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    Default [UNITS] Ancient Empires Presents: THE ROMAN LEGIONS

    Ancient Empires Presents: THE LEGIONS
    Greetings! Here is a little preview on new units going into the game. Some are subject to change. See Below for some of the features:

    • New Imperial Legion Shield/Scutum models - textured with ipwnu678's custom legion shield textures
    • New Imperial Helmet Models: Including 4 Italic types, and 4 Gallic types - all with several variations in texture
    • Custom skins based on Kaz and DEI roman units


    NEW ADDITIONS SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE 2:

    • I Adiutrix
    • I Italica
    • II Italica
    • II Traiana
    • III Italica
    • III Parthica (or II Parthica)
    • XXX Ulpia Victrix
    • New custom helmet models
    • New custom armour models
    • New Custom Cold weather models for those legions stationed in cold weather climate
    • More Centurion models and textures


    THANK YOU to all involved.

    • Dark Centurion (Steam)/ipwnu678 (twcenter) has been a wonderful contributor to the mod and has provided us with shield textures for the Roman Legions. You can download his mod for Rome 2 here: Caesars Legions Shield Retexture Project. It is a must have mod for Rome 2.
    • XIIICaesar and Franky for providing the inspiration of these units.
    • Divide et Impera team for their textures use and collaboration with the Ancient Empires team.
    • The AE Team for the collaboration on getting this units in game.


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    The Legions


    LEGIO I GERMANICA

    One of the original 28 Augustan Legions, Legio I Germanica was most likely founded by Julius Caesar in 48 b.c. The emblem was likely the bull as this was the emblem of all the Caesarian legions. It is presumed to be one of the legions to aid Caesar in his war against Pompey. Some possible battles I Germanica first saw were Dyrrachium and Pharsulus, but this is not confirmed. The title Germanica is a reference to its service in Germania in it's later years.​

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    LEGIO I MINERVA

    Legio I Minervia (Latin for "First legion Minervia", "devoted to goddess Minerva") was a Roman legion levied by emperor Domitian in 82, for the campaign against the Germanic tribe of the Chatti. Its cognomen is related to the goddess Minerva, the legion's protector. There are still records of the I Minervia in the Rhine border in the middle of the 4th century. The legion's emblem is an image of goddess Minerva.
    Legio I Minervia first, and main, camp was in the city of Bonna (modern Bonn), in the province of Germania Inferior. In 89, they suppressed a revolt of the governor of Germania Superior. Due to this, Domitian gave them the cognomen Pia Fidelis Domitiana (loyal and faithful to Domitian) to acknowledge their support.

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    LEGIO II AVGVSTA (AUGUSTA)

    Legio secunda Augusta ("Augustus' Second Legion") was a legion of the Imperial Roman army, originally founded during the late Roman republic. Its emblems were the Capricornus, Pegasus, Mars, and the second banner from the top left.

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    LEGIO III GALLICA

    One of the Roman legions. Its name means "the legion from Gaul".

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    LEGIO III AVGVSTA (AUGUSTA)

    Cognomini: AUGUSTA, created or reconstituted by Augustus (Octavian), or an honor bestowed by him in recognition of a victory. LIBERATRIX, Liberating, title given by rebel Clodius Macer in +68.
    Additional nomenclature: "Pia Vindex" (Loyal Avenging), granted by Septimus Severus in 193 as reward for the legion's rejection of overtures by the rival claimant Prescennius Niger. "Valeriana Gallieniana Valeriana", from the co-Augusti Valerian and Gallienus and the latter's son Valerian Caesar. Given at the time of the legion's reconstitution in +253. Emblem: possibly PEGASUS.

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    LEGIO III CYRENCIA

    Legio tertia Cyrenaica (Third Cyrenean legion) was a Roman legion probably levied by Mark Antony around 36 BC, when he was governor of Cyrenaica. There are still records of the legion in Syria in the beginning of the 5th century. The legion symbol is unknown.

