Sabinus   - in ancient sources @

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  Sabinus   (Q. Titurius Sabinus) - an officer of Caesar in Gaul, killed in 54 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
56/42 Titurius Sabinus defeats the Venelli.
54/49 Cotta and Sabinus are ambushed and their army is destroyed by Ambiori

  Sabinus 2   (C. Calvisius Sabinus) - Roman consul, 39 B.C.
39/_ Consuls: L. Marcius L.f. Censorinus , C. Calvisius C.f. Sabinus
    Within translations:
ExcBarb_49B Pollio Censorinus and Sabinus Pulcher and Enobaudus Gal
NicDam_130.96 erward, except Calvisius Sabinus and Censorinus; but these

  Sabinus 3   (C. Poppaeus Sabinus) - Roman consul, 9 A.D.
FastCap_p86 Consuls: C. Poppaeus Q.f. Q.n. Sabinus , Q. Sulpicius Q.f.

  Sabinus 4   - financial procurator of Syria under Augustus
ChronSynt_67 captured by the general Sabinus and by Cassius, governor

  Sabinus   - in documents
CIL_1.2439 te. Gaius Saufeius Sabinus, son of Gaius, and Gaius Or

Sabinussee Claudius

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