signifer

The signifer was the signa standard-bearer for a century in a legion. The signiferi were directly responsible for the finances of the garrison. Their offices lay in the rear range of the principia, to one side of the sacellum, which housed both the locked pay-chest and standards of the legion. They kept records of all financial transactions, receip…...

Signifer

A signifer was a standard bearer of the Roman legions. He carried a signum (standard) for a cohort or century. Each century had a signifer (thus, there were 59 in a legion) and within each cohort the first century`s signifer would be the senior. ==Signifer as the standard-bearer== The signum he carried was the military emblem of that unit. It com....
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Signifer

• (a.) Bearing signs.
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Signifer

Sig'ni·fer adjective [ Latin , from signum sign + ferre to bear.] Bearing signs. [ Obsolete] 'The signifer sphere, or zodiac.' Holland.
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Signifer

Standardbearer.
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