led the third slave revolt had an encampment at mount Vesuvius , told the slaves to return to their homelands of origin before rome could mount an attack on them. He led a siege north but then turned back south but never actually attacked rome. Driven back by crassus and killed at lucania
the felt cap that the slaves that were freed had to wear as a sign that they were once slaves
Antony, Lepidus and Octavian.
It was to last 5 years and was legally recognized.
Could make laws without the senate or people
Right to nominate magistrates
What was Caesar’s attitude towards the senate at the start of his consulship? What happened to change this? How did he circumvent the senate in his efforts to pass land reform? How did this episode increase his power and influence?
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