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  Albinus   (D. Clodius Septimius Albinus) - Roman usurper, 196-197 A.D.
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Script.- SCRIPT. HIST. AUGUSTA, Clodius Albinus

  Albinus 5   ( P. Postumius Albinus Regillensis ) - consular tribune, 414 B.C.
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FastCap_p42 Postumius . . . Regillensis Albinus, C. Sulpicius M.f.

  Albinus 6   ( M. Postumius Albinus Regillensis ) - consular tribune, 403 B.C.
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FastCap_p34 ostumius A.f. A.n. Albinus Regillensis - they completed

  Albinus 7   ( A. Postumius Albinus Regillensis ) - consular tribune, 397 B.C.
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FastCap_p36 aluginensis A. Postumius . . . Albinus Regillensis A. Manl

  Albinus 8   ( Sp. Postumius Albinus Regillensis ) - consular tribune, 394 B.C.
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FastCap_p36 ullinus VI Sp. Postumius . . . Albinus Regillensis C. Aemi

  Albinus 9   ( Sp. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 344 and 321 B.C.
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321/_ Consuls: T. Veturius Calvinus (II), Sp. Postumius Albinus (II)
320/4 Romans attempt to hand over Postumius and others responsible for the
    Within translations:
FastCap_p44 Postumius . . . Albinus (who was later called Caudinus)

  Albinus 10   ( A. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 242 B.C.
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242/_ Consuls: C. Lutatius C.f. Catulus, A. Postumius A.f. Albinus
242/2 llus, the pontifex maximus, prevents Postumius from going to Sicily.
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FastCap_p56 tulus , A. Postumius A.f. L.n. Albinus [241] & A. Manlius
FastCap_p58 ostumius A.f. L.n. Albinus - they completed the 40th lustr

  Albinus 11   ( L. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 234, 229 and 215 B.C.
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234/_ Consuls: L. Postumius A.f. Albinus, Sp. Carvilius Sp.f. Maximus
229/_ Consuls: L. Postumius A.f. Albinus (II), Cn. Fulvius Cn.f. Centumalus
216/45 The Gauls destroy a Roman army led by L.Postumius.
215/_ suls: Ti. Sempronius Ti.f. Gracchus, L. Postumius A.f. Albinus (III)
215/8 Following the death of L.Postumius, Marcellus is elected to be consul
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DioCass_fr.49 perceiving that Albinus remained where he was and that
Ennius:Ann_245 fleet under Cn. Fulvius and L. Postumius : FESTUS : Tonsa.
FastCap_p58 [234] & L. Postumius A.f. A.n. Albinus , Sp. Carvilius Sp.
FastCap_p60 ostumius A.f. A.n. Albinus III - died while still praetor

  Albinus 12   ( Sp. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 186 B.C.
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189/8 transmitted by the praetor Sp.Postumius, granting autonomy to Delph
186/_ Consuls: Sp. Postumius L.f. Albinus, Q. Marcius L.f. Philippus
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FastCap_p64 186] & Sp. Postumius L.f. A.n. Albinus , Q. Marcius L.f.
Syll_612 (189)   man praetor Spurius Postumius, son of Lucius, to th

  Albinus 13   ( A. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 180 B.C.
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180/_ Consuls: A. Postumius A.f. Albinus, C. Calpurnius C.f. Piso
174/14 The censors, Flaccus and Albinus, review the senate and remove nine
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FastCap_p64 [180] & A. Postumius A.f. A.n. Albinus , C. Calpurnius C.f
FastCap_p66 ostumius A.f. A.n. Albinus - they completed the 51st lustr

  Albinus 14   ( Sp. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 174 B.C.
174/_ Consuls: Sp. Postumius A.f. Albinus Paullulus, Q. Mucius Q.f. Scaevol
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FastCap_p66 174] & Sp. Postumius A.f. A.n. Albinus Paullulus , Q. Muci

  Albinus 15   ( L. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 173 B.C.
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179/21 L.Postumius defeats the Vaccaei and Lusitani.
178/6 The triumph of Postumius, over the Lusitani.
173/_ Consuls: L. Postumius A.f. Albinus, M. Popillius P.f. Laenas
173/10 Postumius holds the elections for new magistrates; for the first time
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Athen_12.547 their city, when Lucius Postumius was consul, on account
FastCap_p66 [173] & L. Postumius A.f. A.n. Albinus , M. Popillius P.f.
FastTr_p103 stumius] A.f. A.n. Albinus, pro[consul, & from] Lusitania

  Albinus 17   ( L. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 154 B.C.
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154/_ Consuls: Q. Opimius Q.f., L. Postumius Sp.f. Albinus
154/2 The death of the consul Postumius.
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FastCap_p68 n. , L. Postumius Sp.f. L.n. Albinus - died in office

  Albinus 18   ( A. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 151 B.C.
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151/_ Consuls: M. Licinius M.f. Lucullus, A. Postumius A.f. Albinus
149/35 Cato criticises A.Postumius for writing a history in Greek.
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Cic:Brut_81 me: [81] & For A. Albinus, who wrote a History in Greek,
FastCap_p70 ullus , A. Postumius A.f. A.n. Albinus [150] & T. Quinctiu
Plut:Mor_199 untry. & Postumius Albinus wrote a history in Greek, and

  Albinus 19   ( Sp. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 148 B.C.
148/_ Consuls: Sp. Postumius Sp.f. Albinus Magnus, L. Calpurnius C.f. Piso
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Cic:Brut_94 orations of Sp. Albinus, their contemporary, are very
FastCap_p70 & Sp. Postumius Sp.f. Sp.n. Albinus Magnus , L. Calpurn

  Albinus 20   ( Sp. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 110 B.C.
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110/_ Consuls: M. Minucius Q.f. Rufus, Sp. Postumius Albinus
110/5 Jugurtha uses delaying tactics against Albinus.
109/2 rejects the treaty with Jugurtha, and Sp.Albinus returns to Africa.
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Cic:Brut_128 tlemen L. Bestia, C. Cato, Sp. Albinus, and that excellent
CIL_1.674 Marcus Minucius and Spurius Postumius. CIL_1 .675 L
FastCap_p72 Rufus , Sp. Postumius . . . Albinus [109] & Q. Caeciliu

  Albinus 21   ( A. Postumius Albinus ) - brother of Sp.Albinus; defeated by Jugurtha
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109/1 Jugurtha defeats A.Albinus and forces him to agree to a humiliating
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Cic:Brut_135 than most men. A. Albinus was a speaker of the same kind;

  Albinus 22   ( A. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman consul 99 B.C.
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99/_ Consuls: M. Antonius M.f., A. Postumius Albinus
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CIL_1.680 arcus Antonius and Aulns Postumius these foremen super
FastCap_p72 M.f. M.n. , A. Postumius . . . Albinus & [p74] [98] & Q.

  Albinus 23   ( A. Postumius Albinus ) - Roman admiral, killed in 89 B.C.
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89/17 The Roman admiral Albinus is killed in a mutiny at Pompeii.
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Polyaen_08.9.1 In the Social War Albinus, a legate and ex-praetor, was

  Albinus 24   - a flamen and orator, late 2nd century B.C.
Cic:Brut_135 of the same kind; but Albinus, the flamen, was esteemed

  Albinus 25   - a Roman whose family dedicated a temple of Juno Lucina
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   e or [daughter] of Albinus, if Juno would [pro

  Albinus 26   (Caeonius Rufius Albinus) - Roman consul, 335 A.D.
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SelPap_1.10 stantinus Augustus, and Rufius Albinus,the most illust


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