LEG X FRET
Make Roma Great Again
ru | en

Roman Legion - Legio IIII Flavia Felix

Багерман А.Я.

Attention! The text below was auto-translated from Russian. You can switch the site language to Russian to see the text in its original language or wait until it is fully translated.

Legio IIII Flavia Felix (Fourth Happy Flavian Legion) — Roman legion of the Imperial era.

Date of creation: 70 A.D. Lasted until the beginning of the fifth century.

Symbol: Lion.

Battle Path

Tile IIII Flavia Legion Felix. Croatia, city of Zadar, Archaeological Museum. Circa 70-95 AD.
Altar with an inscription about the IIII-th Legion of Flavius Felix. 1st century AD
Apamea, tombstone of Valerius Magnus, soldier IIII Flavius Felix. 1st century AD

Related topics

Legion, Legionnaire

Literature

1. Dandelot-Collins. Legions of Rome.

2. J. Le Bogaec and K. Wolf, "Legiones Moesiae Superioris", in kn .: Yann Le Boeck, "Legion of Rome-sous-Imperia" (2000 Lyon) 239-245

3. I. Piso, "Legends of the Province of the Province of Dacia", in: Jan Le Bogec, Legion of Rome, Empire of the Upper (2000 Lyon) 205-225

4. Kanya River. A brief history of the various legions.

Gallery

Apamea, tombstone of Valerius Magnus, soldier IIII Flavius Felix. 1st century AD
Coin of Antoninianus Carausius with mention of the IV Happy Flavian Legion. 286-287 A.D.