In this exhibition, we will encounter anything that is related to war and their beliefs. One thing you should know is that the Romans were described as "born already armed," or at least, that's what Josephus, a scholar, said. They had many years to prepare to be a part of many warfares. The Roman military was so successful that it was considered to be the most powerful in history. They basically ruled the Western world for thousands of years. It is fascinating how many people were in the military/army (or were gladiators but that is besides the point). The Roman Empire aproximately had 45-120 million citizens. Out of all these people, about 375,000 were soldiers. The Roman Empire was actually created by the army itself. They brought riches from different territories that they had won from wars. They say that the training was harsh for the army/military. But a good thing came out of it, they learned to be fit and disciplined. In this unique exhibition, you will see a total of 8 objects. (yes, I know. Why 8? But you'll just have to deal with it, now don't you.) Here is one piece of information for you, they might not look like they belong, but they do. Each object represents a part of their history or a symbol that is important to the army/military. People included. Let me be honest here, it was hard to find artifacts about this theme. I know what you're thinking. What? But you could just find weapons that they used or something right? I didn't find any weapons that they used. Well just one but that one is only used by people with higher power. Besides that, I haven't found one. Sad right? So some of these artifacts might not 'get along' with each other that well. So without further ado, I present you: These amazing artifacts! Bibliography: "Trajan." - Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Sept. 2014. "The Roman Army and Warfare." The Roman Army and Warfare. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Sept. 2014. "Military of Ancient Rome." - Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Sept. 2014. "Gladiators of Ancient Rome." Gladiators of Ancient Rome. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Sept. 2014.