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Aemilius Scaurus, Marcus

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Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls

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first-century bce Roman aristocrat; Pompey's quaestor during the annexation of Syria and conquest of Judea, also Pompey's brother-in-law and husband

Aemilius (RE 141) Scaurus (2), Marcus

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Ernst Badian

The Oxford Classical Dictionary (4 ed.)

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son of M. *Aemilius Scaurus (1) and *Caecilia Metella (1), hence stepson of L. *Cornelius Sulla...

Cornelius Dolabella, Gnaeus

Cornelius Dolabella, Gnaeus  

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(RE 135)praetor 81 bc. As proconsul he plundered Cilicia with the help of his legate C. Verres, who then helped M. Aemilius Scaurus (2) convict him repetundarum. He lost his property and went into ...
Cornēlius Sulla, Faustus

Cornēlius Sulla, Faustus  

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Son of Cornelius Sulla Felix and of Caecilia Metella. His praenōmen and that of his twin sister, Fausta, were given to symbolize their father's good fortune. As his father's heir he was repeatedly ...
Mucia Tertia

Mucia Tertia  

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(RE ‘Mucius’ 28)daughter of Q. Mucius Scaevola (2) and cousin of Q. Caecilius Metellus Celer and Q. Caecilius Metellus Nepos, married Pompey c.80 bc and bore him Cn. Pompeius ...
Palatine

Palatine  

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The chief of the seven hills of Rome, traditionally the site of the oldest settlement there. Tradition assigns fortifications to the hill, and this seems to be confirmed by archaeology. Early ...
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 ...
Shelamzion Alexandra

Shelamzion Alexandra  

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(r. 76–67 bce),Hasmonean queen, wife and successor of King Alexander Jannaeus of Judea; the only Jewish queen to hold power during the Second Temple period. Many scholars have assumed ...

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