eques

A cavalryman as seen in many different titles, such as: - eques alaris - a cavalryman belonging to auxiliary ala. - eques Augustorum - a Praetorian cavalryman. - eques Batavus - a Batavian horseman and also an Imperial Horseguard cavalryman, not necessarily recruited from the Batavian tribe. - eques capsarius - a mounted medical orderly. - eques co…...

Eques

(Latin) horseman; one who takes care of horses.
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Eques

Cavalryman.
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eques

in ancient Rome, a knight, originally a member of the cavalry and later of a political and administrative class as well as of the equestrian order. ... [5 related articles]
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