praetentura

The forward extent was the front part of the camp, between the via principalis and the porta praetoria, and bisected by the via praetoria. It was closest to the enemy, where the cream of the Roman soldiers themselves were barracked, together with the strongest of the other cohorts. This area was generally filled with the tents or barrack-blocks of …...

praetentura

forward extent This was the front part of the camp, between the via principalis and the porta praetoria, and bisected by the via praetoria. This area was generally filled with the tents or barrack-blocks of the garrison, the first cohort of a legion being always housed here. In the camp described by Hyginus, this area also contained the valetudinar...
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Praetentura

Forward part of the camp in front of the praetorium .
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20764
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