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    LEGIO IIII MACEDONIA - LEGIO IIII FLAVIA FELIX - LEGIO IIII SCYTHICA

    Legio quarta Macedonica (Fourth Macedonian Legion), was a Roman legion levied by Julius Caesar in 48 BC with Italian legionaries. The legion was disbanded in 70 by Emperor Vespasian. The legion symbols were a bull (as with all of Caesar's legions) and a Capricorn.
    Legio quarta Flavia Felix, was a legion of the Imperial Roman army founded in AD 70 by the emperor Vespasian from the ashes of the Legio IV Macedonica. The legion was active in Moesia Superior in the first half of the 5th century. The legion symbol was a lion.
    Legio quarta Scythica (Fourth Scythian Legion) was a Roman legion levied by Mark Antony around 42 BC, for his campaign against the Parthian Empire, hence its other cognomen, Parthica. The legion was still active in Syria in the early 5th century. The legion's symbol was a Capricorn.

    MARIAN -MACEDONIA - AUGUSTAN MACEDONIA – IMPERIAL FLAVIA FELIX - IMPERIAL SCYTHICA
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    LEGIO V ALAUDAE - LEGIO V MACEDONIA

    Legio quinta Alaudae (Fifth Larks Legion) sometimes known as Gallica, was levied by Julius Caesar in 52 BC from native Gauls. Their emblem was an elephant, and their cognomen Alaudae came from the high crest on their helmets, typical of the Gauls, which made them look like larks. The French word "Alouette" is a direct descendant of "Alauda", itself not a proper Latin noun, but a loan word from Gaulish, possibly the first reason for the legionary name.
    Legio quinta Macedonica (Fifth Macedonian Legion) was a Roman legion. It was probably originally levied by consul Gaius Vibius Pansa Caetronianus and Octavian in 43 BC, and it was stationed in Moesia at least until 5th century. Its symbol was the bull, but the eagle was used as well. The cognomen Macedonica comes from the fact that the legion was stationed in Macedonia for a significant period of its existence.[

    MARIAN ALAUDAE - AUGUSTAN ALAUDAE - AGUSTAN MACEDONIA – IMPERIAL ALAUDAE - IMPERIAL MACEDONIA

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    LEGIO VII CLUADIA PIA FIDELIS

    Legio septima Claudia was a legion of the Imperial Roman army. Its emblem, like that of all Caesar's legions, was the bull, together with the lion. The Seventh, the Sixth, the Eighth and the Ninth were all founded by Pompey in Spain in 65 BC. With the Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth legions, the Seventh was among the oldest units in the imperial Roman army. They were ordered to Cisalpine Gaul around 58 BC by Julius Caesar, and marched with him throughout the entire Gallic Wars. The Roman commander mentions the Seventh in his account of the battle against the Nervians, and it seems that it was employed during the expedition through western Gaul led by Caesar's deputy Crassus. In 56, the Seventh was present during the Venetic campaign. During the crisis caused by Vercingetorix, it fought in the neighborhood of Lutetia; it must have been active at Alesia and it was certainly involved in the mopping-up operations among the Bellovaci.


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    LEGIO VIII AUGUSTA

    Legio octava Augusta was a legion of the Imperial Roman army originally founded by Pompey in 65 BC, along with the 6th, 7th & 9th, and continuing in service to Rome for at least 400 years thereafter.


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    LEGIO VIIII HISPANA

    Legio Nona Hispana (Ninth Spanish Legion) was a Roman legion which operated from the 1st century BC until mid-2nd century AD. The legion's fate is unknown but has been the subject of considerable interest and research. It was based in York in 108. The theory that it was destroyed in action north of Hadrian's Wall around 117 was popularized by a 1954 novel but was somewhat discredited when tile stamps later found in Nijmegen show that the legion was still based there between 121 and 130. Dio Cassius records that a legion was destroyed in Armenia by the Parthians in 161; it was possibly the Ninth Legion. In any event, the Ninth does not appear in a list of legions compiled in 165.


