Marius faces Jugurtha, the Cimbri, and opponents at home. He understood the power of morale, religion, and timing. At war, he exemplified that quintessential Roman quality, virtus. But, was Marius ultimately a good man, by our standards?
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The power of narrative
How to commandeer a war from a decorated general
Marius the Military Reformer and Strategist
The battles of Arausio, Aquae Sextiae, Vercellae
Third Founder of Rome
How to engineer the downfall of a rival
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- The power of narrative
- How to commandeer a war from a decorated general
- Marius the Military Reformer and Strategist
- The battles of Arausio, Aquae Sextiae, Vercellae
- Third Founder of Rome
- How to engineer the downfall of a rival
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