Auxilia cohors in the IIII-th

     ”Records at the permanent camp of the legion in Moesia refers also the promotion of the veteran L. Campanius Verecundus to signifer and further to centurio of coh. I Cisipadensium (CIL V 8185). A cohors that still later belonged to the Moesian army (as is well known, promotions from old legionary soldiers to non-commissioned officers of the auxilia took place only within the same Provincial exercitus). In addition the Centurio Etuvius Capreolus from Vienna, who served 35 years with IIII Scythica (Dessau 9090) and rose from the ranks to Centurionate, and was conscripted at the latest, in the time of Tiberius.”
 
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..auxilia cohors I Cispadanensium (Cispadensium / Cisipadensium) Maximinianaa. In Moesia in the beginning of the first century A.D.with Legio IV Scythica. In Syria (from 56/57 A.D.). Attached to the Legio IV Scythica following in the campaignmn inParthian with Caesennius Corbulo and Peto (58-62).
List of Roman auxiliary regiments (wikipedia)


     Cisipadensium (Roman cit) Italia (Aemilia) Emilia-Romagna, It Latin

     Here is a monument from Philipopolis Plovdiv Bulgaria associated with IIII Scythian Legion:
Tombstone of:
C. IULIUS. GRATUS which is reads:
C IULIUS. GRATUS.
VET. COH V. PRAE.
VIXIT . ANN. XXXX
MILL. ANN. XX. DO
MO BERYTO
H. S. EST.
C IULIUS. GRATUS
VET. LEG. IIII. SCYT.
HERES. FACIEN
DUM ……..