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* [ Legio XX] (College Park, MD)
* [ Legio XX] (College Park, MD)
* [ Legio VI Novae Romae] (Albany NY)
* [ Legio VI Novae Romae] (Albany NY)
Legio XIII Gemina - Houston, Texas - Approved in 2013
* Legio XIII Gemina - Houston, Texas - Approved in 2013
* [ Legio IX Hispana Cohors III] (Washington, D.C. area)

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Members of Legio XXIV Media Atlantia in camp.

People from across the world have for decades come together to reenact historical military and civilian life at various periods in time. A large number of these are dedicated to the Roman era. As part of our efforts to bring ancient Rome back to life, Nova Roma sponsors the activities of various legions across the world. The level of historical detail required varies from legion to legion, and some engage in mock combat while others display their prowess at period drill and camp life. Several groups of Roman military reenactors have been approved by senatus consultum. Some of these legionary units, like the Legio XXI Rapax, have been established as our own representative and ceremonial Roman army: join us - we want you!


Sodalitas Militarium

The Sodalitas Militarium of Nova Roma is devoted to the study of Roman martial art, as well as cataloging, modeling and re-enacting the great military forces that were Rome's. More information can be found on the Sodalitas Militarium page.

Nova Roma has, from its beginning, sponsored reenactment units throughout the world. Benefits include citizenship, a listing on this page, and web server space. For more information, or to apply, please see the Legio Sponsorship Application Form. Legions we currently sponsor can be found at Legiones.

To apply for sponsorship, please see the Legio Sponsorship Application Form.


Our Category:Roman Clothing and Equipment pages contain extensive information on Roman military equipment and weapons, and clothing including armour, tunics, and togas.


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