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  Bassus   (Q. Caecilius Bassus) - a Roman general in Syria, 1st century B.C.
48/63 Caecilius Bassus escapes to Tyre, after serving in the army of Pompei
46/75 Sextus Caesar is defeated and killed by Caecilius Bassus.
46/86 ficius to take command in Syria, against the rebel forces of Bassus.
45/44 r's forces, under the command of Antistius, attack Caecilius Bassus.
44/123 the governor of Bithynia, intervenes in Syria and besieges Bassus.
44/95 Bassus defeats Murcus, the general sent against him by Caesar.
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_11.1 Pompeius and Caecilius Bassus, who, it seems to me, are
Cic:Fam_12.11 legion which Q.Caecilius Bassus had, has come over to me,
Cic:Fam_12.12 Crispus. As for Bassus, the poor fool would not hand
Joseph:AJ_14.268 ion following: Caecilius Bassus, one of Pompeius's party,
Joseph:AJ_14.272 siege, he brought over both Bassus and Marcus to his
Joseph:BJ_01.216 tus Caesar, by Caecilius Bassus, which he perpetrated out
Joseph:BJ_01.219 reconciliation between Bassus and Marcus, and the legion

Bassussee Ventidius


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