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  • Finally, in 134 B.C., Rome entrusted the war to Scipio Aemilianus, the man who had conquered Carthage in 146 B.C. Scipio first raised a new army and trained it hard.

    The Spartacus War

  • Finally, in 134 B.C., Rome entrusted the war to Scipio Aemilianus, the man who had conquered Carthage in 146 B.C. Scipio first raised a new army and trained it hard.

    The Spartacus War

  • Finally, in 134 B.C., Rome entrusted the war to Scipio Aemilianus, the man who had conquered Carthage in 146 B.C. Scipio first raised a new army and trained it hard.

    The Spartacus War

  • Finally, in 134 B.C., Rome entrusted the war to Scipio Aemilianus, the man who had conquered Carthage in 146 B.C. Scipio first raised a new army and trained it hard.

    The Spartacus War

  • Nay, it is not her son to whom she leaves her fortune; she leaves it rather to the greedy Aemilianus and the matchmaking

    The Defense

  • I would have entrusted him to your tender mercies, Aemilianus, and would be ready to hold him myself that you might question him.

    The Defense

  • For he sold Aemilianus his drunken fictions for 3,000 sesterces, as every one at Oea is aware.

    The Defense

  • The custom has long since become obsolete, but even if the practice were still common, it would not apply to Aemilianus.

    The Defense

  • There were many who welcomed this recommendation, but none more so than that fellow Aemilianus, who a little while back asserted with the most unhesitating mendacity that Pudentilla had never thought of marriage until

    The Defense

  • What is there left, Aemilianus, that in your opinion I have failed to refute?

    The Defense

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