Balbus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M'. Acilius Balbus) - Roman consul, 150 B.C.
Consuls: T. Quinctius T.f. Flamininus, M'. Acilius L.f. Balbus
ininus , M'. Acilius L.f. K.n. Balbus The Third Punic War
(M'. Acilius Balbus) - Roman consul, 114 B.C.
Consuls: M'. Acilius M.f. Balbus, C. Porcius M.f. Cato
(112/1) nsul and when Manius Acilius was consul, and neithe
(L. Thorius Balbus) - a Roman general, defeated by Sertorius in Spain
but his general L.Thorius Balbus is defeated and killed by Sertori
(L. Cornelius Balbus) - a native of Gades, and friend of Julius Caesar
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Pompeius gives Roman citizenship to L.Balbus of Gades.
Cicero's speech in defence of L.Balbus' claim to Roman citizenship.
Caesar sends Vatinius and Balbus to start talks with Pompeius' army,
iumvirs appoint new magistrates, including Balbus as suffect consul.
CICERO, Oratio pro Balbo
(T. Ampius Balbus) - Roman praetor, 58 B.C.
T.Ampius Balbus fail to be elected as consul, despite the support of
& 6.12-13, letters from Cicero to Trebianus, Ampius and Ligarius.
presence of Titus Appius Balbus, the son of Titus, and lie
 of Titus Appius Balbus, the son of Titus, lieuten
ere present Titus Appius Balbus, the son of Titus, lieuten
(L. Lucilius Balbus) - a Roman jurist, 1st century B.C.
his eloquence, to L. Lucilius Balbus, and C. Aquilius Gal
(L. Cornelius Balbus) - Roman proconsul in Africa, 19 B.C.
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L. Cornelius P.f. Balbus, proconsul, & from Africa, 6 k.A
and with him Lucius Cornelius Balbus and Sextus Peducaeus
(D. Laelius Balbus) - a quindecimvir at the Ludi Saeculares, 17 B.C.
Laelius D.f. D.n. Balbus [88AD] & Ludi Saeculares were
- in documents
ion of a graveyard by Horatius Balbus. Found at Sass
The pottery of Lucius Tettius Balbus. Antiochus, s
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