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  Jugurtha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jugurtha was also forced to come to Rome to testify against the Roman commander, where he was completely discredited once his violent and ruthless past became widely known.
Jugurtha was brought to Rome in chains and was placed in the Tullianum.
Jugurtha was executed by the Romans in 104 BC, after being paraded through the streets in Marius' Triumph.
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 JUGURTHA - LoveToKnow Article on JUGURTHA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jugurthas envoys appear to have found several of the Roman nobles and senators accessible to bribery.
Jugurtha was alarmed, but having at his command the accumulated treasures of Massinissa, he was successful in.
Jugurtha appeared under a safe conduct, but he had partisans, such as the tribune C. Baebius, who took care that his mouth should be closed.
6.1911encyclopedia.org /J/JU/JUGURTHA.htm   (589 words)

 JUGURTHA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sein Reich erbten seine Söhne Adherbal und Hiempsal sowie der Adoptivsohn Jugurtha.
Jugurtha, hatte als junger Krieger an der Eroberung Numantias in Iberien unter dem Adoptivsohn Scipios teilgenommen.
Jugurtha ignorierte diese "Einladung" und ließ stattdessen einen Belastungszeugen durch seine Anhänger ermorden.
www.toonorama.com /encyclopedia/J/Jugurtha   (545 words)

 Jugurthine War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Jugurthine War (112-105 BC) was a conflict between the Roman Republic and Jugurtha, a renegade king of the African client state of Numidia.
Jugurtha is brought to Rome by L.Cassius, but he is prevented from addressing the people by the tribune C.Baebius.
Jugurtha procures the murder of the pretender Massiva.
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 Jugurtha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
When Micipsa died in 118, the kingdom of Numidia was ruled by Micipsa's two sons Hiempsal (whom Jugurtha had assassinated) and Adherbal, and Jugurtha.
By 112 Jugurtha was no longer content with his half, so he went east to attack Adherbal.
At first Jugurtha fared well because of Roman incompetence, and drove the Romans out, but in 107, the new consul, Gaius Marius, appeared on the scene.
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 Jugurtha - Wikipedia
Doch Jugurtha hatte einen großen Teil der römischen Nobilität gekauft.
Daraufhin lud der Tribun Gaius Memmius Jugurtha nach Rom, wo ihm der Prozess gemacht werden sollte.
Sein Reich erbten Gauda, ein Halbbruder Jugurthas, und Bocchus von Mauretanien.
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Jugurtha was the grandson of King Masinissa, but after the death of King Micipsa in 118, Numidia was divided between the heirs.
Jugurtha used all his skill to get rid of his competitors, and he went so far that he was summoned to Rome to be explain his acts.
Jugurtha was led to Rome, put up on a display through the streets, where he was dressed up as a king.
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Jugurtha thought that the only way to escape the consequences of what he had done was to bribe the leaders of Rome with he new found riches corrupting them.
Jugurtha than asked the romans not to let anyone convince them that he was not the same loyally that had once before proved to be.
Jugurtha knowing that Albinus was gone attacked the camp with his troops in the night seizing the camp and holding the troops there in.
www.ga.k12.pa.us /academics/MS/8th/Rome/jugurtha.html   (2491 words)

Jugurtha was born as the son of Mastanabal, one of the three sons of king Massinissa, the man who had united Numidia, had allied it to Rome, had modernized the country, and was, in spite of his advanced age, still a proud warrior.
His father and his uncle Gulussa seem to have died not much later, because Jugurtha is reported to have grown up in the palace of his uncle Micipsa, who gave the young man a military training and treated him as one of his own sons.
In 108, negotiations were opened, but Jugurtha refused to surrender; Bomilcar tried to solve the impasse by an attempt to murder the king; the Romans marched further into Numidia, but were unable to control the countryside; and Jugurtha tried to find allies among the nomadic Gaetulians; Metellus sent diplomats to weaken this new coalition.
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 Jugurtha .com - Tunisie - Biographie de Jugurtha
Jugurtha était le petit-fils du grand Massinissa et naquit vers 154 avant J.C. Après la mort de son père, Mastanabal, il fut recueilli par son oncle aîné Micipsa qui avait succédé à Massinissa.
Jugurtha se révéla alors un soldat hors pair et s'attira l'admiration des Romains.
Jugurtha repoussa son attaque et mit ses fidèle en fuite.
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Jugurtha hatte als junger Krieger an der Numantias in Iberien unter dem Adoptivsohn Scipios teilgenommen.
Jugurtha war mit dem Erreichten aber noch Erst schickte er marodierende Einheiten in Adherbals dann griff er ganz offen an eroberte 112 v.
Jugurtha ignorierte diese und ließ stattdessen einen Belastungszeugen durch seine ermorden.
www.uni-protokolle.de /Lexikon/Jugurtha.html   (487 words)