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    LEGIO X EQUESTRIS - LEGIO X GEMINA - LEGIO X FRETENSIS

    Legio X Equestris (Latin: "Tenth legion 'mounted'" - Equestris), a Roman legion, was levied by Julius Caesar in 61 BC when he was the Governor of Hispania Ulterior. The Tenth was the first legion levied personally by Caesar, and was consistently his most trusted. The name Equestris was applied after Caesar mounted legionaries from the Tenth on horses as a ruse in a parley with the German King Ariovistus in 58 BC because he did not trust his Gallic cavalry auxiliaries from the Aedui tribe. Legio X was famous in its day[1] and throughout history, because of its portrayal in Caesar's Commentaries and the prominent role the Tenth played in his Gallic campaigns.[2] Its soldiers were discharged in 45 BC. Its remnants were reconstituted, fought for Mark Antony and Octavian, disbanded, and later merged into X Gemina.[3]
    Legio decima
    Gemina (Tenth Twin Legion), was one of the four legions used by Julius Caesar in 58 BC, for his invasion of Gaul. There are still records of the X Gemina in Vienna in the beginning of the 5th century. The legion symbol was a bull. Early on in its history, the legion was called X Equestris (mounted), because Caesar once used the legionaries as cavalry.
    Legio X Fretensis ("Tenth legion of the sea strait") was a Roman legion levied by Augustus Caesar in 41/40 BC to fight during the period of civil war that started the dissolution of the Roman Republic. X Fretensis is then recorded to have existed at least until the 410s. X Fretensis symbols were the bull — the holy animal of the goddess Venus (mythical ancestor of the gens Julia) — a ship (probably a reference to the Battles of Naulochus and/or Actium), the god Neptune, and a boar. The symbol of Taurus may also mean that it was organized between 20 April and 20 May.


    MARIAN EQUESTRIS - AUGUSTAN GEMINA - AUGUSTAN FRETENSIS - IMPERIAL GEMINA - IMPERIAL FRETENSIS

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    LEGIO XI CLAUDIA PIA FIDELIS

    Legio undecima Claudia (Eleventh Claudian legion) was a Roman legion. XI Claudia dates back to the two legions (the other was the XIIth) recruited by Julius Caesar to invade Gallia in 58 BC, and it existed at least until early 5th century, guarding lower Danube in Durostorum (modern Silistra, Bulgaria). The emblem of this legion is not recorded; it could have been, as well as of all Caesar's legions, the bull, possibly the she-wolf lactating the twins.


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    LEGIO XII VICTRIX/FULMINATA

    Legio duodecima Fulminata (Twelfth Legion, armed with lightning), also known as Paterna, Victrix, Antiqua, Certa Constans, and Galliena, was a Roman legion, levied by Julius Caesar in 58 BC and which accompanied him during the Gallic wars until 49 BC. The unit was still guarding the Euphrates River crossing near Melitene at the beginning of the 5th century. The legion's emblem was a thunderbolt (fulmen). In later centuries it came to be called commonly, but incorrectly, the Legio Fulminatrix, the Thundering Legion.


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    LEGIO XIII GEMINA

    Legio tertia decima Gemina (Thirteenth Twin Legion) was one of the most prominent Roman legions. It was one of Julius Caesar's key units in Gaul and in the civil war, and was the legion with which he famously crossed the Rubicon on January 10, 49 BC. The legion appears to have still been in existence in the fifth century. Its symbol was the lion.

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    LEGIO XIIII GEMINA

    Legio quarta decima Gemina (Fourteenth Twin Legion) was a legion of the Roman Empire, levied by Julius Caesar in 57 B.C. The cognomen Gemina (twin in Latin) suggests that the legion resulted from fusion of two previous ones, one of them being the Fourteenth legion that fought in the Battle of Alesia, the other being the Martia (Martian) legion. The cognomen Victrix (victorious) was added by Augustus following their service in the Pannonian War c. A.D. 9. The emblem of the legion was the Capricorn,[1] as with many of the legions levied by Caesar.,[1] or the crossed thunderbolts of Jupiter.

