Rutilius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(P. Rutilius) - tribune of the plebs, 169 B.C.
The tribune P.Rutilius brings the censors to trial.
The censors review the equites again, and punish P.Rutilius.
(P. Rutilius) - tribune of the plebs, 136 B.C.
The tribune P.Rutilius tries to prevent Mancinus from entering the
(P. Rutilius Rufus) - Roman consul, 105 B.C.
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attacks Pallantia, where he rescues Rutilius Rufus from an ambush.
P.Rutilius improves his knowledge of the law by regularly listening
P.Rutilius, as praetor, introduces a new procedure in cases of bankru
unsuccessfully prosecutes P.Rutilius after the consular elections.
Consuls: P. Rutilius P.f. Rufus, Cn. Mallius Cn.f. Maximus
Rutilius improves the training of his army.
in the Roman administration of Asia, with the help of P.Rutilius.
P.Rutilius is found guilty of extortion, though widely believed to
Rutilius escapes from Mytilene to Smyrna.
Rutilius is invited back by Sulla, but refuses to return from exile.
ince of Asia, where he meets Rutilius and listens to the rhetoric of
Rutilius carefully obeys the regulations of the Lex Fannia, by keepin
cause of banishment to Rutilius who wrote the history
uintus Aelius Tubero and Rutilius Rufus being the other
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,
join C. Curio, M. Scaurus, P. Rutilius, and C. Gracchus.
rable pleader. But Rutilius was distinguished by his solem
demanded.  Rutilius, therefore, was an orator of
Fannius,- not so much in Rutilius;- but none at all in Tub
and the consulship of Publius Rutilius and Gnaeus Mal
Asia, he chose Quintus Rutilius, the worthiest of his
Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio  & P. Rutilius P.f. . . Rufus ,
B.C. BOOK 26  Rutilius relates that the consuls and
nones of October. Rutilius Rufus says that at least 70,00
(C. Rutilius Rufus) - an adherent of Scaevola, late 2nd century B.C.
ard of him from C. Rutilius, whose company I frequented
(P. Rutilius Nudus) - Roman quaestor,73 B.C.
an inscription in honour of P.Rutilius Nudus, from Aegium in Achaea.
(Q. Rutilius) - Roman quaestor, 44 B.C.
quaestors, when Quintus Rutilius and Caius Cornelius were
- in documents
land, Rome. Lucius Rutilius Artemidorus, freedman of L
CIL_1 .359 Gaius Rutilius; someone on
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