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  Scaevola   (C. Mucius Scaevola) - a Roman who attempted to kill Porsenna, 509 B.C.
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  + Mucius
Polyaen_8.8.1   also: Plutarch, Cam.40] [8] Mucius. In a war between
ValMax_3.3.1   related, than the act of Mucius, who grieving to see our

  Scaevola 2   (Q. Mucius Scaevola) - Roman consul, 220 B.C.
220/_ Consuls: M. Valerius P.f. Laevinus, Q. Mucius P.f. Scaevola

  Scaevola 3   (Q. Mucius Scaevola) - Roman consul, 174 B.C.
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174/_ nsuls: Sp. Postumius A.f. Albinus Paullulus, Q. Mucius Q.f. Scaevola
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FastCap_p66 aullulus , Q. Mucius Q.f. P.n. Scaevola censors: Q. Fulviu

  Scaevola 4   (P. Mucius Scaevola) - Roman consul, 175 B.C.
  + Mucius
175/_ Consuls: P. Mucius Q.f. Scaevola, M. Aemilius M.f. Lepidus (II)
175/16 The triumphs of Lepidus and Scaevola, over the Ligurians.
136/10 P.Scaevola condemns a mime for abusing the poet Accius by name on sta
134/19 roves his knowledge of the law by regularly listening to P.Scaevola.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_98   likewise himself the son of Mucius, and the brother of
Cic:DeOr_1.212   Aelius, Manius Manilius, Publius Mucius, as distinguished in those
FastCap_p66   [175] & P. Mucius Q.f. P.n. Scaevola , M. Aemilius M.f.
FastTr_p104   Mucius Q.f. P.n. Scaevola, consul, & over the Ligurians,
Oros_4.20.30   the consulship of Lepidus and Mucius 175 B.C. a very savage

  Scaevola 5   (P. Mucius Scaevola) - Roman consul, 133 B.C.
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133/_ Consuls: P. Mucius P.f. Scaevola, L.Calpurnius L.f. Piso Frugi
133/34 Scipio Nasica to trial, but Scaevola defends him and he is sent away
123/23 P.Scaevola, the pontifex maximus, rules that a shrine dedicated by
115/15 P.Scaevola publishes the official Roman historical records, called
115/16 P.Scaevola carefully analyses his moves after losing a game of "duode
115/17 The death of the pontifex maximus P.Scaevola.
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Cic:Acad_2.13   Publius Crassus and Publius Scaevola were supporters of the
Cic:Brut_98   the brother of P. Scaevola, he had a fine opportunity at
Cic:Brut_108   any other man; P. Scaevola to be very artful and judiciou
Cic:Brut_239   ucted by his grandfather Scaevola, was prevented from dist
Cic:Brut_306   aevola, the son of Publius, who, though he did not choose
Cic:DeOr_1.166   account them orators, for whom Scaevola, ** though in haste to
Cic:DeOr_1.170   was the brother of Publius Scaevola ) ** he was accustomed
Cic:DeOr_1.217   of civil law, because Publius Mucius was skilled in both; and,
Cic:DeOr_1.240   books of his brother Publius Mucius, ** and in the commentaries
Cic:DeOr_2.52   time of the pontifex Publius Mucius, and had them engraved on
Cic:DeOr_2.285   him, Marcus Flaccus proposed Publius Mucius as one of his judges,
Cic:Rep_1.20   than those on which Publius Mucius or I are asked for
Cic:Rep_1.31   the leadershipof Metellus and Publius Mucius ; and these men will
FastCap_p72   [133] & P. Mucius P.f. Q.n. Scaevola , L. Calpurnius
ValMax_3.2.17   temple of Public by Mucius Scaevola the consul, began to consult

