equipment and provoke discussion about the functions of its various components. 

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