https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_legion

A Roman legion (romanum legio) was a large unit of the Roman army. Contents. 1 History of the term; 2 Function and ...

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Feb 9, 2016 ... The Roman Empire saw one of the first truly professional armies in history, and became the inspiration for European armies that followed it.

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Information about the Roman Legion - A full strength legion was officially made up of ... Its direct commander was the Primus Pilus, the highest ranking and most  ...

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Roman Army Ranks! Visit this Roman site for interesting history, facts and information about the different Roman Army Ranks. The power and effectiveness of the ...

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Rank structure of the imperial Roman army. The Roman ranking structure is such a frequently asked question that it merits a page of its own. Note that on this ...

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Oct 26, 2016 ... Infographic illustrating the structure of the Roman Army. Originally created as a video installation for the Vindolanda Museum at Hadrian's Wall ...

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The military was a highly organized institution. There was a clear-cut system of rank, and a number of different divisions of the basic unit, the legion. There were  ...

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The enlisted ranks in the Roman Army would be the equivalent of today's Privates, Privates First Class, Specialists, and ...

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The Roman legion was a highly disciplined, well-trained, and heavily armed body ... of the legionary soldier, and carried a vine stick (vitis) as a badge of his rank ...