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Capite Censi

This is a measure that created the armies of the last century of the republic, where the armies were dependent on their generals for rewards when their service was complete.


This is an elaborate procession that is formal in nature and used to welcome a man who has accomplished some great deed through a parade, feasts, and entertainment.


This is the village where Marius grew up, located near Arpinum.


This is where the Romans, led by Marius, won a thorough victory over the Cimbri, prompting the mass suicide of thousands, but ending with the capture of some sixty thousand people.

Tarpeian Rock

This is a place near Rome where people were put to death by being thrown from a high place.


This is the area where Pompey lives, and where he raises an army and offers his cooperation to Sulla.



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