Plancus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Cn. Munatius Plancus) - a Roman who was defended by L.Crassus in a court case
ssus, speaking in defence of Cn.Plancus, denounces the extravagance
(L. Munatius Plancus) - Roman consul, 42 B.C.
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c:Fam_13.29 & 13.44, letters from Cicero to L.Plancus and Q.Gallius.
m_10.1-2 & 12.20-22, letters from Cicero to Plancus and Cornificius.
Plancus founds a Roman colony at Raurica, on the river Rhine.
Cic:Fam_10.3, a letter from Cicero to Plancus.
0.4 & 16.26-27, letters from Plancus to Cicero and from Q.Cicero
-16f, letters from Cicero to Plancus, Capito and Cupiennius about the
The triumph of Plancus, from Gaul.
:Fam_10.5 & 11.8, letters from Cicero to Plancus and Decimus Brutus.
Plancus and Lepidus found a Roman colony at Lugdunum.
Cic:Fam_10.6 & 10.27, letters from Cicero to Plancus and Lepidus.
Cic:Fam_10.7-8 & 10.10, letters of Cicero to and from Plancus.
Cic:Fam_10.9 & 10.11-12, letters of Cicero to and from Plancus.
Cic:Fam_10.13-21a, letters of Cicero to and from Plancus.
Cic:Fam_10.22-23, letters of Cicero to and from Plancus.
Cic:Fam_10.24, a letter from Plancus to Cicero.
Consuls: M. Aemilius Lepidus (II) , L. Munatius Plancus
Sergius is pardoned by Plancus, although he had been named in the pro
Plancus and Titius desert from Antonius to Octavianus.
the consuls Lepidus and Plancus, [461'A] and the beginnin
in D. Brutus and Plancus; indeed, if you want the exact
ary inscription of L. Munatius Plancus (c. 20 B.C.) :
and Lepidus Munatius and Plancus Aemilius and Caesarius
censors: L. Munatius L.f. L.n. Plancus , Paullus Aemilius
Munatius L.f. L.n. Plancus, proconsul, & from Gaul, 4 k.Ja
in Ar.] Munatius Plancus, a follower of Cicero, was cons
the conspirators, and Munatius Plancus.  Directly
Lucius Munatius Plancus, the consul-elect, held Gallia
(L. Munatius Plancus) - an Roman officer serving under Sulla
Munatius defeats Neoptolemus at Chalcis.
(T. Munatius Plancus) - tribune of the plebs, 52 B.C.
public speech, the tribune Plancus urges the people of Rome not to
T.Munatius Plancus and Q.Pompeius Rufus, the tribunes of the previous
(L. Munatius Plancus) - Roman consul, 13 A.D.
(1st cent. A.D.) ustan Justice . . . [when Plancus] and Silius
Austorius and Silvanus Plancus and Avitus Pompeianus and
Munatius L.f. L.n. Plancus LUDI SAECULARES  & Ludi
(Plancus Bursa) - an officer of M.Antonius
Pontius Aquila defeats Plancus Bursa, an officer of Antonius, at Poll
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