The latest tweets from gaius marius (@thepriestsdog) i am marius, i belong to @joeinblack i have never been disciplined my entire life i pray, steal butter & cheer for the msu spartans & the detroit tigers the vatican. Gaius marius victorinus (also known as victorinus afer fl 4th century) was a roman grammarian, rhetorician and neoplatonic philosopher victorinus was african by birth and experienced the height of his career during the reign of constantius ii. When gaius marius was overthrown by the dictator sulla, the republic’s new ruler came after his vanquished foe’s family caesar lost his inheritance – he was often in debt throughout his life – and a promising priestly career, heading for the distant safety of overseas military service. Gaius marius (latin: c arivs )  (157 bc–january 13, 86 bc) was a roman general and politician elected consul an unprecedented seven times during his career he was also noted for his dramatic reforms of roman armies, authorizing recruitment of landless citizens and reorganizing the structure of the legions into separate cohorts.
This volume provides an account of the life and career of gaius marius, sets his achievements and failures within the wider context of the decline of the roman republic, and discusses his political legacy in the following decades 1 an introduction to marius why marius matters marius' background the context 2 marius' rise marius' early. The final years of his life witnessed his exile, his return to rome at the head of an armed force, and his comeback to power, shortly followed by his sudden deaththis volume provides an account of the life and career of gaius marius, sets his achievements and failures within the wider context of the decline of the roman republic, and discusses. The gates of rome is the first novel in the emperor series, written by author conn iggulden the series is historical fiction following the life of julius caesar the gates of rome. General gaius marius gaius marius lived 157 - 86 bc and was the uncle to gaius julius caesar marius was a new man in roman parlance, which meant that although he was from an equestrian family (roman upper classes) he had no ancestors of senatorial rank.
Gaius marius (/ ˈ ɡ eɪ ə s ˈ m ɛər i ə s, ˈ m ær-/ 157 bc – january 13, 86 bc) was a roman general and statesman he held the office of consul an unprecedented seven times during his career. Gaius marius was born in the city of arpinum in italy although his family was likely an important local family, he was not part of rome's elite he was a regular person (called a plebeian) and not a an aristocrat (called a patrician. Gaius marius (157-86 bc) has long been a controversial figure in roman history his spectacular life and career which included seven consulships has been subject to many different.
Gaius marius: gaius marius, roman general and politician, consul seven times (107, 104–100, 86 bce), who was the first roman to illustrate the political support that a successful general could derive from the votes of his old army veterans gaius marius was a strong and brave soldier and a skillful general. Gaius marius builder of an empire introduction gaius marius was possibly the most innovative and genius military leader the world has ever seen he turned a small country fighting for its survival into the strongest empire the world had seen in 157 bce, when gaius marius was born, rome was a republic gaining land and power. When gaius julius caesar was born, the leading man in rome was gaius marius, who had saved the roman republic several years before by defeating two germanic tribes, the teutones (102) and the cimbri (101. This volume provides an account of the life and career of gaius marius, sets his achievements and failures within the wider context of the decline of the roman republic, and discusses his political legacy in the following decades. Gaius marius was the son of a small plebeian farmer near arpinum contrary to popular belief, the marius clan was influential locally, and maintained some limited client relationships with those in rome.
The goal of this thesis is, as the title affirms, to understand the military reforms of gaius marius in their broader societal context in this thesis, after a brief introduction (chap. Gaius marius (c 157-86 bce) was an accomplished military commander and politician who was acclaimed for saving rome from the brink of collapse yet, unfortunately, his name has only survived in relative obscurity because his achievements were eclipsed by his ultimate fall. Seven times consul gaius marius deserves an issue of aw dedicated to his career as a military man and politician he saved rome from the cimbric invasion, concluded the war with jugurtha, and stood at the beginning of nearly a century of civil wars.
He had spent a considerable part of his life before he saw and tasted the pleasures of the city having passed previously in cirrhaeaton, a village of the territory of arpinum, a life, compared with city delicacies, rude and unrefined, yet temperate, and conformable to the ancient roman severity. Gaius marius the victor over jugurtha, fights a series of battles against the dreaded germanic speaking barbarians the cimbri and teutones these battles not only shape roman foreign policy but. Long before imposters claimed to be anastasia of russia’s romanov dynasty, a genealogical mystery consumed ancient rome no later than 45 bc, a man emerged who claimed to be the famous gaius marius’ veritable grandson. This book provides an account of the life and career of gaius marius (157-86 bc), a figure who had a major transformational impact on the politics of the late roman republic.
During the fights, gaius marius junior, now consul, was killed sulla reorganized the state, and partisans of marius fell into disfavor however, in 70, the consuls pompey and crassus revoked sulla's measures. “the aim is to be an accessible introduction to the essentials of the subject's life and later significance, and santangelo's marius certainly achieves this aim indeed it will be the starting point for any student or academic wanting something more in-depth than offered by standard text books and dictionary or encyclopedia entries. Life sulla was the son of a politically unimportant patrician family under the command of gaius marius, as a quaestor (financial magistrate) introduction & quick facts life legacy edit mode sulla roman dictator tips for editing leave edit mode submit tips for editing. This is a short story that gives some background into gaius marius' life and his initial work in the roman legion the story moves quickly and leaves the reader wanting more i recommend this and the man with two names if you have the slightest interest in ancient rome and the roman legions.