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Auxiliary Barracks

Non-citizens must be properly organised if they are to serve Rome effectively.

Rome expected its people to fight for their city and country in times of need. The army was originally a citizen militia where nearly all members provided their own weapons and equipment. As Rome’s power increased, more troops were needed to defend it, so auxiliary soldiers were recruited from non-Romans to fill the rank and file. The enlistment of auxiliary troops began by the first de facto Emperor, Augustus, drew on provincial non-citizens, allies and conquered nations. Service was for 25 years, after which an auxiliary and his heirs were granted Roman citizenship, an important and superior legal status. The Roman army included many cultures and nationalities, often speaking their own languages and fighting in their own traditional styles. By the 2nd century AD half the army's total strength, and almost all its cavalry, consisted of auxiliaries.

Military (Recruitment)

Field of Mars
Field of Mars
(rom_ROMAN_military_main_1)
Military (Recruitment) Level 0
Auxiliary Camp
Auxiliary Camp
(rom_ROMAN_military_main_aux_2)
Military (Recruitment) Level 1
Auxiliary Barracks
Auxiliary Barracks
(rom_ROMAN_military_main_aux_3)
Military (Recruitment) Level 2
Auxiliary Garrison
Auxiliary Garrison
(rom_ROMAN_military_main_aux_4)
Military (Recruitment) Level 3
Roman Barracks
Roman Barracks
(rom_ROMAN_military_main_heavy_2)
Military (Recruitment) Level 1
Elite Roman Barracks
Elite Roman Barracks
(rom_ROMAN_military_main_heavy_3)
Military (Recruitment) Level 2
Provincial Barracks
Provincial Barracks
(rom_ROMAN_military_main_heavy_4)
Military (Recruitment) Level 3
Auxiliary Barracks

Building Name

Auxiliary Barracks

Level Name

rom_ROMAN_military_main_aux_3

Building Chain

Military (Recruitment)

Building Level

3

Create Time

4

Create Cost

2850

Require Resource

Iron
Iron

Effects

-4 food (this_region)
+2 public order per turn (this_province)
+1% 3rd and 4th Class (this_building)
-5% provincial income (building upkeep) (regions_in_this_province)

Provides Garrison Army

100 Italian  Horsemen
100 Italian  Horsemen
Italian Horsemen
(GAR_Ita_Garrisoned_Horsemen)
Melee Cavalry
200 Italian Swordsmen
200 Italian Swordsmen
Italian Swordsmen
(GAR_Ita_Garrisoned_Swordsmen)
Melee Infantry

Recruitable Units

Recruitable Units Lv. 0
No. Unit Sol. Costom Cost Recru. Cost Unkeep Cost Ship HP. Ship Spd. Msl. Dmg. Rng. Sht. /min Amo. Mle. Atk. Mle. Dmg. Chg. Mle. Def. Arm. HP. Mor.
1
200 Keltohellenikoi Thorakitai (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_11_Celto_Hellenic_Infantry_RomAux)
Keltohellenikoi Thorakitai (Romanized)
(Celto-Hellenic Infantry)

These shock infantry are Celto-Hellenic 'men-at-arms,' Celtic warriors of a mixed culture. While they are not of especially great station, they are capable warriors fighting in the Celtic manner, in a motley combination of Hellenic and Celtic gear and dress: long Celtic shields, a Greek helmet, a Celtic sword, and javelins. They soften up an opponent with their javelins and charge an enemy once they're weakened with the great force of Celtic warriors.

200 1277 1277 40 10 15 74 16 20 50
2
200 Massaloi Hoplitai (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Hoplite/Pike Infantry / (AOR_11_Massalian_Hoplites_RomAux)
Massaloi Hoplitai (Romanized)
(Massilian Hoplites)

Hoplites: no other word says Greeks at war in quite the same way.

200 1023 1023 29 9 13 64 12 20 45
3
300 Clona Tekonac (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_12_North_Iberian_Axemen_RomAux)
Clona Tekonac (Romanized)
(Asturian Axemen)

The Astures and Cantabrii are groups of indigenous tribes with similar Celtic-influenced but distinctive cultures, well-known for their fierceness, lust for freedom, and indomitable character.

300 811 811 39 11 11 71 6 20 45
4
120 Ambakaro Epones (Romanized)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_12_North_Iberian_Medium_Cavalry_RomAux)
Ambakaro Epones (Romanized)
(Lusitanian Medium Cavalry)

Although not numerous in Lusitanian armies, these medium skirmishing cavalrymen are fundamentally valuable as scouts, using the agility and speed of their horses.

120 1331 1331 33 11 20 35 6 20 40
5
200 Scortamareva (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_12_North_Iberian_Medium_Spearmen_RomAux)
Scortamareva (Romanized)
(Lusitanian Medium Spearmen)

These men are some of the most well-equipped and heavily armoured warriors the Lusitani can muster.

200 792 792 26 9 13 71 10 20 50
6
300 Scutarii (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_13_South_Iberian_Scutarii_RomAux)
Scutarii (Romanized)
(Iberian Scutarii)

Iberian Scutarii are tough, fast, and well-equipped medium swordsmen that form the main battle line in Iberian armies. They are very dangerous against enemy light infantry and can hold their own against heavy troops.

300 875 875 38 11 13 73 8 20 40
7
120 Parasim Numidim (Romanized)
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (AOR_14_Numidian_Cavalry_RomAux)
Parasim Numidim (Romanized)
(Numidian Cavalry)

Numidians are expert mounted skirmishers, able to strike and withdraw quickly.

120 942 942 15 90 9 6 32 10 22 35 2 20 40
8
175 Qala'im Numidim (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_14_Numidian_Slingers_RomAux)
Qala'im Numidim (Romanized)
(Numidian Slingers)

Tribesmen that are employed in the army due to their skill with the slingshot.

175 551 551 6 190 5 20 22 10 6 34 3 20 30
9
200 Dorkim Lybim (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_15_Libyan_Infantry_RomAux)
Dorkim Lybim (Romanized)
(Libyan Infantry)

Levied soldiers that fight as javelin-armed swordsmen.

200 943 943 32 10 11 69 10 20 45
10
175 Mitnagsim Lybim (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_15_Libyan_Javelinmen_RomAux)
Mitnagsim Lybim (Romanized)
(Libyan Javelinmen)

These javelin-armed skirmishers harry an enemy before the main battle is joined.

175 370 370 15 90 8 5 16 7 6 39 1 20 30
11
175 Toxotai Syriakoi (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_21_Syrian_Heavy_Archers_RomAux)
Toxotai Syriakoi (Romanized)
(Syrian Heavy Archers)

Some of the best archers in the world, these scale-armoured bowmen can do terrible damage to the enemy.

175 812 812 10 175 6 15 22 7 8 43 4 20 35
12
175 Thrakioi Peltastai (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_28_Thracian_Peltasts_RomAux)
Thrakioi Peltastai (Romanized)
(Thracian Peltasts)

Unencumbered by armour, these fast moving skirmishers use javelins to disrupt enemy units.