  Scaevola 6   (Q. Mucius Scaevola) - "the augur", Roman consul, 117 B.C.
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  + Mucius
119/12 Q.Scaevola, as governor of Asia, visits a famous teacher of rhetoric,
118/5 Q.Scaevola is accused of extortion by T.Albucius.
117/_ Consuls: L. Caecilius Q.f. Metellus, Q. Mucius Q.f. Scaevola
96/7 ship, is ashamed to canvass for votes in the presence of Q.Scaevola.
88/16 Scaevola discusses the split between Pompeius and Sulpicius.
88/67 saying of Q.Scaevola "the Augur", when called as a witness in a cou
88/68 The character of Scaevola, a distinguished orator and expert on legal
    Within translations:
Athen_6.274   that name. &# But Mucius agreed with those who were benef
Cic:Brut_101   nger son-in-law Q. Scaevola; though Laelius politely excus
Cic:Brut_102   As to his brother Mucius the augur, whenever he was calle
Cic:Brut_212   Gracchus,- and Q. Scaevola, the augur, who was the ablest
Cic:DeOr_1.24   country-seat, whither also Quintus Mucius, who had been his
Cic:DeOr_1.28   walk, he told me that Scaevola, after taking two or three
Cic:DeOr_1.35   {9.} [35]   Scaevola then observed with courtesy, as
Cic:DeOr_1.45   replied, "I am not ignorant, Scaevola, that things of this sort
Cic:DeOr_1.55   have written. ** But consider, Scaevola, whether this is not wholly
Cic:DeOr_1.71   For why did you say, Scaevola, ** that you would not
Cic:DeOr_1.74   {17.} [74]   Then Scaevola, smiling, said: "I will not
Cic:DeOr_1.105   you speak to me," says Scaevola, "of this Staseas, this Peripatetic
Cic:DeOr_1.112   of canvassing, to send away Scaevola from me, telling him I
Cic:DeOr_1.160   than they could have wished. Scaevola then said, "What is the
Cic:DeOr_1.165   says Crassus, "that even you, Scaevola, should require of me that
Cic:DeOr_1.167   have thought such men," replied Scaevola, "(for I remember Mucius **
Cic:DeOr_1.180   ! On which occasion Quintus Scaevola, my equal in age, and
Cic:DeOr_1.185   this in the hearing of Scaevola, unless he himself were accustomed
Cic:DeOr_1.191   if you except my friend Scaevola here, can be preferred to
Cic:DeOr_1.197-204 *   these reasons have I declared, Scaevola, that the knowledge of the
Cic:DeOr_1.214   appeared very strange to me, Scaevola, that you should grant him;
Cic:DeOr_1.234   you were willing to oblige Scaevola, whom we ought all to
Cic:DeOr_1.242   offending this excellent man Scaevola, ) that you, Crassus,
Cic:DeOr_1.250   communicate with our friend Scaevola here; although indeed the
Cic:DeOr_1.265   enough for today. [265] And Scaevola, since he has arranged to
Cic:DeOr_2.13   me that he had met Scaevola going from here; and he
Cic:DeOr_2.22   of such eminent persons yet Scaevola is in the habit of
Cic:DeOr_2.224   books, as I have heard Scaevola say, are the genuine compositions
Cic:DeOr_2.269   your words; as our friend Scaevola said to Septumuleius of Anagnia,
Cic:DeOr_2.281   Granius rejoiced extremely that Scaevola ** was acquitted, and
Cic:DeOr_3.68   undoubted authority, my father-in-law Scaevola, who heard him when
Cic:DeOr_3.171   very same thing indeed as Scaevola wished, and as I would
Cic:Rep_1.18   Gaius Fannius, and Quintus Scaevola, Laelius' sons-in-law, who were
CIL_1.584   son of Quintus, and Quintus Mucius son of Quintus.
SEG_39.1244.ii   (c. 120-110) once the Roman governor Quintus Mucius and the quaestor and the
ValMax_3.8.5   undeservedly compare with him Scaevola the augur Sulla, after
ValMax_4.1.11   is also noteworthy in Q. Scaevola, a most excellent person. For
ValMax_4.5.4   to do it, while Q. Scaevola his father-in-law, a most wise
ValMax_8.8.1   mouth of his father-in-law Scaevola, who was son-in-law to
ValMax_8.8.2   [8.2]   As for Scaevola, just as he was the

  Scaevola 7   (Q. Mucius Scaevola) - "the pontifex", Roman consul, 95 B.C.
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101/24 The aediles L.Crassus and Q.Scaevola hold magnificent games.
96/12 Crassus and Scaevola take opposite sides in a famous court case, over
95/_ Consuls: L.Licinius L.f. Crassus, Q.Mucius P.f. Scaevola
94/6 The proconsul Q.Scaevola corrects abuses in the Roman administration
94/16 OGIS_437, a letter of Scaevola to the city of Ephesus.
90/37 ven after the outbreak of war, and learns about law from Q.Scaevola.
86/9 Fimbria attempts to murder Scaevola at Marius' funeral, and then pros
82/13 Scaevola avoids the expense of speaking in defence of Glabrio.
82/14 comments on the character of Q.Scaevola "the Pontifex", a noted exper
82/15 massacre of his opponents at Rome, including C.Carbo and Scaevola.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_115   but a youth. Q. Mucius too said much in his defence,
Cic:Brut_145-152 *   he overpowered Q. Scaevola (a man of uncommon penetration
Cic:Brut_155   cted more prudently than Scaevola; (for the latter was ver
Cic:Brut_161   ttle of the tribunate of Scaevola, though I must naturally
Cic:Brut_163   the elegant language of Scaevola, we have sufficient proo
Cic:Brut_194   hearer who was present when Q. Scaevola pleaded for M. Cop
Cic:Brut_197   he applied the tale to Scaevola, who, from one rowlock
Cic:Brut_198   smartly, that his friend Scaevola had assumed a most unwar
Cic:Brut_229   L. Crassus and Q. Scaevola [95 B.C.], to whom it was pers
Cic:Brut_252   of the Laelii and the Mucii, (though even here, I belie
Cic:Brut_306   ached myself to Q. Scaevola, the son of Publius, who, thou
Cic:Brut_311   of the three orators, Scaevola, Carbo, and Antistius;-
Cic:Brut_328   Crassus was consul with Scaevola [95 B.C.] until the cons
Cic:DeOr_1.229   of great eloquence; and Quintus Mucius also took some share in
Diod_37.5   [5] &   Quintus Scaevola used his utmost endeavour to
Diod_37.8   ter the example of Scaevola, he chose as his legate Gaius
Diod_37.29   incipal men of the city, Scaevola and Crassus, without any
Diod_38.17   accusations. Even Scaevola, the pontifex maximus, who had
FastCap_p74   Crassus , Q. Mucius P.f. P.n. Scaevola [94] & C. Coelius
Oros_5.20   cruelly put to death Q. Scaevola, C. Carbo, L. Domitius, and
Plin:HN_8.53   bestowed on Rome by Quintus Scaevola, son of Publius, when curule
ValMax_8.12.1   [12.1]   Q. Scaevola, a most famous and most
ValMax_8.15.6   was the glory of Q. Scaevola, the colleague of L. Crassus
ValMax_9.11.2   had given an order, that Scaevola should be killed at the

  Scaevola 8   (Q. Mucius Scaevola) - tribune of the plebs, 54 B.C.
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65/27 Q.Mucius is accused of theft by L.Calenus, but he is defended by Cice

  Scaevola 9   (P. Septimius Scaevola) - a juror in the trial of Oppianicus, 1st century B.C.
72/58 ienus, Bulbus, and Septimius Scaevola, who were involved in the trial


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