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  Maximus   (Q. Fabius Maximus Rullianus) - Roman consul five times, from 322 B.C.
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  + Drusus , Fabius , Rullus
324/18 Q.Fabius, the magister equitum, attacks and defeats the Samnites.
324/27 Papirius attempts to punish Q.Fabius for disobeying his commands.
322/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Maximus Rullianus, L. Fulvius Curvus
321/4 Q.Fabius celebrates a triumph over the Samnites and Apulians.
321/16 Papus to be dictator, after Q.Fabius resigns for technical reasons.
315/24 The dictator Q.Fabius defeats the Samnites near Sora.
315/25 Fabius punishes the soldiers who were defeated by the Samnites.
310/_ Consuls Q. Fabius M.f. Maximus Rullianus (II), C. Marcius C.f. Rutilu
310/4 Fabius crosses the Ciminian forest.
310/20 Fabius defeats the Etruscans in a second battle (? near Perusia).
309/18 The triumph of Fabius, over the Etruscans.
308/_ uls: P. Decius P.f. Mus (II), Q. Fabius M.f. Maximus Rullianus (III)
308/17 Fabius defeats the Umbrians at Mevania.
307/15 Fabius defeats the Samnites at Allifae.
304/7 The censor Q.Fabius holds a parade of the equites.
304/25 The censors Q.Fabius and P.Decius distribute the urban plebs amongst
297/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius M.f. Maximus Rullianus (IV), P. Decius P.F. Mus
297/10 Fabius defeats the Samnites, while Decius invades Apulia.
297/19 Fabius refuses to stand for re-election as consul for the following
296/4 The proconsuls Decius and Fabius capture Murgantia and other towns
296/9 Fabius and Decius are elected consuls to take charge of the war again
295/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius M.f. Maximus Rullianus (V), P. Decius P.f. Mus (IV
295/1 Fabius is assigned Etruria as his province, and enrols volunteers to
295/2 Fabius reports to the senate on the situation in Etruria, and Decius
295/23 The triumph of Fabius, over the Samnites, Etruscans, and Gauls.
293/4 Fabius dedicates a temple to Jupiter Victor.
290/17 The triumphant career of Fabius Rullianus.
290/18 The death of Fabius Rullianus.
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_421   was appointed dictator, with Drusus as magister equitum.
CIL_6.1318   equitum, Q. Fabius Maximus [son] of Ambustus, [joined]
FastCap_p46   Fabius M.f. N.n. Maximus Rullianus - in order to manage
FastCap_p48   [310] & Q. Fabius M.f. N.n. Maximus Rullianus II , C.
FastCap_p50   [295] & Q. Fabius M.f. N.n. Maximus Rullianus V , P.
FastTr_p96   Fabius M.f. N.n. Maximus Rullianus, consul, & over the
FastTr_p97   Fabius M.f. N.n. Maximus Rullianus (III), consul (V),
Oros_3.15   in a battle in which Fabius, master of the horse had
Oros_3.21   during the consulship of Fabius Maximus (consul for the fifth time)
Oros_3.22   office, his father Fabius Maximus, although detesting the ignoble
Plin:HN_7.133   Ambustus, his son Fabius Rullianus and his grandson Quintus
Polyaen_8.15.1   Quintus.  Quintus Fabius, when very advanced in years,
ValMax_2.2.9   succession of holidays. Q. Fabius instituted that the knights
ValMax_2.7.8   Papirius the dictator when Q. Fabius Rullianus master of the had
ValMax_3.2.9   whose wonderful courage Fabius Maximus Rullianus, master of the
ValMax_5.7.1   [7.1]   Fabius Rullianus after he had been
ValMax_8.1.9   a few words of Q. Maximus, his father-in-law, saved him from

