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Soldiers: Roman General Sulla

Soldiers: Roman General Sulla

By Peter L. Boorn
When Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix was governor of  Cilicia in 95 bc, he received an embassy from the Parthians. “One of the ambassadors, a Chaldean soothsayer, studied Sulla long and intently and finally proclaimed, ‘This man must, of necessity, become the greatest in the world,’” wrote Greek   More »



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