Centurio

'Commander of hundred'. centurion. officer.
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Centurio

(Latin) a centurion, the commanding officer in charge of an individual centuria; the centurion was assisted by his subordinate officers: the signifer, the optio, and the tesserarius; in the Roman legions, centurions had different grades of rank that determine which century within the cohort the centurion would command.
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centurio

century commander / centurion The officer in charge of an individual centuria. He was assisted by his subordinate officers; the signifer, the optio and the tesserarius. All these officers would be housed in separate quarters at the end of each barrack-block, in comparative luxury to the common legionaries. In the Roman legions - also in the auxilia...
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