 The Jugurthine War by Gaius Crispus Sallust Ch. 77-114
Jugurtha thought that they would either be rewarded by the capture of the town, or that, should the Romans advance to its relief, a battle would be fought.
Jugurtha had determined on this course in the hope that it might be possible to attack the enemy in detail, and that the Romans, like most other soldiers, when relieved of alarm, would grow careless and disorderly.
Bocchus rode off immediately, but Jugurtha, in his eagerness to uphold his men and to cling to the victory he had so nearly won, was hemmed in by the cavalry, and when all, both to his right and left, had been cut down, eluded the enemy's javelins and broke alone through their midst.
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 The Republic
Jugurtha arranged the assassination of Hiempsal, whilst Adherbal fled for his life and appealed to the senate.
Jugurtha appeared to bribe the commission's leader, Opimius, who returned to Rome a richer man, after awarding the greater and wealthier part of Numidia to Jugurtha.
Finally it was the diplomatic skill of the quaestor Lucius Cornelius Sulla that induced Bocchus to betray Jugurtha to the Romans and to a miserable death at Rome.
www.roman-empire.net /republic/laterepublic.html   (10729 words)

 Ammianus, Theodosius and Sallust's Jugurtha
The purpose of this paper is to examine Ammianus' treatment of the elder Theodosius and to suggest the existence of certain parallels between his account of Theodosius' suppression of the rising of the Moorish chieftain Firmus (29.5) and an earlier North African war, that waged by Q. Metellus and C.
Jugurtha's mother was a concubine (BJ 5.7); Nubel too left both legitimate sons and sons by concubines (2), though Ammianus fails to tell us to which category Firmus belonged.
Jugurtha's animus ferox is twice noted by Sallust (BJ 11.9, 54.5), while his energy (BJ 55.8) manifests itself in detail at BJ 66.1.
www.dur.ac.uk /Classics/histos/1997/seager.html   (4564 words)

 Biographies: Jugurtha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jugurtha was the illegitimate grandson of Masinissa, under whom Numidia had become a Roman ally.
Jugurtha became so popular among the Numidians that Micipsa, Masinissa's successor, tried to stop his influence by sending him to Spain in 134 BC to assist the Roman general Scipio Africanus the Younger in the siege of Numantia.
Jugurtha failed to realize that there were limits beyond which Rome's satellite rulers could not go without provoking intervention.
intranet.grundel.nl /thinkquest/bio_jugurtha.html   (319 words)

 BOCCHUS - LoveToKnow Article on BOCCHUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 108 he vacillated between Jugurtha and the Romans, and joined Jugurtha only on his promising him the third part of his kingdom.
Jugurtha fell into the trap and was given up to Sulla.
Bocchus concluded a treaty with the Romans, and a portion of Numidia was added to his kingdom.
50.1911encyclopedia.org /B/BO/BOCCHUS.htm   (335 words)

 Gaius Sallustius Crispus : Rome te koop!
Daarna, toen het stil was geworden, liet hij Jugurtha binnenbrengen en voerde het woord.
Jugurtha, Bestia en de rest op wie het onderzoek was gericht, vatten weer moed.
Jugurtha was duidelijk schuldig aan deze grote misdaad, maar hield niet op de waarheid tegen te werken voordat hij merkte dat de ontstane afkeer zijn invloed en geld te boven ging.
www.brakkehond.be /58/crisp1.html   (1425 words)

 Encyclopédie - Jugurtha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jugurtha, ou «Yugurthen» en berbère, est un roi de Numidie algérie actuelle né vers 160 av.
Jugurtha est le petit-fils du roi numide de Cirta actuelle Constantine ou se trouve son tombeau Massinissa.
Pour régner seul, Jugurtha élimine ses cousins Hiempsal et Adherbal (qui le haïssent et le méprisent pour son ascendance maternelle).
www.ebabylone.com /encyclopreg.php?title=Jugurtha   (299 words)

