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Sulla, the last republican

  title={Sulla, the last republican},
  author={A. Keaveney},
1. The World of Sulla 2. The Early Years: 138-105 BC 3. The Long Road: 104-189 BC 4. Triumph and Disaster: The Year 88 BC 5. Rome's Proconsul: The War with Mithridates 6. Settling Scores: Asia and the Cinnans 7. Rome's First Civil War 8. Sulla Dictator: The Proscriptions 9. Sulla Dictator: The Law and the Land 10. Sulla Dictator: The New Age 11. The Last Years: 79-78 BC 12. Qualis Fuit Sulla? Appendix: Asia in the time of Sulla - Some Problems 
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