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  Poplicola   (P. Valerius Poplicola) - Roman consul, 509 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Publicola
Cic:Acad_2.13   they go back to Publius Valerius who was consul in the
Cic:Rep_2.53   was the institution by Publius Valerius of the custom of ordering
Cic:Rep_2.55   [55]   Thus Publicola, as soon as that law
FastTr_p91   [ius Volusi f. ... Poplicola,] consul, & [over the Veiente
Festus:Brev_2   From Brutus and Publicola to Pansa and Hirtius there
Polyaen_8.8.1   of the Etruscans, and Publicola, then in his third cons
ValMax_1.8.5   [8.5]   Valerius Publicola the consul, after the expulsion
ValMax_2.4.5   This example Valerius Publicola, who was the first consul,
ValMax_4.1.1   of the people was called Publicola, when the kings were driven
ValMax_4.1.2   I can no sooner forsake Publicola, than I gladly come to
ValMax_4.4.1   of government by kings, Valerius Publicola with Junius Brutus as his

  Poplicola 2   (P. Valerius Poplicola) - Roman consul, 475 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Publicola
FastCap_p28   & P. Valerius P.f. Volusi n. Publicola , C. Nautius Sp.f
FastCap_p30   & P. Valerius P.f. Volusi n. Publicola II - died in offi
FastTr_p92   P.f. Volusi n.] Poplicola, [consul, & over the Veientes
Oros_2.12   men, led by the consul Valerius, opposed them with the utmost

  Poplicola 3   (P. Valerius Poplicola Potitus) - Roman consul, 449 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
FastTr_p92 alerius] P.f. P.n. Poplicola Potitus, [consul], & over the

  Poplicola 4   (L. Valerius Poplicola) - consular tribune, five times from 394 B.C.
  + Publicola
FastCap_p36 llus III L. Valerius L.f. L.n. Publicola L. Furius L.f.
FastCap_p40 ibunes : L. Valerius L.f. L.n. Publicola V P. Valerius L.f

  Poplicola 9   (L. Gellius Poplicola) - Roman consul, 72 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Gellius
93/4 joke of Gellius, as proconsul, about the arguments between philosop
75/48 The dissolute youth of Gellius, the stepson of Philippus.
72/_ Consuls: L. Gellius L.f. Poplicola, Cn. Cornelius Cn.f. Lentulus Clod
72/17 Gellius defeats and kills Crixus, the leader of the German slaves.
72/34 Gellius commends M.Cato for his bravery while serving in the war agai
70/27 Lentulus and Gellius are elected as the first censors since Sulla's
54/66 L.Gellius investigates accusations that his son has attempted to murd
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_105   by our friend L. Gellius who lived in his family in the
Cic:Brut_174   with these was L. Gellius, who was not so much to be valu
CIL_1.709   Lucius Gellius, son of Lucius, from the Tromentian tribe;
Julian:Caes_322   ean Crassus and Lucius [ Gellius ], though Pompeius gained
Oros_5.24   commanders of troops. The consuls Gellius and Lentulus 72 B.C. were
Plut:Mor_204   orse before the censors, Gellius and Lentulus ; and when
Syll_732   (94) and the praetor was Lucius Gellius son of Lucius; a tablet
THI_215   The consuls Lucius Gellius and Gnaeus Lentulus {72 B
ValMax_5.9.1   [9.1]   L. Gellius, a person who had gone

  Poplicola 10   (L. Gellius Poplicola) - Roman consul, 36 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Publicola
43/96 crosses over to Asia, Gellius Publicola forms a plot against him.
36/_ Consuls: L. Gellius L.f. Poplicola , M. Cocceius Nerva
    Within translations:
FastCap_p80 [36] & L. Gellius L.f. L.n. Publicola - resigned , L.

  Poplicola 11   (Q? Gellius Poplicola) - brother of the consul of 72 B.C.
DPRR record
Cic:HarResp_59 employing - creatures like Gellius, Clodius, and Titius - to
Cic:Vat_4 your mouth, while Gellius, indulgent nanny of all seditious men,

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