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Thus the seditions proceeded from strife and contention to murder, and from murder to open war … Henceforth there was no restraint upon violence either from the sense of shame, or regard for laws, institutions, or country.
—  The Civil Wars by Appian
Freedom, democracy, laws, reputation, official position, were no longer of any use to anybody, since even the office of tribune, which had been devised for the restraint of wrong-doers … was guilty of such outrages and suffered such indignities.
—  The Civil Wars by Appian

The opposing general, Q. Popaedius, fled as a pretended deserter to this Caepio. He brought with him and gave as a pledge two slave babies, clad with the purple-bordered garments of free-born children, pretending that they were his own sons. As further confirmation of his good faith he brought masses of lead plated with gold and silver. He urged Caepio to follow him in all haste with his army and capture the hostile army while destitute of a leader, and Caepio was deceived and followed him. When they had arrived at a place where the ambush had been laid, Popaedius ran up to the top of a hill as though he were searching for the enemy, and gave his own men a signal. The latter sprang out of their concealment and cut Caepio and most of his force in pieces. (App. BC 1.44)

Rhascupolis and Rhascus were brothers of the royal family of Thrace, ruling one country. They differed in opinion at that time in regard to the proper alliance. Rhascus had taken up arms for Antony and Rhascupolis for Cassius, each having 3000 horse. … [After the second battle of Philippi Rhascus] asked and received as his reward the pardon of his brother, Rhascupolis, from which it was made plain that from the beginning these Thracians had not been at variance with each other, but that seeing two great and hostile armies coming into conflict near their territory, they divided the chances of fortune in such a way that the victor might save the vanquished.
—  App. BC 4.87, 136

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When Sulla Comes Marching into Rome

To be sung to the tune of `When Johnny Comes Marching Home’ or `Johnny We Hardly knew Ye’ (or, in a slight variation, `The Ants Go Marching’)

When Sulla comes marching into Rome–hurrah! hurrah!
When Sulla comes marching into Rome–hurrah! hurrah!
You’d best not call out to the slaves for help
    ‘Cause they’ll not bother to listen to you
When Cornelius Sulla comes marching into Rome.

When Sulla comes marching into Rome–hurrah! hurrah!
When Sulla comes marching into Rome–hurrah! hurrah!
If you’ve ever been for the Marians
    Don’t back your bags, but just get out of town
When Cornelius Sulla comes marching into Rome.

When Sulla comes marching into Rome–hurrah! hurrah!
When Sulla comes marching into Rome–hurrah! hurrah!
You know he’s gonna dictate us for years,
    Or else he won’t?–thanks a lot, Appian*–
When Cornelius Sulla comes marching into Rome.

*Appian is the most explicit of surviving historians on the subject of when Sulla resigned his dictatorship. He is also probably the most wrong.

Towards evening Caesar himself rose from a banquet on a plea of indisposition, leaving his friends who were still feasting. He mounted his chariot and drove towards Ariminum, his cavalry following at a short distance.

When his course brought him to the river Rubicon, which forms the boundary line of Italy, he stopped and, while gazing at the stream, revolved in his mind the evils that would result, should he cross the river in arms. Recovering himself, he said to those who were present, “My friends, to leave this stream uncrossed will beed manifold distress for me; to cross it, for all mankind.”

Thereupon, he crossed with a rush like one inspired, uttering the familiar phrase, “The die is cast: so let it be!”

—  Appian, The Civil Wars, 2.35.