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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En effet, en s'adressant a la radio a ses compatriotes restes en France, s'il cite Corneille, ce n'est pas pour approuver Sertorius, qui declare dans son exil espagnol, "Rome n'est plus dans Rome, elle est toute ou je suis" (V, 5, 148).
Sent off 23-10 favourite yesterday, he sprinted clear inside the final furlong to take the A$1 million (PS550,000) contest by three and threequarter lengths from 25-1 shot Opinion, with Sertorius third.
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.
2004b), "El campamento de Quintus Sertorius en el valle del rio Alhama (FiteroCintruenigo, Navarra)", Cahiers de Numismatique 41.
The first war took place in the aftermath of the bloody suppression of the Socii (91-88 BCE) and Mithradates profited from the civil war between Marius and Sulla, while his initial success during the third war has to be explained through the contemporary rebellions of Sertorius and Spartacus.
obscurity and glory in Sertorius and parallelism and the Humanists.
This woman, unique to the Lucan Gospel, exhibited the same tenacity that Plutarch described in his "Life of Sertorius.
He could count as his allies the rebel leaders of the Italian tribes: the gladiator-slave Spartacus; Sertorius, the rogue Roman senator heading the insurgency in Spain; Tigranes of Armenia, ruler of vast dominions from the Caspian to the Red Sea; powerful pirate admirals whose great fleets roamed the Mediterranean; exiled Roman commanders and rebel legionaires; and nomad chiefs of regions ranging from the Danube to Central Asia.
Esto indicium uel Lusitanus Viriatus, si fortuna cessisset, Hispaniae Romulus, ut idem scribit Florus, uel Sertorius.