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In 86 Flaccus had been sent with a force to the East, nominally against
Mithridates, but neither Flaccus nor his legate Fimbria who soon murdered him
were able to persuade their troops to turn against Sulla. It soon became clear that
His excuse might be the Helvetian attack on his troops near Geneva or that on
the Aedui after they had crossed the Saone. However that may be, he followed
them up until he had to turn aside for supplies to the Aeduan capital of Bibracte ...
Together with their auxiliary troops they numbered some 40,000 men.
Unwillingness to leave the quarters they knew led to a temporary refusal to
embark, but at last they sailed in three divisions, and f1nally the main force
landed in the safe ...
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THE RISE AND FALL OF MARIUS
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