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  Pompeius 3   (Q. Pompeius) - Roman consul, 141 B.C.
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141/_ Consuls: Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio, Q. Pompeius A.f.
141/1 Pompeius succeeds Metellus as Roman commander.
141/3 Pompeius unsuccessfully attacks Numantia.
141/8 Pompeius attacks Termentia.
141/10 Pompeius captures Malia.
140/4 Pompeius suffers reverses at Numantia.
139/2 Pompeius agrees to a treaty with the Numantines, after his army suffe
139/4 The senate disowns Pompeius' treaty.
137/12 Q.Pompeius is brought to trial by Q.Metellus and others, but acquitte
136/3 rius takes his oppponents Metellus and Pompeius as legates to Spain.
131/3 Q.Metellus and Q.Pompeius are elected censors; this is the first time
130/5a The censors Q.Pompeius and Q.Metellus complete the census.
124/7 eral comments on the life of Q.Pompeius, who achieved political succe
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_96 eir elders. For Q. Pompeius, according to the style of the
Cic:Brut_263 of the censor Q. Pompeius, by one of his daughters, died
Diod_33.17 [17] &   When Pompeius was preparing to besiege the
FastCap_p70 vilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio , Q. Pompeius A.f. . . [140] &
FastCap_p72 L.n. Metellus Macedonicus , Q. Pompeius A.f. . . . (both
Plut:Mor_200 to be consul, and asked Pompeius (who was thought to be

  Pompeius 6   (Q. Pompeius Rufus) - Roman consul, 88 B.C.
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91/38 The praetor Q.Pompeius prevents Q.Fabius from spending his inheritanc
88/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius L.f. Sulla, Q. Pompeius Q.f. Rufus
88/16 Scaevola discusses the split between Pompeius and Sulpicius.
88/17 ked by a mob of Sulpicius' supporters, who kill the son of Pompeius.
88/36 Sulla and Pompeius introduce a series of reforms at Rome, giving more
88/53 Q.Pompeius is murdered, allegedly at the instigation of Pompeius Stra
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Cic:Brut_206 Q. Caepio, and Q. Pompeius Rufus; though the latter compo
Cic:Brut_304 (?) although L. Memmius and Q. Pompeius spoke in their own
Cic:Brut_306 year, in which Sulla and Pompeius were Consuls [88 B.C.],
FastCap_p74 was later called Felix) , Q. Pompeius Q.f. . . Rufus -

  Pompeius 7   (A. Pompeius) - tribune of the plebs, 102 B.C.
Diod_36.13 den to wear the crown by Aulus Pompeius, a tribune of the

  Pompeius 9   (Q. Pompeius Rufus) - tribune of the plebs, 52 B.C.
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52/6 The tribunes Q.Pompeius and C.Sallustius call for the prosecution of
51/2 T.Munatius Plancus and Q.Pompeius Rufus, the tribunes of the previous

  Pompeius 10   (A. Pompeius) - a quaestor, honoured by the town of Interamna, (?) 82 B.C.
82/56 2510, an inscription in honour of A.Pompeius at Interamna in Umbria.

  Pompeius 13   (Q. Pompeius Rufus) - Roman praetor, 63 B.C.
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61/33 M.Caelius accompanies Q.Pompeius, the governor of Africa.

  Pompeius 14   (Sex. Pompeius) - a Roman commander against the Scordisci, late 2nd century B.C.
119/5 Scordisci defeat and kill Sex.Pompeius, but they are held in check

  Pompeius 15   (Sex. Pompeius) - grandfather of the triumvir
  + Sextus
Cic:Brut_97 ritten speeches of Pompeius (though it must be owned they
Cic:Brut_175 eus Pompeius, the son of Sextus, had some reputation as

  Pompeius 16   (Sex. Pompeius) - uncle of the triumvir; Roman jurist, early 1st century B.C.
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  + Sextus
Cic:Brut_175 orator; for his brother Sextus applied the excellent geni

  Pompeius 19   (Sex. Pompeius) - Roman consul, 35 B.C.
35/_ Consuls: L. Cornificius L.f., Sex. Pompeius Sex.f.
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ExcBarb_49B and the son of (?) Nerva Pompeius and Cornilius Libo and

