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Legionary: The Scourge of Thracia
This page holds the relevant maps, diagrams and photographs that might be helpful to readers in understanding the world described in the tale of 'Legionary: The Scourge of Thracia'. Click on the links below for more information.

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Photos

The Shipka Pass - the most central of five main passes allowing north-south movement across the Haemus (Balkan) Mountains.


Three views of the Stipon Fortress at Trajan's Gate on the Succi Pass.

The entrance to the tunnel that leads down from the Stipon Fortress to the floor of the Succi Pass, where a small brook would have served as a water supply.



Maps

1. Interactive Map - click on any pin to see details and photos of the relevant location.

2. The Roman Empire circa 377 AD. Click image to enlarge.
Roman Empire Circa 377 AD


3. The Roman Diocese of Thracia and the Epicentre of the Gothic Wars circa 377 AD. Click image to enlarge.
Diocese of Thracia & the Epicentre of the Gothic Wars, circa 377 AD


2. Trajan's Gate at the Succi Pass, circa 377 AD. Click image to enlarge.
Trajan's Gate at the Succi Pass, circa 377 AD



Diagrams

1. High Command Structure of the Eastern Roman Empire in the late 4th Century. Click image to enlarge.
High Command Structure of the Eastern Roman Empire in the Late 4th Century

2. Structure of the XI Claudia Legion. Click image to enlarge.
Structure of the XI Claudia



Articles