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[6] Fimbria was chiefly responsible for this, who, after killing Flaccus, the consul of the opposite faction,1 and overpowering the generals of Mithridates, was marching against the king himself. For this terrified Mithridates, and he chose rather to seek the friendship of Sulla.

1 See chapter xii. 8 and note.

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