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Marcus Licinius Crassus One of Sulla's commanders Became known in antiquity as the richest man in Rome. Argued that one could not be considered wealthy unless one could maintain an army at personal expense. Had many slaves Amassed a large amount of property. Member of the first Triumverate.
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Pompey the Great Member of the First Triumverate Considered by many to be the greatest general of his age (ca. 1st century BCE). Victory over Mediterranean Pirates Triumph over Mithradates in 61 BCE
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A Glorious Record Account by Pliny (1st century author and military commander). "Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, commander-in-chief, having completed a thirty years' war, routed, scattered, slain, or received the surrender of 12,183,000 people sank or taken 846 ships, received the capitulation of 1,538 towns and forts subdued . . . lands . . . to the Red Sea, duly dedicates his offering vowed to Minerva." "After having rescued the seacoast from pirates and
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2010 for the course CLAS 340b taught by Professor Sorin during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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