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  Brutus   (L. Junius Brutus) - the first Roman consul, 509 B.C.
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ChronPasc_457 ment was administered by Brutus, Collatinus, and the other
Cic:Brut_53 the quickness of wit of Brutus, the illustrious founder
Cic:Phil_2.26 ouse the image of Lucius Brutus, and the other [Marcus]
Euseb]:Chron_293 gs, first they appointed Brutus [and Collatinus] to be con
Euseb]:Chron_295 rting from Lucius Junius Brutus, and finishing with Marcus
Festus:Brev.2 his reign. From Brutus and Publicola to Pansa and Hirti
Poseidon_40 & The descendants of L.Brutus, who expelled the kings

  Brutus 6   (D. Junius Brutus Scaeva) - Roman consul, 292 B.C.
292/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Gurges, D. Junius D.f. Brutus Scaeva

  Brutus 7   (D. Junius Brutus) - probably the son of the consul of 292 B.C.
264/19 D.Junius Brutus holds the first gladiatorial show at Rome.

  Brutus 12   (M. Junius Brutus) - Roman consul, 178 B.C.
178/_ Consuls: M. Junius M.f. Brutus, A. Manlius Cn.f. Vulso
    Within translations:
FastCap_p64 [178] & M. Junius M.f. L.n. Brutus , A. Manlius Cn.f.

  Brutus 14   (M. Junius Brusus) - a Roman lawyer and orator, called "the accuser"
91/17 Cn.Plancus, denounces the extravagance of M.Brutus "the accuser".
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_130 your namesake M. Brutus, the disgrace of your noble fami
Cic:Brut_175 ics. A little before these, M. Brutus, and very soon after

  Brutus 15   (D. Junius Brutus Callaicus) - Roman consul, 138 B.C.
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  + Junius
138/_ suls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Nasica Serapio, D. Junius M.f. Brutus
137/1 D.Brutus founds Valentia.
137/4 D.Brutus subdues Lusitania.
137/5 D.Brutus crosses the river Oblivio and invades Gallaecia.
132/15 The triumph of D.Brutus, over the Callaeci and Lusitani.
131/16 D.Brutus adorns temples with his spoils from Spain, and inscribes ver
118/13 Decimus Brutus offers sacrifices to the dead in December, instead of
118/14 D.Brutus makes December the last month of the Roman year.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_85 P. Scipio and D. Brutus [138 B.C.], by order of the Sena
Cic:Brut_107 your ancestor D. Brutus, the son of Marcus, was no inele
Diod_33.26 lavery. [26] &   Junius exhorted his soldiers, saying
FastCap_p70 Junius M.f. M.n. Brutus (who was later called Callaicus)
Festus:Brev.5 Spain through Decimus Brutus and we attained the sea
Hieron:Chron_1875 tia. [1876 in Ar.] Brutus conquered Spain as far as the

  Brutus 16   (D. Junius Brutus) - Roman consul, 77 B.C.
77/_ Consuls: D. Junius D.f. Brutus, Mam. Aemilius Mam.f. Lepidus Livianus
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_175 same time lived D. Brutus, who was fellow-consul with Mame
FastCap_p76 lus [77] & D. Junius D.f. M.n. Brutus , Mam. Aemilius Mam.
Sall:Hist_3.34 eak in the consulship of Brutus and Mamercus [77 B.C.],