175 453 453 15 90 9 5 26 10 10 45 1 20 35
13
100 Kappadokioi Xistophoroi (Romanized)
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (AOR_29_Cappadocian_Lancers_RomAux)
Kappadokioi Xistophoroi (Romanized)
(Cappadocian Lancers)

Long spears give these cavalrymen a fearsome charge.

100 2308 2308 39 9 42 49 20 20 55
14
120 Leuce Epos (Romanized)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_3_Gallic_Light_Cavalry_RomAux)
Leuce Epos (Romanized)
(Gallic Cavalry)

Leuce Epos constitute the bulk of Gallic cavalry. Well-trained compared to many of their enemies’ cavalry, they are invaluable to any army. They throw javelins at a distance, depleting an enemy before charging with their main spears. They are trained to throw javelins, charge, and withdraw repeatedly, and they do it well. A bronze helmet, shield, and light weapons may not seem the equipment of any particularly great cavalry, but they are a solid medium cavalry force, capable of running down routers, defeating light cavalry, and skirmishing if necessary.

120 1245 1245 27 9 22 40 4 20 45
15
200 Gaelaiche (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_3_Gallic_Medium_Spearmen_RomAux)
Gaelaiche (Romanized)
(Gallic Spearmen)

The Gaelaiche carry cheap equipment: Celtic longspears, javelins, and a shield. Their longspears are fair quality, with broad, sharp heads that cause deep, terrible gashes, and can be used to bring down horses as well. These weapons are accompanied by javelins thrown into an enemy position to disorient and kill a few foes. The Gaelaiche are mostly composed of the youngest Celtic warriors, but there is no shame in an older, experienced warrior fighting with a spear as well; the spear is a respected weapon in Celtic society.

200 720 720 26 9 10 74 8 20 40
16
120 Leuce Epos (Romanized)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_30_Galatian_Light_Cavalry_RomAux)
Leuce Epos (Romanized)
(Galatian Light Cavalry)

Galatians can provide excellent light cavalry. Well-trained compared to many of their enemies' cavalry, they are invaluable to any army. They throw javelins at a distance, depleting an enemy before charging with their main spears.

120 1322 1322 27 9 24 45 4 20 45
17
175 Mysoi Sphendonetai (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_33_Mysian_Slingers_RomAux)
Mysoi Sphendonetai (Romanized)
(Mysian Slingers)

Witty slingers, and all Greeks have wit, often scratch OUCH! onto their shots.

175 598 598 6 190 5 20 20 7 8 34 4 20 30
18
175 Kretai Toxotai (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_34_Cretan_Archers_RomAux)
Kretai Toxotai (Romanized)
(Cretan Archers)

As elite archers from the island of Knossos, the ancestors of these famed bowmen once served in the all-conquering army of Alexander the Great.

175 1029 1029 11 185 7 15 22 7 6 40 8 20 35
19
100 Hippeis Thessalikoi (Romanized)
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (AOR_36_Thessalian_Cavalry_RomAux)
Hippeis Thessalikoi (Romanized)
(Thessalian Cavalry)

These superb heavy horsemen can smash through most opposition on their first charge.

100 1985 1985 40 9 35 49 12 20 50
20
300 Agrianoi Pelekophoroi (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_38_Agrianian_Assault_Infantry_RomAux)
Agrianoi Pelekophoroi (Romanized)
(Agrianian Axemen)

The Agrianians are an Illyrian tribe that has many Thracian influences. Most now live in northern Macedonia, where they are actively recruited.

300 899 899 40 11 15 71 8 20 55
21
175 Agrianoi Peltastai (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_38_Agrianian_Axemen_RomAux)
Agrianoi Peltastai (Romanized)
(Agrianian Peltasts)

A force of highly mobile axemen with javelins always gives a general a useful cutting edge.

175 647 647 15 90 8 5 34 11 13 66 3 20 40
22
300 Daki Drepanephoroi (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_39_Dacian_Falxmen_RomAux)
Daki Drepanephoroi (Romanized)
(Dacian Falxmen)

Falxmen give all enemies pause: who wants to be cut in two with a single blow?

300 715 715 50 13 19 61 1 20 45
23
100 Remi Mairepos (Romanized)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_4_Belgae_Heavy_Cavalry_RomAux)
Remi Mairepos (Romanized)
(Belgae Heavy Cavalry)

The Remi are famed horsemen; their Mairepos (Mar-ep-os; “Great Horses”) are able to smash infantry. Brave, unrelenting, and powerful, they can ride over opposition and rout numerically superior enemies. Their equipment is good quality, and their skills are unquestionable.

100 2012 2012 36 9 28 55 16 20 55
24
175 Sotaroas Argos (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_4_Belgae_Hunters_RomAux)
Sotaroas Argos (Romanized)
(Belgae Hunters)

The skills of the hunt, hiding and a sudden strike, are the skills of a warrior.

175 397 397 8 155 5 15 20 7 6 30 1 20 30
25
175 Baleares Funditores (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_41_Balearic_Slingers_RomAux)
Baleares Funditores (Romanized)
(Balearic Slingers)

The shepherds of the Balearic Islands train with a sling from childhood, and are some of the most deadly slingers in the world.

175 881 881 8 215 7 20 24 7 6 34 3 20 40
26
120 Sauromatae Fat Aexsdzhytae (Romanized)
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (AOR_43_Sarmatian_Horse_Archers_RomAux)
Sauromatae Fat Aexsdzhytae (Romanized)
(Sarmatian Horse Archers)

These horse archers can pepper an enemy with arrows and fight off unwanted attention in close combat.

120 926 926 10 150 5 15 32 11 22 37 2 20 30
27
300 Dreugulozez Brunjadoi (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_5_Germanic_Heavy_Infantry_RomAux)
Dreugulozez Brunjadoi (Romanized)
(Germanic Heavy Infantry)

Dreugulozez Brujandoi are the Germanic tribes' best warriors. They are wealthy, powerful men, fiercely loyal to their lord and equipped with the best weapons and armour.

300 1158 1158 42 11 13 79 12 20 50
28
300 Dreugulozez Brunjadoi (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_5_Germanic_Heavy_Infantry_RomAuxa)
Dreugulozez Brunjadoi (Romanized)
(Germanic Heavy Infantry)

Dreugulozez Brujandoi are the Germanic tribes' best warriors. They are wealthy, powerful men, fiercely loyal to their lord and equipped with the best weapons and armour.

300 1158 1158 42 11 13 79 12 20 50
29
175 Skutjanz (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_5_Germanic_Hunters_RomAux)
Skutjanz (Romanized)
(Germanic Hunters)

A deer or a man: the target still needs killing.

175 535 535 9 165 5 15 22 11 6 30 1 20 30
30
300 Xerunoudozez (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_5_Germanic_Swordsmen_RomAux)
Xerunoudozez (Romanized)
(Germanic Swordsmen)

The Herunautoz come from such warlike tribes as the Heruskoz, Habukoz, Hattoz, and other numerous tribes of the Sweboz confederation. They are well-trained, experienced, and armed with high-quality swords and javelins to soften the enemy before their furious charge.