  Pompeius 21   (Cn. Pompeius Strabo) - Roman consul, 89 B.C.
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  + Gnaeus
90/7 Cn.Pompeius is defeated by the Italians near Mount Falernus.
90/29 Pompeius defeats the Italians near Firmum.
89/_ Consuls: Cn. Pompeius Sex.f. Strabo, L. Porcius M.f. Cato
89/2 ttempts to encourage revolt in Etruria, but is defeated by Pompeius.
89/7 Vettius Scato meets and talks informally with Pompeius.
89/8 Pompeius defeats the Marsi.
89/26 Pompeius defeats a large force of Italians near Asculum, after which
89/33 The Vestini surrender to Pompeius.
89/34 The Paeligni surrender to Pompeius.
89/37 Pompeius grants Latin status to the Transpadanes.
89/39 Pompeius captures and sacks Asculum.
89/42 CIL_709, in which Pompeius grants Roman citizenship to a squadron
89/43 Pompeius grants Roman citizenship to P.Caesius of Ravenna.
89/49 The triumph of Pompeius Strabo, over the Picentes of Asculum.
88/53 mpeius is murdered, allegedly at the instigation of Pompeius Strabo.
87/20 Cn.Pompeius is summoned to defend Rome, but avoids engaging in battle
87/29 are repelled; a soldier in Pompeius' army discovers that he has kil
87/30 Pompeius establishes a Roman colony at Comum.
87/31 The greed and unpopularity of Cn.Pompeius Strabo.
87/32 Pompeius is killed, either by a bolt of lightning or by the plague
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_175 lful speaker; and Cnaeus Pompeius, the son of Sextus, had
CIL_1.709 .709 & Decree of Pompeius on citizenship (89 B.C.) :
CIL_1.857 .857 [ii] Hit Pompeius! CIL_1 .858 Latin
CIL_1.858 [iii] Bring safety for Pompeius ! CIL_1
Diod_37.2 victors, until Gnaeus Pompeius was made consul and comm
Diod_40.4 ius Magnus, son of Gnaeus, imperator, freed the coasts of
FastCap_p74 killed in battle [89] & Cn. Pompeius Sex.f. Cn.n. Strab
FastTr_p107 id.Jun. (12th June) 89 & Cn. Pompeius Sex.f. Cn.n. Strab
GranLic_* 18-23 * to Cinna. [18] &# Pompeius accepted the order of the sena

