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Appendix. Sulla In The Epigraphical Evidence

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This appendix section contains a list of the inscriptions in which the name of the general and former consul Lucius Cornelius Sulla, the winner of the Mithridatic War, is recorded. The titulature is mentioned for all the cases where it is attested. This book deals with Sulla and his contribution to the making of the Roman hegemony in the Mediterranean world. Research on Sulla and his age is by no means a new undertaking.

Keywords: Lucius Cornelius Sulla; Mithridatic War



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