Furnius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Furnius 2   (C. Furnius) - tribune of the plebs, 50 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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48/56 icus of Neapolis, Demetrius, Furnius, Pythodorus, Theophanes, Tritanu
43/72 c:Fam_10.25 & 12.25a, letters from Cicero to Furnius and Cornificius.
43/81 c:Fam_10.26 & 12.30, letters from Cicero to Furnius and Cornificius.
37/21 C.Furnius and his son are in their prime as orators.
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_15.14   mine, and there is Curio, and Furnius too. I pray you to
Hieron:Chron_1980   . [1980] The two Furnii, father and son, were in their
Oros_6.19   Antony's generals, Titius and Furnius, after he had repeatedly

  Furnius 3   (C. Furnius) - Roman consul, 17 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
THI_215 The consuls Gaius Furnius and Gaius Silanus {17 B.C.}

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