Labeo - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Q. Fabius Labeo) - Roman consul, 183 B.C.
Q.Fabius sails to Crete in an attempt to release Roman captives.
The triumph of Q.Fabius, for his naval victory over Antiochus.
Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Labeo, M. Claudius M.f. Marcellus
Q.Fabius Labeo judges a dispute between Neapolis and Nola.
ry. Quintus Fabius Labeo was likewise adorned with the sam
arcellus , Q. Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Labeo  & Cn. Baebius
Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Labeo, [praetor,] & naval triumph [from
Marcellus and Quintus Fabius Labeo 183 B.C. Polybius, under
also worth relating. Q. Fabius Labeo was appointed by the senate
(C. Atinius Labeo) - tribune of the plebs, 131 B.C.
The tribune C.Atinius Labeo attacks Q.Metellus, and threatens to thro
Rock by Gaius Atinius Labeo, surnamed Macerio, tribune of
that criminal audacity of Gaius Atinius for ever went unpunished.
(Q. Antistius Labeo) - a Roman jurist, and supporter of M.Brutus
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Labeo, Livius Drusus, Quintilius Varus and others commit suicide afte
- in documents
your surges Aegeus and Labeo, with their short-lived com
1216 Latin Text Gaius Caninius Labeo. Found at Rome. S
Lucius Hordioni(us) (?) Labeo, freedman of Lucius C
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