fimbria treated most cruelly all the people of Asia who had revolted from Rome or sided with Sulla.
fimbria: thick, ciliated hair at the termination of any part: fringes.
fimbria sent back an insulting message to the effect that Sulla also had no right to the command which he held.
He was put to death by fimbria, who was in command of some of the troops of Marius.
These were the men whom fimbria had persuaded to kill the consul Flaccus, and to choose himself for their general.
No; I gave no cause to take so much as fimbria's complaint against me, for I did totum telum corpore recipere.
When Sulla was within two stadia of fimbria, he sent him orders to give up the army, which he was illegally commanding.
But fimbria from the first gave orders that not a life should be spared, and burnt up together the city and all its inhabitants.
Will some one say that, when fimbria stormed Troy, the gods were already resident in Rome?
Non autem fimbria Jesu, sed ejus Cogitatio eam salvam fecit.
Latin, literally "fringe, border, shred."
fimbria fim·bri·a (fĭm'brē-ə)
n. pl. fim·bri·ae (-brē-ē')
A fringelike anatomical part or structure.