  Pompeius 22   (Cn. Pompeius Magnus) - Roman consul, 70 B.C.; called "Pompey" in English
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  + Pompei , Pompeian
106/13 The birth of Cn.Pompeius Magnus.
90/44 Aristodemus of Nysa is one of the teachers of Cn.Pompeius Magnus.
87/24 The young Cn.Pompeius stops a mutiny in his father's army.
86/50 Cn.Pompeius is accused of embezzlement, but acquitted, and marries
83/8 Cn.Pompeius raises an army in Picenum.
83/9 Pompeius defeats L.Junius Brutus.
83/10 Pompeius joins Sulla, who honours him with the title of "imperator".
82/4 Sulla sends Pompeius to join Metellus in northern Italy.
82/11 Pompeius defeats Marcius at Senae.
82/23 Pompeius defeats Carinas near Spoletium, and then ambushes a detachme
82/30 lees to Africa, and the remains of his army are crushed by Pompeius.
82/42 Sulla persuades Pompeius to divorce Antistia and marry Aemilia.
82/43 but leaves when he hears that Pompeius has been sent against him.
82/46 Pompeius captures and kills Carbo.
82/47 Pompeius puts the poet Q.Valerius Soranus to death after questioning
81/5 Pompeius establishes law and order in Sicily; he is persuaded by Sthe
81/6 ROL_p138, an inscription in honour of Pompeius at Agrigentum.
81/10 Pompeius defeats and kills Domitius.
81/11 Pompeius invades Numidia and established Hiempsal as king.
81/17 Pompeius persuades his army not to mutiny after they are ordered
81/18 Pompeius rewards Hasdrubal of Gades and several others with Roman cit
81/19 Cn.Pompeius takes on the name Magnus ("the Great").
81/20 The triumph of Pompeius, for his victories in Africa.
81/43 Aemilia, the wife of Pompeius, dies in childbirth.
81/65 pens a school of rhetoric at Rome, which is attended by Cn.Pompeius.
80/1 Sulla's law about Pompeius' return is blocked by C.Herennius.
77/11 Cn.Pompeius is appointed to lead the government forces against Lepidu
77/12 M.Brutus surrenders to Pompeius, and is killed near Mutina.
77/13 Pompeius' soldiers slaughter the senators of Mediolanum.
77/31 Pompeius is appointed to share the command with Metellus in the war
76/1 Pompeius crosses the Alps.
76/5 Pompeius suppresses unrest in Gaul during his march to Spain.
76/7 Saguntum and other cities welcome Pompeius on his arrival in Spain.
76/11 and destroys a legion from Pompeius' army, along with its leader
76/13 Sertorius outmanoeuvres Pompeius and captures Lauro.
75/2 Pompeius spends the winter amongst hostile Spanish tribes.
75/9 Pompeius defeats Perperna and Herennius by the river Turia, near Vale
75/11 indecisive battle at Sucro between Sertorius and Pompeius.
75/16 Sertorius defeats Pompeius, but is then defeated by Metellus at Segon
75/21 Further skirmishes between Pompeius and Sertorius in Celtiberia.
75/25 Pompeius spends the winter in the territory of the Vaccaei, and write
74/19 Sertorius surprises Pompeius at Palantia and forces him to retreat.
74/20 attacks the combined forces of Metellus and Pompeius at Calagurris.
73/1 Pompeius spends the winter in Gaul, where supplies are provided to
72/11 The city of Gades furnishes Pompeius with supplies.
72/14 ius was a great general, but Pompeius eventually gained the upper han
72/32 Pompeius defeats and kills Perperna; he destroys the privates papers
72/38 Pompeius gives Roman citizenship to L.Balbus of Gades.
72/39 Pompeius gives Roman citizenship to Trogus, the grandfather of the
72/40 Pompeius treats the survivors of Perperna's army humanely.
72/41 C.Cornelius serves as quaestor under Pompeius.
72/50 The consuls confirm Pompeius' grants of Roman citizenship in Spain.
71/1 Pompeius captures the rebel cities of Uxama and Calagurris.
71/7 Pompeius leaves Spain, and sets up a trophy on the Pyrenees.
71/18 Pompeius arrives back in Italy, and defeats a force of slaves attempt
71/24 Pompeius and Crassus are elected consuls for the following year.
71/30 his soldiers, even though Pompeius and Crassus refuse to disband
71/49 ius", which provides guidance to Pompeius on the duties of a consul.
71/50 The triumph of Pompeius, for his victories in Spain.
70/_ Consuls: Cn. Pompeius Cn.f. Magnus, M. Licinius P.f. Crassus
70/10 Popular pressure forces Pompeius and Crassus to stage a public reconc
70/27 since Sulla's reforms, and Pompeius, though consul, comes with his
70/32 Pompeius and Crassus are again reconciled, after constant disagreemen
67/4 the Lex Gabinia, which gives Pompeius wide-ranging powers to suppress