  Brutus 17   (D. Junius Brutus Albinus) - Roman praetor, 44 B.C.
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56/40 D.Brutus defeats the Veneti in a naval battle.
49/50 D.Brutus defeats the inhabitants of Massilia in a naval battle.
46/49 D.Brutus defeats the Bellovaci.
44/115 Cic:Fam_11.2 & 11.6, letters of Cicero to and from D.Brutus.
44/141 Decimus Brutus refuses to surrender Cisalpine Gaul to Antonius, and
44/143 5-7 & 12.22a, letters from Cicero to Decimus Brutus and Cornificius.
44/144 ters Cisalpine Gaul, and starts to besiege Decimus Brutus at Mutina.
44/43 Cic:Fam_11.1, a letter from D.Brutus to M.Brutus and Cassius.
44/62 Decimus Brutus takes command of the army in his province of Cisalpine
43/13 :Fam_10.5 & 11.8, letters from Cicero to Plancus and Decimus Brutus.
43/51 nate awards great honours to D.Brutus, following the victory at Mutin
43/55 Cic:Fam_11.9 & 11.13b, letters from Decimus Brutus to Cicero.
43/60 Cic:Fam_11.10-13, letters of Cicero to and from Decimus Brutus.
43/67 :Fam_11.11.18-20 & 11.23, letters between Cicero and Decimus Brutus.
43/74 Cic:Fam_11.21 & 11.24-26, letters of Cicero to and from D.Brutus.
43/79 Fam_11.13a-16 & 11.25, letters of Cicero to and from Decimus Brutus.
43/86 & 11.22, letters from Cicero to Appius Pulcher and Decimus Brutus.
43/95 Decimus Brutus is pursued by Antonius, and killed after his troops
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_11.1 isputed). [11.1] D.Brutus to M.Brutus and C.Cassius & [Rom
Cic:Fam_12.1 hich lies in you two, and in D.Brutus. I am myself more
Cic:Fam_* 12.5-8 * epends apparently upon D.Brutus; if once he succeeds, as
Nepos:Att_8 rcus Brutus and Decimus] Brutus and Cassius, and the whole
NicDam_130.59 influence were: Decimus Brutus, a particular friend of
NicDam_130.77 year after that, Decimus Brutus, one of the conspirators,
NicDam_130.84 that day. [84] But Brutus, one of the conspirators, though
NicDam_130.87 his friends. And Brutus approached him again and said,
NicDam_130.89 quely across the face. Decimus Brutus struck him through
NicDam_130.98 Pompeius. Decimus Brutus had got them ready under the pre
NicDam_130.112 ther army. Decimus Brutus held Cisalpine Gaul with two leg

  Brutus 18   (M. Junius Brutus) - Roman praetor, 88 B.C.
87/15 nces through Etruria, where he is joined by Brutus and other exiles.
82/44 M.Brutus commits suicide at Lilybaeum.
    Within translations:
GranLic_16 to join Cinna. Brutus and the other exiles flocked to

  Brutus 19   (L. Junius Brutus Damasippus) - a supporter of Marius; killed in 82 B.C.
  + Damasippus , Junius
83/9 Pompeius defeats L.Junius Brutus.
    Within translations:
Diod_38.9 nts, the senate sent out Junius against him, whom he route
Sall:Hist_1.67 Sulpicius, next of Marius and Damasippus, and now of Lepi

  Brutus 20   (M. Junius Brutus) - tribune of the plebs, 83 B.C.
83/5 M.Brutus founds a colony at Capua.
77/12 M.Brutus surrenders to Pompeius, and is killed near Mutina.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_222 ker, and your father, my Brutus, who was well acquainted

