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111 B.C. E. Badian, however, has successfully defended the identification of the
lex Acilia with the inscription (Amer.Journ. Philol. 1954, 374 ff.). - In the inscription
unfortunately the passage that should give the positive qualifications of the ...
For the trials of Caepio and Norbanus, and also for Marius' supporters in these
years, see E. Badian, Historia (VI); 1957, 318 ff. [p. 63] 3. MUC1US scaevola. E.
Badian (Athenaeum, 1956, 104 ff.) dates the pro- consulship of Scaevola in Asia
E. Badian (Foreign Clientelae, 230 ff.) believes that only after his citizen bill had
been thwarted did Sulpicius join forces with Marius and propose the transference
of the eastern command. Marius, who had the support of the equestrian order, ...
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