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  Numa   Pompilius - king of Rome, late 8th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Pompilius
181/11 The "books of Numa" are discovered, but they are publicly burnt by
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Numa
    Within translations:
Cic:DeOr_1.37   of eloquence apparent in Numa Pompilius, in Servius Tullius,
Cic:DeOr_2.154   (whence some report that Numa Pompilius, one of our
Cic:DeOr_3.197   by our most learned monarch Numa and our ancestors, (as the
Cic:Rep_2.25-33 *   {13.} [25]   And since Numa Pompilius had the reputation of
Cic:Rep_3.47   referring to is Romulus or Pompilius or Tullus, perhaps you will
Cic:Rep_5.3   in my opinion our ownking Numa followed most closely this ancient
Cic:Tusc_4.3   came after him, that king Numa was a Pythagorean. For, being
Ennius:Ann_116   II & - & The Reigns of Numa Pompilius, Tullus Hostilius
Ennius:Ann_124-127 *   are Rome? [124] & The reign of Numa Pompilius. Numa visits
Ennius:Ann_130   Pomona. [130] & Numa asks for his institutions to be
Euseb]:Chron_291   Romulus - for 38 years Numa Pompilius - for 41 years Tul
Festus:Brev_2   five days and one year; Numa Pompilius reigned 43 years;
Lucian:Macr_8   high degree. [8] Numa Pompilius, most fortunate of the
Naev:Pun_23   utions of Romulus (or of Numa Pompilius) : NONIUS : 'Casti
Oros_3.8   never after the time of Numa's death had there been any
Oros_4.12   only in the reign of Numa
Plin:HN_33.9   king's statue excepting those of Numa and Servius Tullius, and not
Plin:HN_33.24   them on the statues of Numa and Servius Tullius. Afterwards people
Plin:HN_34.1   corporation established by King Numa was the Guild of
Plin:HN_34.33   Janus, dedicated by King Numa, which is worshipped as
Plin:HN_35.159   wheel, because of which King Numa established a seventh Guild, the
Plut:Phoc_3   stice was of one kind in Numa, and in Agesilaus of another
Polyaen_8.4.1   [see also: Livy, 1.14] [4] Numa. To turn the Romans
ValMax_1.1.12   it was the body of Numa Pompilius, son of Pomponius. In
ValMax_1.2.1   [2.1]   Numa Pompilius, so that he might

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