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Appian, The Civil Wars (ed. Horace White), THE CIVIL WARS, INTRODUCTION (search)
exclusively in their hands. Whence arose still greater bitterness, and the magistrates were arrayed in stronger animosity to each other after this event, and the Senate and plebeians took sides with them, each believing that it would prevail over the other by augmenting the power of its own magistrates. In the midst of contests of this kind Marcius Coriolanus, having been banished contrary Y.R. 262 to justice, took refuge with the Volsci and levied war B.C. 492 against his country. This is the only case of armed strife that can be found in the ancient seditions, and this was caused by an exile. The sword was never carried into the assembly, Y.R. 621 and there was no civil butchery until Tiberius Gracchus, B.C. 133 while serving as tribune and bringing forward new laws, was the first to fall a victim to internal commotion; and many others besides, who were assembled with him at the Capitol, were slain around