See also Gruen, Last Generation of the Roman Republic; Ward, Crassus and the Late Roman Republic; Rawson, Crassorum Funera (in journal Latomus).
Pictured: Roman Soldier next to a Han noble, statue group in Liqian, China. Photo: Natalie Behring
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