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Roman banner pack

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Tom_Clark
Level 28 : Expert Pixel Painter
Textures to replace banners as Roman vexilla: Standards of the Roman military. 

Contains:
- Legio I (Generic) (Base fess)
- Legio II Augusta (Chief fess)
- Legio II (Generic) (Pale dexter)
- Legio II Parthica (Pale sinister)
- Legio III Augusta (Pale)
- Legio III (Generic) (Fess)
- Legio III Gallica (Bend)
- Legio III Parthica (Bend sinister)
- Legio IIII (Generic) (Paly)
- Legio IIII Flavia Felix (Saltire)
- Legio IIII Scythica (Cross)

- Legio V (Generic) (Per bend sinister)
- Legio VI (Generic) (Per bend)
- Legio VII Claudia Pia Fidelis (Per bend inverted)
- Legio VII Gemina (Per bend sinister inverted)
- Legio VIII Augusta (Per pale)
- Legio VIIII Hispana (Per pale inverted)
- Legio VIIII Hispana version 2 (Per fess)
- Legio X Equestris (Per fess inverted)
- Legio X (Generic) (Base dexter canton)
- Legio XI Claudia Pia Fidelis (Base sinister canton)
- Legio XII Fulminata (Chief dexter canton)

- Legio XIII Gemina (Chief sinister canton)
- Legio XV (Generic) (Chevron)
- Legio XVI Gallica (Inverted chevron)
- Legio XVI Flavia Firma (Base indented)
- Legio XVII (Chief indented)
- Legio XVIII (Roundel)
- Legio XIX (Lozenge)
- Legio XX Valeria Victrix (Bordure) 
- Legio XXI Rapax (Gradient)
- Legio XXII (Generic) (Base gradient)
- SPQR (Flower charge)

- Small corner trim (Stone masoned)
- Medium corner trim (Bordure indented)
- Large trim corner trim (Creeper charge)
- Trim (Thing)
- Trim version 2 (Skull charge)
Progress: 100% Complete
Game Version:Minecraft 1.8.1
Resolution:32x32
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Tags:Rome, Roman, Empire, Principate, Legion, Auxiliary, Cohort, Banner, Flag, Vexillum, Standard, Legionary, Legio, Items, Themed
Credit:Conquest texture pack banners used as a starting point

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  • MagisterCraft
  • Level 17
  • Journeyman Architect
  • December 19, 2015, 2:57 pm
Great work! I especially like the authenticity of your Roman numerals (IIII, VIIII, etc.)
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  • Reec3ty
  • Level 1
  • New Programmer
  • December 11, 2014, 1:41 pm
Ave, true to Caesar.
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4 is not IIII in Roman numerals, it is IV.
9 is not VIIII, it's IX.
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  • Tom_Clark
  • Level 28
  • Expert Pixel Painter
  • December 10, 2014, 5:10 pm
The latin numerals were formalised later on. I had originally put then as IV and IX, but upon some looking around, I found many pictures of them written as IIII and VIIII on vexilla and in a book written by a historian.


The Romans may not necessarily have adhered to such strict rules, using IV and IIII etc interchangeably. 


See page 51: http://www.scribd.com/doc/127594350/Adrian-Goldsworthy-the-Complete-Roman-Army
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I swear I commented back 3 days ago...
Regardles, thanks for letting me know. 

Why are you using XIX when you should use XVIIII based on what you just said?
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  • Tom_Clark
  • Level 28
  • Expert Pixel Painter
  • December 14, 2014, 4:33 pm
"The Romans may not necessarily have adhered to such strict rules, using IV and IIII etc interchangeably." 


I do believe they used both and so using either is fine. I'm not entirely sure though, so don't quote me on that. If you'd like, I can put all the flags in the now formalised system, using IV and IX.
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Meh, it's fine. Use whichever you like. :P Besides, XIX is much easier to work with than XVIIII.
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  • Maxfang1
  • Level 38
  • Artisan Narwhal
  • December 10, 2014, 2:38 pm
Nice Job Tom. Pop Reeling it In I see
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  • Tom_Clark
  • Level 28
  • Expert Pixel Painter
  • December 9, 2014, 7:29 pm
Ladies and gentlemen, 

It is now available for download.
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  • Cookiesz
  • Level 39
  • Artisan Creeper Hugger
  • December 9, 2014, 4:44 am
What the dude under me said haha
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  • benthewaterboy
  • Level 2
  • Apprentice Explorer
  • December 8, 2014, 3:32 pm
breathing heavy 
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Looking good Sir. Tom of Clark!
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