How tall was the average Roman
Huge At least 1.88 meters for life guards
The Roman cohort is formed for a sporty and fair exchange of blows. Opposite her is the bodyguard of the Prussian soldier king. At a military-historical Olympiad, that gives a bizarre picture. Because the ancient Romans were on average not much taller than 1.50 meters. The original "Langen Kerls" by Friedrich Wilhelm I, on the other hand, measured at least 1.88 meters. And because of their pointed headgear, these soldiers looked even bigger. The tallest tall guy is likely to have been an Irishman named James Kirkland, who is said to have reached six feet.
The meeting of the Roman military leader with the seer on the Elbe is also mentioned in the real dictionary of Germanic antiquity (Johanns Hoops / 1865-1949). We are talking about a woman of superhuman size. It had evidently been able to convince Drusus that further advance was not destined for him by fate. He actually turned back.
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