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- king of Numidia, 118-106 B.C.
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The rigorous early life and training of Jugurtha.
Jugurtha joins the Roman army.
Scipio praises Jugurtha.
Micipsa adopts Jugurtha.
who is succeeded by his three sons, Adherbal Hiempsal and Jugurtha.
Hiempsal is murdered by the soldiers of Jugurtha.
Jugurtha defeats Adherbal.
about Jugurtha's aggression; Jugurtha's envoys allegedly bribe senato
omplains to the senate about Jugurtha's aggression; Jugurtha's envoys
Jugurtha captures Adherbal's camp, and the Romans send an embassy to
Jugurtha besieges Cirta, and Adherbal sends a letter to the Roman sen
Jugurtha captures Cirta, and kills Adherbal.
The Romans declare war on Jugurtha.
Bestia rejects an embassy from Jugurtha and crosses over to Numidia.
estia agrees to a truce with Jugurtha, allegedly after he and Scaurus
rsuades the people to summon Jugurtha to give evidence about bribery.
Jugurtha is brought to Rome by L.Cassius, but he is prevented from
Jugurtha procures the murder of the pretender Massiva.
The senate orders Jugurtha to leave Rome, and the war is resumed.
Jugurtha uses delaying tactics against Albinus.
Jugurtha defeats A.Albinus and forces him to agree to a humiliating
nate rejects the treaty with Jugurtha, and Sp.Albinus returns to Afri
orruption in the war against Jugurtha; Bestia, Galba, and others are
Metellus defeats Jugurtha near the river Muthul.
Jugurtha enters into negotiations about surrender, but then decides
Jugurtha discovers that Bomilcar is plotting against him.
Metellus defeats Jugurtha in another battle.
Bocchus enters into alliance with Jugurtha.
General remarks on Metellus' successes in the war against Jugurtha.
Marius defeats the joint forces of Jugurtha and Bocchus.
Marius defeats Jugurtha and Bocchus in a second battle near Cirta,
Bocchus seizes Jugurtha and hands him over to Sulla and the Romans.
General comments on the war against Jugurtha.
The triumph of Marius, after which Jugurtha is put to death.
cchus, king of Mauretania, and over Sulla's seal depicting Jugurtha.
SALLUSTIUS, Jugurtha - Bellum Jugurthinum
his expedition against Jugurtha, having beheld the Gorgo
conspiracy to support Jugurtha, though he exerted all
[he triumphed over king Jugurtha]; as censor, he did
was sent to wage war against Jugurtha, king of Numi
one against another, and Jugurtha routed the Numidians in
brother.  & Jugurtha, the king of the Numidians,
rius was anxious to take Jugurtha the king as prisoner,
tremely good reputation, Jugurtha hired some murderers and
tle defeated Bocchus and Jugurtha, the African kings, and
army to Numidia against Jugurtha, he had with him amongst
ught to a successful close and Jugurtha was captured. Afte
over the Numidians and] king Jugurtha, [ ... ] 106 & [M.
war was declared against Jugurtha because of the murder
168.1 .  Jugurtha, who was fighting against the
greater victims. The war against Jugurtha began.
crying out. The fighting against Jugurtha went well.
3 When Jugurtha, the adopted son of the
Marius celebrated his triumph over Jugurtha, and it is recorded that
Marius in the war with Jugurtha, and, according to many authorities,
representing the surrender of Jugurtha. We learn from our
there was in the war against Jugurtha. It is well known
consul in the war with Jugurtha he took the command of
who having triumphed over Jugurtha, the Cimbri, and the
subdued Africa and led king Jugurtha before his chariot in triumph
bind the hands of Jugurtha, quell Mithridates, withstand the
consul proclaimed war against Jugurtha, whose holy hands received
himself the glory of bringing Jugurtha from king Bocchus to Marius,
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