300 1077 1077 42 11 13 73 10 20 50
31
300 Kartvelebi Dashna-Mebrdzolebi (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_62_Georgian_Sword_RomAux)
Kartvelebi Dashna-Mebrdzolebi (Romanized)
(Georgian Swordsmen)

Wealthier soldiers drawn from the lands to the north of Armenia, who carry swords and leather armour.

300 718 718 34 11 11 47 6 20 45
32
300 Kluddacorii (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_7_Alpine_Swordsmen_RomAux)
Kluddacorii (Romanized)
(Alpine Swordsmen)

Tribes from the Alps and some nearby territories have swordsmen of their own: the Kluddacorii (Klod-ah-kur-ee-eye; “Sword Band”). These men often wear little in battle, removing anything that might be a hindrance except trousers and shoes, and fight using a powerful charge after throwing their javelins in an attempt to overwhelm an enemy position or break a gap in an opposing line. Warriors from these tribes are high-spirited and very eager to fight given the chance, so they have decent morale, but their lack of armour is a detriment in a prolonged engagement, or if they are flanked.

300 741 741 34 11 13 66 6 20 40
33
120 Liguriae Epos (Romanized)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_8_Ligurian_Cavalry_RomAux)
Liguriae Epos (Romanized)
(Ligurian Cavalry)

Liguriae Epos constitute the bulk of Ligurian cavalry. Well-trained compared to many of their enemies’ cavalry, they are invaluable to any army. They throw javelins at a distance, depleting an enemy before charging with their main spears. They are trained to throw javelins, charge, and withdraw repeatedly, and they do it well. A bronze helmet, shield, and light weapons may not seem the equipment of any particularly great cavalry, but they are a solid medium cavalry force, capable of running down routers, defeating light cavalry, and skirmishing if necessary.

120 1256 1256 27 9 22 41 4 20 45
34
120 Liguriae Epos (Romanized)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_8_Ligurian_Cavalry_RomAuxa)
Liguriae Epos (Romanized)
(Ligurian Cavalry)

Liguriae Epos constitute the bulk of Ligurian cavalry. Well-trained compared to many of their enemies’ cavalry, they are invaluable to any army. They throw javelins at a distance, depleting an enemy before charging with their main spears. They are trained to throw javelins, charge, and withdraw repeatedly, and they do it well. A bronze helmet, shield, and light weapons may not seem the equipment of any particularly great cavalry, but they are a solid medium cavalry force, capable of running down routers, defeating light cavalry, and skirmishing if necessary.

120 1256 1256 27 9 22 41 4 20 45
35
175 Gaeroas Liguriae (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_8_Ligurian_Skirmishers_RomAux)
Gaeroas Liguriae (Romanized)
(Ligurian Skirmishers)

The chance to win glory and position makes these men fierce opponents.

175 440 440 15 90 8 5 20 7 11 51 1 20 30
36
200 Gaemile Liguriae (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_8_Ligurian_Spearmen_RomAux)
Gaemile Liguriae (Romanized)
(Ligurian Spearmen)

These warriors will stand, fierce in the face of any enemy.

200 720 720 26 9 10 74 8 20 40
37
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Antiochensium (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Antioch)
Cohors Sagittariorum Antiochensium (Reformed)
(Antiochene Auxiliary Archers)

Citizens of the rich city of Antioch have a long tradition of archery, protecting their capital from surrounding nomads that might try to take their wealth.

175 1274 1274 10 175 7 15 21 7 10 34 16 20 45
38
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Ascalonitanorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Ascalon)
Cohors Sagittariorum Ascalonitanorum (Reformed)
(Jewish Auxiliary Archers)

The Jews have a tradition of fighting as mercenaries and are skilled archers; however, they have no love for Roman law or their puppet kings. The few men that have joined the army are despised by their own people.

175 673 673 9 165 5 15 12 7 6 25 6 20 30
39
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Chalcidenorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Bithynia)
Cohors Sagittariorum Chalcidenorum (Reformed)
(Bithynian Auxiliary Archers)

Bithynia has long attracted much attention due to its strategic position guarding the Bosporus. Its citizens are skilled with the bow in response to Persian and Scythian raids.

175 746 746 9 165 6 15 14 7 6 26 8 20 40
40
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Bosporanorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Bospori)
Cohors Sagittariorum Bosporanorum (Reformed)
(Bosporan Auxiliary Archers)

The men of the Bosporan Kingdom have a long tradition of archery, a vital skill for survival on the steppes.

175 1023 1023 9 165 6 15 16 7 6 43 10 20 40
41
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Canathenorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Canatha)
Cohors Sagittariorum Canathenorum (Reformed)
(Canathene Auxiliary Archers)

These archers are recruited from the Decapolis, or Ten Cities," which enjoy some independence and trade with Rome in return for supplying men for the Auxilia."

175 1148 1148 10 175 7 15 15 7 6 26 14 20 40
42
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Cretensium Veterana (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Crete)
Cohors Sagittariorum Cretensium Veterana (Reformed)
(Cretan Auxiliary Archers)

Among the best archers in the Mediterranean, these former mercenaries now directly serve Rome.

175 1236 1236 11 185 7 15 15 7 6 28 14 20 40
43
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Cyrenaica (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Cyrene)
Cohors Sagittariorum Cyrenaica (Reformed)
(Cyrenaic Auxiliary Archers)

The farmers, hunters and shepherds of Libya have some experience in archery, although they cannot stand up to the more advanced archers in the East.

175 1030 1030 9 165 5 15 18 7 6 29 14 20 35
44
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Damascenorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Damascus)
Cohors Sagittariorum Damascenorum (Reformed)
(Damascene Auxiliary Archers)

The Citizens from the chief city of the Decapolis supply Rome with its most elite archers.

175 1232 1232 10 175 7 15 16 7 6 28 16 20 45
45
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Hamiorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Hama)
Cohors Sagittariorum Hamiorum (Reformed)
(Hamian Auxiliary Archers)

Veteran archers from the wealthy city of Hama are a prized unit for any Roman commander.

175 1239 1239 10 175 7 15 21 7 8 29 16 20 45
46
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Civium Romanorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Italy)
Cohors Sagittariorum Civium Romanorum (Reformed)
(Italian Auxiliary Archers)

Many local peasants can use a bow; with proper training and equipment they can make decent archers when needed.

175 1102 1102 9 165 5 15 21 7 6 30 16 20 35
47
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Civium Romanorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Italy_Area2)
Cohors Sagittariorum Civium Romanorum (Reformed)
(Italian Auxiliary Archers)

Many local peasants can use a bow; with proper training and equipment they can make decent archers when needed.

175 1102 1102 9 165 5 15 21 7 6 30 16 20 35
48
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Petreorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Petra)
Cohors Sagittariorum Petreorum (Reformed)
(Nabataean Auxiliary Archers)

Experienced desert archers are a useful force to protect the trade routes in the East.

