Viriathus, & The Lusitanian Resistance to Rome, 155-139 BC

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The individuals who have been described in surviving Roman documents are most commonly Romans and particularly those who were members of powerful dynasties. There is a handful of individuals who fought against Rome and became responsible for significant defeats or caused great damage to Roman interests. One such individual was Viriathus who successfully led resistance to the Roman attempts to annex the Iberian Peninsular.

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