Support Syrian Claim
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- +1 cunning
- +5 Imperium
Having secured their re-election as Consuls in 55BC, and with none therefore able to oppose them through veto, Crassus and Pompey now extended their influence and power. Together, with Caesar’s backing, they were able to pass a law granting the five-year extension to his imperium that he so desperately desired, while awarding the provinces of Hispania and Syria to themselves. Hispania to Pompey; Syria to Crassus, giving themselves direct control of the revenue and military might of these provinces.