175 673 673 9 165 6 15 14 7 6 25 6 20 35
49
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Thracum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Thrace)
Cohors Sagittariorum Thracum (Reformed)
(Thracian Auxiliary Archers)

The men of Thrace have a long tradition of raiding and skirmishing. When equipped with Roman bows, they can be a potent force on the battlefield.

175 1010 1010 9 165 6 15 18 7 6 26 14 20 40
50
175 Cohors Sagittariorum Tyriorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Archer_Tyre)
Cohors Sagittariorum Tyriorum (Reformed)
(Tyrian Auxiliary Archers)

Tyre is a centre of trade in the East; although the Phoenician empire vanished long ago, the locals have kept their skill in warfare and seamanship, and use the bow with great skill.

175 1078 1078 10 175 7 15 15 7 6 41 10 20 40
51
100 Ala Afrorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Africa)
Ala Afrorum (Reformed)
(African Auxiliary Cavalry)

The Berbers and Libyans have a reputation for being some of the best cavalrymen in the West.

100 1980 1980 33 9 28 57 16 20 55
52
100 Ala Asturum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Asturias)
Ala Asturum (Reformed)
(Asturian Auxiliary Cavalry)

The Asturians ride their swift mountain steeds into battle and quickly encircle the enemy.

100 1979 1979 36 11 20 54 18 20 55
53
100 Ala Bosporanorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Bospori)
Ala Bosporanorum (Reformed)
(Bosporan Auxiliary Cavalry)

These skilled horsemen of the steppes are almost born in the saddle. They defend their kingdom from savage barbarians on their borders.

100 1885 1885 32 9 28 50 16 20 55
54
100 Ala Britannica (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Britain)
Ala Britannica (Reformed)
(Briton Auxiliary Cavalry)

The horsemen of Britannia can provide Rome with superb cavalry, ready to be sent to any frontier where they are needed.

100 1766 1766 26 9 22 49 18 20 50
55
100 Ala I Ulpia Dromedariorum
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Camel)
Ala I Ulpia Dromedariorum
(Auxiliary Camel Riders)

Camel riders, recruited from the eastern desert provinces and equipped in Roman fashion, are a deadly force against other cavalry and easily endure in the most arid climates.

100 1502 1502 26 9 20 52 10 30 45
56
100 Ala Cannanefatium (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Cananefates)
Ala Cannanefatium (Reformed)
(Cannanefatian Auxiliary Cavalry)

These Germanic riders charge into battle with a ferocity unmatched by others.

100 1788 1788 26 9 24 49 18 20 65
57
100 Ala Contariorum Commagenorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Cappadocia)
Ala Contariorum Commagenorum (Reformed)
(Auxiliary Cappadocian Lancers)

From a region famed for its cavalry, the elite horsemen of the Kingdom of Commagene give Rome access to reliable shock cavalry.

100 2232 2232 36 9 35 48 22 20 60
58
100 Ala Dacorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Dacia)
Ala Dacorum (Reformed)
(Dacian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Armed with a long spatha and riding sturdy warhorses, these fierce Dacian riders strike fear into any enemy!

100 2095 2095 40 11 24 54 18 20 60
59
100 Ala Dardanorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Dardani)
Ala Dardanorum (Reformed)
(Dardanian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Savage barbarians from the borders of Macedonia and Thrace, the Dardani are wild, bloodthirsty, and good horsemen.

100 2153 2153 42 11 31 50 18 20 60
60
100 Ala Gaetulorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Gaetuli)
Ala Gaetulorum (Reformed)
(Berber Auxiliary Cavalry)

Berber horsemen may be more comfortable with raiding and skirmishing, but these soldiers can also hit hard in a melee.

100 1870 1870 33 11 20 49 18 20 50
61
100 Ala Gallorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Gaul)
Ala Gallorum (Reformed)
(Gallic Auxiliary Cavalry)

The Gauls provide Rome with effective medium cavalry and form the backbone of many cavalry regiments.

100 2042 2042 34 9 31 53 18 20 60
62
100 Ala Gallorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Gaul_Area2)
Ala Gallorum (Reformed)
(Gallic Auxiliary Cavalry)

The Gauls provide Rome with effective medium cavalry and form the backbone of many cavalry regiments.

100 2042 2042 34 9 31 53 18 20 60
63
100 Ala Hispanorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Iberia)
Ala Hispanorum (Reformed)
(Celtiberian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Riding some of the finest mounts of Hispania, these cavalrymen are famed throughout the empire for their skill.

100 2045 2045 36 9 31 55 16 20 60
64
100 Ala Nerviana (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Nervii)
Ala Nerviana (Reformed)
(Nervian Auxiliary Cavalry)

The Nervii prefer to fight on foot with honour, but some of the nobles still ride into battle.

100 2040 2040 40 11 21 52 18 20 65
65
100 Ala Noricorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Noricum)
Ala Noricorum (Reformed)
(Norican Auxiliary Cavalry)

Horsemen are a rare sight in the mountains, yet there are a few that are accustomed to riding in difficult terrain.

100 1957 1957 36 11 20 52 18 20 60
66
100 Ala Numidica Veterana (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Numidia)
Ala Numidica Veterana (Reformed)
(Numidian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Born in the saddle, Numidian cavalrymen have long been famed for their horsemanship.

100 1871 1871 30 9 24 50 18 20 55
67
100 Ala Pannoniorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Pannonia)
Ala Pannoniorum (Reformed)
(Pannonian Auxiliary Cavalry)

The Pannonian tribes are as warlike as their Illyrian kin, but also well-adapted to a life on the plains, with a developed equestrian culture.

100 1969 1969 33 9 26 52 18 20 65
68
100 Ala Parthorum Veterana (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Parthia)
Ala Parthorum Veterana (Reformed)
(Parthian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Parthian deserters look to Rome for sanctuary and offer their expertise as cavalrymen in return.

100 2141 2141 34 9 31 57 20 20 55
69
100 Ala Parthorum Veterana (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Parthia_Area2)
Ala Parthorum Veterana (Reformed)
(Parthian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Parthian deserters look to Rome for sanctuary and offer their expertise as cavalrymen in return.

100 2141 2141 34 9 31 57 20 20 55
70
100 Ala Phrygum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Pontus)
Ala Phrygum (Reformed)
(Phrygian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Although a more peaceful people than their Galatian and Cappadocian neighbours, the Phrygians are excellent cavalrymen and fight with honour.

100 1871 1871 30 9 24 50 18 20 55
71
100 Ala Sebastenorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Samaria)
Ala Sebastenorum (Reformed)
(Samaritan Auxiliary Cavalry)

Originally raised by King Herod, this cavalry arm of the Samaritans guards the province of Judaea from rebellious locals, serving both Roman interests and the local client kings.

100 1707 1707 27 9 24 50 14 20 50
72
100 Ala Scubulorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Scubuli)
Ala Scubulorum (Reformed)
(Illyrian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Illyrian horsemen of the Scubuli tribe ride swift mounts into battle and fight with the reckless courage of barbarians.

