The Roman Army A to Z: tunica

tunica (f. pl . tunicae)

The tunic worn by members of the armed forces. Initially short-sleeved or even sleeveless and hemmed above the knee, later tunics (as well as early cavalry tunics) had long sleeves. It is shown on some monuments as being knotted on one shoulder. Tab. Vind. 196. [Sumner 2009]

The Roman Army A to Z: tropaeum

tropaeum (n. pl. tropaea)

Trophy, usually consisting at the least of a tree adorned with a cuirass and helmet, but usually also other equipment (Tac., Ann. 2.18); T. Traiani: a large stone monument at Adamclisi (Romania) set up to commemorate Trajan’s victory in the Dacian Wars (after which a nearby town was named) (CIL III, 14433). [Goldsworthy 2003]