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Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus (born Rome, 106 B.C., died September 28, 48 B.C.) known in the English-speaking world as Pompey the Great, was a leading general of the late Roman Republic and chief rival to Julius Caesar, although they served together in the First Triumvirate.

Pompey is also the nickname of the city of Portsmouth in Hampshire, England.

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