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And thus spake one, to justify his fears: ' No other deeds the fates laid up in store ' When Marius,When dragged from his hiding place in the marsh, Marius was sent by the magistrates of Minturnae to the house of a woman named Fannia, and there locked up in a dark apartment. It does not appear that he was there long. A Gallic soldier was sent to kill him; 'and the eyes of Marius appeared to him to dart a strong flame, and a loud voice issued from the gloom, "Man, do you dare to kill Caius Marius?"' He rushed out exclaiming, 'I cannot kill Caius Marius.' (Plutarch, ' Marius,' 38.) victor over Teuton hosts, ' Afric's high conqueror, cast out from Rome, 'Lay hid in marshy ooze, at thy behest, ' O Fortune! by the yielding soil concealed ' And waving rushes; but ere long the chains ' Of prison wore his weak and aged frame, ' And lengthened squalor: thus he paid for crime ' His punishment beforehand; doomed to die ' Consul in triumph over wasted Rome. 'Death oft refused him; and the ver