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Cives Ravraci et Vicani Vindonissenses - A Basel, Switzerland-based group re-enacting second-century (C.E.) civilian life in the Roman city of Augusta Rauraci and legionary life in the nearby legionary camp of Vindonissa. Photos of re-enactments, schedule of events, filmography of movies set in the Imperial era. Some materials German-only.
Legio II Adiutrix (Familia Gladiatoria) - Hungarian group re-enacting Roman era as legionaries and gladiators. Photos of re-enactments, schedule of performances.
Legio II Adiutrix (The Free Company) - Part of the "Free Company" umbrella group, Legio II Adiutrix are based in Southern England and re-enact a Roman Legion in first century (C.E.) Britain. Contact information and description of performances.
Legio II Augusta - Reenactment society based in Portsmouth, Hampshire recreates Roman Britain in its military and civilian aspects during the First and Second Centuries. Unit history, events schedule, contact information.
Legio III Gallica - A New Orleans, Louisiana-based group. Photos of unit re-enacting, schedule of future events.
Legio V Alaudæ - A Fort Bragg, North Carolina-based group which re-enacts a legion of the first century (C.E.). Member of Nova Roma. Contact information, eligibility criteria, list of equipment.
Legio VI (Strength and Honor) - Based in Albany, New York, this group re-enacts second century C.E. Romans, military and civilian, as well as barbarian clans. Calendar of events, photos of re-enactors.
Legio VI Ferrata - Arizona-based group portraying first century (C.E.) Roman garrisons in Judaea and Syria. Requirements for clothing and equipment, patterns for Roman tunics and cloaks.
Legio VI Victrix (Gryphon Foundation) - A Los Angeles, California-based group re-enacting military and civilian life in second century (C.E.) border town. Contact information, links.
Legio VI Victrix (The Antonine Guard) - Re-enactment group concentrating on the period of Roman occupation of Scotland in the 1st and 2nd centuries CE. Activities, photographs.
Legio VII Claudia Pia Fidelis - A Canton, Ohio-based group-in-formation which will re-enact Roman legionaries. Contact information.
Legio VIII Augusta - A group in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. History of the historical Eighth Legion, Roman history in Baden-Württemberg and photos of the unit in action.
Legio VIII Augusta MGV - Enthusiasts from Wales and the North of England who aim to authentically depict the civilian and military society of Roman Britain during the late 1st and early 2nd century A.D. Activities.
Legio VIIII Hispana - Australian-based group re-enacting the first century (C.E.) "lost" legion. Historical sketch of the original Ninth, equipment standards, photos of re-enactment. Also in Latin.
Legio X Fretensis - Saint Petersburgh, Russia-based group re-enacting a first century (C.E.) legion. History of original Tenth, table of Roman army ranks.
Legio X Fretensis (Northern California) - A Northern California group re-enacting a Roman Legion of the first century C.E. Equipment list, newsletter, photographs of unit at various events.
Legio X Gemina - Nijmegen, Netherlands-based unit re-enacting the first-century (C.E.) legion. Battle history of the original legion, description of equipment, photos of re-enactments.
Legio XIII Gemina (Society for Roman History in Austria) - A Vienna, Austria-based group re-enacting a Roman legion. History of the original Thirteenth and photographs of group re-enacting.
Legio XIIII Gemina Martia Victrix (Roman Military Research Society) - Display unit: Vexillatio Legionis Geminae, based at Coventry, specializing in recreating Roman life during the latter part of the 1st century AD. Presents civilian and military living history displays throughout Britain. Activities.
Legio XIIII Gemina Martia Victrix (Wisconsin) - Wisconsin-based group re-enacting the Roman legionaries and civilians of the mid-first century (C.E.). Photos of re-enactments, equipment lists, contact information.

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