67/6 Pompeius makes thorough preparations for the war against the pirates,
67/8 Pompeius' forces clear the sea of pirates, within the space of 40 day
67/9 onsul Piso tries to obstruct Pompeius' plans, but is forced to give
67/10 Pompeius proceeds to Cilicia, via Athens and Rhodes, where he listens
67/14 Pompeius defeats and subdues the remaining pirates, who had escaped
67/25 tans attempt to surrender to Pompeius, but Metellus asserts his autho
67/33 Pompeius settles the remaining pirates at Pompeiopolis (Soli), Mallus
67/34 M.Varro is rewarded by Pompeius for his achievements as a commander
67/47 nscriptions on the bases of statues of Pompeius, in Delos and Samos.
66/3 war against Mithridates to Pompeius; Cicero speaks in support of
66/8 Pompeius receives news of his new command, and starts to prepare for
66/9 Pompeius enters into negotiations with Mithridates, and makes a pact
66/10 Pompeius re-enrols the Valerian legion, despite its mutinous behaviou
66/12 Pompeius meets Lucullus in Galatia, and takes charge of the rest
66/13 Pompeius invades Armenia Minor, and forces Mithridates to retreat.
66/17 Pompeius inflicts a severe defeat on Mithridates, in a battle fought
66/20 Mithridates escapes from Pompeius and sets off towards the kingdom
66/21 Pompeius founds the city of Nicopolis on the site of his victory over
66/29 Pompeius meets Tigranes near Artaxata, and reinstates him as king of
66/34 Pompeius places his army in winter quarters, near the river Cyrnus
66/35 lbanians, makes an unsuccessful attack on Pompeius' winter quarters.
65/5 Pompeius attacks Artoces, king of the Iberians, and forces him to sur
65/7 Pompeius invades Colchis.
65/11 Pompeius attacks Oroeses, king of the Albanians, and defeats him agai
65/12 Pompeius agrees a treaty with the Albanians, and other nations border
65/16 Pompeius rejects a request from the Parthian king Phraates for a trea
65/17 slaughter a detachment from Pompeius' army, on the way from Colchis
64/1 Pompeius spends the winter at Aspis.
64/2 the fortress of Sinoria to Pompeius, who finds Mithridates' corresp
64/8 Pompeius organises Pontus as a Roman province.
64/9 Pompeius creates a city called Pompeiopolis in place of Amisus and
64/16 Pompeius grants territories to neighbouring kings: Deiotarus in Armen
64/17 Pompeius forces Antiochus of Commagene into submission, and makes an
64/24 Pompeius is received with enthusiasm at Antioch and Seleuceia.
64/25 Pompeius refuses to re-instate Antiochus Asiaticus as king of Syria:
64/26 into new negotiations with Pompeius, but continues to make ambitiou
64/31 Pompeius organises Coele Syria and Phoenicia as Roman provinces; Arad
64/34 Pompeius receives envoys from the Syrians, Egyptians and Aristobulus
63/9 Pompeius marches to Damascus, establishing Roman control over Tripoli
63/14 Pompeius receives envoys from Hyrcanus and Aristobulus at Damascus.
63/24 Pompeius prepares to fight against Aretas and the Nabataean Arabs.
63/29 Pompeius enters Judaea; Hyrcanus submits to him, but Aristobulus rema
63/30 Pompeius receives news of the death of Mithridates.
63/31 Pompeius stays near Jericho, and puts Aristobulus under arrest.
63/36 special honours are voted for Pompeius' victory over Mithridates.
63/41 Pompeius captures Jerusalem.
63/42 Pompeius enters the inner sanctuary of the temple at Jerusalem.
63/49 Pompeius appoints Hyrcanus to be high priest and ruler of the Jews.
63/50 Pompeius imposes Roman control over Judaea, and takes away Aristobulu
63/51 Pompeius leaves Scaurus to be governor of Syria.
63/65 Pompeius allows Pharnaces to become king of Bosporus.
63/66 Mithridates' body is sent to Pompeius.
63/67 Pompeius returns towards Rome via Pontus.
63/68 Pompeius investigates the trade routes to India.
62/6 Pompeius' settlement of Rome's eastern provinces and the neighbouring
62/9 cessfully proposes to summon Pompeius back to Rome, in order to resto
62/12 Cic:Fam_5.7, a letter from Cicero to Pompeius.
62/12a nother, very long, letter to Pompeius, boasting of his achievements
62/13 Pompeius hands out rewards to his army.
62/20 Metellus Nepos leaves Rome and goes to join Pompeius.
62/21 Sherk1_75, inscriptions in honour of Pompeius.
62/22 Pompeius visits Mytilene, where he honours Theophanes, and Rhodes,
62/23 Pompeius returns via Athens.
62/24 Pompeius divorces Mucia.
62/26 Pompeius requests a delay in the elections for new consuls, but this
