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(P. Clodius Pulcher) - tribune of the plebs, 58 B.C.
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P.Clodius encourages disaffection in the Roman army stationed at Nisi
Clodius leaves Lucullus' army, and joins his brother-in-law Marcius.
being captured and released by pirates, Clodius proceeds to Antioch.
his wife Clodia, accusing her of incest with her brother Clodius.
Clodius accuses Catilina of extortion while governor of Africa, and
lina is eventually brought to trial by Clodius, but he is acquitted.
Murena goes out to govern Gaul, accompanied by Clodius.
Fulvius, Clodius and others leave Rome with the intention of joining
P.Clodius is discovered, disguised as a woman, in the house of Caesar
Clodius is brought to trial for sacrilege, but is acquitted, allegedl
Cicero and Clodius argue in the senate.
the Helvetii and attempts to transfer P.Clodius to the plebeians.
Cato counters Clodius' accusations against the priests and priestesse
Celer blocks further attempts to transfer Clodius to the Plebeians.
Clodius is transferred to the plebeians, after being "adopted" by P.F
Clodius is elected tribune for the following year.
Clodius prevents Bibulus from making a speech at the end of his year
P.Clodius passes a law to provide the corn dole at Rome completely
P.Clodius restores the right to belong to guilds.
Clodius restricts the ability of the censors to punish senators.
Clodius prohibits the use of "watching the sky" to obstruct legislati
Clodius forms an armed gang of slaves, and occupies the temple of Cas
M.Antonius joins the supporters of Clodius.
Pupius Piso invites Clodius to dinner.
Clodius mollifies the opposition of the tribune L.Ninnius.
Clodius passes a law to give the consuls the provinces of Macedonia
Clodius proposes a law, to punish anyone who has taken the life of
ero, anticipating the use of Clodius' law against himself, approaches
The consuls support Clodius against Cicero.
Clodius passes a law to turn Cyprus into a Roman province; M.Cato is
Clodius passes another law, explicitly banishing Cicero.
Clodius seizes Cicero's possessions, and destroys his house in Rome.
Clodius is accused to plotting to murder Pompeius.
Clodius turns against Pompeius, and prevents him from leaving his hou
Clodius helps Tigranes, the son of king Tigranes, to escape from cust
Clodius proposes that freedmen should be able to vote among the rural
Clodius is bribed to pass a law appointing Brogitarus priest of Magna
ill for Cicero's recall, but Clodius dispels the assembly by violence
announce adverse auspices, but is wounded by Clodius' supporters.
T.Milo attempts to prosecute Clodius, but is obstructed by Metellus
of armed supporters, and engages in street fighting with Clodius.
Dom, Cicero's speech against Clodius, in defence of his right to rebu
Clodius stands as a candidate to be aedile for the following year.
escribing violent attacks by Clodius on Cicero and his workmen, and
Milo, who is prosecuted by Clodius for hiring the support of gladia
ablets about his exile, which were placed on the Capitol by Clodius.
efence of P.Sestius, who is accused of violence in opposing Clodius.
Cato defends the legality of Clodius' acts as tribune, including his
Clodius, as aedile, brings slaves onto the stage during the Megalensi
Clodius denounces Cato's conduct in Cyprus.
speech for the tribune L.Racilius, a vigorous opponent of P.Clodius.
Clodius decides to postpone his attempt to be elected praetor, becaus
Clodius buys a house from Scaurus.
eaks in the senate, to rebut Clodius' claim that Milo's debts should
Clodius is forced to run off for protection when he is violently assa
omments on the violent and subversive political career of P.Clodius.
Clodius is murdered by Milo's followers, near Bovillae.
Clodius' body is burnt in the senate-house, and the building is destr
ree condemning the murder of Clodius, the burning of the senate-house
Trebellius Calcha pretends to the (?) heir of Clodius.
The first day of Milo's trial is disrupted by Clodius' supporters.
convicted of the murder of Clodius, despite a speech in his defence
the principal henchman of P.Clodius, is brought to trial and convi
Metellus Scipio annuls Clodius' law, which had curtailed the powers
- the son and heir of the actor Aesopus, 1st century B.C.
Clodius, the son and heir of Aesopus, swallows pearls dissolved in
- in documents
.1051 Latin Text Sextus Clodius, freedman of Decimus,
horus. Rome. Aulus Clodius Apollodorus freedman of Au
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