100 2033 2033 39 11 20 54 18 20 60
73
100 Ala Ituraeorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Syria)
Ala Ituraeorum (Reformed)
(Syrian Auxiliary Cavalry)

The nomadic Itureans of the Syrian Desert are adept riders and have a passion for conquest.

100 1838 1838 30 9 24 52 16 20 50
74
100 Ala Thracum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Thrace)
Ala Thracum (Reformed)
(Thracian Auxiliary Cavalry)

The Thracians are a hardy people with a love of war and excellent horsemen. They can match the cavalry of any Greek or Persian with their heavy mounts.

100 1951 1951 32 9 26 52 18 20 65
75
100 Ala Treverorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Treveri)
Ala Treverorum (Reformed)
(Treverian Auxiliary Cavalry)

The Treveri have long supplied Rome with some of its most famous cavalry.

100 2045 2045 36 9 28 53 18 20 60
76
100 Ala Tungrorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Tungri)
Ala Tungrorum (Reformed)
(Tungrian Auxiliary Cavalry)

Fierce Germanic horsemen from the Rhine delta offer Rome superior medium cavalry.

100 1914 1914 33 9 24 49 18 20 60
77
100 Ala Vocontiorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Voconti)
Ala Vocontiorum (Reformed)
(Vocontian Auxiliary Cavalry)

The skilled horsemen of southern Gaul are always in great demand to bolster Roman cavalry numbers.

100 1766 1766 26 9 22 49 18 20 50
78
100 Ala Vocontiorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cav_Voconti_Area2)
Ala Vocontiorum (Reformed)
(Vocontian Auxiliary Cavalry)

The skilled horsemen of southern Gaul are always in great demand to bolster Roman cavalry numbers.

100 1766 1766 26 9 22 49 18 20 50
79
200 Cohors Afrorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Africa)
Cohors Afrorum (Reformed)
(African Auxiliary Spearmen)

Recruited from the Berbers, Punics and settlers of the rich province of Africa, these soldiers guard the desert borders.

200 1120 1120 28 9 11 73 16 20 50
80
200 Cohors Alpinorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Alpina)
Cohors Alpinorum (Reformed)
(Alpine Auxiliary Spearmen)

Warlike mountaineers from the Salassi and other tribes of the western Alps.

200 1146 1146 30 9 13 73 16 20 55
81
200 Cohors Aquitanorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Aquitania)
Cohors Aquitanorum (Reformed)
(Aquitanian Heavy Auxiliaries)

The swordsmen of Aquitania are as brave as any Roman in battle, and use the gladius with similar skill.

200 1250 1250 38 10 13 73 16 20 55
82
200 Cohors Aquitanorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Aquitania_Area2)
Cohors Aquitanorum (Reformed)
(Aquitanian Heavy Auxiliaries)

The swordsmen of Aquitania are as brave as any Roman in battle, and use the gladius with similar skill.

200 1250 1250 38 10 13 73 16 20 55
83
200 Cohors Asturum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Asturias)
Cohors Asturum (Reformed)
(Asturian Heavy Auxiliaries)

The Astures are renowned as fierce fighters. Now subdued, they serve in the Roman Auxilia.

200 1173 1173 38 10 11 71 14 20 60
84
200 Cohors Baetica (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Baetica)
Cohors Baetica (Reformed)
(Baetican Heavy Auxiliaries)

These men may be accustomed to a peaceful life tilling the rich farmland of southern Hispania, but they can be called to fight when needed.

200 1121 1121 34 10 11 71 14 20 55
85
200 Cohors Batavorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Batavia)
Cohors Batavorum (Reformed)
(Batavian Heavy Auxiliaries)

Furnishing the empire with nothing but men at arms, the elite Batavi are renowned for their bravery and even form the bulk of the emperor's personal bodyguard.

200 1307 1307 42 11 15 78 16 20 60
86
200 Cohors Chalcidenorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Bithynia)
Cohors Chalcidenorum (Reformed)
(Bithynian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The citizens of the free city of Chalcedon protect the trade routes from barbarian incursions and are ideal for fighting in the rugged terrain of Asia.

200 1033 1033 27 9 11 74 14 20 50
87
175 Cohors Biturigum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Bituriges)
Cohors Biturigum (Reformed)
(Viviscian Light Auxiliaries)

The Celts of Burdigala are skilled at skirmishing and make useful scouts.

175 748 748 15 90 8 7 26 10 11 50 12 20 50
88
175 Cohors Biturigum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Bituriges_Area2)
Cohors Biturigum (Reformed)
(Viviscian Light Auxiliaries)

The Celts of Burdigala are skilled at skirmishing and make useful scouts.

175 748 748 15 90 8 7 26 10 11 50 12 20 50
89
200 Cohors Bosporanorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Bospori)
Cohors Bosporanorum (Reformed)
(Bosporan Auxiliary Spearmen)

Citizens of the Bosporan Kingdom can be relied on to defend their homeland and allies against marauding steppe nomads.

200 1046 1046 28 9 11 74 14 20 50
90
200 Cohors Callaecorum Bracarum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Bracares)
Cohors Callaecorum Bracarum (Reformed)
(Gallaecian Heavy Auxiliaries)

Men from the Bracari tribe can be relied on to face any battle with courage and fight to the bitter end.

200 1175 1175 38 10 11 73 14 20 60
91
200 Cohors Breucorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Breuci)
Cohors Breucorum (Reformed)
(Illyrian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The warriors of the Breuci are fierce in battle, and would make useful recruits if only they could be trusted to remain loyal...

200 1110 1110 33 9 11 73 14 20 55
92
200 Cohors Brittonum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Britain)
Cohors Brittonum (Reformed)
(Briton Auxiliary Spearmen)

The wild, savage Britons make dependable soldiers once trained in Roman ways.

200 1071 1071 30 9 13 73 14 20 55
93
175 Cohors Cannanefatium (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Cananefates)
Cohors Cannanefatium (Reformed)
(Cannanefatian Light Auxiliaries)

Loyal allies and kinsmen to the Batavi, these men are just as courageous but are less numerous.

175 704 704 15 90 8 7 38 10 11 71 8 20 60
94
175 Cohors Cantabrorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Cantabri)
Cohors Cantabrorum (Reformed)
(Cantabrian Light Auxiliaries)

As savage, untameable mountaineers, the Cantabri may be prone to banditry, but for this reason they also make excellent skirmishers.

175 748 748 15 90 8 7 27 10 11 50 12 20 55
95
200 Cohors Commagenorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Cappadocia)
Cohors Commagenorum (Reformed)
(Cappadocian Auxiliary Spearmen)

Stuck between the two superpowers of Rome and Parthia, the Armenians of the Kingdom of Commagene have sided with Rome and supply heavily armoured spearmen for the Auxilia.

200 1073 1073 30 9 13 75 14 20 50
96
175 Cohors Celtiberorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Celtiberian)
Cohors Celtiberorum (Reformed)
(Celtiberian Light Auxiliaries)

The Celtiberians are accustomed to raiding and skirmishing, and use their javelins with devastating effect.

