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Publisher Description

The Roman statesman Sulla had the nickname “Felix,” meaning “lucky.” Yet his accomplishments were more a matter of brute force than good fortune. He put an end to a civil war, declared himself dictator, and used his power to bring Rome back to its former value system, purging thousands of Roman enemies along the way. Plutarch’s biography of Sulla shows how one man’s use of force to obtain political power influenced many who came after him, most notably Julius Caesar.  

GENRE
History
NARRATOR
AG
Andrea Giordani
LENGTH
00:00
hr min
RELEASED
2018
April 26
PUBLISHER
Audio Sommelier
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
386.9
KB