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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Spada knew what these invitations meant; since Christianity, so eminently civilizing, had made progress in Rome, it was no longer a centurion who came from the tyrant with a message, ’Caesar wills that you die.’ but it was a legate a latere, who came with a smile on his lips to say from the pope, ’His holiness requests you to dine with him.’

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  • The senior centurions were called for a council of war.
  • Centurions led from the front line of battle.

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