Salvius

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For other persons of this name, see Salvius (disambiguation).

Salvius (died c. 100 BCE) was a flute player who was proclaimed king by the rebelling slaves of ancient Sicily during the Second Servile War. He assumed the name Tryphon, from Diodotus Tryphon, a Seleucid king who ruled from 142 BC to 138 BC. As a rebel slave he waged war against the Romans.

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