These were the things worthy of commemoration in the consulship of Crassus.
Crassus, upon the expiration of his consulship, repaired to his province.
The year of the expedition is known by the consulate of Pompey and Crassus—it was the year 699.
Cicero, Pompey and Crassus all spoke on his behalf, and he was acquitted.
This tribe refused to give hostages, and, inducing others to join them, seized some Roman officers sent among them by Crassus.
His surname is getting as much out of fashion as the "Dives" of Crassus.
To Caesar, therefore, Crassus was invaluable: a firm bond was sealed between them.
Crassus's freedman, I think, spoke without any real sincerity.
Why did those feathers lie like lead and await the arrival of Crassus for so long?
Crassus and Antony carry it on in chief, but Crassus has the leading voice.