Perperna   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Perperna   (M. Perperna) - Roman consul, 130 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
130/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius Lentulus , M. Perperna M.f.
130/2 Perperna rushes to Asia.
130/3 Perperna defeats Aristonicus.
130/4 Perperna captures Stratoniceia: end of the war against Aristonicus.
130/12 Death of Perperna at Pergamum.
    Within translations:
CIL_6.1283 road-laying; consul with M. Perperna. CIL_6.1304
FastCap_p72 - elected in his place , M. Perperna M.f. . . [ Years
Just_36.4 life. The consul Perperna being sent in his place, reduc

  Perperna 2   (M. Perperna) - Roman consul, 92 B.C.
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148/30 The birth of M.Perperna, later consul and censor.
92/_ Consuls: C. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher, M. Perperna M.f.
86/51 The censors Philippus and Perperna review the senate.
49/26 The death of M.Perperna, at the age of 98 years.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p74 audius Ap.f. C.n. Pulcher , M. Perperna M.f. M.n. censors:

  Perperna 3   (M. Perperna Vento) - Roman praetor, 82 B.C.
  + Perpenna
82/43 M.Perperna organises resistance in Sicily, but leaves when he hears
77/28 Perperna takes the remainder of Lepidus' army to Spain, to fight alon
76/2 Perperna's soldiers insist on joining together with Sertorius' army.
75/9 Pompeius defeats Perperna and Herennius by the river Turia, near Vale
74/18 Perperna goes to Callaecia, where he captures the town of Cale.
72/19 Perperna establishes himself as leader of the remaining rebels in Spa
72/32 Pompeius defeats and kills Perperna; he destroys the privates papers
72/40 Pompeius treats the survivors of Perperna's army humanely.
    Within translations:
Diod_38.14 soldiers. Marcus Perpenna, the governor of Sicily, alone
Diod_38.22a uential of his officers, Perpenna and Tarquitius, conferre
Exsuper_42 partner and accomplice Perperna, in order to avoid punis
Exsuper_56 rwards Pompeius defeated Perperna and destroyed the cities
Sall:Hist_3.79 ch], in between Tarquitius and Perperna, who was the host.

  Perperna 4   (C. Perperna) - Roman praetor, (?) 91 B.C.
90/10 C.Perperna is stripped of his command after being defeated by P.Prese


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