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Spartacus (see below), which had broken out in 73, had assumed such alarming
proportions that a special proconsular command was entrusted to Crassus, who
had probably held a praetorship in 73. Thus a proconsul was in command of an ...
While he took over Spain, Gaul and Syria, three proconsuls with armies under
their command still governed Illyricum, Macedonia and Africa; but he had under
the settlement eliminated proconsuls from three large areas which he would ...
J. Reynolds (JRS, i960, 207) points out that if the actual case at Cyme did not
arise until after 23 (the date is not given), then 'the proconsul's attitude to
Augustus would be more conventionally explicable'. Cf. SEG, XVIII, n. 555 and
J. A. Crook, ...
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
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