secutor

The pursuer, also known as the provocator, or challenger. The post-Augustan name for a Samnite. As with most gladiators they belonged to a general, recognisable type. They usually had bare thighs and torso, a visored, egg-shaped helmet, a rectangular or oval shield, a dagger or short sword, and wore a greave on their left leg (to add to the protect…...

secutor

(from the article `gladiator`) ...helmet, sword, and shield and were so called from the name of the fish that served as the crest of their helmet. In like manner the retiarius ...
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Secutor

[genus] Secutor is a genus of ponyfishes native to the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean. There are currently seven recognized species in this genus: ...
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Secutor

Bodyguard. batman.
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Secutor

Secutor (s), Secutores (pl) Someone who was specially trained to fight a Retiarius, a type of gladiator that had a trident, or a net. The very distinctive helmet of the Secutor had only two small eye-holes, in order to prevent a Retiarius's trident from being thrust through the face, as well as a rounded top, so as not to get caught in a n...
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