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0009 CE, ROMAN OFFICER and FIRST CENTURION of the XVIII LEGION: MARCUS CAELIUS, age 52 1/2, born in the Lemonian District of Bologna, Italy June 43 BC. He would have known Julius Caesar.

Centoph found near the Rhine River in Xanten, Germany, 78 miles WSW of Teutoburg Forest battle site. Erected by his brother PUBLIUS CAELIUS. both were Sons of Titus and from Rome's ruling class.

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File nameRoman officer who fell in Teutoburg Frest 9 AD caelius_s.jpg
File Size7.07k
ID199
Dimensions150 x 185
Linked toKleineFortmann Katharina Maria (wife of Frans Ludewig Landwehr, (Mother of Clemens & Henry 1st & Anna Maria); Landwehr, a.k.a. KleineFortmann Franz Ludewig (Father of Clemens (1) & J. Heinrich), a.k.a. Henry 1st

09 CE, 9 to 12 September Teutoburg Forest...22NM SW of Lohne, Teutoburg Forest, Germania

Notes: 9 CE.....The Teutoburg Forest in which 18,000 Romans and Cheruscians Germans died September 9-12.

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10009  CE, ROMAN OFFICER and FIRST CENTURION of the XVIII LEGION: MARCUS CAELIUS, age 52 1/2, born in the Lemonian District of Bologna, Italy June 43 BC. He would have known Julius Caesar. 0009 CE, ROMAN OFFICER and FIRST CENTURION of the XVIII LEGION: MARCUS CAELIUS, age 52 1/2, born in the Lemonian District of Bologna, Italy June 43 BC. He would have known Julius Caesar.
Centoph found near the Rhine River in Xanten, Germany, 78 miles WSW of Teutoburg Forest battle site. Erected by his brother PUBLIUS CAELIUS. both were Sons of Titus and from Rome's ruling class.  
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