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By the time of Julius Caesar a century, which was the body commanded in the first instance by a centurion in............

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By the time of Julius Caesar a century, which was the body commanded in the first instance by a centurion in the Roman army, consisted of how many soldiers ?

A100
BAbout 80
CBetween 100 and 110
DBetween 90 and 100

Correct Option: 2  

Explanation:
About 80
Centuries developed from the Roman tribal system and could originally contain 200 to 1000 men; under the Marian reforms of 107 BCE they consisted of a hundred soldiers; later that developed to between 60 and (ideally) 100 distributed among 10 contubernia (of 8 soldiers and 2 auxiliary servants each), i.e. a total of 80 soldiers and 20 servants per century.
posted Jun 5, 2018 by Chahat Sharma

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