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  Piso   (C. Calpurnius Piso) - Roman praetor, 211 B.C.
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211/32 The praetor C.Calpurnius Piso refuses to allow a son of Terentius to

  Piso 2   (C. Calpurnius Piso) - Roman consul, 180 B.C.
  + Calpurnius
185/8 The praetors C.Calpurnius and L.Quinctius win a victory over the Span
184/3 C.Calpurnius and L.Quinctius celebrate triumphs for their victory in
180/_ Consuls: A. Postumius A.f. Albinus, C. Calpurnius C.f. Piso
180/1 Piso dies of the plague, and Q.Fulvius is elected consul in his place
    Within translations:
FastCap_p64 inus , C. Calpurnius C.f. C.n. Piso - died in office , Q.

  Piso 4   (L. Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus) - Roman consul, 148 B.C.
148/_ Postumius Sp.f. Albinus Magnus, L. Calpurnius C.f. Piso Caesoninus
148/16 Piso is repulsed from Aspis.
148/20 Piso is repulsed from Hippagreta.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p70 gnus , L. Calpurnius C.f. C.n. Piso Caesoninus [147] & P.

  Piso 5   (L. Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus) - Roman consul, 112 B.C.
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  + Calpurnius
112/_ Consuls: M. Livius C.f. Drusus, L. Calpurnius L.f. Piso Caesoninus
    Within translations:
Syll_685 (112/1)   . . . to the consul Lucius Calpurnius . . . . . . 6

  Piso 7   (L. Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus) - Roman consul, 58 B.C.
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105/12 the maternal grandfather of L.Piso (consul, 58 B.C.), moves to Place
59/40 Gabinius and Piso, the nominees of the triumvirs, are elected consuls
58/_ Consuls: L. Calpurnius L.f. Piso Caesoninus, A Gabinius A.f.
58/12 L.Piso visits Capua, where he hold the office of duumvir.
57/17 Piso secretly orders the death of Plator of Orestis.
57/57 Piso, as proconsul, plunders the province of Macedonia, and loses par
56/50 Piso commits further outrages in Macedonia, after hearing that he is
55/20 Piso returns from Macedonia to Rome.
55/30 Cic:Pis, Cicero's speech condemning Piso's conduct in Macedonia.
50/56 The censors, Claudius and Piso, complete the census after demoting
44/96 Piso criticises Antonius at a meeting of the senate.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_696 C. Antonius. [696] &   L. Piso and A. Gabinius. & In
Cic:Fam_12.2 hievement. Neither Piso, therefore, who was the first to
Cic:Fam_12.4 the conduct of Philippus and Piso as our emissaries. The
FastCap_p76 [58] & L. Calpurnius L.f. L.n. Piso Caesoninus , A. Gabini
Schol:Bob_108 ived by the pretences of Piso; [Cicero] knew his real char

  Piso 8   (L. Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus) - Roman consul, 15 B.C.
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ExcBarb_50B and Lepidus Rufinus and Piso Mesalla and Serinianus Maxim

  Piso 9   (L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi) - Roman consul, 133 B.C.
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149/40 L.Piso passes a law against extortion, the Lex Calpurnia de Repetundi
133/_ Consuls: P. Mucius P.f. Scaevola, L.Calpurnius L.f. Piso Frugi
133/22 after being defeated by the slaves, but Piso recaptures some towns.
123/12 to introduce a corn dole at Rome, despite the opposition of L.Piso.
115/18 L.Piso is given the surname Frugi because of his integrity.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_106 ingly find that L. Piso, then a tribune of the people, was
CIL_1.847 na) in Sicily. 133 B.C. Lucius Piso consul, son of Luc
FastCap_p72 vola , L. Calpurnius L.f. C.n. Piso Frugi [132] & P. Popil
Joseph:AJ_14.220 ecree, Lucius Calpurnius Piso of the Menenian tribe, Servi
Schol:Bob_96 be given the name was L.Piso, who passed a law about exto

  Piso 10   (L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi) - propraetor in Spain, 111 B.C.
112/9 Piso campaigns against Spanish rebels.
111/3 Piso is killed while in Spain, and Ser.Galba takes over as Roman comm

  Piso 12   (C. Calpurnius Piso Frugi) - Roman quaestor, 58 B.C.
58/70 C.Piso leaves the province of Pontus, where he is quaestor, to help
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_272 lication. As to C. Piso, my son-in-law, it is scarcely pos
Plut:Mor_205 where he left his son-in-law Piso. He answered, With you
Schol:Bob_108 well, through his son-in-law C.Piso, who was from the same

  Piso 13   (Cn. Calpurnius Piso) - Roman consul, 139 B.C.
139/_ Consuls: Cn. Calpurnius Piso, M. Popillius M.f. Laenas
    Within translations:
FastCap_p70 [139] & Cn. Calpurnius . . . Piso , M. Popillius M.f.

