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Crassus then put up a tribune to propose the annexation of Egypt, and he
perhaps hoped to get Caesar sent out to organize at least the financial side. It is
not necessary to assume that Crassus was trying to seize Egypt as a military
A History of Rome from 133 B.C. to A.D. 68 Howard Hayes Scullard. action, with
the secondary plan of trying to break through to Egypt if this failed. Others believe
that he was merely trying to escape from the blockade.24 However that may be, ...
Octavian demurred: Crassus was granted his triumph, but not the spolia opima,
nor even the title of imperator which other proconsuls had received since Actium.
Again C. Cornelius Gallus, the ambitious prefect of Egypt, lost Octavian's favour; ...
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
The Senatorial Government
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