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Suetonius - Divus Julius, XXIV
When however Lucius Domitius, candidate for the consulship, openly threatened to effect as consul what he had been unable to do as praetor, and to take his armies from him, Caesar compelled Pompeius and Crassus to come to Luca, a city in his province, where he prevailed on them to stand for a second consulship, to defeat Domitius; and he also succeeded through their influence in having his term as govenor of Gaul made five years longer.
Suetonius, D.J.XXIV (Trans. J.C. Rolfe, Loeb Classical Libraries, Heinemann, London 1928)
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