What Weapons Did the Roman Army Have?

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The roman army used three main weapons namely: The Pilum which was similar to a javelin today; the legionaries would throw it at the enemy as they ran at them. There was also the gladius which was the main weapon for the Roman soldier when he got into close quarter fighting. They also used the pugio, a small dagger used in combat if all else had been lost.
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The Romans had Basic Equipment which included: Cassis- helmet, Lorica Segmentata- armour, Gladius- sword, 18-24 in. long, Pilium- medium-length throwing spear, Scutum- shield, Red Battle Cloak and Sandals
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