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  1. popular aristocratic reformers trying to provide displaced impoverished farmers and peasants with land and programs to assist them
  2. defeated Marian forces in Africa and Spain—granted the title "Magnus" by the Senate; defeated the last of the rebels of Spartacus (although Crassus had done the majority of the work in defeating the rebels); 67 B.C. defeated the pirates terrorizing the seas of Mediterranean; defeated forces of Mithridates once and for all
  3. Marius' rival; gained control of Pontus and Black Sea, rid of Mithridates, victorious return to Rome, defeated Marius, granted title of "dictator" by Senate; died in 78 B.C. in Campania

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  1. Gaius Mariusyounger brother, tribune in 123 B.C., instituted a program to supply grain at subsidized prices to the poor; juries would be drawn from wealthy NON-SENATORS...committed suicide

          

  2. tribuneyounger brother, tribune in 123 B.C., instituted a program to supply grain at subsidized prices to the poor; juries would be drawn from wealthy NON-SENATORS...committed suicide

          

  3. ....Tiberiusconsul in 107—(a "novus homo"—political contender without influence of family birth)
    "Reign of Terror"—seized Rome and murdered or exiled enemies (87 B.C.)

          

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