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ferre atque agere praedam
to carry off booty.
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praedatum ire
to go in search of plunder, booty.
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excursionem in hostium agros facere
to make an inroad into hostile territory.
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se (quietum) tenere castris
to remain inactive in camp.
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copias castris continere
to keep the troops in camp.
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tesseram dare (Liv. 28. 14)
to give the watchword, countersign.
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circumvenire vigilias (Sall. Iug. 45. 2)
to make the round of the sentries.
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stationes agere pro portis
to be on duty before the gates.
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custodias agere in vallo
to keep watch on the rampart.
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vigilias agere in castris (Verr. 4. 43)
to mount guard in the camp.
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cohors, quae in statione est
the cohort on guard-duty.
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castra nudare (B. G. 7. 70)
to leave the camp undefended.
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castra coniungere, iungere (B. C. 1. 63)
to make a camp in common.
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praesidio castris milites relinquere
to leave troops to guard the camp.
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castra praesidiis firmare
to strengthen the camp by outposts.
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vallum iacere, exstruere, facere
to raise a rampart, earthwork.
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fossam ducere
to make a ditch, a fosse.
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castra munire vallo (aggere)
to fortify the camp with a rampart.
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castra munire
to make a fortified, entrenched camp.
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milites in hibernis collocare, in hiberna deducere
to take the troops to their winter-quarters.
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castra metari (B. C. 3. 13)
to mark out a camp.
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idoneo, aequo, suo (opp. iniquo) loco
in a favourable position.
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castra ponere, locare
to encamp.
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castra hiberna, aestiva
winter-quarters, summer-quarters.
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castra stativa (Sall. Iug. 44)
a permanent camp.
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vigilias crebras ponere (Sall. Iug. 45. 2)
to place a close line of sentry-posts.
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praesidia, custodias disponere
to station posts, pickets, at intervals.
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praesidium collocare in urbe
to garrison a town.
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praesidiis firmare urbem
to garrison a town.
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considere sub monte (sub montis radicibus)
to occupy the foot of a hill.
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consistere in monte
to take up one's position on a mountain.
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tenere montem (B. G. 1. 22)
to hold a mountain.
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praeoccupare locum (Liv. 35. 27)
to occupy a place beforehand.
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occupare loca superiora
to occupy the high ground.
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capere, occupare locum
to occupy a position (with troops).
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gradum sistere
to halt.
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subsistere, consistere
to halt.
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opprimere hostes (imprudentes, incautos, inopinantes)
to surprise and defeat the enemy.
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novissimis praesidio esse
to protect the troops in the rear.
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novissimos carpere
to harass the rear.
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novissimos turbare
to throw the rearguard into confusion.
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novissimos premere
to press the rearguard.
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agmine duplici, triplici
in two, three columns.
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agmine quadrato incedere, ire
to march with closed ranks, in order of battle.
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ordines turbare, perrumpere
to break the ranks.
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raris ordinibus
in open order.
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confertis, solutis ordinibus
with close ranks; with ranks in disorder.
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ordines servare (B. G. 4. 26)
to keep the ranks.
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signa sequi (opp. a signis discedere, signa relinquere)
to follow the standards.
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exercitum admovere, adducere ad...
to advance on...
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