If a Roman soldier was a biscuit, what type of biscuit would they be?

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1. Types of Roman Soldier

1.1. Accensus - a reservist or light legionary soldier.

1.2. Acceptarius - a discharged soldier.

1.3. Actarius - a military or camp clerk.

1.3.1. Petit Keks

1.4. Adiutor - a camp or headquarters adjutant or assistant.

1.5. Aenator - military musician such as a bugler

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1.6. Agrimensor land surveyor

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1.7. Aquilifer - carried the Roman Eagle

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1.8. Alaris - Cavalry

1.8.1. Wagon Wheels

1.9. Architecti - an engineer or artillery constructor.

1.10. Armicustos - a soldier tasked with the administration and supply of weapons and equipment. A quartermaster.

1.10.1. Battenburg

1.11. Ballistarius - an artillery operator

1.12. Beneficiarius - a soldier performing an extraordinary task such as military policing or a special assignment.

1.13. Bucinator - a trumpeteer or bugler

1.14. Capsarior - a medical orderly.

1.15. Causarius - a soldier discharged for wounds or other medical reasons.

1.15.1. A broken biscuit

1.16. Centurion - officer rank, generally one per century, in charge of century.

1.17. Clinicus - a medic.

1.17.1. Digestive

1.18. Cornicen - bugler

1.19. Doctor - a trainer, subdivisions for everything from weapons to hornblowing

1.20. Draconarius - Roman cavalry standard bearer

1.21. Decurion - leads a troop of cavalry (14-30 men). Often confused with decanus.

1.21.1. Packet of HobKnobs

1.22. Decanus - leads a contubernium (a legionary tent group of 8 men)

1.23. Dux - a general in charge of two or more legions

1.23.1. Rich Tea

1.24. Evocatus - soldiers in the Roman army, who had served out their time and obtained their discharge (missio), but had voluntarily enlisted again at the invitation of the consul or other commander

1.24.1. Past their sell by date

1.25. Hastatus - the youngest of the heavy infantry in the Pre-Marian armies, who were less well-equipped than the older Principes and Triarii. These formed the first line of battle in front of the Principes.

1.26. Hastatus Prior - a centurion commanding a manipulus of hastati. A high-ranking officer within a manipuli

1.27. Hastatus Posterior - a deputy to the hastatus prior

1.28. Hastiliarius - a weapons instructor.

1.29. Imaginifer - A standard-bearer carrying the imago - the standard which bore a likeness of the emperor, and, at later dates, his family.

1.29.1. Garibaldii

1.30. Immunes - those soldiers of the military of ancient Rome who were "immune" from combat duty and fatigues through having a more specialist role within the army

1.30.1. Cake

1.31. Legatus - general in the Roman army; literally the "deputy" of the emperor, who was the titular commander-in-chief

1.32. Legionary - the heavy infantry that was the basic military unit of the ancient Roman army in the period of the late Roman Republic and the Roman Empire

1.32.1. tack

1.33. Medicus - physician or combat medic. Specializations included surgery (medicus vulnerarius), ophthalmology (medicus ocularius) and even veterinary (medicus veterinarius). At least some held rank equivalent to a centurion.

1.34. Miles or Miles Gregarius - The basic private level foot soldier

1.35. Optio - One per century as second-in-command to the centurion. Could also fill several other specialized roles on an ad hoc basis.

1.35.1. Assortment packet

1.36. Pedites - the infantry of the early army of the Roman kingdom. The majority of the army in this period.

1.37. Peditatus - a term referring to any infantryman in the Roman Empire

1.38. Pilus Prior - The commander of the first century of each cohort.

1.39. Pilus Posterior - Deputy to the pilus prior

1.40. Praefectus Castrorum - camp prefect, third-in-command of the legion, also responsible for maintaining the camp, equipment and supplies. Usually a former primus pilus.

1.41. Praetorians - a special force of bodyguards used by Roman Emperors

1.42. Primus Pilus - (literally 'first file', not spear) the commanding centurion of the first cohort and the senior centurion of the entire Legion

1.43. Princeps - Pre-Marian soldier, initially equipped with the Hasta spear but later adopted the Gladius, these men formed the second line of battle behind the Hastati in the Pre-Marian armies. They were also chieftains in Briton like Dumnorix of the Regneses (he was killed by Gaius Salvius Liberalis' soldiers)

1.44. Princeps Posterior - a deputy to the princeps prior

1.45. Principales - a group of ranks, including aquilifer, signifer, optio and tesserarius. Similar to modern NCOs.

1.46. Protectores Augusti Nostri (aka Protectores Divini Lateris) honorific title for senior officers singled out for their loyalty to the Emperor and soldierly qualities. Constitute an Order of Honour rather than a military unit. First appears in mid-Third Century AD

1.46.1. Blue Riband

1.47. Quaestionarius - an interrogator or torturer.

1.47.1. Crunchie

1.48. Retentus - a soldier kept in service after serving required term

1.48.1. Past their sell by date

1.49. Rorarii - the final line, or reserve, in the ancient pre-Marius Roman army. These were removed even before the reforms as the Triarii provided a very sturdy anchor

1.50. Sagittarii - archers, including horse-riding auxiliary archers recruited mainly in the Eastern Empire and Africa

1.51. Salararius - a soldier enjoying special service conditions or hired as a mercenary.

1.51.1. Chocolate pennies

1.52. Scholae Palatinae - an elite troop of soldiers in the Roman army created by the Emperor Constantine the Great to provide personal protection of the Emperor and his immediate family

1.53. Scorpionarius - an artilleryman operating a scorpio artillery piece

1.54. Signifer - Standard bearer of the Roman Legion

1.55. Socii - Conscripts

1.55.1. Jammie Dodgers

1.56. Speculatores and Exploratores - the scouts and reconnaissance element of the Roman army

1.56.1. Parle Hide and Seek

1.57. Supernumerarii - a kind of supernumerary soldier who served to fill the places of those who were killed or disabled by their wounds

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1.58. Tablifer - A guard cavalry standard-bearer

1.59. Tesserarius - guard commander, one per century

1.60. Triarius - Triarii were spearmen of the Pre-Marian armies equipped with the Hasta and formed the third line of battle behind the Principes

1.61. Tribuni militum angusticlavii or military tribune

1.62. Tribunus militum laticlavius - military tribune of senatorial rank. Second in command of a legion. Appointments to this rank seem to have ceased during the sole reign of Gallienus as part of a policy of excluding senators from military commands.

1.63. Velites - a class of light infantry in the army of the Roman Republic

1.64. Venator - a hunter (a type of immunes)

1.65. Vexillarius - a standard-bearer (carried the Vexillum)

2. Types of Biscuit

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