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Roman Legionary foot command x8

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Roman Legionary foot command (Tribune, Primus pilo, Aquilifer, Tubicines). x 8 figures, 4 variants. After the Marian reforms a Roman legion comprised ten cohorts, known simply as "first cohort", "second cohort" etc. The commanding officer of the First Cohort, the Primus Pilus or Senior Centurion, was the highest ranking centurion in a legion. The First Cohort also carried the legion's standard and the legionary Eagle into battle as it was considered to be the most senior and prestigious.

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Roman Legionary foot command (Tribune, Primus pilo, Aquilifer, Tubicines). x 8 figures, 4 variants. After the Marian reforms a Roman legion comprised ten cohorts, known simply as "first cohort", "second cohort" etc. The commanding officer of the First Cohort, the Primus Pilus or Senior Centurion, was the highest ranking centurion in a legion. The First Cohort also carried the legion's standard and the legionary Eagle into battle as it was considered to be the most senior and prestigious.

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Roman Legionary foot command x8

Roman Legionary foot command x8

Roman Legionary foot command (Tribune, Primus pilo, Aquilifer, Tubicines). x 8 figures, 4 variants. After the Marian reforms a Roman legion comprised ten cohorts, known simply as "first cohort", "second cohort" etc. The commanding officer of the First Cohort, the Primus Pilus or Senior Centurion, was the highest ranking centurion in a legion. The First Cohort also carried the legion's standard and the legionary Eagle into battle as it was considered to be the most senior and prestigious.

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