Cosconius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M. Cosconius) - Roman praetor, 135 B.C.
The praetor M.Cosconius defeats the Scordisci.
(C. Cosconius) - Roman praetor, 89 B.C.
Cosconius defeats the Samnites under Trebatius near Canusium.
Cosconius defeats the Illyrians and captures Salonae.
Bulbus attempts to stir up unrest in Cosconius' army.
often worsted by Gaius Cosconius, who was sent as genera
Isauricus. 23 The proconsul Cosconius was awarded Illyricum. Two
(C. Cosconius Calidianus) - a Roman orator of little merit
ust also notice C. Cosconius Calidianus, who, without any
(C. Cosconius) - Roman praetor, 63 B.C.
P.Vatinius serves under C.Cosconius in Spain.
- in documents
Philinus, slave of Gaius Cosconius Philocles, slave of
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