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(Cornelius Nepos) - a Roman historian and biographer, 1st century B.C.
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Nepos_, brief lives of great generals by Cornelius Nepos.
according to Cornelius Nepos, it was 100 years before
Ar.] The historian Cornelius Nepos was in his prime. 185
from the book of Cornelius Nepos on the Latin Historians.
 Cornelius Nepos wrote as follows to Cicero:
 while Livy and Cornelius Nepos state the breadth at the
which is stated by Cornelius Nepos to have been destroyed by
by many authors, even including Nepos, who lived on the banks
breadth is given by Cornelius _Nepos as 100 miles, by Livy
is 2150 miles, but Cornelius Nepos adds 350 miles, while Artemidorus
swallowed so greedily by Cornelius Nepos.
a place with which Cornelius Nepos connects the Eneti, from whom
than 375 miles, while Cornelius Nepos makes it 250 miles: by
mile from the coast; Cornelius Nepos gives it as being nearly
dine off them?  Cornelius Nepos records that before the victory
the one recorded by Cornelius Nepos to have followed into Italy
Shaggy Gaul possessed.' Incidentally Nepos adds also that he
the frames of chairs. Cornelius Nepos records that it was considered
llow-townsmen, Cornelius Nepos and Titus Catius, and he
ius Vergilius, Cornelius Nepos, and to Attius and Ennius,
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