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Hi

I am new here so I thought I would introduce myself.

Firstly, I am a History Buff and know almost anything about Roman era Warfare

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What was the most common tactic/formation used in Roman era warfare?

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The most common tactic was the Testudo, also known as the tortoise for the infantry. In the later era, a shield wall was favoured. Cavalry Tactics were usually Wedge formation either side of the infantry to provide cover for the archers whcih would be vulnerable as they were lightly equipped (and made up of the poor).