  Maximus 2   (Q. Fabius Maximus Gurges) - Roman consul, 292 B.C.
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  + Fabius
292/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Gurges, D. Junius D.f. Brutus Scaeva
292/13 Fabius Gurges gains a reputation for gluttony.
292/14 Fabius Gurges is defeated by the Samnites, but his father defends him
292/16 Fabius defeats the Samnites in a second battle, with the help of his
292/18 The triumph of Fabius over the Samnites, after which C.Pontius is exe
276/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Gurges (II), C. Genucius L.f. Clepsin
275/1 The triumph of Fabius Gurges, over the Samnites, Lucanians, and Brutt
    Within translations:
FastCap_p52   [276] & Q. Fabius Q.f. M.n. Maximus Gurges II , C. Genu
FastTr_p98   Fabius Q.f. M.n. Maximus Gurges (II), consul (II), & ove
Oros_3.22   the following year the consul Fabius Gurges 292 B.C. fought without
Oros_4.2   In the consulship of Fabius Gurges (his second) and of C.
Plin:HN_7.133   and his grandson Quintus Fabius Gurges.
ValMax_4.3.9   judgment of his, Q. Fabius Gurges, N. Fabius Pictor, and Q.
ValMax_5.7.1   as legate to his son Fabius Gurges, who was then marching

  Maximus 3   (Q. Fabius Maximus Gurges) - Roman consul, 265 B.C.
  + Fabius
265/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Gurges, L. Mamilius Q.f. Vitulus
265/26 Q.Fabius becomes an augur.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54   [265] & Q. Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus Gurges , L. Mamiliu
Oros_4.7   of Appius Claudius and Q. Fabius 264 B.C. the Romans sent

  Maximus 4   (Q. Fabius Maximus Verrucosus) - Roman consul five times, from 233 B.C.
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  + Fabius , Quintus
233/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Verrucosus, M'. Pomponius M'.f. Matho
233/8 Q.Fabius dedicates a temple to Honour.
233/9 Q.Fabius defeats the Ligurians.
232/1 The triumph of Q.Fabius, over the Ligurians.
228/_ Carvilius Sp.f. Maximus (II), Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Verrucosus (II)
221/37 Fabius Maximus (? or Minucius) is forced to resign as dictator.
217/26 Q.Fabius Maximus is appointed dictator, and collects new recruits for
217/30 Fabius declines to enter a set battle with Hannibal.
217/32 Hannibal is trapped by Fabius near Falernum, but escapes.
217/43 magister equitum, M.Minucius, is granted the same powers as Fabius.
217/44 Fabius saves Minucius from defeat by Hannibal.
217/51 The delaying tactics of Fabius earn him the title of Cunctator.
216/1 Fabius resigns as dictator.
215/8 forced to resign after a bad omen; Q.Fabius is elected in his place.
215/32 Fabius advances into Campania.
214/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Verrucosus (IV), M. Claudius M.f. Mar
214/1 Q.Fabius supervises elections, in which he is re-elected as consul.
213/1 The son of Q.Fabius is elected consul, despite the misgivings of his
209/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Verrucosus (V), Q. Fulvius M.f. Flacc
209/10 Fabius captures Tarentum.
208/2 The triumph of Fabius, for his recovery of Tarentum.
204/1 M.Cato becomes a political ally of Fabius Maximus.
204/33 The death of Q.Fabius Maximus, the son of Fabius Cunctator.
203/25 Fabius is awarded a crown of grass for saving Rome from Hannibal.
203/26 The generous treatment by Fabius of a Marsian and a Lucanian who were
203/27 comments on the character of Fabius, and his role in the defeat of
203/28 The death of Fabius Maximus Cunctator, who had been augur for 62 year
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Fabius
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Cic:Brut_57   speaking. Quintus Maximus Verrucosus was likewise reckone
Cic:Brut_72   at Tarentum by Quintus Maximus in his fifth consulship
Cic:Brut_77   ere C. Flaminius, C. Varro, Q. Maximus, Q. Metellus, P.
Cic:DeOr_2.273   which he intended; as Fabius Maximus did with Livius Salinator, **
Cic:Rep_1.1   with greater fury, could Quintus Maximus ** have reduced it to
Cic:Rep_5.10   spirited and pugnacious, and Maximus thoughtful and cautious .
Cic:Tusc_1.110   and the two Africani, and Maximus, and Marcellus, and Paulus, and
Cic:Tusc_3.70   whom we may reckon Q. Maximus, when he buried his son
CIL_6.40953   13.3.14 ) Q. Fabius Maximus [Q. Fabius] Max
CIL_11.1828   13.3.80 ) Q. Fabius Maximus. Found at Arret
Ennius:Ann_272   And he sang ... of Fabius' delays that were fraught with
Ennius:Ann_287   87] & The fourth consulship of Fabius, 214 B.C. : NONIUS
Ennius:Ann_360   reminiscence of Fabius Maximus Cunctator : CICERO : How
FastCap_p58   [233] & Q. Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus Verrucosus , M'.
FastCap_p60   Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus Verrucosus , magister equitum:
FastCap_p62   [209] & Q. Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus Verrucosus V , Q.
FastTr_p101   Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus Verrucosus, consul, & over the
Nepos_11.2   of old the soldiers of Fabius ** were called true Romans,
Nepos_23.5   the Roman dictator Quintus Fabius Maximus opposed himself to
Nepos:Cat_1   In the consulate of Quintus Fabius and Marcus Claudius 214 B.C.
Oros_4.15   period, however, Fabius Maximus, the dictator, slowed
Oros_4.16   Gracchus and Q. Fabius Maximus, Claudius Marcellus 215 B.C.
Oros_4.18   camp. 5 The consul Fabius Maximus 209 B.C. stormed Tarentum a
Plin:HN_7.156   lived 108 years. Quintus Fabius Maximus was augur for 63 years.
Plin:HN_33.45   the dictatorship of Quintus Fabius Maximus {217 BC} asses of one
Plin:HN_34.40   moving it with great labour, Fabius Verrucosus left it alone when
Plut:Mor_195   MAXIMUS. Fabius Maximus would not fight, but chose to
Plut:Mor_196   at him; [196] but said Fabius, You say true, for if you
Polyaen_8.14.1-3 *   sacrifice of his son. [14] Fabius. Fabius, when he
Poseidon_42   & Plut:Marc_9 & Fabius is called the shield, and Marcel
ValMax_1.1.5   was the reason that Fabius Maximus quitted the dictatorship and that
ValMax_2.2.4   maintained, that Q. Fabius Maximus, five times consul, and
ValMax_2.2.5   Now we have praised Q. Fabius, the men of admirable constancy
ValMax_3.8.2   in patriotism, which Fabius Maximus rendered indefatigably for the
ValMax_4.1.5   [1.5]   But Fabius Maximus, observing that he himself had
ValMax_4.8.1   of money has made Fabius Maximus highly praised through many ages
ValMax_4.8.2   wealth to the poverty of Fabius. For though she sustained about
ValMax_5.2.3   the people toward Q. Fabius Maximus. When he died after holding
ValMax_5.2.4   was gratitude shown to this Fabius, while he was still living.
ValMax_7.3.7   [3.7]   Fabius Maximus, whose role it was to
ValMax_7.3e.8   Hannibal, finding that Fabius Maximus's policy of delay was
ValMax_8.13.3   [13.3]   Q. Fabius Maximus for sixty-two years held the
ValMax_9.3.1   he was advised by Fabius Maximus that he should not fight

