Oppianicus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Oppianicus   (Statius Albius Oppianicus) - stepfather of A.Cluentius
82/48 M.Aurius is murdered, probably at the instigation of Oppianicus.
80/32 Oppianicus murders his own sons, so that he is free to marry Sassia.
75/33 Oppianicus allegedly murders his aunt Cluentia, his brother Gaius,
74/8 Further crimes of Oppianicus, including the murder of Asuvius and Din
74/17 Oppianicus is accused and convicted of the attempted murder of Cluent
74/24 rmitting Staienus to hand out bribes during the trial of Oppianicus.
74/25 ccepting bribes during the trial of Oppianicus, but he is acquitted.
72/58 ere involved in the trial of Oppianicus, are all convicted of corrupt
71/36 The death of the elder Oppianicus; Sassia alleges that her son Cluent
69/20 Sassia prompts another inquest into the death of Oppianicus.

  Oppianicus 2   (C. Oppianicus) - the brother of the elder Oppianicus
  + Gaius
75/33 his aunt Cluentia, his brother Gaius, and his sister-in-law Auria.


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