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Chronological table: the parallel lives of Pompey and Cicero

Year Pompey Cicero
106 Born (29 September ) Born (3 January)
90-88   Military Service, including with Pompey’s father Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo (one of the consuls of 89)
89-87 Military Service under his father Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo, who dies in 87.  
83-81 Various campaigns: in support of Sulla (in Italy, Sicily, Africa)  
81 First triumph First surviving public speech (pro

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79-77   Rhetorical      and      philosophical studies in Rhodes and Athens
76-71 Campaign in Spain against Sertorius as holder of a procon- sular imperium (granted by a reluctant senate); contribution to the suppression of the slave revolt upon his return; second triumph for his victories in Spain Active in the law courts
75   Quaestor in Sicily
70 Consul for the first time (with

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Prosecution of Verres
69   Aedile
67 Campaign against   the pirates as holder of an extraordinary command sanctioned by the lex Gabinia  

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66   Praetor; speech in favour of the lex

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65-61 Campaign against Mithridates as holder of an extraordinary command sanctioned by the lex Manilia; third triumph  
63   Consul;     suppression      of      the

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58   Pushed into exile on account of the execution of the Catilinarians (till 57)
55 Consul for the second time

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52 Consul sine collega (‘without colleague’), to restore order in the capital  
51   Pro-consul in Cilicia
48 Pompey assassinated in the course of the civil war against Caesar  
43   Proscription by   Mark   Antony;

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