  Maximus 5   (Q. Fabius Maximus) - Roman consul, 213 B.C.
  + Fabius
213/_ Consuls: Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus, Ti. Sempronius Ti.f. Gracchus (II)
213/4 The consul Fabius orders his father to dismount in his presence.
204/33 The death of Q.Fabius Maximus, the son of Fabius Cunctator
    Within translations:
FastCap_p60   [213] & Q. Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus , Ti. Sempronius
ValMax_4.1.5   of the people, where his son was created consul, pleaded very

  Maximus 8   (Q. Fabius Maximus Aemilianus) - Roman consul, 145 B.C.
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  + Fabius
182/17 ted into other families, and take on the names of Fabius and Scipio.
145/_ Consuls: Q.Fabius Q.f. Maximus Aemilianus, L. Hostilius L.f. Mancinus
145/3 The consul Q.Fabius is given command of the Roman army in Spain.
145/23 Fabius Aemilianus declines to join battle with Viriathus.
144/6 Fabius defeats Viriathus, who escapes to a town called Baecor.
143/1 Fabius spends the winter at Corduba.
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Diod_33.1   brave exploits, until Fabius was appointed to go out
FastCap_p70   [145] & Q. Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus Aemilianus , L. Hos
ValMax_2.2.1   the conscript fathers Q. Fabius Maximus only, and he also not
ValMax_2.7.11   the same province, Q. Fabius Maximus, wishing to crush the fierce

