These concealed obstacles consisted of 3 foot deep pits with tapering sides, at the bottom of which sharpened stakes were fixed upright and concealed with brushwood and leaves. Named lilies because of their resemblance to that flower, they were generally deployed in a quincunx pattern.
Lilia (plural lilies) are pit traps arranged in a Quincunx pattern dug by the Roman armies in front of their defences. ...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilia
Lilia is a feminine given name. Notable people with the name include: ...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilia_(name)
Lilia is a Slavic name for girls. The meaning is `lily (flower)` The name Lilia is most commonly given to French girls. (10 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Lilian (English) Lilyan Lillian (English) Lily (English) Lelian Liliam Lilly (English) Liliana (English) The name sounds like: Lila, Lalia, Lillia,...Found on https://www.pregnology.com/names/girls/Lilia
lilies These obstacles were described by Caesar (G.W. VII.73), and consisted of a three foot deep pit with tapering sides, at the bottom of which a sharpened stake was fixed upright and concealed with brushwood and leaves. These man-traps were named 'lilies' because of their resemblance to that flower, and were generally deployed in a quincunx patt...Found on http://www.roman-britain.org/military/military_glossary.htm
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