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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
Political and military events witnessed by the first consulate (88 BC)
Raed Mohammed Ali Mustafa, Assist. Prof. Dr. Maitham Abd Al-Kadhim Al-Noori
Pages: 2034-2039
This research draws attention to the most prominent political and military events that Rome witnessed during the first consulate of Sulla in (88 BC). This period of the history of the Roman Republic witnessed political conflicts between military leaders, the most serious of which was the one that erupted between Marius and Sulla after the latter assumed the position and assignment of the consul. With the mission of war in the east against King Mithridates VI, which aroused the envy and hatred of Marius, he sought by various means to achieve his dream of leading this war, which caused a civil war in which the lives of many men and political leaders were lost, and Rome witnessed for the first time in the history of the Roman armies crossing its sacred enclosure.
Consulate, events, political, conflict, Sulla