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Roman Legion - Legio I Macriana Liberatrix

Багерман А.Я.

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The Legio I Macriana Liberatrix (First Legion Liberator of Macrae) was a Roman legion formed by Lucius Clodius Macrae in North Africa in 68 AD to rebel against the Emperor Nero.

Title: Legio I Macriana Liberatrix (First Legion Liberator of Macra)

Dates of existence: A.D. 68-69

Logo: unknown

Battle Path

Coin in honor of the Legion with a portrait of Lucius Clodius Macer. Minted date 68, London. The British Museum

Related topics

List of Roman Legions, Legionnaire, Legion, The Roman Empire, Legio I Adiutrix, Legio I Italica, Legio I Germanica, Legio I Minervia, Legio I Parthica


1. A. Chaouza, "Legion I Macriana", in: Yann Le Bohec, Les legions de Rome sous le Haut-Empire (2000, Lyon) 369-371.

2. R. Kanya "Legion". Brief description of the history of various Roman legions.