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  Scaurus   (M. Aemilius Scaurus) - Roman consul, 115 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
126/5 The impoverished childhood of M.Scaurus.
123/24 M.Scaurus receives a tiny inheritance from his father.
122/18 Scaurus as aedile concentrates on administering the law.
117/6 ails to be elected aedile, and M.Scaurus fails to be elected consul.
116/11 Scaurus unsuccessfully prosecutes P.Rutilius after the consular elect
115/_ Consuls: M. Aemilius M.f. Scaurus, M. Caecilius Q.f. Metellus
115/2 The sumptuary law of Aemilius Scaurus.
115/3 Scaurus punishes the praetor P.Decius.
115/5 Scaurus defeats the Ligurians.
115/6 Scaurus' army shows restraint by not damaging the countryside through
115/8 The triumph of M.Scaurus, over the Carni.
115/11 M.Scaurus attempts to introduce the worship of the god Alburnus.
115/12 M.Scaurus remarks on the diligence of M.Cicero, the grandfather of
112/5 The Romans send another embassy to Numidia, headed by M.Scaurus.
111/6 with Jugurtha, allegedly after he and Scaurus had received bribes.
109/18 The censor Scaurus organises building works, including temples of Fid
104/22 Scaurus is prosecuted by Cn.Domitius, and is also acquitted.
102/7 Scaurus accuses Memmius and Fimbria of extortion.
102/22 The son of M.Scaurus commits suicide, after being disowned by his fat
91/2 Caepio unsuccessfully prosecutes Scaurus and (?) Philippus.
90/3 the Lex Varia, including the acquittal of M.Antonius and M.Scaurus.
90/38 Scaurus pays an enormous sum to buy an eminent grammarian called Daph
90/39 saying of Scaurus, about the philosopher Ariston.
90/40 The character of M.Aemilius Scaurus, who by his own efforts became
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_639 [639] & M. Metellus and M. Scaurus. & In the year of
Cic:Brut_* 110-113 * these we may join C. Curio, M. Scaurus, P. Rutilius, and
Cic:Brut_116 ator of the Stoical, and Scaurus of the antique cast: but
Cic:Brut_132 as the three books of Scaurus before-mentioned." [133]
FastCap_p72 censors: M. Aemilius M.f. L.n. Scaurus - forced to resign
FastTr_p106 Aemilius M.f. L.n. Scaurus, consul, & over the Carnian Gau

  Scaurus 2   (M. Aemilius Scaurus) - Roman praetor, 56 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
78/30 n.Dolabella is prosecuted by Scaurus after returning from Cilicia,
64/23 Scaurus offers support to Aristobulus, who defeats Hyrcanus.
63/51 Pompeius leaves Scaurus to be governor of Syria.
62/25 Scaurus invades Arabia and attacks Petra.
58/54 M.Scaurus gives extravagant displays, including leopards and a hippop
55/54 alleged plot against Bostar by M.Scaurus, as propraetor in Sardinia.
54/16 M.Scaurus returns to Rome from Sardinia.
54/18 elections, but Calvus and Scaurus speak in his defence and he
54/19 Scaurus is summoned to trial by Triarius, on a charge of extortion.
54/34 Scaurus is prosecuted for extortion, but he is acquitted, after Cicer
53/34 M.Scaurus demolishes a house which belonged to Cn.Octavius, in order
53/35 Clodius buys a house from Scaurus.
52/32 C.Memmius and M.Scaurus are convicted of bribery, in trials prompted
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_14.29 mean time Pompeius sent Scaurus into Syria, while he was
Joseph:AJ_14.33 Romans. [33] So Scaurus returned to Damascus again; and
Joseph:AJ_14.37 first Gabinius, and then Scaurus, - the one three hundred
Joseph:AJ_* 14.79-81 * Euphrates and Egypt, to Scaurus, with two Roman legions,
Joseph:BJ_* 01.127-129 * at first by force, if Scaurus, the Roman general, had
Joseph:BJ_01.132 lying on the bribes that Scaurus had received: he was also
Joseph:BJ_01.157 phrates, he committed to Scaurus as their governor, and
Joseph:BJ_01.160 was sent as successor to Scaurus into Syria, showed his

  Scaurus 3   % (M. Aurelius Scaurus) - suffect consul, 108 B.C.
  + Aurelius
105/10 The Cimbri capture and kill M.Aurelius Scaurus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_135 But M. Aurelius Scaurus, though he spoke in public but
CIL_1.675 Servius Sulpicius and Marcus Aurelius. CIL_1 .677 L
FastCap_p72 M. Aurelius . . . Scaurus - elected in his place censors:
GranLic_11 The ex-consul M.Aurelius Scaurus was thrown from his horse


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