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Gal·ba

 (găl′bə, gôl′-), Servius Sulpicius 3 bc-ad 69.
Emperor of Rome (68-69) who was assassinated after naming an unpopular successor.

Galba

(ˈɡælbə)
n
(Biography) Servius Sulpicius (ˈsɜːvɪəs sʌlˈpɪʃəs). ?3 bc–69 ad, Roman emperor (68–69) after the assassination of Nero

Gal•ba

(ˈgæl bə)

n.
Servius Sulpicius, 5? B.C. – A.D. 69, Roman emperor A.D. 68–69.
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One instance occurred in 150 BC when the governor of Spain, Servius Sulpicius Galba, under guise of friendship, ordered the Lusitanians of south-west Spain to lay down their arms.
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