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[4] Accordingly, Caesar gave up his triumph, entered the city, and at once attached himself to Pompey and sought the consulship.1 After he had been elected consul, he gave his daughter Julia in marriage to Pompey, and now that the two were united with one another against the state, the one would bring in laws offering allotment and distribution of land to the poor, and the other would be at hand with support for the laws.

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