Légionnaires et craftsmen of Römergruppe Pfünz at their campsite. Members of this reenactment society demonstrated the work of various craftsmen during Roman times en Allemagne. The legionnaires of the unit participated in field exercises alongside several other legions at the annual Roman gathering in Aalen on 23rd et 24th Septembre 2000. The unit also showed beautifully made replicas of Roman Scorpio et Onager catapults, different types of arrowheads, shields, body armour et other personal equipment carried by the Roman legionnaire. Members of the unit were always on hand to answer the many questions asked by a very interested audience.
- Roman Gathering at Castellum Aalen, 23.-24.09.2000
Roman shields et body armour
Working model of the Roman Onager catapult
Onager catapult for stone et incendiary projectiles
Scorpio, small boltthrower
Arrows used by Roman auxiliary archers
Armour piercing arrowheads
Jugs, pots, cups et candle holders made by the figulus (potter)
Roman amphores et food storage containers
The turner preparing the tool
The turner at work on the lathe
Wooden bowls et balls
Wooden boards are sawn out of a tree
A day’s work for the tignarius (carpenter): beams hewn out of large trees
Römergruppe Pfünz participates in several Roman gatherings et reenactment events during the summer months.
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