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Caecilius Metellus Pius, Quintus

Caecilius Metellus Pius, Quintus  

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(RE 98)son of Numidicus (above), acquired his last name for his efforts to secure his father's recall from exile. As praetor (89 or 88 bc) he enrolled enfranchised Italians ...
Claudius Pulcher, Appius

Claudius Pulcher, Appius  

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(RE 296)son of (1), as praetor (89 or 88 bc) enrolled some foreigners enfranchised under the lex Plautia Papiria (see Plautius Silvanus (1), M.). An enemy of L. Cornelius ...
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 ...
Cornelius Merula, Lucius

Cornelius Merula, Lucius  

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(RE 272)was made suffect consul by Cn. Octavius (2) after his expulsion of L. Cornelius Cinna (1), chiefly because as flamen Dialis (see flamines) he could not be active ...
Cornēlius Sulla Fēlix, Lūcius

Cornēlius Sulla Fēlix, Lūcius  

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B. c.138 bc of an old patrician family, after a dissolute youth inherited a fortune from his stepmother, which enabled him to enter the aristocratic career. Chosen by Marius as his quaestor (107) he ...
Flavius Fimbria, Gaius

Flavius Fimbria, Gaius  

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(RE 88)son of a novus homo (consul 104 bc as colleague of C. Marius (1)), supported L. Cornelius Cinna (1), killed some eminent men after Cinna's capture of Rome ...
Gnaeus Octavius

Gnaeus Octavius  

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Became consul 87 bc with Cornelius Cinna, whose attempt to reverse Sulla's legislation he opposed, finally driving Cinna and his supporters out of Rome after a massacre in the Forum. He had Cinna ...
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 ...
Licinius Crassus, Marcus

Licinius Crassus, Marcus  

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Escaped from Cornelius Cinna to Spain, joined Sulla after Cinna's death, played a prominent part in regaining Italy for him, and made a fortune in Sulla's proscriptions. After his praetorship he ...
Licinius Crassus, Publius

Licinius Crassus, Publius  

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(RE 61)as tribune passed a sumptuary law (Macrobius Satirae 3. 17. 7). In his consulship (97 bc) the senate prohibited human sacrifice. After commanding in Iberia (1) for several ...
Lucius Marcius Philippus

Lucius Marcius Philippus  

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Grandson of Quintus Marcius Philippus and of Appius Claudius Pulcher, after a demagogic tribunate (c.105 bc) omitted the aedileship, hence (probably) failed to become consul 93. Elected for 91, he ...
Lutatius Catulus, Quintus

Lutatius Catulus, Quintus  

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(RE 8)son of (1) above, escaped from Rome at the return of L. Cornelius Cinna (1) in 87 bc, but seems to have come back and become aedile. On ...
Lutatius Catulus, Quintus

Lutatius Catulus, Quintus  

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(RE 7)of noble, but not recently distinguished, family, half-brother of two Iulii Caesares (L. Iulius Caesar (1) and C. Iulius Caesar Strabo Vopiscus), and married first to a Domitia ...
Marcus Fonteius

Marcus Fonteius  

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(RE 12)began his career under L. Cornelius Cinna (1), but joined Sulla. He served in Spain and Macedonia and after his praetorship governed Transalpine Gaul (probably 74–72 bc), enthusiastically ...
Marius Gratidianus, Marcus

Marius Gratidianus, Marcus  

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(RE 42)son of a sister of C. Marius (1) and adopted by his brother; as tribune 87 bc supported L. Cornelius Cinna (1) and, after Cinna's capture of Rome ...
Mucius Scaevola, Quintus

Mucius Scaevola, Quintus  

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(RE 22)(cf. preceding article), son of P. Mucius Scaevola, whom he surpassed both as an orator and a lawyer. In his most famous case, the causa Curiana (Cicero De ...
Papirius Carbo Arvina, Gaius

Papirius Carbo Arvina, Gaius  

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(RE 40)son of Gaius (1) and cousin of Gaius (2) and Gnaeus (above), was an active tribune (see tribuni plebis) in 90 bc. He co-operated with the government of ...
Papīrius Carbō, Gnaeus

Papīrius Carbō, Gnaeus  

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A seditious tribune (see tribuni plebis) in 92 bc. He fought in the Social War and supported Cornelius Cinna in 87. He became Cinna's colleague as consul 85 and 84 and, as sole consul after Cinna's ...
Pupius Piso Frugi (Calpurnianus), Marcus

Pupius Piso Frugi (Calpurnianus), Marcus  

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(RE 10)a Calpurnius Piso adopted by an aged senator M. Pupius, was in his youth a promising orator and friend of Cicero's. Marrying the widow of L. Cornelius Cinna ...
Quintus Sertorius

Quintus Sertorius  

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(c.126–73 bc),an equestrian from Sabine Nursia, distinguished himself in the Cimbrian Wars under Marius, and in Spain. Quaestor in 91, then a senior officer in the Social War, he was thwarted by ...

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