Cohortes

Some articles on cohortes:

Auxiliaries (Roman Military) - Unit Types and Structure - Regular Unit Types - Cohortes Equitatae
... These were cohortes with a cavalry contingent attached ... Only about 40% of attested cohortes are specifically attested as equitatae in inscriptions, which is probably the original Augustan proportion ... This implies that by that time, at least 70% of cohortes were probably equitatae ...
Auxiliaries (Roman Military) - Unit Types and Structure - Regular Unit Types - Cohortes
... It is a common misconception that auxiliary cohortes contained light infantry ... was a tradition inherited from the Republic, when the precursors of auxiliary cohortes, the Latin alae, occupied the same position in the line ...
Cohortes
... Cohortes urbanae, the riot police of Ancient Rome, also pressed into use as a military unit Cohortes vigilum, the firefighters and police of Ancient Rome ...
Auxilia - Historical Development - 4th Century
... the traditional Principate formations of legiones, alae and cohortes appear to have been broken up into smaller units, many of which bore a variety of new names ... The Notitia Dignitatum lists about 70 alae and cohortes that retained their 2nd century names, mostly limitanei ... were probably formed from old-style auxiliary cohortes, which they appear to closely resemble ...
List Of Roman Auxiliary Regiments - TABLE I: Regiments Attested in The Reign of Hadrian
... ^Britannia Table I(a) BRITANNIA ALAE XXX COHORTES COHORTES COHORTES Agrippina Miniata I Hispanorum Asturum II Asturum Augusta Gallorum Petriana c.R ... sagitt ^Germania Inf Table I(b) GERMANIA INFERIOR ALAE XXX COHORTES COHORTES Afrorum veterana Longiniana Gallorum Gallorum et Thracum classiana Moesica felix I Noricorum c.R ... ^Germania Sup Table I(c) GERMANIA SUPERIOR ALAE XXX COHORTES COHORTES Gallorum Indiana I Scubulorum I Aquitanorum veterana III Aquitanorum eq c.R ...