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(C. Scribonius Curio) - Roman praetor, 121 B.C.
Licinia is acquitted after speeches by L.Crassus and C.Curio.
 To these we may join C. Curio, M. Scaurus, P. Rutil
ould please us better." "Curio, then," said I, "was nearly
[history] books. Curio, the grandfather, defended Serviu
(C. Scribonius Curio) - Roman consul, 76 B.C.
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Curio restores Nicomedes and Ariobarzanes to their kingdoms.
Consuls: Cn. Octavius M.f., C. Scribonius C.f. Curio
gesticulations of the consul Curio, while the other consul, Octavius,
Curio stops Sicinius from introducing political reforms.
Curio advances into Thrace, as far as the river Danube.
Curio defeats the Dardani.
The triumph of C.Curio, over the Thracians.
Metellus Nepos and Curio agree to drop legal proceedings, after threa
supposed setting of a literary dialogue between Curio and his son.
Curio is a successful and popular orator.
Curio is called Barbuleius, because of his resemblance to an actor
Q. Varius, Cn. Pomponius, C. Curio, L. Fufius, M. Drusus
eave you, as it once did Curio?" "To open my whole mind
however, who esteemed Curio the third best orator of
things with great) that Curio's family, though he himself
Cic:Brut_* 216-220 *
nfer from the example of Curio, that nothing will more rec
cius was dead; Cotta and Curio were abroad; and no pleader
noticed. For as Curio acquired the reputation of an ora
most every day. C. Curio was chosen a tribune of the peopl
s;- the return of Cotta, Curio, Crassus, Pompeius, and the
in capitulation. Curio, a proconsul, subjugated the Dard
till resisting. Curio restored Nicomedes to the throne
1963] [not in Ar.] Curio, a fluent and popular orator, was
year, in Macedonia Gaius Curio set off into Dardania with
.C.], and after it Gaius Curio was long enough your master
is not accusing C.Curio or P.Clodius of a crime, but beca
haracters} of both Clodius and Curio. Commentary I decided
usts. [He means] C.Curio, who during Sulla's proscription
(C. Scribonius Curio) - tribune of the plebs, 50 B.C.
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the senate; Cicero composes a speech against Clodius and Curio.
M.Antonius spends all of the younger Curio's money.
Cic:Fam_2'1-3, letters from Cicero to the younger Curio.
Cic:Fam_2'4-5 & 7'14-15, letters from Cicero to Curio and Trebatius.
2'6, a letter from Cicero to Curio, supporting Milo as a candidate
Curio holds games, featuring a rotating theate, in honour of his fath
the support of L.Paulus and C.Curio for the coming year, by giving
Cic:Fam_2'7 & 15'4, letters from Cicero to C.Curio and M.Cato.
C.Curio unsuccessfully proposes that an intercalary month should
Curio proposes various laws, to gain popular support.
Cicero, announcing that Curio has become an open supporter of
end date for Caesar's command, but is vigorously opposed by Curio.
Curio begins to insist that Pompeius should lay down his command
command if Caesar does the same, but the offer is rejected by Curio.
favour of the proposal of Curio, that Caesar and Pompeius should
Curio's outspoken eloquence as tribune brings about an open split bet
his final speech as tribune, Curio strongly denounces Pompeius and
blish a letter from Caesar, which has been brought to Rome by Curio.
cree; M.Antonius, Q.Cassius, Curio and Caelius leave Rome, and go to
Curio and Q.Valerius take control of Sicily and Sardinia, on behalf
Curio is an eloquent but immoral politician.
Juba, king of Numidia, defeats and kills Curio near Utica.
riend Pansa, and his son Curio, when he was walking home
Cic:Brut_* 280-283 *
I suppose," said Brutus, "C. Curio, and C. Licinius Calv
friend of mine, and there is Curio, and Furnius too. I
Cn.n. , C. Scribonius C.f. . . Curio  & L. Octavius
P.Clodius; and thirdly Curio, the tribune of the plebs,
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