|Pigeon's-eye view of San Patronio portal arch carvings.|
|Roman camp recreation in Piazza Maggiore from San Petronio scaffolding.|
|Legionary re-enactors of Bononia|
|The testudo, or tortoise defensive formation.|
|The public is invited to view the Roman encampment.|
|Two ballistae and an onager, siege weapons that are powered by twisted rope tension.|
Onager means wild ass, which describes the bucking of the machine when fired.
|Soldiers and their helmets.|
|Shield and armor maker and some of his equipment.|
|Grain, fruit, vegetables, nuts, spices, wine, oil, bread.|
Carry or scavenge everything.
|Parts of the body were thought to be controlled by various deities,|
but they could be influenced by various doses and annointments.
|The aenetore uses a buccina to mark the hours.|
Below he holds a cornu for issuing commands.
|The camp commander in his tent. A few more comforts.|
|Water spouts and valves.|
|Strada Maggiore heading east from centro.|
(Viewed from the Torre Asinelli.)