| Greek antiquities - 1842 - 1160 pagine
...manipuli [MANIPULI], and of the distinctions of hastati, principcs, and triarii. Each legion was then **divided into ten cohorts,* each cohort into three maniples, and each maniple into two centuries,** so that there were thirty maniples and sixty centuries in a legion. (In legione mat ctnlurvit Kmginla,... | |
| Charles Wellbeloved - 1842 - 268 pagine
...fought in scattered parties in front, or wherever they were required. In each legion the infantry were **divided into ten cohorts; each cohort into three maniples; and each maniple into two centuries.** The cavalry was divided into ten turmee, of thirty men each ; and each turma was divided into three... | |
| Alexander Adam - 1842 - 476 pagine
...completed, and the military oath administered, the troops were formed into legions.5 Each leuioi: wasdivided **into ten cohorts, each cohort into three maniples, and each maniple into two** centuries.6 So that there were thirty maniples, and sixty centuries in a^legion ;7 and if there had... | |
| Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1843 - 324 pagine
...gloriœ : The glory of pardoning a man whom he supposed an enemy to him. 37. Centuria. ...prœfectus, **etc. : The Roman army was formed into legions ; each...joined to each legion. These were divided into ten** türmte, or troops, and each turma into three decuriœ, or bodies of ten men. The centuriones were... | |
| William Smith, Charles Anthon - 1843 - 1142 pagine
...( Vid. MANIPULI), and of the distinctions of hastati, principes, and triarii. Each legion was then **divided into ten cohorts, each cohort into three maniples, and each maniple into two centuries,** so that there were thirty maniples and sixty centuries in a legion.* (Cohort or chart, the Greek ^dpror,... | |
| George Bradley - 1843 - 100 pagine
...called velites ; the number when a legion was 4200 strong, 1200 men. In each legion the infantry were **divided into ten cohorts, each cohort into three maniples, and each maniple into two centuries** ; these were divided into ten turma of 30 men each, and each turma had three decuriones. The legion... | |
| Sallust - 1845 - 408 pagine
...time of Polybius it was 4200. The subject is well discussed by Lipsius, De Militia Romana, dial. 4. **Each legion was divided into ten cohorts, each cohort...three maniples, and each maniple into two centuries.** So that there were thirty maniples and sisty centuries in a legion, and if there always had been 100... | |
| Publius Vergilius Maro, Virgil - 1845 - 364 pagine
...tempore = eu/caípws. 462. Cnrrifu.it sese = iapyvro. Сотр. JEn. VI. 472. 463. Maniplis The Roman **legion was divided into ten cohorts, each cohort into...three maniples, and each maniple into two centuries.** Manipulus was so called, because a handful (manipulus) of hay, fixed on a pole, formed an ensign for... | |
| Julius Caesar - 1846 - 538 pagine
...cohort contained, of course, 600 ; but, generally speaking, the number was below this. Each legion then **was divided into ten cohorts, each cohort into three maniples, and each maniple into two centuries.** — Cohors Pretoria, Vtd PRETORIA. CONSUL, the official title of the two chief magistrates of the Roman... | |
| Julius Caesar - 1848 - 426 pagine
...number of troops as it could muster. — Omnino, " only." 1 8. Lcgio. In the time« of the Republic, **each legion was divided into ten cohorts; each cohort...three maniples; and each maniple into two centuries.** So tbat there were thirty maniples and sixty centuries in a legion ; and i/ there had always been one... | |
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