Praetorian Guard

The Praetorian Guard was the Roman Emperor's personal troops. The "household troops" stationed in Italy was a corps of select soldiers in the military which had been created by Augustus, and which was designed as a body guard to the Emperor.

The Praetorian Guard numbered about 10,000 men, and was given a permanent camp near one of the city gates. It soon became a formidable power in the state and made and unmade emperors at will.
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