As Roman Infantry except:
|Tunic|| no uniform; so lots of variety
In order of frequency: white, red, crimson, red-brown, ochre, light grey, blue-grey. Cavalry would use more colour than infantry.
Decorations (see illustrations)
Any of (in no order): white, red, crimson, red-brown, ochre, light grey, blue-grey, black, yellow, blue.
|Greaves (leg guard)||Bronze|
|Helmet|| Bowl: Bronze
Crest: Red, black, or white; or alternate these colours
Feathers: Black or white
|Shield|| no uniform; so lots of variety
Star was popular – all variations on what we know as the Macedonian star.
Scutum (oval shield; see illustrations). Known patterns include:
Some may have had iron bosses.
Wicker shield (see illustrations).Wicker (light brown?).
|Belt||Base material : Bronze <=== interesting|
|Sandals + straps|| Base material: Black
|Body armour||Plate (square, round or group of same): Bronze|