Murena - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(P. Licinius Murena) - Roman senator, early 1st century B.C.
ation.  & P. Murena had a moderate genius, but was
ost Pomponius, Censorinus, and Murena, from the roll of
(L. Licinius Murena) - Roman praetor, (?) 88 B.C.
Lucullus and L.Murena seize Mithridates' fleet.
The senate appoints Murena to take over as Roman commander in Asia.
Archelaus escapes from Mithridates, and goes to join Murena.
Murena attacks Comana, and rejects an embassy from Mithridates: the
refuses to take sides in the dispute between Murena and Mithridates.
Murena invades Pontus, ignoring instructions brought from Rome by Cal
Murena deposes Moagetes, tyrant of Cibyra.
Mithridates defeats Murena and forces him to retreat to Phrygia.
lus serves as quaestor under Murena; he is not involved in the fighti
Murena fails to suppress the pirates.
Sulla sends Gabinius to recall Murena from Asia.
The triumphs of Murena, over Mithridates, and Flaccus, from Celtiberi
this, he left his legate Murena in charge of the province
Licinius L.f. ... Murena, propraetor, & over king Mithrid
were also celebrated by Murena, from Asia, and by Valeriu
he suffered.  Murena was sent out as commander by the
(L. Licinius Murena) - Roman consul, 62 B.C.
L.Murena serves honourably under his father's command in Asia.
L.Murena serves as an officer in Lucullus' army during the war agains
Servius and Murena are rival candidates in the election of praetors.
Murena, as praetor, seeks popularity by organising public shows.
Murena goes out to govern Gaul, accompanied by Clodius.
Crowds greet Murena on his return to Rome from the province of Gaul.
Cato prosecutes the consul-elect Murena, who is defended by Cicero.
Consuls: D. Junius M.f. Silanus, L. Licinius L.f. Murena
CICERO, Oratio pro L.Murena
ark in [Cicero's] defence of L.Murena. But I think that
(C. Licinius Murena) - Roman aedile, (?) 59 B.C.
The aediles C.Murena and C.Varro import Spartan paintings to display
(A. Terentius Varro Murena) - Roman consul, 23 B.C.
A. Terentius A.f. . . Varro Murena - convicted in offic
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