Collection by Scinzon

Soldier of Rome Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Imperial Legion, Roman Armor, Roman Sword, Rome Antique, Roman Warriors, Roman Legion, Greek Warrior

King Caelius Dorianus, the Aasimar-King. The sixth king of Valkyria. Promised aasimar across the continent that Valkyria would be a safe place free of prosecution toward Aasimar.

 An aquila (or eagle) was a prominent symbol of ancient Rome most notably as the standard of each Roman legion. A legionary known as an aquilifer (eagle-bearer) carried the standard. Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Rome Antique, Roman Warriors, Roman Legion, Jason Grace, Templer, Roman Soldiers, Roman History

Romans, eagles were held in high esteem, often being aligned with Zeus and his power. In his Natural History, Pliny the Elder goes one describe how the Eagle was equal to a dragon in power and force, so that a battle between the two would be a duel to the death.

Eagle Artist/Maker(s): Unknown Culture: Roman Place(s): Asia Minor (Place created) Date: 100 - 300 Medium: Bronze Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Statues, Roman Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture

Unknown, Eagle, 100-300 A.D. Roman, Bronze. Object: H: 104.2 X W: 78.7 X D: 76.2 cm. 72.AB.151. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California