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https://doi.org/10.30853/manuscript.2019.11.14

THE CELTS AND ROME: FORMATION AND FUNCTIONING OF CAESARS FIRST CELTIC LEGIONS

Batuzov Aleksei Anatol'evich
Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University named after V. P. Astafyev


Submitted: 14.09.2019.
Abstract. The article summarizes the materials on the history of the Gaulish legions of the Roman army during Caesars reign and describes their role in Romanization of peregrini through their immediate inclusion into military structures and, consequently, into socio-political relations of the Roman Empire. The author examines historical events associated with the formation and functionning of Caesars first Celtic legions - Legio V Alaudae (skylarks) and Legio XXII Deiotariana . Formation of these military units laid the basis for Romanization of the Celtic population and predetermined the peculiarities of this process.
Key words and phrases: , , , , , , The Roman Empire, legions, the Celts, the Gauls, the Galatians, Gaius Julius Caesar.
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