Originally Posted by brewer12345
I did, but was a regrettably poor scholar. I need a translation. Basically, I need what the centurion would have shouted to the legion to advance. "Legion advance" or "Legion, charge!"
Brewer - IIRC legate ("legatus legionis") was the guy in charge of the legion, not a centurion.
Legion in Latin is "legio".
But centurion could yell legionaries ("legionari").
And you can certainly borrow the verb coniugation from Monthy Python (Life of Brian) here.
So he could shout: "Legionari, ite!"
who did not had Latin in school, so it just pure speculation.