a kind of fortification, consisting of a
great number of waggons placed round an army. It was employed by barbarous
nations, as, for instance, the Scythians (Trebell. Poll. Gallien.
13), Gauls [CARPENTUM
], and Goths (Amm. Marc.
). Compare Veget. 3.10.
Carrago also signifies sometimes the baggage of an army. (Trebell. Poll.
8; Vopisc. Aurelian.