Cluentius   - in ancient sources @

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  Cluentius   - a Samnite general, early 1st century B.C.
89/18 Sulla defeats the Samnites under Cluentius near Nola.

  Cluentius 2   (A. Cluentius Habitus) - the father of Cicero's client
88/72 The death of A.Cluentius, father of Cicero's client.

  Cluentius 3   (A. Cluentius Habitus) - a citizen of Larinum, defended by Cicero in 66 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
103/18 The birth of A.Cluentius of Larinum, the client of Cicero.
85/39 The adultery of Melinus and Sassia, the mother of Cluentius.
74/8 murder of Asuvius and Dinaea, and the attempted murder of Cluentius.
74/17 the attempted murder of Cluentius, but it is alleged that the
71/36 lder Oppianicus; Sassia alleges that her son Cluentius poisoned him.
66/38 Cicero's speech defending A.Cluentius against a charge of murder.
Cicero,- CICERO, Oratio pro Cluentio
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_271 in behalf of A. Cluentius, and who was an accurate, and

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