Roman "pilum" was a kind of ...

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game very similar to a football
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The pilum was a javelin commonly used by the Roman army in ancient times. It was gen­er­al­ly about 2 metres long overall, con­sist­ing of an iron shank about 7 mil­lime­tres in diameter and 60 cen­time­tres long with a pyra­mi­dal head.

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