In the (62 BC and 63 BC) experienced the Roman great, Lucius Sergius Catalina who was (born on 108 BC) make an unprecedented attempt to overthrow the Roman consuls of in the (era of 63 BC) and forcibly secure the state in their stead.
Lucius Sergius Catalina was an aristocrat who had grown into a demagogue and orchestrated attempts to kick out the Republic during Marcus Tullius Cicero and Gaius Antonius Hybrida tenure of governance which was led by Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix in Rome-Italy.
However, Catalina’s quest to overthrow the consulship of Cicero and Hybrida was as a result of his failure to be elected as a consul thrice by the Voters.
Therefore, after the fall out, he began to initiate his intentions of staging a Coup d’etat in order to seize the consulship position which he was been denied.
In effect, Cataline assembled a coalition of malcontent aristocrats who were in bad blood with leadership. He brought on board individuals who had been denied access to political advancement, dispossessed farmers and indebted veterans of the dictator, General and Statesman, Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix.
Catalina’s plans to revolt had registered a steadily progressive intentions to secure the entire state under their rulership which was being administered by the General and Statesman Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix.
His plans to rule never materialize as he was killed in a battle against the Republican forces during the early days of (January 62 BC) involving a rebel army in Pistoia.