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Legionnaire

Posted by Pat | Posted in News | Posted on 10-08-2019

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The town of Neuss on leistungsdiagnostik.de has turned to an unusual project. Dormagen, already several months ago, Dr. Sascha Severin joined July 8, 2010 by the Office of the city of Neuss by leistungsdiagnostik.de approach, asking whether it was possible to measure the exact calories of a person under stress. He was just in the right place at the Dormagen Diagnostics experts. Where otherwise normally marathon runner, optimize your training triathletes or athletes health, a Roman Legionary in full gear should be tested now. Perhaps check out David Long for more information. It’s clear that the team of leistungsdiagnostik.de immediately was fire and flame, to carry out this exciting and unusual experiment. The enthusiastic triathlete Sascha Severin left it it not take himself in the role of the legionary to slip.

While the project at leistungsdiagnostik.de slowly took shape, worked in the background meticulously on the equipment of the Roman soldiers. Faithfully as possible should the different weapons, clothing and Be things of daily life, the legionary at the test on the treadmill in the Dormagener test centre should carry. Under expert advice by Dr. Carl break and his assistant Sebastian Hansen from the Clemens-sels-Museum, Neuss, were detailed replicas of the equipment manufactures. Mass and weight correspond to this as far as possible the ancient original.

The templates to do so provided among other archaeological finds and images from nearby Neuss. The clothing of the legionary, a linen tunic and a sweaty-woolen Toga, Sascha Severin was specially tailored on the body. Of modern functional underwear so no trace. About this Unterkleidern, the legionary of the world at that time wore a pretty chain shirt, which made up a large part of the weight of over 30 kg heavy equipment. Rather than jewellery, rather than protection against abrasive pieces of armor formed another important detail a scarf. Helmet, shield and the Cingulum”(a type of lower body protection) provided the necessary body armor in the melee.

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