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  Livius   (T. Livius) - Latin historian, called Livy in English, born in 59 B.C.
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59/53 The birth of the historian T.Livius.
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_1955 nts which Sallustius and Livius relate about Catilina, Cet
Hieron:Chron_1958 rvinus and the historian Titus Livius of Patavium were bor
Hieron:Chron_2033 33] [not in Ar.] The historian Livius died at Patavium.
Joseph:AJ_14.68 besides these two, Titus Livius, the writer of the Roman
Just_38.3 as he finds fault with Livius and Sallustius for having
Malal_211 account from the writings of Livius. In the 15th year
Malal_215 from the Romans. Livius was alive at this time; he was

  Livius 2   (M. Livius) - commander of the Roman garrison in Tarentum, late 3rd century B.C.
Plut:Mor_195 Gods. & When M. Livius, who kept a garrison in the cast

  Livius   - in documents
CIL_1.41 CIL_1 .41 Marcus Livius. On stone, foun

Liviussee Andronicus3

Liviussee Denter

Liviussee Drusus

Liviussee Salinator


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