Rutilius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Rutilius   (P. Rutilius) - tribune of the plebs, 169 B.C.
169/19 The tribune P.Rutilius brings the censors to trial.
169/31 The censors review the equites again, and punish P.Rutilius.

  Rutilius 3   (P. Rutilius) - tribune of the plebs, 136 B.C.
136/8 The tribune P.Rutilius tries to prevent Mancinus from entering the

  Rutilius 4   (P. Rutilius Rufus) - Roman consul, 105 B.C.
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134/12 attacks Pallantia, where he rescues Rutilius Rufus from an ambush.
134/19 P.Rutilius improves his knowledge of the law by regularly listening
118/15 P.Rutilius, as praetor, introduces a new procedure in cases of bankru
116/11 unsuccessfully prosecutes P.Rutilius after the consular elections.
105/_ Consuls: P. Rutilius P.f. Rufus, Cn. Mallius Cn.f. Maximus
105/17 Rutilius improves the training of his army.
94/6 in the Roman administration of Asia, with the help of P.Rutilius.
92/3 P.Rutilius is found guilty of extortion, though widely believed to
88/32 Rutilius escapes from Mytilene to Smyrna.
81/69 Rutilius is invited back by Sulla, but refuses to return from exile.
78/28 ince of Asia, where he meets Rutilius and listens to the rhetoric of
76/32 Rutilius carefully obeys the regulations of the Lex Fannia, by keepin
    Within translations:
Athen_04.168 cause of banishment to Rutilius who wrote the history
Athen_06.274 uintus Aelius Tubero and Rutilius Rufus being the other
Athen_12.543 uxury and effeminacy, as Rutilius tells us; for as to Apic
Cic:Brut_* 85-89 * remember that P. Rutilius Rufus once told me at Smyrna,
Cic:Brut_110 join C. Curio, M. Scaurus, P. Rutilius, and C. Gracchus.
Cic:Brut_113 rable pleader. But Rutilius was distinguished by his solem
Cic:Brut_116 demanded. [116] Rutilius, therefore, was an orator of
Cic:Brut_118 Fannius,- not so much in Rutilius;- but none at all in Tub
CIL_1.698 and the consulship of Publius Rutilius and Gnaeus Mal
Diod_37.5 Asia, he chose Quintus Rutilius, the worthiest of his
FastCap_p72 Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio [105] & P. Rutilius P.f. . . Rufus ,
GranLic_1 B.C. BOOK 26 [1] Rutilius relates that the consuls and
GranLic_12 nones of October. Rutilius Rufus says that at least 70,00

  Rutilius 5   (C. Rutilius Rufus) - an adherent of Scaevola, late 2nd century B.C.
Cic:Brut_147 ard of him from C. Rutilius, whose company I frequented

  Rutilius 6   (P. Rutilius Nudus) - Roman quaestor,73 B.C.
71/38 an inscription in honour of P.Rutilius Nudus, from Aegium in Achaea.

  Rutilius 7   (Q. Rutilius) - Roman quaestor, 44 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.219 quaestors, when Quintus Rutilius and Caius Cornelius were

  Rutilius   - in documents
CIL_1.1005 land, Rome. Lucius Rutilius Artemidorus, freedman of L
CIL_1.359 CIL_1 .359 Gaius Rutilius; someone on

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