The comitatenses and later the palatini were the units of the field armies of the late Roman Empire. ==Terminology== Comitatenses is the Latin plural of comitatensis, originally the adjective derived from comitatus (`company, party, suite`; in this military context it came to the novel meaning of `the field army`), itself rooting in Comes (`c...
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(from the article `North Africa`) ...of Volubilis, apparently because of pressure from the tribe of the Baquates. In the general reorganization of the Roman army by Diocletian and ...
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