Definition of Marius, Gaius in English:

Marius, Gaius

Line breaks: Gaius Mar¦ius
Pronunciation: /ˈmarɪəs
 
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  • (Circa 157–86 bc), Roman general and politician. Elected consul in 107 bc, he defeated Jugurtha and invading Germanic tribes. After a power struggle with Sulla he was expelled from Italy, but returned to take Rome by force in 87 bc.

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