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Roman Legion - Legio VII Claudia Pia Fidelis

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Legio VII Claudia Pia Fidelis (Seventh Legion of Claudius)— Roman Legion formed by Julius Caesar .

Date of creation: 58 BC. It lasted until the end of the IV century AD.

Symbols: Bull and Lion.

Battle Path

An inscription from the Azrak oasis mentioning the VII Claudian Legion. Jordan. Museum. A.D. 273
Salona, tombstone of Tribonius of the VII Claudian Legion. Archaeological Museum of Split, Croatia. 6-58 A.D.
Biyachi, the tombstone of Wegnonius, a veteran of the VII Claudius Legion. Split City Museum, Archaeological Museum, Croatia. 6-58 A.D.

Related topics

Legion, Legionnaire

Literature

1. Dandelot-Collins. Legions of Rome.

2. R. Kanya. A brief history of the various legions.

3. J.-P. Laporte, "Legion VIIa and the Rule of the Colonies of Augustus Césarene", in: Jan Le Bogue, Legions of Rome and the Upper Empire (2000 Lyon) 555-579

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

5. 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

6. K. Strobel, " Zur Geschichte der Legiones V (Macedonica) and VII (Claudia pia fidelis)", in the publication "State District in Galatia", in: Jan Le Bogue, Le Legion de Rome-sousse-le Empire (2000 Lyon) 515-52

Gallery

Salona, tombstone of Vatinius of the VII Claudian Legion. Archaeological Museum of Split, Croatia. 6-58 A.D.