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    LEGIO XV APOLLINARIS

    Legio quinta decima Apollinaris (Fifteenth Apollonian Legion) was a Roman legion. It was recruited by Octavian in 41/40 BC. The emblem of this legion was probably a picture of Apollo, or of one of his holy animals.
    XV Apollinaris is sometimes confused with two other legions with the same number: An earlier unit which was commanded by Julius Caesar and met its end in North Africa in 49 BC, and a later unit that was present at the Battle of Philippi on the side of the Second Triumvirate and then sent east.


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    LEGIO XVI - GALLICA/FLAVIA FIRMA

    Legio sexta decima Flavia Firma (Sixteenth Steadfast Flavian Legion) was a Roman legion. The legion was created by Emperor Vespasian in 70, with the remains of the XVI Gallica (which had surrendered in the Batavian rebellion), and still existed in the 4th century, when it guarded the Euphrates border camped in Sura (Syria). The emblem of the legion was a Pegasus,[1] in earlier science a lion was assumed

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    LEGIO XVII

    Legio septima decima (Seventeenth Legion) was a Roman legion levied by Augustus around 41 BC. The legion was destroyed in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest (September 9, 9). The legion's symbol and cognomen are unknown.
    This legion was probably created to deal with Sextus Pompey, the last opponent of the second triumvirate, garrisoned in Sicily and threatening Rome's grain supply.
    Following the defeat of Antony and Cleopatra in the battle of Actium (31 BC), the legion was stationed in Gaul. In the end of the 1st century BC, the Seventeenth was sent to the Germania provinces in the Rhine and was stationed in Castra Vetera (Xanten). In AD 5, the provinces were pacified and Publius Quinctilius Varus was assigned governor and commander of the Germania army.
    On September 9, Arminius, leader of the Cheruscan allies, reported a rebellion in the Rhine area. Without suspecting the information received, Varus took his three legions, the XVII along with XVIII and XIX, and headed west. On 9 September, near modern Osnabrück, the Cheruscii led by Arminius ambushed the governor's army. All three legions were destroyed in what is known as the battle of the Teutoburg Forest and their eagle standards lost.
    After its destruction, the Romans never used this legion number again.


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    LEGIO XVIII

    Legio duodevigesima (Eighteenth Legion, spelled XVIII or XIIX) was a Roman legion levied by the future Augustus around 41 BC. The legion was, along with two others, destroyed in the Battle of Teutoburg Forest (September 9, 9). The legion's symbol and cognomen are unknown.

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    LEGIO XVIIII

    Legio undevigesima (Nineteenth Legion) was a Roman legion levied (drafted into military service) in 41 or 40 BC by Augustus. It was destroyed in 9 AD in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest. The emblem of the XIXth legion is unknown, but probably was the Capricorn like other legions levied by Augustus.

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    LEGIO XX VALERIA VICTRIX

    Legio vigesima Valeria Victrix (Twentieth Victorious Valerian Legion) was a Roman legion, probably raised by Augustus some time after 31 BC. It served in Hispania, Illyricum, and Germania before participating in the invasion of Britannia in 43 AD. It remained active in the province until at least the beginning of the 4th century. The legion, which had a boar as its emblem, was based at the fortress of Deva Victrix, which is now the present-day city of Chester.
    Valeria in east-central Europe was a part of Illyricum when the legion was stationed there. The legion won its title from victories in this region while campaigning in the Marcomannic Wars. (Later, in the year 296, Valeria became a separate Province.)