62/28 Demetrius the freedman of Pompeius buys property and gardens at Rome.
62/31 Pompeius arrives at Brundisium, and dismisses his army.
61/2 Pompeius receives an enthusiastic welcome on his return to Rome.
61/4 ferring to pronouncements of Pompeius in an assembly and in the senat
61/7 Cato refuses a marriage alliance with Pompeius.
61/17 Pompeius supports Afranius and Metellus in the election of consuls
61/24 Pompeius celebrates a triumph over the pirates and Mithridates.
60/3 led by L.Lucullus, oppose Pompeius' attempts to ratify his settlem
60/16 Caesar reconciles Pompeius and Crassus, and together they form the
59/5 Pompeius and Crassus speak in favour of Caesar's law at an assembly.
59/11 Caesar passes a law to ratify Pompeius' arrangements in the East.
59/17 Pompeius marries Julia, the daughter of Caesar.
59/18 shows great respect towards Pompeius, following their marriage allia
59/28 Vettius claims to be involved in a plot to kill Caesar and Pompeius.
59/32a play, "To our misfortune you are Great", with reference to Pompeius.
59/46 icero unsuccessfully advises Pompeius to curtail his support for Caes
58/45 Clodius is accused to plotting to murder Pompeius.
58/46 Clodius turns against Pompeius, and prevents him from leaving his hou
57/21 Pompeius supports the campaign for Cicero's recall.
57/31 The senate appoints Pompeius to be commissioner for the grain supply,
56/1 Despite pressure from Pompeius and Lentulus Spinther, the Romans
56/4 Pompeius speaks in defence of Milo, who is prosecuted by Clodius for
56/10 Pompeius carries out a census of freedmen, in order to assess the sco
56/23 Caesar, Pompeius and Crassus meet at Luca, and agree to renew their
56/24 Pompeius instructs Cicero (via his brother Quintus) to abandon the
56/45 Pompeius and Crassus seek to be elected as consuls, although they hav
56/49 fter he is violently attacked by supporters of Pompeius and Crassus.
56/51 Pompeius successfully restores Rome's corn supply.
55/_ Consuls: Cn. Pompeius Cn.f. Magnus (II), M. Licinius P.f. Crassus (II
55/1 Pompeius and Crassus are elected as consuls, after an interregnum.
55/2 by violence, during which Pompeius is splattered with blood; Vatin
55/4 Pompeius sends a letter authorising Gabinius to assist Ptolemy'
55/9 brother Quintus, describing his meetings with Pompeius and Crassus.
55/31 Pompeius holds magnificent games to celebrate the opening of his thea
55/31a albus fail to be elected as consul, despite the support of Pompeius.
55/48 Pompeius passes a law about the selection of juries.
55/49 ors support a proposal made by Pompeius, as consul, about extortion.
55/50 ore the censors, bitterly criticises Pompeius' earlier ruthlessness.
55/52 ristodemus of Nysa gives lessons on grammar to the sons of Pompeius.
54/32 ia, the daughter of Caesar and wife of Pompeius, dies in childbirth.
54/41 but he is acquitted through bribery and the influence of Pompeius.
53/2 raises three new legions, one of which is sent to him by Pompeius.
53/4 auses riots by proposing that Pompeius should be appointed dictator.
52/_ Consuls: Cn. Pompeius Cn.f. Magnus (III), Q. Caecilius Q.f. Metellus
52/7 Caesar suggests that Pompeius should marry Octavia, the grand-daughte
52/9 timate Decree, and instructs Pompeius to levy troops throughout Italy
52/13 The senate appoints Pompeius to be sole consul.
52/16 Pompeius passes a law to set up special courts to judge cases of viol
52/18 Cato refuses an invitation to become one of Pompeius' advisers.
52/19 Pompeius marries Cornelia, the daughter of Metellus Scipio.
52/21 Pompeius passes a retrospective law to set up special courts to judge
52/32 aurus are convicted of bribery, in trials prompted by Pompeius' law.
52/36 Pompeius protects his father-in-law, Metellus Scipio, from charges
52/41 Pompeius passes a law forcing candidates for elections to appear
52/42 Pompeius passes another law, establishing a gap of five years after
52/44 Pompeius's command as governor of Spain is extended for a further fiv
52/47 ellus Scipio is chosen to be Pompeius' colleague as consul, for the
52/70 Ser.Galba pledges a sum of money to Pompeius.
52/71 General comments of Pompeius' third consulship.
51/19 Pompeius leaves Rome, but stays in Italy (including a visit to Arimin
50/12 Curio begins to insist that Pompeius should lay down his command
50/24 Pompeius falls seriously ill, while staying at Neapolis, and sacrific
