Crassus was appointed as the Governor of Roman Syria

By Seamus O'Sparks on March 5, 2014 — 1 min read

Crassus was appointed as the Governor of Roman Syria. Crassus used Syria as the launchpad for a military campaign against the Parthian Empire, Rome’s long-time Eastern enemy. Crassus’ campaign was a disastrous failure. Crassus’ men, being near mutiny, demanded he parley with the Parthians, resulting in his defeat and death at the Battle of Carrhae. 15] A story later emerged that, after Crassus’ death, the Parthians poured molten gold into his mouth as a symbol of his thirst for wealth. LEARN WHILE YOU LISTEN!!!

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Seamus O'Sparks is the seventh son of a Seventh Day Adventist who went on a seven-day bender starting on July 7, 1977 at a strip club called Seventh Heaven at the corner of 7th St. and 7th Ave. in the West Village.