Marullus   - in ancient sources @

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  Marullus   (C. Epidius Marullus) - tribune of the plebs, 44 B.C.
  + Gaius
44/14 Caesar deposes the tribunes Marullus and Flavus, after they remove
44/20 Caesar allows Marullus and Flavus to return from exile, at the reques
    Within translations:
NicDam_130.69   the tribunes, Lucius and Gaius, came up and ordered one
Obseq_70   tribune of the people C. Marullus, Tullius * * *. As
ValMax_5.7.2   plebs with his colleague Marullus had maliciously accused Caesar

  Marullus 2   - teacher of rhetoric, 1st century B.C.
30/51 Seneca the Elder and Latro are students of the rhetorician Marullus.

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