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Crassus. How The Wealthiest Man In Rome Changed History. General Information. Born: 115 BC Died: 53 BC Aged: 62 years Served as: Governor of Roman Syria and Counsel of the Roman Republic,. The First Triumvirate. The first political alliance that included Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey

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Crassus

Crassus

How The Wealthiest Man In Rome Changed History


General information

General Information

  • Born: 115 BC

  • Died: 53 BC

  • Aged: 62 years

  • Served as: Governor of Roman Syriaand Counsel of the Roman Republic,


The first triumvirate

The First Triumvirate

  • The first political alliance that included Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey

  • Attempted to dominate Rome

  • Crassus and Pompey did not get along

  • After Crassus died the group broke up and led to a civil war between Caesar and Pompey


Other cool stuff

Other Cool Stuff

  • Put a stop to the gladiator revolt led by Spartacus

  • Killed in Parthian battle along with most of his army

  • Is believed that his head was cut off and gold was poured down his throat


Picture sources

Picture Sources

  • Slide 1: http://wilsonancientrome.wikispaces.com/Marcus+Crassus, http://europeanhistory.boisestate.edu/westciv/romanrev/17.shtml, http://www.myartprints.com/a/roman-1/bust-of-marcus-licinius-c.html

  • Slide 2: http://viamus.uni-goettingen.de/pages/imageView/big?Object.Id:record:int=3642, http://ancientworlds.net/aw/Post/1229274&authorid=36323?pageData=Post/1229274&authorid=36323

  • Slide 3: http://www.desitin.dk/?id=1013&MP=932-1463, http://europeanhistory.boisestate.edu/westciv/romanrev/18.shtml

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  • Slide 5: http://soentertain.me/2013/04/spartacus-a-few-final-thoughts/andy-whitfield-as-spartacus-2/, http://listfave.com/top-10-worst-leaders-in-military-history/


Info sources

Info Sources

  • "Crassus." Crassus. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Apr. 2013.

  • "Crassus." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 24 Apr. 2013. Web. 28 Apr. 2013.

  • Eckstein, Arthur M. "Crassus, Marcus Licinius." World Book Advanced. N.p., n.d. Web.

  • Morey, William C. Outlines of Roman History: For the Use of High Schools and Academies. New York: American Book, 1901. Print.

  • Rodgers, Nigel, and Hazel Dodge. Life in Ancient Rome: Art and Literature, Religion and Mytholgoy, Sport and Games, Science and Technology : The Fascinating Social History of Emperors, Senators, Citizens, Slaves and the People of Rome : How the Romans Lived Their Daily Lives, at Work and at Home, Lavishly Illustrated with More than 250 Superb Paintings, Drawings, Photographs, Maps and Plans. London: Southwater, 2009. Print.


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