Drusus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
On each line there is a link to the page where the name can be found.





  Drusus 3   (C. Livius Drusus) - Roman consul, 147 B.C.
  + Caius
147/_ P.f. Scipio Africanus Aemilianus, C. Livius M.Aemiliani f. Drusus
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_109 Drusus, the son of Caius, who, in his tribunate, thwarted
FastCap_p70 C. Livius M.Aemiliani f. M.n. Drusus censors: L. Corneliu

  Drusus 4   (M. Livius Drusus) - Roman consul, 112 B.C.
  →
Wikipedia entry
  + Livius
122/7 Drusus proposes some popular laws, in opposition to Gracchus.
122/9 Drusus attacks Flaccus while Gracchus is absent in Carthage.
115/14 M.Drusus, as praetor urbanus, allows an action on breach of contract
112/_ Consuls: M. Livius C.f. Drusus, L. Calpurnius L.f. Piso Caesonius
112/8 Drusus defeats the Scordisci.
110/3 The triumph of M.Drusus, over the Scordisci.
109/18 and Mens, but is forced to resign after his colleague Drusus dies.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_109 olent. [109] & M. Drusus, the son of Caius, who, in his
FastCap_p72 M. Livius C.f. M.Aemiliani n. Drusus - died in office [10
FastTr_p107 M.Aemiliani n.] Drusus, [proconsul, & over the Scordisc
Festus:Brev.9 dering Thracians, Marcus Drusus confined them within their
Syll_685 (112/1)   alpurnius and Marcus Livius were consuls {112 B.C.}

  Drusus 5   (C. Livius Drusus) - a jurist; possibly the son of the consul of 147 B.C.
90/41 Cn.Aufidius and the lawyer C.Drusus overcome blindness to achieve
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_109 next to him was his brother C. Drusus. Your kinsman also,

  Drusus 6   (M. Livius Drusus) - tribune of the plebs, 91 B.C.
  →
Wikipedia entry
  + Drusi
102/30 M.Drusus serves as quaestor in Asia.
93/5 M.Drusus stages magnificent games, when holding the office of aedile.
92/8 M.Drusus cures himself of epilepsy by drinking hellebore at Anticyra.
91/1 Political rivalry between the tribune M.Drusus and Q.Caepio.
91/3 Drusus resorts to bribery in an attempt to gain popular support.
91/4 Drusus supports the idea of giving Roman citizenship to the rest
91/5 The Marsic leader Q.Poppaedius is a guest at the home of Drusus.
91/6 Drusus proposes land and corn laws.
91/6a passes another land law, and Drusus is made one of the five members
91/7 Drusus establishes several new Roman colonies in Italy and Sicily.
91/8 Drusus proposes to change the composition of juries to a mixture
91/9 Drusus proposes to enrol 300 of the equites into the senate.
91/11 Drusus maltreats visitors from Mauretania and Numidia.
91/12 The laws of Drusus are passed, after Philippus has been restrained
91/13 Drusus issues silver coins which are debased with an alloy of bronze.
91/22 advice of the consul Philippus, declares the laws of Drusus invalid.
91/23 sappointed by the failure of Drusus, begin to plot against the Romans
91/25 The Italians swear an oath of loyalty to Drusus.
91/26 sarcastic response by Granius when greeted by Drusus.
91/27 Drusus builds a new house on the Palatine.
91/28 Drusus' personal wealth amounts to over 10,000 pounds of silver.
91/29 Drusus is murdered near his home.
90/35 The tribune C.Carbo speaks out against the policies of M.Drusus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_182 onius, C. Curio, L. Fufius, M. Drusus, and P. Antistius;
Cic:Brut_222 lius. For as to M. Drusus, your great uncle, who spoke lik
CIL_6.1312 13.3.74 ) M. Livius Drusus M. Livius Dru
Diod_37.10   Marcus Livius Drusus, though he was still very young,

  Drusus 7   (M. Livius Drusus Claudianus) - Roman praetor, 50 B.C.
42/35 Labeo, Livius Drusus, Quintilius Varus and others commit suicide afte

  Drusus 11   (Nero Claudius Drusus) - brother of the emperor Tiberius
  →
Wikipedia entry
38/3 The birth of Drusus, the son of Livia.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_745 efused to ride on it. [745] & Drusus Nero and L. Quintius
CIL_6.40330 Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus Nero Clau
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   the Campus] Martius, when Drusus and Crispinus
ElegMaec_1.1 ned a young man's death {Drusus?}: now to one ripe in year
ElegMaec_2.1 Jupiter, before young Drusus' narrow day of life? He
Joseph:BJ_1.412 which was called Drusium, from Drusus, who was step-son
Ovid:Cons_1 reading a sad plaint to Drusus' memory, now you have but
Ovid:Cons_119 now be taken from me, Drusus renowned for the name of
Ovid:Cons_165 even Livia, in behalf of Drusus : shall I be the chiefest
Ovid:Cons_21 tell joyful tidings of your Drusus. That achievement
Ovid:Cons_253 led the cause of your death, O Drusus. [3.271] But for you
Ovid:Cons_271 ning spirit, exulting in Drusus' death, must be given to
Ovid:Cons_283 s?" You were resolved, O Drusus, never to return save vict
Ovid:Cons_299 ges left you in place of Drusus? and now in your dreams
Ovid:Cons_329 becomes the mother of Drusus and Nero's mother, see fro
Ovid:Cons_411 will make all else happy after Drusus. Yet you can dare
Ovid:Cons_469 ause." [3.469] This does Drusus feel, if he feels aught
Ovid:Cons_59 tribute been paid, and Drusus, the latest loss, is the
Ovid:Cons_75 een opened. [3.75] Drusus, you go ; and fruitlessly is you

  Drusus 16   (Drusus Julius Caesar) - the son of the emperor Tiberius
  →
Wikipedia entry
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   nted pontifex maximus, when Drusus and Norbanus [
Hieron:Chron_2038 200.2 . [2038] Tiberius made Drusus his partner in rulin
Hieron:Chron_2039 ing the empire. 200.3 . [2039] Drusus Caesar died from poi

Drusussee Maximus


  ← Search for another name




This page Andrew Smith, 2016   :   Attalus' home page