Crassus

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Crassus (cognomen)
... Crassus was a cognomen of the gens Licinia ... who carried the name include Marcus Licinius Crassus, triumvir Publius Licinius Crassus Dives For prosopographical lists of others with the name Crassus, see ...
Megabocchus
53 BC) was a friend and contemporary of Publius Crassus, son of the triumvir Marcus Crassus ... office who was a close associate of the elder Crassus ... Megabocchus is among those who ride with young Crassus on a last desperate cavalry foray ...
Lamprey - In Literature
... Seneca, On Anger, III, 40 Lucius Licinius Crassus was mocked by Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus for weeping over the death of his pet lamprey So, when Domitius said to Crassus the ... mind I compare myself from time to time with the orator Crassus, of whom it is reported that he grew so excessively enamoured of a tame lamprey – a dumb, apathetic, red-eyed fish in his ornamental ...
List Of Wealthiest Historical Figures - Antique Historical Figures and Legendary Wealth - Marcus Licinius Crassus
... One of the leading politicians of Rome in his day, Marcus Licinius Crassus, along with Gaius Julius Caesar and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, comprised the First Triumvirate ... Crassus, born into a wealthy political family, inherited a fortune of 7 million sesterces after the death of his father in 87 BC ... Political rivalries eventually led to the state seizing Crassus's wealth ...
Spartacus - Third Servile War
... rebellion, the Senate charged Marcus Licinius Crassus, the wealthiest man in Rome and the only volunteer for the position, with ending the rebellion ... Crassus was put in charge of eight legions, approximately 40,000–50,000 trained Roman soldiers, which he treated with harsh, even brutal, discipline, reviving the punishment of unit decimation ... reasons had retreated to the south of Italy, moved northward again in early 71 BCE, Crassus deployed six of his legions on the borders of the region and detached his legate Mummius with ...