Fonteius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(C. Fonteius) - legate of the praetor Servilius, 90 B.C.
etor Q.Servilius, his legate Fonteius, and other Romans are murdered
(M. Fonteius) - Roman praetor, about 75 B.C.
M.Fonteius' upright behaviour as quaestor.
M.Fonteius is sent on a mission to further Spain.
pius Claudius and his legate Fonteius defend Macedonia against raids
Fonteius leaves Rome for Gaul.
Gaul, where supplies are provided to him by the governor Fonteius.
Fonteius impoverishes the province of Gaul by his exactions.
Cic:Font_, Cicero's speech in defence of M.Fonteius.
CICERO, Oratio pro Fonteio
(P. Fonteius) - adoptive father of P.Clodius
transferred to the plebeians, after being "adopted" by P.Fonteius.
(A. Fonteius) - an officer in Caesar's army
orcments, but dismisses Avienus and Fonteius, two disloyal tribunes.
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