Flavius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Flavius   (Cn. Flavius) - curule aedile, 304 B.C.
304/24 Cn.Flavius, the son of a freedman, holds office as curule aedile but
Cic:DeOr_1.186   first set forth by Gnaeus Flavius, there were none who could
ValMax_2.5.2   it was published by Cn. Flavius, a scribe, whose father was
ValMax_9.3.3   who being offended because Cn. Flavius, a man of humble extract,

  Flavius 2   (Q. Flavius) - a citizen of Tarquinii in Etruria, 1st century B.C.
92/17 Q.Roscius accepts compensation from Q.Flavius for a murdered slave.

  Flavius 3   (L. Flavius) - tribune of the plebs, 60 B.C.
60/7 The tribune Flavius imprisons the consul Metellus Celer.
58/52 of king Tigranes, to escape from custody at the house of Flavius.

  Flavius 4   (C. Flavius) - a friend of M.Brutus
Nepos:Att_8 ingly solicited by Caius Flavius, an intimate friend of

  Flavius 5   - Roman senator, 44 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.220 of the Sergian tribe, Flavius, the son of Lucius, of

  Flavius 6   - tribune of the plebs, 323 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
323/68 Romans reject a proposal by M.Flavius to inflict severe punishments
ValMax_9.10.1   [10.1]   M. Flavius, tribune of the plebs reported

  Flavius   - in documents
CIL_1.387 CIL_1 .387 Salvius Flavius and Statius Fla
SelPap_1.11 after the consulship of Flavius Basilius the most ill
SelPap_1.151 Flavius Herculanus to the swe
SelPap_1.24 year 287=256. To Flavius Apion the all-honoured and
SelPap_1.25 1st indiction. To Flavius Apion the all-honoured and
SelPap_1.30 esses who sign below, to Flavius Jacob son of Isaac
SelPap_1.46 after the consulship of Flavius Zenon and Flavius Pos
SelPap_1.56 In the consulship of Flavius Philippus the most il
SelPap_1.59 Titus Flavius Capito to Titus Fla
SelPap_1.61 and on the other side Flavius Bes Nikon, soldier of
SelPap_1.86 as aforesaid. I, Flavius Marcus son of Apa Dius, sol
SelPap_2.251 overnor of the province, Flavius Demetrianus Maximus,
SelPap_2.252 ost illustrious praeses, Flavius Demetrianus Maximus,
SelPap_2.258 From the minutes of Flavius Titianus, some
SelPap_2.263 ship. His eminence Flavius Gennadius, juridicus of Ale
SelPap_2.295 To his eminence Flavius Hyginus, praefect of
SelPap_2.296 for the 2nd time and of Flavius Rufinus the most illu
SelPap_2.297 To Flavius Valerius the most lea
SelPap_2.308 of the most honourable Flavius Joannes, Pharmouthi
SelPap_2.331 To Flavius Thennyras, logiste
SelPap_2.332 (a)To Flavius Eusebius, logistes of
SelPap_2.333 Phamenoth . . . To Flavius Dionysarius, logistes of
SelPap_2.363 after the consulship of Flavius Basilius the most ill
SelPap_2.364 sulship of the most honourable Flavius Basilius, Phame
SelPap_2.371 the bank of Titus Flavins Eutychides by Eudaemon so
SelPap_2.396 Flavius Theodorus Menas Juli
SelPap_2.401 a cohort, namely Aulus Flavins Vespasianus on Mar

Flaviussee Anastasius

Flaviussee Constantinus

Flaviussee Fimbria

Flaviussee Heraclius

Flaviussee Josephus

Flaviussee Justinianus

Flaviussee Justinus2

Flaviussee Leo

Flaviussee Mauricius

Flaviussee Theodosius

Flaviussee Tiberius2

Flaviussee Valentinianus

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