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'''Sulla''' (138-78 BC) was a Roman General & dictator during the Republican period.  He won Rome's 1st civil war and his seizing of power as dictator is believed to have set a precedent that led to the seizing of power by [[Julius Caesar]] and the advent of the Emperors.  Reforms during his time gave the Senate more power.  He voluntarily gave up power and died of natural causes.
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'''Sulla''' (138-78 BC) was a Roman general and dictator during the Republican period.  He won Rome's first civil war and his seizing of power as dictator is believed to have set a precedent that led to the seizing of power by [[Julius Caesar]] and the advent of the Emperors.  Reforms during his time gave the Senate more power.  He voluntarily gave up power and died of natural causes.
  
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Latest revision as of 15:49, 7 December 2009

Sulla (138-78 BC) was a Roman general and dictator during the Republican period. He won Rome's first civil war and his seizing of power as dictator is believed to have set a precedent that led to the seizing of power by Julius Caesar and the advent of the Emperors. Reforms during his time gave the Senate more power. He voluntarily gave up power and died of natural causes.