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Aemilius Lepidus, Manius

Aemilius Lepidus, Manius  

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(RE 63)probably a grandson of M. Aemilius Lepidus (3), the triumvir, and of Faustus Cornelius Sulla and Pompeia, daughter of Pompey, was consul ad 11, defended his sister Lepida ...
Aemilius Lepidus, Marcus

Aemilius Lepidus, Marcus  

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(RE 74)son of M. Aemilius Lepidus (3) the triumvir, plotted in 30 bc to assassinate Octavian on his return to Rome, but was detected by Maecenas (Velleius Paterculus 2. ...
Aemilius Paullus, Lucius

Aemilius Paullus, Lucius  

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(RE 81)elder son of M. Aemilius Lepidus (2) and brother of M. Aemilius Lepidus (3), the triumvir, accused Catiline de vi (of violence) in 63 bc. While quaestor in ...
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(RE ‘Antonius’ 112),daughter of M. Antonius (2) and Antonia, daughter of C. Antonius ‘Hybrida’, in 44 bc was engaged to M. Aemilius Lepidus (4), but the engagement was broken ...
Canidius Crassus, Publius

Canidius Crassus, Publius  

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(RE 2)of obscure family, served under M. Aemilius Lepidus (3) in Transalpine gaul and helped in the negotiations that led to Lepidus' joining M. Antonius (2) (Mark Antony) in ...
Cassius Longinus, Quintus

Cassius Longinus, Quintus  

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(RE 70)probably cousin of the tyrannicide Cassius, was Pompey's rapacious quaestor in Further Spain c.52 bc. In 49, as one of the two tribunes who supported Caesar, he fled ...
Cornelius Cinna, Lucius

Cornelius Cinna, Lucius  

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(RE 107)son of L. Cornelius Cinna (1), took part in the revolt of M. Aemilius Lepidus (2), joined Q. Sertorius in Spain, and was allowed to return, along with ...
Cornificius Quintus

Cornificius Quintus  

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(RE 8),of recent senatorial family, was an orator and poet and a friend of Catullus and Cicero (cf. Catull. 38. 1, Cicero Epistulae ad familiaries 12. 17–30). He wrote ...
elections and voting

elections and voting  

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GreekIn the Greek states voting was used in councils, assemblies, and lawcourts; appointments were made by election or by allotment (see sortition) or sometimes by a combination of the two. In Athens ...
Felicitas

Felicitas  

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A goddess of good luck, not heard of till the middle of the 2nd cent. bc, when L. Licinius Lucullus (1) dedicated her temple on the Velabrum (see S. B. ...
Gaius Maecenas

Gaius Maecenas  

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(year of birth unknown). Among Octavian's earliest supporters—he fought at Philippi—he was his intimate and trusted friend and agent. (See Augustus.) His high position rested entirely on this: he ...
Iulius Caesar, Gaius

Iulius Caesar, Gaius  

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(RE 131)born 100 bc (Suetonius Divus Iulius 88. 1), of a patrician family without social equals, as descendants of Venus and Aeneas, but with little recent political success. His ...
Iunius Silanus, Decimus

Iunius Silanus, Decimus  

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(RE 163)second husband of Servilia, hence brother-in-law of M. Porcius Cato (2), failed to gain the consulship of 64 bc, but succeeded in 63 for 62 as colleague of ...
Iunius Silanus, Marcus

Iunius Silanus, Marcus  

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(RE 172) (consul 25 bc),of varied political allegiance. He supported his brother-in-law M. Aemilius Lepidus (3) in 44, went over to M. Antonius (2) (Mark Antony) at Mutina (43) ...
Iuventius Laterensis, Marcus

Iuventius Laterensis, Marcus  

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(RE 16)descended from a 2nd-cent. consul of ultimate Tusculan origin, served in Bithynia and after his quaestorship (c.63 bc) in Cyrene and Crete. In 59 he abandoned his tribunician ...
Lūcius Munātius Plancus

Lūcius Munātius Plancus  

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Of senatorial family, served under Caesar in the Gallic and Civil Wars, and in 45 bc was one of Caesar's six prefects of the city. Proconsul of Gallia Comata (see gaul (transalpine) ) after Caesar's ...
Mark Antony

Mark Antony  

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(c. 83–30 bc),Roman general and triumvir. A supporter of Julius Caesar, in 43 he was appointed one of the triumvirate after Caesar's murder. Following the battle of Philippi he took charge of the ...
Plautius Hypsaeus, Publius

Plautius Hypsaeus, Publius  

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(RE 23)of consular family, was quaestor and proquaestor of Pompey in the east and became curule aedile with M. Aemilius Scaurus (2) in 58 bc, when they issued the ...
pontifex

pontifex  

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The Pope. The name comes (in the late 17th century) via French from Latin pontifex ‘high priest’.
proscription

proscription  

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The publication of a notice, esp. a list of Roman citizens who were declared outlaws and whose goods were confiscated. This procedure was used by Sulla in 82–81 bc, and by Marcus Antonius (Mark ...

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