Legio X Equestris
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|Circumference||Diameter||USA||UK||French & German||Italian|
|46.81 mm||14.90 mm||3.75||H||47.00||7.00|
|47.44 mm||15.10 mm||4.00||H ½||47.50||7.50|
|48.07 mm||15.30 mm||4.25||I||48.00||8.00|
|48.69 mm||15.50 mm||4.50||I ½||48.50||8.50|
|49.32 mm||15.70 mm||4.75||J||49.50||9.50|
|49.95 mm||15.90 mm||5.00||J ½||50.00||10.00|
|50.58 mm||16.10 mm||5.25||K||50.50||10.50|
|51.21 mm||16.30 mm||5.50||K ½||51.00||11.00|
|51.84 mm||16.50 mm||5.75||L||52.00||12.00|
|52.46 mm||16.70 mm||6.00||L ½||52.50||12.50|
|53.09 mm||16.90 mm||6.25||M||53.00||13.00|
|54.72 mm||17.10 mm||6.50||M ½||54.00||14.00|
|54.35 mm||17.30 mm||6.75||N||54.50||14.50|
|54.98 mm||17.50 mm||7.00||N ½||55.00||15.00|
|55.61 mm||17.70 mm||7.25||O||55.75||15.75|
|56.23 mm||17.90 mm||7.50||O ½||56.25||16.25|
|56.86 mm||18.10 mm||7.75||P||57.00||17.00|
|57.49 mm||18.30 mm||8.00||P ½||57.25||17.25|
|58.12 mm||18.50 mm||8.25||Q||58.00||18.00|
|58.75 mm||18.70 mm||8.50||Q ½||58.50||18.50|
|59.38 mm||18.90 mm||8.75||R||59.50||19.50|
|60.00 mm||19.10 mm||9.00||R ½||60.00||20.00|
|60.63 mm||19.30 mm||9.25||S||60.50||20.50|
|61.26 mm||19.50 mm||9.50||S ½||61.25||21.25|
|61.89 mm||19.70 mm||9.75||T||62.00||22.00|
|62.52 mm||19.90 mm||10.00||T ½||62.50||22.50|
|63.15 mm||20.10 mm||10.25||U||63.00||23.00|
|63.77 mm||20.30 mm||10.50||U ½||64.00||24.00|
|64.40 mm||20.50 mm||10.75||V||64.25||24.25|
|65.03 mm||20.70 mm||11.00||V ½||65.00||25.00|
|65.66 mm||20.90 mm||11.25||W||65.50||25.50|
|66.29 mm||21.10 mm||11.50||W ½||66.50||26.50|
|66.92 mm||21.30 mm||11.75||X||67.00||27.00|
|67.54 mm||21.50 mm||12.00||X ½||67.50||27.50|
|68.17 mm||21.70 mm||12.25||Y||68.00||28.00|
|68.80 mm||21.90 mm||12.50||Y ½||69.00||29.00|
|69.43 mm||22.10 mm||12.75||Z||69.50||29.50|
|70.06 mm||22.30 mm||13.00||Z ½||70.00||30.00|
In the heyday of the Roman Empire, a legendary legion known as "Legio X Equestris" emerged as a beacon of excellence and valor, leaving an indelible mark on the annals of history.
Led by the illustrious General Lucius Maximus, Legio X Equestris earned its name as the "Cavalry Tenth" due to its unmatched equestrian skills. These legionnaires were more than just foot soldiers; they were renowned for their remarkable horsemanship and speed.
One fateful day, as news of a looming barbarian threat reached the heart of the empire, General Maximus and his elite legion were summoned to protect the vulnerable Roman borders in the north. They rode forth with unmatched precision and swiftness, demonstrating their mastery of cavalry tactics.
Their first encounter with the barbarian hordes was a sight to behold. The thunderous hooves of the Legion's horses struck terror into the hearts of their adversaries. With disciplined coordination, they launched lightning-fast strikes against the barbarian ranks, scattering them and reclaiming Roman territories with each decisive battle.
As the Legion continued its relentless pursuit of the invaders, General Maximus and his men uncovered a sinister plot to assassinate the Emperor himself. Swiftly, they intercepted the conspirators, foiling their treacherous scheme and saving the empire from chaos.
For their unwavering loyalty and valor, Legio X Equestris was hailed as the "Saviors of Rome." General Maximus and his legion were celebrated as the embodiment of Roman strength and honor. Their legacy echoed through the ages as a testament to the bravery of those who rode forth to defend the empire.
Today, the memory of Legio X Equestris endures as a symbol of Roman ingenuity and equestrian excellence. Their story serves as an inspiration for all who value courage, discipline, and unwavering commitment to a noble cause.