Sertorius

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Sertorius

(sɜːˈtɔːrɪəs)
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(Biography) Quintus (ˈkwɪntəs). ?123–72 bc, Roman soldier who fought with Marius in Gaul (102) and led an insurrection in Spain against Sulla until he was assassinated
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beaucoup moins que]Rome n'est plus dans Rome, elle est toute oE je suis, disait autrefois l'orateur de la Republique de Rome Quintus Sertorius en revenant d'une guerre, apres y avoir perdu un oeil.
ABSTRACT: Quintus Sertorius was a leading role during the time of the falling of Roman Republic, and his character is closely related to Spain, where he raised a personal domain with a lot of supporters in a big number of celtiberian tribes.
Aemilius Lepidus (78-77); having accomplished this, the second commission was to subdue Quintus Sertorius in Spain, which he accomplished only after Sertorius was murdered by his subordinate, Q.