Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus usually known in English as Pompey /ˈpɒmpiː/ or
Pompey the .... Marcus Scaurus was Sextus' half-brother on his mother side. He
was condemned to death, but l...
On this day in History, Pompey the Great assassinated on Sep 28, 48 B.C.. ... By
the time the epidemic ended, an estimated 30 million people were dead ...
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Jun 20, 2013 ... If Pompey wouldn't have lost his head, this all could've been avoided. What a way
The Flight and Death of Pompey from Julius Caesar by Jacob Abbott.
Jan 27, 2013 ... After the death of his first wife Aemilia, Pompey married Sulla's step daughter
Mucia Tertia, which like most marriages of the time, was probably ...
Place of Death: Egypt. Father: Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo. Occupation: Military
leader, Statesman. Pompey was one of the main Roman leaders during the ...
Mar 21, 2016 ... [48.2] Caesar arrived at Alexandria just after Pompey's death. When Theodotus
came to him with Pompey's head, Caesar refused to look at him ...
Jan 20, 2013 ... 4 1 As soon as Strabo was dead, Pompey, as his heir, was put on trial for theft of
public property. And although Pompey discovered that most of ...
Oct 6, 2013 ... kept himself informed of events in Rome by his paid agents as well as letters from
his son-in-law, Pompey Magnus, who now married for six ...
Despite his family's connections to Cinna (an ally of Sulla's enemy Marius),
Pompey raised an army and sided with Sulla, when the latter returned back from