  Maximus 9   (Q. Fabius Maximus Allobrogicus) - Roman consul, 121 B.C.
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  + Fabius
132/21 The dissolute youth of Q.Fabius Maximus.
129/20 Q.Maximus gives a public banquet in memory of Scipio.
121/_ Consuls: L. Opimius Q.f., Q. Fabius Q.Aemiliani f. Maximus
121/12 Q.Fabius Maximus defeats Bituitus, the king of the Arverni, by the
121/23 is too nervous to continue speaking in a case heard by Q.Maximus.
119/13 The triumph of Q.Fabius Maximus, over the Allobroges.
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Apollod:Fr_25   the Celtic Gauls, founded by Fabius, the general of the
Cic:Brut_107   the same accomplishments to Q. Maximus, the grandson of
Cic:DeOr_1.121   that I owed to Q. Maximus ** the greatest of obligations
FastTr_p106   .Aemiliani f. Q.n. Maximus, proconsul, & over the Allobrog
Oros_5.14   of the City, the consul Fabius 121 B.C. encountered Bituitus, king
Plin:HN_7.166   killed, the consul Quintus Fabius Maximus got rid of a quartan
Plin:HN_33.141   with that amount! His brother Allobrogicus was the first person who
Schol:Bob_118   the speech that Q.Fabius Maximus used in his funeral orati
ValMax_3.5.2   the son of Q. Fabius Maximus Allobrogicus - an illustrious citizen
ValMax_6.9.4   debauched life than Q. Fabius Maximus, who afterwards by the great
ValMax_7.5.1   a banqueting hall by Fabius Maximus, who was giving a feast
ValMax_8.15.4   his support to Q. Fabius Maximus, the son of his brother,
ValMax_9.6.3   to the protection of Fabius his successor. Sending for

  Maximus 10   (Q. Fabius Maximus) - son of Fabius Allobrogicus
  + Fabius
91/38 praetor Q.Pompeius prevents Q.Fabius from spending his inheritance,
Cic:Tusc_1.81   which of his family the nephew of Africanus's brother was like?

  Maximus 11   (Q. Fabius Maximus Servilianus) - Roman consul, 142 B.C.
  + Fabius , Serviliani , Servilianus
142/_ Caecilius Q.f. Metellus Calvus, Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Servilianus
142/5 Servilianus arrives in Spain with two new legions, and repels an init
142/8 Viriathus defeats Servilianus; the bravery of Fannius enables the Rom
141/5 Fabius defeats Viriathus, captures several Lusitanian towns, and puni
140/2 Viriathus defeats the Romans under Fabius near the town of Erisane.
140/3 Treaty between Viriathus and Fabius.
116/_ ls: C. Licinius P.f. Geta, Q. Fabius Q.Serviliani f. Maximus Eburnus
    Within translations:
FastCap_p70   Calvus , Q. Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus Servilianus censors
FastCap_p72   P.f. . . Geta , Q. Fabius Q.Serviliani f. Q.n. Maximus
Oros_5.4   Metellus and Q. Fabius Maximus Servilianus 142 B.C. an

  Maximus 12   (Q. Fabius Maximus Eburnus) - Roman consul, 116 B.C.
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  + Fabius
143/23 Syll_684, a letter from Q.Fabius to the city of Dyme, describing the
132/4 Rupilius punishes Q.Fabius for losing control of Tauromenium.
116/_ ls: C. Licinius P.f. Geta, Q. Fabius Q.Serviliani f. Maximus Eburnus
113/19a Q.Fabius leads a Roman embassy to Crete.
103/22 Q.Fabius Maximus is convicted of murdering his young son.
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FastCap_p72   Serviliani f. Q.n. Maximus - they completed the 63th lustr
Oros_5.16   those same days Q. Fabius Maximus sent his youthful son away
Syll_685   (112/1)   came to Crete with Quintus Fabius. They had seen th
Syll_712.E   om Rome - Quintus Fabius Maximus, son of Quintus, Gaius Fanniu
ValMax_2.7.3   slaves, banished his son-in-law Q. Fabius out of the province, for
ValMax_6.1.5   [1.5]   Quintus Fabius Maximus Servilianus, after he had served

