The Roman Army A to Z: dux

dux (m. pl. duces):

A general or army commander (Caes., BG 1.13.2; Tac., Hist. 3.37); d. legionum: Commander of a detachment or vexillation (CIL III, 1919; 8513; 12813). [Southern and Dixon 1996]

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