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Legions and Auxilia

  • F. Haverfield


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1 The legion got as far as Dalmatia, and was perhaps on its way to the East. The assertion of Meyer, M. (Philologus, xlvii. 660) that it has left tiles with its stamp in Dalmatia is wrong, and indeed very careless; the examples which he quotes are inscriptions on stone, most of which are plainly of much later date. No tile of Leg. XIV Gemina has been ever found in Dalmatia (see CIL. III. 13339 = 14023).

Legions and Auxilia

  • F. Haverfield


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