175 704 704 15 90 8 7 27 10 11 71 8 20 55
97
175 Cohors Cilicum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Cilicia)
Cohors Cilicum (Reformed)
(Cilician Light Auxiliaries)

Cilicia has long been a haven of pirates, roaming bandits and mercenaries. Now conquered, they look to the Roman army as a way to escape poverty.

175 704 704 15 90 8 7 27 10 11 71 8 20 50
98
200 Cohors Corsorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Corsica)
Cohors Corsorum (Reformed)
(Corsican Heavy Auxiliaries)

Though not as renowned as their Ligurian cousins, the Corsi can be useful swordsmen when needed.

200 1248 1248 38 10 13 71 16 20 50
99
200 Cohors Corsorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Corsica_Area2)
Cohors Corsorum (Reformed)
(Corsican Heavy Auxiliaries)

Though not as renowned as their Ligurian cousins, the Corsi can be useful swordsmen when needed.

200 1248 1248 38 10 13 71 16 20 50
100
175 Cohors Cugernorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Cugerni)
Cohors Cugernorum (Reformed)
(Germanic Light Auxiliaries)

Tribesmen from the banks of the Rhine, the Cugerni are expert scouts and forest ambushers.

175 748 748 15 90 8 7 30 10 11 50 12 20 60
101
175 Cohors Cypria (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Cyprus)
Cohors Cypria (Reformed)
(Cyprian Light Auxiliaries).

The men of Cyprus have a history of raiding and infighting between rival towns, and are accomplished skirmishers.

175 660 660 15 90 8 7 26 10 10 71 6 20 45
102
200 Cohors Cyrenaica (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Cyrene)
Cohors Cyrenaica (Reformed)
(Cyrenaic Auxiliary Spearmen)

Citizens of Cyrene, the chief city of Libya, answer the call to fight for their emperor.

200 1020 1020 26 9 11 74 14 20 45
103
200 Cohors Cyrrhesticorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Cyrrhus)
Cohors Cyrrhesticorum (Reformed)
(Macedonian Heavy Auxiliaries)

Macedonians from the city of Cyrrhus and beyond have a long tradition of fighting in well trained armies. Now trained in Roman tactics, they are deadly adversaries.

200 1200 1200 34 10 11 75 16 20 50
104
200 Cohors Dacorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Dacia)
Cohors Dacorum (Reformed)
(Dacian Heavy Auxiliaries)

Combining Roman discipline with the savage nature of the Dacians, these infantrymen are a deadly force.

200 1276 1276 40 10 13 73 16 20 60
105
200 Cohors Delmatarum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Delmatia)
Cohors Delmatarum (Reformed)
(Illyrian Heavy Auxiliaries)

The Delmatae are famous for being warlike and rebellious, but when kept under control they make excellent soldiers.

200 1250 1250 38 10 13 73 16 20 55
106
200 Cohors Thebaeorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Egypt)
Cohors Thebaeorum (Reformed)
(Egyptian Heavy Auxiliaries)

Recruited from both the native Egyptians and Greeks, these soldiers ensure local rebellions are suppressed and the grain shipments continue to flow to Rome.

200 1224 1224 36 10 11 73 16 20 50
107
200 Cohors Frisiavonum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Frisii)
Cohors Frisiavonum (Reformed)
(Frisian Auxiliary Spearmen).

Barbaric tribesmen from the islands and coast around the Rhine delta, these recruits may be savage but they are also somewhat disciplined unlike their neighbours to the east.

200 1097 1097 32 9 11 73 14 20 50
108
175 Cohors Gaetulorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Gaetuli)
Cohors Gaetulorum (Reformed)
(Berber Light Auxiliaries).

Desert nomads from the land beyond the Atlas Mountains, these skirmishers are at home in unforgiving desert climates.

175 748 748 15 90 8 7 26 10 11 50 12 20 50
109
200 Cohors Galatarum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Galatia)
Cohors Galatarum (Reformed)
(Galatian Heavy Auxiliaries).

Fierce, proud, and brave in battle, the Galatians are expert swordsmen with a love of war.

200 1276 1276 40 11 13 73 16 20 60
110
200 Cohors Gallorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Gaul)
Cohors Gallorum (Reformed)
(Gallic Auxiliary Spearmen)

These Gauls may now submit to Rome and enjoy many of the comforts of a more civilized nation, but they are no less dangerous or fierce in battle!

200 1146 1146 30 9 13 73 16 20 55
111
200 Cohors Gallorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Gaul_Area2)
Cohors Gallorum (Reformed)
(Gallic Auxiliary Spearmen)

These Gauls may now submit to Rome and enjoy many of the comforts of a more civilized nation, but they are no less dangerous or fierce in battle!

200 1146 1146 30 9 13 73 16 20 55
112
200 Cohors Helvetiorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Helvetii)
Cohors Helvetiorum (Reformed)
(Helvetian Auxiliary Spearmen).

The Helvetii have always been a wild and unruly people, but their fierceness in battle gives them some redeeming qualities.

200 1190 1190 33 9 11 78 16 20 55
113
200 Cohors Hispanorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Iberia)
Cohors Hispanorum (Reformed)
(Celtiberian Auxiliary Spearmen)

Recruits from across Hispania are keen to join the Auxilia, and although many are now thoroughly Romanized, these people still retain their savage lust for battle.

200 1172 1172 32 9 11 73 16 20 50
114
200 Cohors Italica Voluntariorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Italy)
Cohors Italica Voluntariorum (Reformed)
(Italian Auxiliary Spearmen)

In a crisis, even the lowest classes of citizens – vagrants, criminals, and freed slaves – have their uses.

200 1107 1107 27 9 10 73 16 20 45
115
200 Cohors Italica Voluntariorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Italy_Area2)
Cohors Italica Voluntariorum (Reformed)
(Italian Auxiliary Spearmen)

In a crisis, even the lowest classes of citizens – vagrants, criminals, and freed slaves – have their uses.

200 1107 1107 27 9 10 73 16 20 45
116
200 Cohors Ligurum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Liguria)
Cohors Ligurum (Reformed)
(Ligurian Heavy Auxiliaries).

Soldiers recruited from the Alpine Ligures are renowned warriors, capable swordsmen in any battle.

200 1265 1265 39 10 13 75 16 20 55
117
200 Cohors Lingonum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Lingones)
Cohors Lingonum (Reformed)
(Gallic Heavy Auxiliaries).

Longtime allies of Rome, the warriors of the Lingones tribe are reliable swordsmen.

200 1147 1147 36 10 11 71 14 20 50
118
200 Cohors Lingonum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Lingones_Area2)
Cohors Lingonum (Reformed)
(Gallic Heavy Auxiliaries).

Longtime allies of Rome, the warriors of the Lingones tribe are reliable swordsmen.

