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Chelsea Busler Chapter 7: The Domination of Sulla and Its Legacy Sulla’s Proscriptions (82-81) o Victory in Rome was not enough for Sulla o Proscriptions: death without trial o A proscribed persons property was confiscated and auctioned off by the state and his sons and grandsons were barred from seeking any public office o Proscriptions caused severe social and economic disruption Sulla the Dictator and His Program (82-81) o Sulla was given an additional name, Felix or “fortunate” o He was committed to restoring the state to the stable condition which, in his view, it had enjoyed under the guidance of the senate a half-century and mor ago o Made it more competition to hold public office Verdicts of Sulla’s Program o Resigned at the end of 81, was elected consul in 80, and died in early 78 o Later Julius Caesar would mock him for his restraint o Any hopes for the future could only be fulfilled by the enlarged senate Lepidus’ Rising and Its Aftermath (78-77) o Sulla never changed the election procedures so people who opposed them
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