 Struggle Between Parties   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The war with Jugurtha, king of Numidia, brought a new democratic leader to the front in the person of Gaius Marius, and again showed the weakness and depravity of the senatorial rule.
In 110 B. C., Jugurtha was asked to come to the city and testify before the people upon the question of bribery of the commissions and generals.
Jugurtha improved his time in Rome by having a pretender to his throne put out of the way by murder Ñ yet he escaped scot-free from the city.
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 Africa and Rome
Micipsa realized that Jugurtha would become a dangerous rival to his own sons’ share of power, so he sent him to command Numidian troops fighting for Rome in 134 BC, hoping he would be killed.
Jugurtha ordered all the adult male inhabitants of the city killed, some of which were Roman settlers.
The heartland of Numidia was given to Jugurtha’s half brother, Gauda, and King Bocchus was rewarded with the western part of Numidia.
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 The Baldwin Project: The Story of the Romans by H. A. Guerber   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The first of these three kings, Jugurtha, was bold and cruel, and was noted for being one of the best riders in the whole country.
Jugurtha came, pretended to be very sorry for what he had done, put on mourning, and secretly gave so many presents that none of the senators would condemn him.
Soon after this, Jugurtha himself was made captive, and taken to Rome, where he was forced to march before the [155] victor's chariot in the triumph.
www.mainlesson.com /display.php?author=guerber&book=romans&story=jugurtha   (615 words)

 Roman civiliation, Roman history
Jugurtha was not satisfied with this inheritance and shortly thereafter one of Micipsa's sons was assassinated and the other, Adherbal, defeated in battle by Jugurtha's forces.
Jugurtha was given a safe-conduct to come to Rome to testify in the bribery inquiries and scandalized Rome, before he returned home, by taking the opportunity to have a nephew, who claimed the throne after Adherbal's death, assassinated.
Jugurtha bribed Roman allied troops (and perhaps some Roman troops) and captured the entire army.
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 Jugurtha - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Marius, Gaius : invasions and conquests: defeat of Jugurtha
Sulla, Lucius Cornelius : campaigns, operations, battles : defeat of Jugurtha of Numidia: Marius, Gaius
As a young man he served in Spain under the Roman general Scipio Africanus the Younger.
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 Ancient Rome From the Earliest Times Down to 476 A.D By Robert F. Pennel (1890)- Chapter 23 from Nalanda Digital ...
Jugurtha then repaired to the city in person, and bought up all the authorities except Memmius, whom he found incorruptible.
Jugurtha was defeated near the river Muthul, and made to retire into the desert, where his stronghold, Thala, was captured.
Jugurtha was thrown into a dungeon, and there starved to death.
www.nalanda.nitc.ac.in /resources/english/etext-project/history/ancrome/chapter23.html   (889 words)

 Jugurtha - Bedeutung, Definition, Erklärung im netlexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sein neu formiertes Heer ging erfolgreich gegen Jugurtha vor, konnte ihn mehrmals besiegen und in die Enge treiben.
Der Krieg mit Jugurtha von Sallust, Josef Lindauer (Broschiert) für EUR 14,90
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www.lexikon-definition.de /Jugurtha.html   (580 words)

 Outlines of Roman History, Chapter 20   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The war in Africa grew out of the attempt of Jugurtha to make himself king of Numidia, which kingdom we remember was an ally of Rome.
When Jugurtha appeared before the assembly, and was about to make his statement, one of the tribunes, who had also been bought by African gold, put a veto upon the proceedings; so that by the bribery of a tribune it became impossible to punish the bribery of a consul.
Jugurtha remained in Rome until he caused one of his rivals to be murdered, when he was banished from the city.
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 Jugurtha, King of Numidia, Thrown from His Roman Prison into the Tiber (Getty Museum)
Although the author Boccaccio seemed unsure of the ultimate fate of Jugurtha, son of a Numidian prince and a concubine, he stated that some historians believed he was killed at night and tossed from the Tarpeian Rock into the Tiber River tied to a stone.
Jugurtha was excluded from the line of succession by his grandfather's will, but his father raised him in the palace with his half-brothers the princes.
Having proved his valor in military exploits, he was accepted as a legitimate heir to the throne and inherited a third of the kingdom.
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