  Piso 14   (Q. Calpurnius Piso) - Roman consul, 135 B.C.
  + Calpurnius
135/_ Consuls: Ser. Fulvius Q.f. Flaccus, Q. Calpurnius C.f. Piso
135/4 Piso attacks Pallantia.
135/12 Piso winters in Carpetania.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_619 619] &   Ser. Fulvius and Q. Calpurnius. & In the year
FastCap_p72 ccus , Q. Calpurnius C.f. C.n. Piso [134] & P. Cornelius

  Piso 17   (C. Calpurnius Piso) - Roman consul, 67 B.C.
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68/15 C.Piso openly bribes voters in order to be elected as consul.
67/_ Consuls: C. Calpurnius Piso, M'. Acilius M'.f. Glabrio
67/9 The consul Piso tries to obstruct Pompeius' plans, but is forced
63/6 Caesar prosecutes C.Piso, who is defended by Cicero.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_239 ones. [239] & C. Piso, who comes next in order, had scar

  Piso 18   (M. Pupius Piso) - Roman consul, 61 B.C.
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  + Pupius
95/22 Orestes, and M.Pupius adopts Piso, even though both the adopters are
83/20 M.Piso refuses to serve as quaestor under L.Scipio.
82/51 Cicero is taken to listen to Pupius Piso.
81/12 M.Piso divorces his wife Annia in order to win favour with Sulla.
75/19 lected to be praetor urbanus, but M.Piso fails to be elected aedile.
69/26 The triumph of M.Piso, on his return from Spain.
61/_ Consuls: M. Pupius M.f. Piso Frugi Calpurnianus, M.Valerius M.f. Mess
58/8 Pupius Piso invites Clodius to dinner.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_693 by Q. Catulus. [693] &   M. Pupius and M. Valerius. &
Cic:Brut_230 act contemporaries, such as M. Piso, M. Crassus, Cn. Lentu
Cic:Brut_236 lus]. [236] But M. Piso derived all his talents from his
Cic:Brut_240 ted with me and M. Piso, not only as an intimate acquainta
Cic:Brut_308 rising into reputation,- Piso pleaded pretty often,- Pompo
Cic:Brut_310 declaimed in private with M. Piso, Q. Pompeius, or some
Euseb]:Chron_295 rius Messalla and Marcus Piso, who were consuls when Theop
Joseph:AJ_14.59 eius sent his lieutenant Piso with an army, and placed gar
Joseph:AJ_14.231 leon. While Marcus Piso the lieutenant lived in our city,
Joseph:BJ_01.143 to him, Pompeius sent Piso, one of his great officers,
Schol:Bob_96 M.Piso, who would himself have earned the surname of Frugi

  Piso 19   (Cn. Calpurnius Piso) - Roman quaestor, 65 B.C.
65/3 Catilina's accomplice Piso is sent as quaestor to eastern Spain, wher
    Within translations:
CIL_1.749 ) Cn. Calpurnius Piso Cn. Calpurnius P

  Piso 22   (Cn. Calpurnius Piso) - Roman consul, 23 B.C.
50/60 Cn.Piso prosecutes Manilius Crispus, a friend of Pompeius.
    Within translations:
ExcBarb_50A ullius Augustus (XI) and Piso At that time, when Lentulus
FastCap_p80 urnius Cn.f. Cn.n. Piso - elected in his place tribunician

  Piso 30   (C. Calpurnius Piso) - leader of the conspiracy against Nero, 65 A.D.
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Polyaen_08.62.1 [62] Epicharis. Piso and Seneca were accused of a consp

  Piso 41   (Cn. Piso) - a Roman officer, during the Second Punic War
203/16 Mago defeats and captures Cn.Piso.

  Piso   - in documents
THI_10 linus, Lucius Calpurnius Piso and Aulus Ducinius [Gem
Syll_685 (112/1)   consul Lucius [Calpurnius] Piso, son of Lucius. It


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