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A roman commander of one hundred men?

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What is a Roman Commander of one hundred men called?

A Centurion


A roman commander of one hundred men is called?

A Centurion


What do you call a roman soldier in charge of hundred men?

legatus


A roman commander of hundred men?

There wasen't any, because there was no unit of a hundred men. A centurion commanded 80 men. His designation did not come from the prefex meaning one hundred, it came from the voting assemblies, which were called "centuries".


What is a Roman commander of one hundered men called?

A Centurion -- Cent being the latin prefix for 100.Well, generally, a century was made up of only 80 men, so there was no commander of a hundred men.A Centurian


What is the name given to a roman commander in charge of 100 men?

The commander of a centuria (century) was the centurion. Although the name century was derived from centum (s hundred), this unit (which is comparable to a modern company) had 80 men.


A roman commander of 100 men?

A centurion


What is a roman commander of 100 men called?

A centurion


Who was the Roman Commander of 100 men?

A centurion, but only in the very Early Roman Republic, after that a centurion commanded 80 men.


Cent word means a roman commander of 100 men?

A centurion


Which 9 letter word means a roman commander of men?

A centurion


A roman soldier in charge of hundred men?

CENTURION


A roman soldier with hundred men?

There isn't one really-a centurion had 83 men usually.


When was commander abel cook born?

There was no Commander Abel Cook. There was Captain James Cook. There was Abel Tasman. The two men lived about one hundred years apart.


How many Roman army men were in a Roman century?

There were 80 men in a Roman century. Many people mistakenly think there were 100 men because of the term "century", but this is incorrect. The military century had nothing to do with the term/word for one hundred.


What were the two most distinguished clothing that the roman men wore?

Roman men wore the tunic and toga.Roman men wore the tunic and toga.Roman men wore the tunic and toga.Roman men wore the tunic and toga.Roman men wore the tunic and toga.Roman men wore the tunic and toga.Roman men wore the tunic and toga.Roman men wore the tunic and toga.Roman men wore the tunic and toga.


What is a word that means a Roman commander of 100 men?

Centurion it used to be a hundred men but over time it fell to 80 men to a century,which by the late first century AD would have been made up like this: MEN TOTAL 6 centuries of 80 men 480 {one cohort} 10 cohorts made up a legion thus: 9 cohorts of 480 men 4,320 men The first cohort was double sized and made up of ten centuries of 800 men 800 + 4,320= 5,120 men


Who was in charge of the roman centurion?

Chain of command for a legion: (Note: A legion was usually comprised of 10 Cohorts, each cohort was made of about 6 centuries, each century had 80 men plus the centurion)Chain of Command:Legatus: Commander of the Legion, in charge of about 5,280 men.Primus Pilus: Supreme Centurion of a Legion, Senior Centurion of the First Cohort, in charge of about 960 men.Senior Centurion: Commander of a Cohort, in charge of about 480 men.Primi Ordine: Commander of a Century in the First Cohort, in charge of about 80 men.Junior Centurion: Commander of a Century, in charge of about 80 men.File Leader: Basically the leader of a file in a Century, not necessarily a Commander, but just a soldier who did have slight authority of about 10 men in a file.


How did Roman men eat?

Roman men ate with their mouths.


What is the difference between a battalion and battalion commander?

battalion alludes to the number of men therein. battalion commander alludes to the commander of the battalion


How many men are in a roman legon?

There were 5000 to 6000 men in a roman legion


What does centurion mean?

A centurion was a Roman military officer. The word itself is said to have derived from the old Roman voting assemblies called the centuries. A centurion, though, commanded 80 men, not the 100 men that is erroneously given as his command . There were eleven ranks of centurion, ranging from the commander of a century (80 men) to the camp prefect who was the #3 man in charge of the legion.


How many men would a roman centurian have commanded?

Chain of command for a legion: (Note: A legion was usually comprised of 10 Cohorts, each cohort was made of about 6 centuries, each century had 80 men plus the centurion)Chain of Command:Legatus: Commander of the Legion, in charge of about 5,280 men.Primus Pilus: Supreme Centurion of a Legion, Senior Centurion of the First Cohort, in charge of about 960 men.Senior Centurion: Commander of a Cohort, in charge of about 480 men.Primi Ordine: A Centurion in Command of a Century in the First Cohort, in charge of about 80 men.Junior Centurion: Commander of a Century, in charge of about 80 men.File Leader: Basically the leader of a file in a Century, not necessarily a Commander, but just a soldier who did have slight authority of about 10 men in a file.


How many men in a roman century?

Chain of command for a legion: (Note: A legion was usually comprised of 10 Cohorts, each cohort was made of about 6 centuries, each century had 80 men plus the centurion)Chain of Command:Legatus: Commander of the Legion, in charge of about 5,280 men.Primus Pilus: Supreme Centurion of a Legion, Senior Centurion of the First Cohort, in charge of about 960 men.Senior Centurion: Commander of a Cohort, in charge of about 480 men.Primi Ordine: A Centurion in Command of a Century in the First Cohort, in charge of about 80 men.Junior Centurion: Commander of a Century, in charge of about 80 men.File Leader: Basically the leader of a file in a Century, not necessarily a Commander, but just a soldier who did have slight authority of about 10 men in a file.


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