50/25 Pompeius suggests to the senate that he might lay down his command
50/38 The senate asks Pompeius and Caesar each to send a legion to defend
50/47 of Curio, that Caesar and Pompeius should both lay down their comm
50/48 ent of the senate, authorise Pompeius to defend Italy against Caesar.
50/49 tribune brings about an open split between Caesar and Pompeius.
50/50 peech as tribune, Curio strongly denounces Pompeius and the consuls.
50/52 Pompeius tells the senate that he has only to stamp on the ground,
50/60 Cn.Piso prosecutes Manilius Crispus, a friend of Pompeius.
50/65 tus is sent into exile for speaking too freely in front of Pompeius.
49/3 ies in vain to arrange a reconciliation between Caesar and Pompeius.
49/5 The senate meets with Pompeius outside Rome, and authorises him to
49/6 and intentions of Caesar and Pompeius at the start of the civil war.
49/10 Pompeius and most of the senators leave Rome.
49/12 messages between Caesar and Pompeius, but they fail to reach an agre
49/18 Pompeius withdraws towards Brundisium.
49/22 attempts to obstruct the harbour in order to stop Pompeius leaving.
49/24 Pompeius leaves Brundisium, and sails over to Greece.
49/25 Dire portents as Pompeius is forced to abandon Italy.
49/44 Cicero and others leave Italy to join Pompeius.
49/48 Pompeius gathers reinforcements in Macedonia from many of the Roman
49/56 render to M.Octavius, one of Pompeius' officers, off the Dalmatian
49/61 elaying military action, and Pompeius does not trust him with a senio
49/62 kes some inappropriate jokes, while staying in the camp of Pompeius.
49/70 Pompeius sends his troops into winter quarters in Thessaly and Macedo
48/8 Pompeius reaches Dyrrachium shortly in advance of Caesar.
48/9 Balbus to start talks with Pompeius' army, but Labienus opposes any
48/15 forces Libo, the admiral of Pompeius, to withdraw from Brundisium.
48/16 abitants of Syria and Asia, as he prepares to join up with Pompeius.
48/18 Cornelia is sent by Pompeius to stay in Lesbos, until the fighting
48/19 Pompeius attacks Oricum and Lissus.
48/20 Pompeius and Caesar take up positions around Dyrrachium.
48/21 Caesar attempts to surround Pompeius with a line of fortifications.
48/29 Caesar attacks Pompeius' forces at several points, but fails to break
48/32 Pompeius launches a counter-attack and inflicts heavy casualties
48/35 Pompeius decides to follow Caesar to Thessaly, instead of returning
48/37 The over-confidence of Pompeius' army leads to disputes between the
48/39 Omens predicting the defeat and death of Pompeius.
48/40 Caesar decisively defeats the army of Pompeius near Pharsalus.
48/41 Caesar shows clemency in pardoning the survivors of Pompeius' army.
48/43 Cicero refuses to lead Pompeius' remaining forces, and hastily leaves
48/44 Pompeius goes to meet his wife Cornelia, on the island of Lesbos.
48/45 Pompeius decides to sail on to Egypt, to seek refuge with king Ptolem
48/46 Deiotarus leaves Pompeius, and returns home to Galatia.
48/48 Cato and Scipio go to Africa with the remains of Pompeius' army.
48/49 settles affairs in Greece and Asia Minor, while following Pompeius.
48/54 stratagem employed by Pompeius, to enable his army to cross a river
48/55 Vibius and Publicius both closely resemble Pompeius in appearance.
48/56 The associates of Pompeius include Atticus of Neapolis, Demetrius,
48/57 Calvus and Brutus make insulting comments about Pompeius.
48/58 marks about the character of Cn.Pompeius, one of Rome's most successf
48/59 Pompeius is killed, by order of the Egyptian government, as he attemp
48/60 Philippus and Cordus cremate the body of Pompeius on the sea-shore.
48/61 arrives at Alexandria, and is shown the severed head of Pompeius.
48/63 ilius Bassus escapes to Tyre, after serving in the army of Pompeius.
48/67 forces near Cyrene, after they hear that Pompeius has been killed.
48/79 tius passes a law, restricting the rights of supporters of Pompeius.
47/35 is chosen to be overall commander of the Pompeian army in Africa.
47/60 Caesar sells off the property of Pompeius and his other enemies.
46/52 full amount for the purchase of a house that belonged to Pompeius.
46/82 Caesar leaves Rome for Spain, to fight against the sons of Pompeius.
45/79 Caes:BCiv_, Caesar's commentaries on the civil war against Pompeius.
44/9 Caesar restores the statues of Pompeius.
42/8 condemns Theodotus to death, for his part in the murder of Pompeius.

