As happens in books like these, Sallust pretty much single-handedly wins the war.
Sallust is ruthless and charming, a connoisseur of rare wines and rare women.
And he had been inventing strategic deceptions for Sallust for years.
Sallust was born at Amiternum, in the country of the Sabines, and received his education at Rome.
So we parted; and I bent my way toward the gardens of Sallust.
Bert's first knowledge of the other kind of pony was when in the course of his study of Latin he came to read Sallust.
I had gone three times through the whole of Livy, Sallust, and Tacitus.
At last they came to Sallust's house, in one of the rooms of which was a fresco that hit the Englishman's fancy exceedingly.
It is in the Ludovisi quarter, and stands on the very site of the Gardens of Sallust.
It is called 18the Declamation of Sallust against Cicero, and bears intrinsic evidence that it was written in after years.