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    LEGIO XXI RAPAX

    Legio vigesima prima rapax (Latin for "Twenty-first Predator legion") was a Roman legion levied in 31 BC by Augustus, probably from men previously enlisted in other legions. The XXI Rapax was destroyed in 92 by the Sarmatians. The symbol of the legion is thought to have been a capricorn.

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    LEGIO XXII DEIOTARIANA - LEGIO XXII PRIMIGENIA

    Legio vigesima secunda Deiotariana (Twenty-second Deiotaran Legion) was a Roman legion, levied approximately in 48 BC and disbanded during the Bar Kokhba revolt of 132–135. Its cognomen comes from Deiotarus, a Celtic king, and its emblem is unknown, but could be a Galatian symbol.
    Legio XXII Primigenia (Latin for "Twenty-second legion Primigenia", dedicated to the goddess Fortuna Primigenia) was a Roman legion levied by Roman Emperor Caligula in 39, for his campaigns in Germania. There are still records of the XXII Primigenia in Mogontiacum (modern Mainz) from the end of 3rd century. The legion's symbols were a Capricorn and the demigod Hercules.

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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: Legion of the Week - Legio I Germanica

    Cool! Maybe add just a bit of variety in the shields too?

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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: Legion of the Week - Legio I Germanica

    so i'm guessing you got AoR working like rome 2?

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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: Legion of the Week - Legio I Germanica

    should be easily transferable from rome 2 but with a few little changes.

    @paradamed you can see all but 11 of the final designs in the R2 mod

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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: Legion of the Week - Legio I Germanica

    Nice especially Augustan, but do you have a source for the shield pattern?

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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: Legion of the Week - Legio I Germanica

    I do - while the 1st Germanica doesn't have a design that is used by actors today, almost all other designs do

    here's the sources

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    also to add on,UMCenturion mixed the eras, while they are "caesarian", they are also Marian era - then you got Augustan era and then Imperial era

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    Very good job there guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipwnu678 View Post
    I do - while the 1st Germanica doesn't have a design that is used by actors today, almost all other designs do

    here's the sources

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    also to add on,UMCenturion mixed the eras, while they are "caesarian", they are also Marian era - then you got Augustan era and then Imperial era

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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: Legion of the Week - Legio I Germanica

    Quote Originally Posted by the lightning legion View Post
    so i'm guessing you got AoR working like rome 2?
    We have not inserted AOR yet, but looking at the db it should not be a problem and very similar to Rome 2.

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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: - Legion of the Week Unit Preview - Legio I Germanica

    Excellent preview!










































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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: - Legion of the Week Unit Preview - Legio I Germanica

    I wont be going in any particular order for the next set, so if there are preferences of which legion everyone would like to see next feel free to share.

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    LEGION 12 FOR THE WIN

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    Quote Originally Posted by paradamed View Post
    Cool! Maybe add just a bit of variety in the shields too?
    But surely the roman reforms pushed for standardisation and equipment provided by the state, variety would be greatly reduced that in the armies containing Hastati, Priciples and Triarii

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    Quote Originally Posted by the lightning legion View Post
    LEGION 12 FOR THE WIN
    Ah yes, I don't want to sound vain, but they look beautiful!

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    LEGION 12 FOR THE WIN
    THIRTEEN



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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: - Legion of the Week Unit Preview - Legio I Germanica

    Put it up to a vote?

    Legio XII Fulminata - Twelfth Thunderbolt Legion: 2

    Legio XIII Gemina - Thirteenth Twinned Legion: 4
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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: - Legion of the Week Unit Preview - Legio I Germanica

    Okay with the two nominations:

    Legio XII - Fulminata "Thunderbolt Twelfth Legion"
    Legio XIII Gemina - "The Thirteenth Twin Legion"

    I am unable to create a poll in an existing thread, so for the next 48 hours, simply state your choice by putting in the Roman numerals.
    Good luck!

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    12!!

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    Default Re: [PREVIEW] Ancient Empires Presents: - Legion of the Week Unit Preview - Legio I Germanica

    13.

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    12 naturally

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