  Pompeius 24   (Cn. Pompeius Magnus) - son of the triumvir; died 45 B.C.
  + Gnaeus
46/6 Cn.Pompeius fails to gain the support of king Bogud in Mauretania,
46/32 Cn.Pompeius crosses over to Spain, to rally his father's remaining
46/74 defeats Varus, an officer of Pompeius, in a naval battle near Carteia
46/88 Caesar to relieve Ulia, which is being besieged by Cn.Pompeius.
45/7 Omens foretell the defeat of Cn.Pompeius' army.
45/10 kirmishes between the armies of Caesar and Pompeius, near Soricaria.
45/11 Caesar destroys the army of Pompeius in a hard-fought battle at Munda
45/15 Cn.Pompeius retreats to Carteia, but is captured and killed.
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_15.19 know what an idiot Gnaeus is; you know how he deems cruelt

  Pompeius 25   (Sex. Pompeius Magnus) - son of the triumvir; died 35 B.C.
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  + Sextus
48/38 Sex.Pompeius consults Thessalian witches.
45/20 Sex.Pompeius escapes into the interior of Spain.
45/43a sends C.Carinas to pursue Sex.Pompeius, who is gathering rebel for
44/6 inius Pollio to command his forces against Sextus Pompeius in Spain.
44/61 Sex.Pompeius defeats Asinius Pollio.
44/93 the terms of a truce with Sex.Pompeius, which is ratified by the
43/102 Sextus Pompeius uses his fleet to dominate the western Mediterranean
43/118 the proscribed join Sextus Pompeius after escaping from Italy by
43/53 The senate recognises Sextus Pompeius as commander of the naval force
42/15 Sextus Pompeius defeats the fleet of Octavianus near the promontory
42/22 Sextus Pompeius seizes control of the whole of Sicily.
41/2 cus and Domitius join Sextus Pompeius, along with the remains of the
40/8 tavianus marries Scribonia, the aunt of the wife of Sextus Pompeius.
40/14 Sextus Pompeius makes a raid on the coast of Italy, while Agrippa is
40/25 Menas, an admiral of Sextus Pompeius, makes more raids on Italy, and
40/29 Sextus Pompeius causes famine at Rome by his control of the sea, and
39/4 Sextus Pompeius distrusts Murcus, and has him killed.
39/7 The treaty of Misenum, between the triumvirs and Sextus Pompeius.
38/5 Menas deserts from Sextus Pompeius, and hands over Sardinia to Octavi
38/9 Octavianus prepares to renew the war against Sextus Pompeius.
38/11 enecrates, the admiral of Sextus Pompeius, defeats Menas near Cumae.
38/14 in a storm, after he is defeated by Sextus Pompeius near Messana.
38/18 Sextus Pompeius celebrates his victories with a magnificent sacrifice
37/12 Menas changes allegiance again, and joins Sextus Pompeius.
36/7 a storm; but Menas deserts from Sextus Pompeius for a second time.
36/9 ippa defeats Demochares, the admiral of Sextus Pompeius, near Mylae.
36/10 vianus is defeated by Sextus Pompeius near Tauromenium, and forced
36/12 linus, an adherent of Sextus Pompeius, is killed in battle after send
36/13 avianus, utters a prophecy to Pompeius after being mortally wounded.
36/14 decisively defeats Sextus Pompeius in a naval battle near Naulochu
36/27 Sextus Pompeius takes refuge on the island of Lesbos.
35/3 Sex.Pompeius attacks the officers of Antonius, and captures Lampsacus
35/7 Sextus Pompeius is captured by Amyntas, after being abandoned by his
35/8 Sextus Pompeius is put to death by M.Titius.
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_11.1 nd, except indeed Sextus Pompeius and Caecilius Bassus,
Julian:Caes_326 Philippi: the defeat of Sextus, Pompeius's son, was a mer

  Pompeius 31   (C. Pompeius) - a Roman senator, 49 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.239 iline tribe, [239] Caius Pompeius, the son of Caius, of

  Pompeius 32   (M. Pompeius) - an officer of Lucullus
Memn_30 though Lucullus sent Marcus Pompeius in pursuit of him.

  Pompeius   - in documents
CIL_1.1446 freedman of Lucius, and Marcus Pompeius Heliodorus. As
CIL_1.2510 CIL_1 .2510 Aulus Pompeius. Pedestal of marbl
THI_10 ow. [3] When Aulus Pompeius Paullinus, Lucius Calpur

Pompeiussee Bithynicus

Pompeiussee Longinus20

Pompeiussee Trogus


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