200 1147 1147 36 10 11 71 14 20 50
119
200 Cohors Callaecorum Lucensium (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Lucensium)
Cohors Callaecorum Lucensium (Reformed)
(Gallaecian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The Gallaeci tribes supply Rome with expert fighters that prefer death over surrender.

200 1110 1110 33 9 11 73 14 20 55
120
200 Cohors Lusitanorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Lusitania)
Cohors Lusitanorum (Reformed)
(Lusitanian Auxiliary Spearmen)

These warriors are fierce and independent, but now conquered, they serve Rome well.

200 1110 1110 33 9 11 73 14 20 55
121
200 Cohors Macedonica (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Macedonia)
Cohors Macedonica (Reformed)
(Macedonian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The great empire of the Macedonians may be no more, but these soldiers still retain their martial prowess and are ready to serve Rome.

200 1148 1148 30 9 11 75 16 20 50
122
200 Cohors Mattiacorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Mattiaci)
Cohors Mattiacorum (Reformed)
(Mattiaci Heavy Auxiliaries).

Some of the only Roman subjects to live beyond the East bank of the Rhine, the Mattiaci are exempt from taxes in return for providing expert fighters and patrolling the borders of Germania.

200 1198 1198 40 10 11 70 14 20 55
123
200 Cohors Maurorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Mauri)
Cohors Maurorum (Reformed)
(Mauritanian Heavy Auxiliaries)

These Berber soldiers are experienced in desert warfare and keep less civilized tribes at bay.

200 1121 1121 34 10 11 71 14 20 45
124
175 Cohors Menapiorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Menapii)
Cohors Menapiorum (Reformed)
(Menapian Light Auxiliaries)

Experts in hit-and-run tactics in both woodlands and marshes, these soldiers make excellent scouts.

175 748 748 15 90 8 5 28 10 11 50 12 20 55
125
175 Cohors Montanorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Montani)
Cohors Montanorum (Reformed)
(Mountain Light Auxiliaries)

Hardy mountain skirmishers recruited from the tribes of the eastern Alps.

175 704 704 15 90 8 5 28 10 13 71 8 20 50
126
175 Cohors Morinorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Morini)
Cohors Morinorum (Reformed)
(Morini Light Auxiliaries).

Living on the marshy coast of Belgica, the Morini are good at two things: sailing and hiding in forests, ready to ambush unwitting foes.

175 748 748 15 90 8 5 28 10 11 50 12 20 55
127
175 Cohors Musulamiorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Musulamii)
Cohors Musulamiorum (Reformed)
(Berber Light Auxiliaries)

These desert nomads make good use of hit-and-run tactics to harass the enemy.

175 748 748 15 90 8 5 26 10 11 50 12 20 50
128
200 Cohors Nerviorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Nervii)
Cohors Nerviorum (Reformed)
(Nervian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The Nervii are renowned as the most warlike tribe in Belgica and will often fight to the last man.

200 1181 1181 33 9 11 69 16 20 65
129
200 Cohors Noricorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Noricum)
Cohors Noricorum (Reformed)
(Norican Auxiliary Spearmen)

Noricum is famous for both its high quality steel and its hardy warriors.

200 1190 1190 33 9 11 78 16 20 55
130
200 Cohors Numidarum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Numidia)
Cohors Numidarum (Reformed)
(Numidian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The Numidians offer their allegiance to Rome, in exchange for peace, prosperity and good trade.

200 1045 1045 28 9 10 73 14 20 50
131
200 Cohors Pannoniorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Pannonia)
Cohors Pannoniorum (Reformed)
(Pannonian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The Pannonians have fought both against and for Rome. Although not to be trusted, they are excellent soldiers used to a hard life in the mountains and windswept plains.

200 1200 1200 34 9 11 75 16 20 55
132
200 Cohors Petreorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Petra)
Cohors Petreorum (Reformed)
(Nabataean Auxiliary Spearmen)

When the Nabataean Kingdom was annexed by Rome, its armies were retained. These soldiers are expert desert fighters who protect the trade routes.

200 1045 1045 28 9 10 73 14 20 45
133
200 Cohors Paphlagonum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Pontus)
Cohors Paphlagonum (Reformed)
(Paphlagonian Heavy Auxiliaries)

Hardy soldiers from the rugged mountains by the Black Sea, the Paphlagonians, liberated by Rome, supply their new allies with good heavy infantry.

200 1177 1177 38 10 11 75 14 20 50
134
200 Cohors Raetorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Raeti)
Cohors Raetorum (Reformed)
(Raetian Heavy Auxiliaries)

The Raeti are hardy mountain warriors, proud descendants of the Etruscans.

200 1250 1250 38 10 11 73 16 20 60
135
200 Cohors Sebastenorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Samaria)
Cohors Sebastenorum (Reformed)
(Samaritan Auxiliary Spearmen)

Palace guards and King Herod's personal soldiers, these Samaritan warriors have been trained by the Romans to keep their rebellious province in check.

200 970 970 28 9 11 73 12 20 50
136
175 Cohors Sardorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Sardinia)
Cohors Sardorum (Reformed)
(Sardinian Light Auxiliaries)

The farmers, fishermen, and hunters of Sardinia make excellent skirmishers and flanking units.

175 700 700 15 90 8 5 27 10 10 70 8 20 45
137
175 Cohors Sardorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Sardinia_Area2)
Cohors Sardorum (Reformed)
(Sardinian Light Auxiliaries)

The farmers, fishermen, and hunters of Sardinia make excellent skirmishers and flanking units.

175 700 700 15 90 8 5 27 10 10 70 8 20 45
138
200 Cohors Sequanorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Sequani)
Cohors Sequanorum (Reformed)
(Sequanian Heavy Auxiliaries)

More loyal than their Helvetii neighbours, the Sequani protect the mountain passes from Rome's enemies.

200 1185 1185 39 10 11 70 14 20 55
139
200 Cohors Sugambrorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Sicambri)
Cohors Sugambrorum (Reformed)
(Sicambrian Auxiliary Spearmen)

Men born for war and raids, these Germanic tribesmen live beyond the Rhine and can be either loyal allies or deadly opponents.

200 1072 1072 30 9 11 74 14 20 50
140
175 Cohors Sunucorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Sunuici)
Cohors Sunucorum (Reformed)
(Germanic Light Auxiliaries)

Sunici warriors are well-suited to border patrol in the great forests of the north.

175 748 748 15 90 8 5 30 10 11 50 12 20 60
141
200 Cohors Ituraeorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Syria)
Cohors Ituraeorum (Reformed)
(Syrian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The Iturean people from the slopes of Mount Lebanon are skilled in war and know how to survive in harsh desert climates.

200 1034 1034 27 9 11 75 14 20 50
142
200 Cohors Thracum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Thrace)
Cohors Thracum (Reformed)
(Thracian Auxiliary Spearmen)

Thracians are wild, savage, and disobedient even to their own kings; however, they provide excellent quality soldiers if kept under control.