  Maximus 13   (Q. Fabius Maximus) - suffect consul, 45 B.C.
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  + Fabius
46/53 anded by Q.Pedius and Q.Fabius Maximus, to suppress unrest in Spain.
45/53 The triumph of Q.Fabius, from Spain.
45/55 Q.Fabius and C.Trebonius are appointed to be consuls for the rest of
45/68 Rebilus is appointed consul for one day, after the death of Fabius.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_709   Julius Caesar (IV) and Fabius Maximus. & In the year of
CIL_6.1304   ipio and Q. Fabius [Q.] Fabius Maximus, son of Quin
FastCap_p78   same year: Q. Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus - died in office
FastTr_p108   Fabius Q.f. Q.n. Maximus, consul, & from Spain, 3 id.Oct
Nepos:Att_18   pio Cornelius and Fabius Maximus, of that of the Fabii and
Plin:HN_7.181   former at Rome; Quintus Fabius Maximus on 31 December in the

  Maximus 14   (Paullus Fabius Maximus) - Roman consul, 11 B.C.
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ExcBarb_50B   Mesalla and Serinianus Maximus and Tubero Africanus and
Plin:HN_7.150   his suspicion in regard to Fabius and the betrayal of secrets;
Plin:HN_8.65   of Marcus Tubero and Paullus Fabius, at the dedication of the

  Maximus 15   (Africanus Fabius Maximus) - Roman consul, 10 B.C.
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ExcBarb_50B and Tubero Africanus and Maximus Aruntius and Priscus Cens

  Maximus 16   (M'. Valerius Volusus Maximus) - Roman dictator, 494 B.C.
  + Valerius
Cic:Brut_54 the Mons Sacer, M. Valerius the dictator appeased their
CIL_11.1826 3.78 ) M'. Valerius Maximus. Found at Arret
FastTr_p91 ius [Volusi f. ... Maximus,] dictator, & [over the Sabines

  Maximus 17   (M. Valerius Lactuca Maximus) - suffect consul, 437 B.C.
FastTr_p93 M'.n. (?) Lactuca Maxi]mus, [consul, & over the ...], id.

  Maximus 18   (M. Valerius Maximus Corrinus) - Roman consul 312 B.C.
  + Valerius
312/_ Consuls: M. Valerius M.f. Maximus Corrinus, P. Decius P.f. Mus
312/11 Valerius (? or Decius) celebrates a triumph over the Samnites, and
306/26 nius Bubulcus and M.Valerius Maximus review the senate, build a templ
301/_ Consuls ( M. Valerius M.f. Maximus, dictator for the year
301/20 The dictator Valerius defeats the Marsi.
301/30 Valerius defeats the Etruscans near Rusellae, after which they agre
301/31 Valerius celebrates a triumph over the Etruscans and Marsi.
299/9 lling from his horse, and M.Valerius is elected consul in his place
299/10 Valerius invades Etruria.
289/_ Consuls: M. Valerius M.f. Maximus Corvinus (II), Q. Caedicius Q.f.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p48   [312] & M. Valerius M.f. M.n. Maximus , P. Decius P.f.
FastTr_p96   Valerius M.f. M.n. Maximus, consul, & over the Samnites
ValMax_2.9.2   was imitated by M. Valerius Maximus and C. Junius Bubulcus Brutus

  Maximus 19   (M. Valerius Maximus) - Roman consul 286 B.C.
286/_ Consuls: M. Valerius Maximus, C. Aelius Paetus
ValMax_3.5.2   [5.2]   Again, Q. Fabius Maximus, the son of Q. Fabius

