An intaglio from Roman Empire times is depicting the Aquila, or Imperial Eagle. An aquila, or eagle, was a common emblem in classical Rome, particularly when it served as a legion’s standard. This standard was carried by a legionary known as an aquilifer, or eagle-bearer. One eagle was carried by each legion.
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