Milites came from all over the Roman Empire, such as Spain (Hispania), France (Gallia), Africa, Britain (Britannia) and Italy (Italia). They were not allowed to marry during their years of service. They were trained to construct bridges and roads, as well as to set up camp. Milites embodied a strong sense of discipline and ruthless persistence. They marched and maneuvered formations as one unit, a ‘Centvria’ (Centuria – 80 fighting men).
The Legion is on the hunt for new recruits – Do you have what it takes to join the Tenth Fretensis? 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
"No man can be wise on an empty stomach", said George Eliot 😉 Food never lacks at our camp site! 😋
As part of our living-history, we give importance to the 'Cvlina' (cuisine). We display, cook and eat ancient documented recipes, using ingredients that were known to be available at the time. It's always a thrill to try-out and have a taste from the past! ... See MoreSee Less