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Headword: *)anh\r a)ndro\s diafe/rei
Adler number: alpha,2424
Translated headword: one man differs from another.
Vetting Status: high
"For though the army of Lucullus was always seditious, Pompey, after taking this over, held them without their being seditious in any way."
Greek Original:
*)anh\r a)ndro\s diafe/rei: to\ ga\r *loukou/llou stra/teuma stasia/zon a)ei\, tou=to paralabw\n o( *pomph/i+os ou)d' o(pwstiou=n stasia/zontas e)/sxen.
As Adler notes, this is Cassius Dio 36.16.3, albeit here rearranged (with the proverb first) and reworded. (See again, from "For..." onwards, at omicron 485.)
Cn. Pompeius Magnus took over the command of the Mithridatic War from L. Licinius Lucullus in 67 BCE on the basis of the legislation proposed by Cicero in the De lege manilia, his maiden voyage as an orator ad populum.
Cambridge Ancient History, 2nd ed., 9.339
Keywords: biography; daily life; ethics; historiography; history; military affairs; proverbs
Translated by: Oliver Phillips ✝ on 27 April 2001@19:35:13.
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