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  Octavius 3   (Cn. Octavius) - Roman consul, 165 B.C.
170/26 The Roman envoys Popillius and Octavius visit allied Greek cities.
170/33 Sherk1_22, a decree of Argos in honour of Cn.Octavius.
167/15a Syll_650, the inscription from a statue of Cn.Octavius at Olympia.
167/24 The "naval" triumph of Octavius.
166/16 Octavius is elected consul after a hard-fought contest.
165/_ Consuls: T. Manlius A.f. Torquatus, Cn. Octavius Cn.f.
163/5 Roman embassy, led by Cn.Octavius, is sent to Syria.
162/1 Construction of the portico of Octavius.
162/2 The Roman legate Cn.Octavius is murdered at Laodiceia.
162/13 The senate erects a statue in honour of Cn.Octavius.
144/11 nstructs temples to Jupiter and Juno within the portico of Octavius.
53/34 a house which belonged to Cn.Octavius, in order to build an extens
    Within translations:
FastCap_p66 lius A.f. T.n. Torquatus , Cn. Octavius Cn.f. Cn.n. [164]
FastTr_p104 29th November) [167/6] & Cn. Octavius Cn.f. Cn.n., propr
THI_99.P (168)   as of Larisa Cn.Octavius was commander of the Roman
Just_33.2 Samothrace; and Cnaeus Octavius, being sent by the consu
Syll_612 (189)   praetor . . . Octavius, son of Gnaeus, consulted the
Syll_650 (168)   s statue of Gnaeus Octavius, [the general] of the

  Octavius 4   (Cn. Octavius) - Roman consul, 128 B.C.
128/_ Consuls: Cn. Octavius Cn.f., T. Annius Rufus
126/13 Hypsaeus and Cn.Octavius have a ridiculous procedural dispute in a

  Octavius 5   (M. Octavius) - tribune of the plebs, 133 B.C.
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133/7 Octavius vetoes the agrarian law, but is deposed.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_95 same class was M. Octavius, a man of inflexible constancy
Diod_34.6 people . . . He {Octavius?} had around him, not an ill-o
Diod_34.25 ogance, that he released Octavius, even though the people

  Octavius 6   (Cn. Octavius) - Roman consul, 87 B.C.
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88/58 Octavius and Cinna are elected consuls, and are forced to swear not
87/_ Consuls: Cn. Octavius Cn.f., L. Cornelius L.f. Cinna
87/4 amongst all the Roman tribes, but is expelled from Rome by Octavius.
87/36 assessment of Octavius' ability as an orator.
87/37 Octavius is murdered by Censorinus, an associate of Cinna.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_176 eloquence of Cn. Octavius, which was wholly unknown befo
Diod_38.2 a violent quarrel with Octavius, who accused him of betr
Exsuper_22 this was happening, Cinna and Octavius were elected consu
Exsuper_25 For this reason Octavius was aroused to put an end to
Exsuper_27 rters, and overcame and killed Octavius, the leader of Sul
FastCap_p74 killed in office [87] & Cn. Octavius Cn.f. Cn.n. - kill
FGrH_252.A aptured Ostia and forced Octavius to come to terms, but
GranLic_* 19-23 * Marius' orders. Octavius received six cohorts from Pomp

  Octavius 7   (M. Octavius) - tribune of the plebs, 119 B.C.
119/2 ension of the corn dole, and M.Octavius passes a law to reduce the

  Octavius 8   (L. Octavius) - Roman consul, 75 B.C.
75/_ Consuls: L. Octavius Cn.f., C. Aurelius M.f. Cotta
74/15 The death of Octavius, the new Roman commander in Cilicia.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p76 onius C.f. . . Curio [75] & L. Octavius Cn.f. C.n. , C.
THI_10 by the consuls Lucius Octavius and Gaius Aurelius C
Sall:Hist_2.40 wisdom. & Then L.Octavius and C.Cotta became consuls [75
Sall:Hist_2.42 the consuls to the house of Octavius, which was nearer
Sall:Hist_2.82 Cotta taking Hither Gaul and Octavius taking Cilicia.

  Octavius 9   (Cn. Octavius) - Roman consul, 76 B.C.
76/_ Consuls: Cn. Octavius M.f., C. Scribonius C.f. Curio
76/22 rio, while the other consul, Octavius, suffers from a debilitating
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_217 had summoned Curio and Octavius, who were then Consuls
Cic:Brut_222 Lucullus, and M. Octavius, the son of Cnaeus, who was
FastCap_p76 Lepidus Livianus [76] & Cn. Octavius M.f. Cn.n. , C.

  Octavius 10   (Cn. Octavius) - curule aedile, 50 B.C.
49/56 is forced to surrender to M.Octavius, one of Pompeius' officers,
48/7 M.Octavius attempts to besiege Salonae, but is driven off by the inha
47/36 Vatinius defeats Octavius in a sea battle near the island of Tauris.

  Octavius 14   (C. Octavius) - Roman praetor, 61 B.C.; father of the emperor Augustus
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62/27 C.Octavius is elected praetor, with more votes than any other candida
61/35 The humane behaviour of C.Octavius as praetor.
60/13 C.Octavius wipes out a group of runaway slaves at Thurii, on his way
59/35 C.Octavius defeats the Bessi.
58/33 C.Octavius dies while travelling home to Rome from Macedonia.
    Within translations:
CIL_6.1311 Text C. Julius Caesar and C. Octavius C. Julius Cae
NicDam_126.3 tate. [3] His father was Gaius Octavius, a man of senatori

  Octavius 15   - a legate of Crassus in his campaign against the the Parthians, 53 B.C.
Polyaen_07.41.1 Parthian army, had not Octavius, one of his legates, per

  Octavius 16   (L. Octavius Reatinus) - a Roman orator, 1st century B.C.
Cic:Brut_241 ccomplishment.- L. Octavius Reatinus died in his youth,

  Octavius   - in documents
CIL_10.6104 Latin Text Fresidia Flora and Octavius Antimachus. F
CIL_1.1596 CIL_1 .1596 Latin Text Publius Octavius. Naples or pos
CIL_1.677 reedman of Marcus Gnaeus Octavius, freedman of Numer
CIL_1.688 reedman of Aulus Publius Octavius Antiochus, freedma

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