Fannius   - in ancient sources @

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  Fannius 2   (L. Fannius) - a Roman deserter, who joined Mithridates
85/23 Fannius and Magius escape from Fimbria's army, and join Mithridates.
72/3 Fannius and Metrophanes escape with difficulty to Mithridates, after
68/18 Tigranes attacks L.Fannius.
Oros_6.2   the Temple of Aesculapius. 12 Fannius and Magius fled from the

  Fannius 3   - Roman praetor, 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_13.260 manner following: [260] "Fannius, the son of Marcus, the
Joseph:AJ_13.265 and that their praetor Fannius should give them money
Joseph:AJ_13.266 [266] And thus did Fannius dismiss the Jewish ambassadors,

  Fannius 4   (C. Fannius) - Roman praetor, mid 1st century B.C.
DPRR record
Joseph:AJ_14.233 also. [233] "Caius Fannius, the son of Caius, imperator

  Fannius 5   (M. Fannius) - Roman praetor, 80 B.C.
DPRR record

Fanniussee Strabo

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