200 1172 1172 32 9 13 73 16 20 55
143
200 Cohors Tungrorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Tungri)
Cohors Tungrorum (Reformed)
(Tungrian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The warriors of the Tungrii have long ago proven their loyalty to Rome and will stand against any enemy.

200 1177 1177 32 9 13 78 16 20 65
144
200 Cohors Ubiorum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Ubii)
Cohors Ubiorum (Reformed)
(Ubian Auxiliary Spearmen)

The Ubii have long ago cut their ties with their Germanic brethren, choosing to live on the West bank of the Rhine.

200 1072 1072 30 9 11 74 14 20 50
145
200 Cohors Vangionum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Vangiones)
Cohors Vangionum (Reformed)
(Vangionian Heavy Auxiliaries)

Recruited from the tribes between the Rhine and Danube, these warriors garrison the forts that keep less civilized barbarians at bay.

200 1173 1173 38 10 11 71 14 20 60
146
200 Cohors Vasconum (Reformed)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Vascones)
Cohors Vasconum (Reformed)
(Basque Heavy Auxiliaries)

The tribesmen of the Pyrenees willingly join the legions in battle; although fiercely independent, they offer their allegiance to Rome.

200 1202 1202 40 10 11 74 14 20 55
147
175 Cohors Vindelicorum (Reformed)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Infantry_Vindeli)
Cohors Vindelicorum (Reformed)
(Vindelician Light Auxiliaries)

Fierce Celtic raiders and bandits are better put to good use in the Roman army.

175 748 748 15 90 8 5 27 10 11 50 12 20 50
148
100 Equites Extraordinarii (Early)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Rom_Equites_Extraordinarii_Early_Allied)
Equites Extraordinarii (Early)
(Camillan Heavy Cavalry Turma)

These elite Socii cavalry make up one third of the allied cavalry and are among the very best of Italia.

100 1816 1816 30 9 24 45 18 20 60
149
100 Equites Extraordinarii (Late)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Rom_Equites_Extraordinarii_Late_Allied)
Equites Extraordinarii (Late)
(Polybian Heavy Cavalry Turma)

These elite Socii cavalry make up one third of the allied cavalry and are among the very best of Italia.

100 1892 1892 33 9 24 47 18 20 60
150
100 Socii Equites (Late)
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Rom_Equites_Late_Allied)
Socii Equites (Late)
(Polybian Medium Cavalry Turma)

The Socii provide excellent cavalrymen, as always. Aside from an upgrade they still fight the same way.

100 1874 1874 32 9 24 47 18 20 50
151
200 Hastati Samnitici (Early)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Rom_Hastati_Early_Allied)
Hastati Samnitici (Early)
(Camillan Light Spear Maniple)

The Socii provide medium-grade infantry for Rome. These men form the front line.

200 664 664 28 9 13 67 6 20 50
152
200 Hastati Samnitici (Late)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Rom_Hastati_Late_Allied)
Hastati Samnitici (Late)
(Polybian Light Sword Maniple)

These gladii-armed, pila-throwing men are among the youngest of the Socii.

200 794 794 32 10 11 70 8 20 50
153
200 Pedites Extraordinarii (Early)
Melee Infantry / Hoplite/Pike Infantry / (Rom_Pedites_Extraordinarii_Early_Allied)
Pedites Extraordinarii (Early)
(Camillan Elite Hoplite Maniple)

The best fifth of the allied triarii are designated as extraordinarii - indeed, extraordinary soldiers.

200 1257 1257 34 9 15 70 16 20 60
154
200 Pedites Extraordinarii (Late)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Rom_Pedites_Extraordinarii_Late_Allied)
Pedites Extraordinarii (Late)
(Polybian Elite Spear Maniple)

The best fifth of the allied triarii are designated as extraordinarii - indeed, extraordinary soldiers.

200 1195 1195 33 9 13 84 16 20 60
155
200 Principes Samnitici (Early)
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Rom_Principes_Early_Allied)
Principes Samnitici (Early)
(Camillan Heavy Spear Maniple)

Good spearmen, no matter where they come from, are always valued by the Romans. These men form the second line.

200 1022 1022 32 9 13 73 12 20 55
156
200 Principes Samnitici (Late)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Rom_Principes_Late_Allied)
Principes Samnitici (Late)
(Polybian Heavy Sword Maniple)

The Romans demand and the Socii serve: heavy melee infantry equipped like their Roman counterparts.

200 1098 1098 38 10 11 71 12 20 55
157
80 Canes Bellici
Melee Infantry / Special / (Rom_War_Dogs)
Canes Bellici
(War Dogs)

Ferocious animals, trained to rip out men's throats to break any resistance.

80 800 800 18 7 13 26 3 20 45
Recruitable Units Lv. 1
No. Unit Sol. Costom Cost Recru. Cost Unkeep Cost Ship HP. Ship Spd. Msl. Dmg. Rng. Sht. /min Amo. Mle. Atk. Mle. Dmg. Chg. Mle. Def. Arm. HP. Mor.
158
300 Cordinau Orca (Romanized)
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_38_Scordisci_Elite_Infantry_RomAux)
Cordinau Orca (Romanized)
(Scordisci Elite Swordsmen)

The Scordisci are Celtic warriors who live near Macedonia. They are famous for their use of sheering curved swords that can cause an opponent terrible gashes, and are known to use the skulls of their enemies as drinking cups. Like the Solduros of the Gauls, in the East the Scordisci have the Cordinau Orca (Kor-dee-now Urk-ah; Battle Boars), the guardians of their chief, and fearsome, strong warriors. The Scordisci are a rather extroverted Celtic people; they are so cosmopolitan that their enemies think them Thracians or Illyrians.

300 1233 1233 42 11 11 79 14 20 55
159
175 Kasatim Shardanim (Romanized)
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_40_Sardinian_Archers_RomAux)
Kasatim Shardanim (Romanized)
(Sardinian Archers)

Archers are ideal for harassing the enemy from afar, and goading them into foolish action.

175 389 389 9 165 5 15 12 7 10 24 1 20 30
160
100 Sauromatae Uaezdaettae (Romanized)
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (AOR_43_Sarmatian_Cataphracts_RomAux)
Sauromatae Uaezdaettae (Romanized)
(Sarmatian Cataphracts)

These incredibly heavy cavalry can turn the tide of battle with their thunderous charge!

100 2603 2603 45 9 44 49 26 20 55
161
120 Tarantinoi Hippeis (Romanized)
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (AOR_44_Tarantine_Cav_RomAux)
Tarantinoi Hippeis (Romanized)
(Tarantine Cavalry)

These mercenary cavalrymen are rightly held in high regard for their skills.

120 1867 1867 16 95 9 5 33 10 22 48 14 20 40
162
100 Ala Sagittariorum Parthorum (Reformed)
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (Aux_Archer_Cav_Parthia_Area2)
Ala Sagittariorum Parthorum (Reformed)
(Parthian Auxiliary Horse Archers)

Veteran riders of an overthrown Parthian king, these exiles seek refuge with their Roman allies.

100 1664 1664 10 150 5 15 20 11 20 28 16 20 55
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