Perpenna yielded, and led them to join the troops of Sertorius, to the number of fifty-three cohorts.
This was the first battle that was fought between Sertorius and Pompey.
Sertorius, whose story is told by Plutarch, affords another picturesque subject for Corneille in one of his most famous tragedies.
These coins were struck in Spain during the war of Sertorius.
He was succeeded in his power by Sertorius Macro, who had aided in his destruction.
He declared war, made an alliance with Sertorius, and marched into Bithynia.
Sertorius cordially returned the caresses of the animal, and even shed tears.
"They are not all cravens; to that I can bear witness," interrupted Sertorius.
What wise man's oration could ever have done so much with the people as Sertorius' invention of his white hind?
Sertorius was besieging this town, when Pompeius came with all his force to relieve it.