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When the Senate, which Marius had perhaps failed to consult first, summoned
him to explain, he swept aside the opposition of the consuls, Cotta and Metellus
Delmaticus, and even threatened, it is said, to arrest them. On the other hand he ...
Labienus, who had won a victory near Lutctia (Paris) and then moved south, but
on the way, perhaps near Vix, he fell in with Ver- cingetorix whom he worsted and
forced into the hill-town of Alesia. Around this isolated hill Caesar built a double ...
Their lectio (perhaps in 29, before the census of 28) reduced the senators from
1000 to 800, and Octavian's name was placed at the head of the list as Princeps
Senatus. Further, by edict he proclaimed an amnesty and annulled any illegal
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
The Senatorial Government
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