  Maximus 20   (Sp. Carvilius Maximus) - Roman consul 293 B.C.
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  + Carvilius
293/_ Consuls: L. Papirius L.f. Cursor, Sp. Carvilius C.f. Maximus
293/8 Papirius informs Carvilius of his intention to fight at Aquilonia.
293/9 efeats the Samnites at Aquilonia, while Carvilius captures Cominium.
293/15 Carvilius defeats the Etruscans, and forces the Faliscans to sue for
292/1 Carvilius celebrates a triumph over the Samnites, and dedicates a col
272/_ nsuls: L. Papirius L.f. Cursor (II), Sp. Carvilius C.f. Maximus (II)
272/15 The final subjugation of the Samnites by Carvilius.
272/31 Carvilius and Papirius both celebrate triumphs, over the ? Samnites,
    Within translations:
FastCap_p50   arvilius C.f. C.n. Maximus [ Years 292 - 285 are missing]
FastCap_p52   II , Sp. Carvilius C.f. C.n. Maximus II censors: L. Papi
FastTr_p97   arvilius C.f. C.n. Maximus, consul, & over the Samnites,
FastTr_p98   arvilius C.f. C.n. Ma]ximus (II), [consul (II), & over the
Plin:HN_34.43   beauty of the work. Spurius Carvilius also made the Jupiter that

  Maximus 21   (Sp. Carvilius Maximus) - Roman consul 234 B.C.
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  + Carvilius
234/_ Consuls: L. Postumius A.f. Albinus, Sp. Carvilius Sp.f. Maximus
233/3 The triumph of Carvilius, over the Sardinians.
231/16 Sp.Carvilius divorces his wife, which is the first divorce since the
228/_ Consuls: Sp. Carvilius Sp.f. Maximus (II), Q. Fabius Q.f. Maximus Ver
    Within translations:
FastCap_p58   nus , Sp. Carvilius Sp.f. C.n. Maximus censors: C. Atilius
FastTr_p101   rvilius Sp.f. C.n. Maximus, consul, & over the Sardinians,
ValMax_2.1.4   founded. The first was Spurius Carvilius, who divorced his wife for

  Maximus 22   (Cn. Mallius Maximus) - Roman consul 105 B.C.
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  + Mallius
106/16 Cn.Mallius is elected consul, in preference to Q.Catulus.
105/_ Consuls: P. Rutilius P.f. Rufus, Cn. Mallius Cn.f. Maximus
105/11 Disputes between Mallius and Caepio.
103/12 Caepio and Mallius are both exiled, following riots instigated by the
    Within translations:
Cic:DeOr_2.125   the compassion excited for Gnaeus Manlius, ** or that in favour
FastCap_p72   Mallius Cn.f. . . Maximus [ Years 104 - 100 are missing]
GranLic_11   rmy. &# The consul Mallius was alarmed by this victory of
GranLic_12   tuated not far away from Mallius' camp, 10 but he could
ValMax_2.3.2   consul, the colleague of Cn. Mallius. For not following the example

  Maximus 23   (Vibius Maximus) - a slave, elected as quaestor, 1st century B.C.
39/15 Vibius Maximus, a quaestor designate, is identified as a slave and
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_1976   not in Ar.] Vibius Maximus, when quaestor designate, was
Oros_5.16   the City, the consul C. Manlius 105 B.C. and the proconsul

  Maximus 24   (M. Valerius Maximus) - Roman consul, 456 B.C.
  + Maxumus
FastCap_p30 M. Valerius M'.f. Volusi n. Maxumus , Sp. Verginius A.f

  Maximus 25   (M. Valerius Lactucinus Maximus) - consular tribune, 398 B.C.
FastCap_p36 III M. M.f. M.n. Lactucinus Maximus Q. Servilius Q.f.

  Maximus 26   (Sex. Quintilius Valerius Maximus) - Roman consul, 151 A.D.
SelPap_2.401 sulship of Condianus and Maximus, Valerius Tertius

  Maximus 27   (Gaius Julius Verus Maximus) - Roman emperor, 236-238 A.D.
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SelPap_2.303 and Gaius Julius Verus Maximus the most sacred Ca
SelPap_2.326 and Gaius Julius Verus Maximus Germanicus Maximus Da

  Maximus 28   (Magnus Maximus) - Roman emperor, Gaul and Britain, 383-388 A.D.
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Oros_7.34   army in Britain proclaimed Maximus emperor against his will.
Oros_7.35   After this war in which Maximus was slain, many wars, both

  Maximus 29   (M'. Laberius Maximus) - Roman consul, 103 A.D.
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Plinius:Ep_10.74 the slave of Laberius Maximus, & that he had been made

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