Licinius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Licinius   (P. Valerius Licinianus Licinius) - Roman emperor, 307-324 A.D.
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Julian:Caes_315 of heroes. As for Licinius, he came as far as the door,

  Licinius 2   (S. Licinius) - tribune of the plebs, 138 B.C.
138/6 The tribunes Licinius and Curiatius place the consuls in prison.

  Licinius 3   - a Roman official at the Lupercalia, 44 B.C.
Ennius:Ann_429 29] & Defeat of P. Licinius Crassus in a cavalry-battle
NicDam_130.71 ple toga. At first Licinius advanced toward him carrying

  Licinius   - in documents
CIL_1.2510 will and testament of Lucius Licinius son of Titus.

Liciniussee Archias7

Liciniussee Calvus

Liciniussee Crassus

Liciniussee Geta

Liciniussee Licinus

Liciniussee Lucullus

Liciniussee Macer

Liciniussee Murena

Liciniussee Nerva

Liciniussee Varus3


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