  Brutus 21   (M. Junius Brutus) - leader of the conspiracy against Caesar, 44 B.C.
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  + Brutuses
85/32 The birth of M.Brutus.
67/45a The grammarian Staberius Eros teaches Brutus and Cassius.
60/25 Brutus studies at Rhodes and Athens, where he is taught by Pammenes.
59/19 Caesar buys an expensive pearl for Servilia, the mother of Brutus.
53/5 M.Brutus goes to Cilicia, after declining an invitation to serve
51/35 Claudius and his son-in-law M.Brutus remain for some time in Cilicia
50/4 M.Brutus attempts to extort a high rate of interest from the inhabita
48/57 Calvus and Brutus make insulting comments about Pompeius.
47/30 Brutus visits M.Marcellus in exile, at Mytilene.
46/43 Cic:Orat_, Cicero's "Orator" - a book addressed to M.Brutus.
46/95 0-14 & 17-28, letters from Cicero to M.Brutus and Servius Sulpicius.
46/97 M.Brutus governs Cisalpine Gaul, which has been entrusted to him
45/30 Brutus marries Porcia.
44/107 Brutus and Cassius leave Italy, without revealing their real destinat
44/122 Brutus arrives in Athens and begins to gather money and supporters.
44/134 Brutus seizes control of Macedonia.
44/23 C.Cassius persuades M.Brutus to join him in a conspiracy against Caes
44/24 Brutus and Cassius bring together many other conspirators.
44/27 Porcia stabs herself to prove her loyalty to her husband Brutus.
44/36 dered in the senate-house by Brutus, Cassius and the other conspirato
44/37 M.Brutus makes a speech in defence of the conspirators, who send envo
44/38 votes for an amnesty, and Brutus and Cassius make a show of reconc
44/43 Cic:Fam_11.1, a letter from D.Brutus to M.Brutus and Cassius.
44/49 Brutus and Cassius leave the city of Rome, but stay in Latium.
44/50 Macedonia to Antonius, Crete to Brutus, and Cyrenaica to Cassius.
44/65 tticus refuses to donate to a fund in support of Brutus and Cassius.
44/72 Cic:Fam_11.2, a letter from Brutus and Cassius to Antonius.
44/79 Cicero meets Brutus and Cassius at Antium, after they are offered an
44/84 .Antonius presides over the Ludi Apollinares, on behalf of M.Brutus.
44/86 Brutus and Cassius issue a manifesto, stating that they wish to be
44/97 Cic:Fam_11.3, a letter from Brutus and Cassius to Antonius.
44/99 M.Brutus meets Cicero at Velia.
43/6 M.Brutus seizes the territory and army of P.Vatinius, the proconsul
43/103 Brutus attacks the Bessi, a Thracian tribe.
43/120 Hortensius, after attempting to start an uprising against Brutus.
43/121 Brutus issues coins displaying his own image, with a liberty cap and
43/128 Sherk1_84, Greek inscriptions in honour of M.Brutus.
43/19 10, a speech of Cicero about the successes of M.Brutus in Macedonia.
43/30 Brutus defeats and captures C.Antonius near Apollonia.
43/44 (2.1) letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/57 (1.2a) letters from Cicero to M.Brutus.
43/61 (1.4)letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/73 (1.1, 6) letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/82 Cic:Fam_11.17, a letter from Cicero to (?) M.Brutus.
43/83 (1.2, 7) letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/84 (1.17) a letter from M.Brutus to Atticus.
43/89 1.12, 18) letters of Cicero to and from M.Brutus.
43/96 After M.Brutus crosses over to Asia, Gellius Publicola forms a plot
42/2 Brutus and Cassius meet at Smyrna, to plan their next actions.
42/3 Brutus and Cassius send Labienus to gain the support of the Parthians
42/5 Brutus subdues the Lycians.
42/8 Brutus (or Cassius) condemns Theodotus to death, for his part in the
42/9 Brutus judges a legal dispute between Persius and Rupilius Rex.
42/10 Brutus and Cassius meet again at Sardis, and renew their friendship
42/11 The ghost of Julius Caesar appears to Brutus in his tent.
42/14 Brutus and Cassius review their army by the Gulf of Melas.
42/21 Brutus and Cassius advance to Philippi.
42/29 nius and Octavianus attempt to force Brutus to fight another battle.
42/30 Brutus writes a letter commenting on the golden ornaments of the offi
42/31 C.Velleius and L.Sestius are associates of Brutus.
42/33 The second battle of Philippi; the death of Brutus.
42/34 General comments on the character of Brutus and Cassius.
42/36 aulus, Petronius and other followers of Brutus escape from Philippi.
42/39 pardon, despite having served as an officer in the army of Brutus.
42/43 Porcia, the widow of Brutus, commits suicide.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Brutus
Cicero,- CICERO, Letters to Brutus - Epistulae ad Brutum

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46/39 Cic:Brut_, Cicero's "Brutus" - a description of the leading Roman ora

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