Servius   - in ancient sources @

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  Servius   (Maurus Servius Honoratus) - commentator on Vergilius, 4th century A.D.
Wikipedia entry
CIL_1.1513 tus, and Lucius Tullius son of Servius bought this
CIL_1.2269 Taurius, son of Lucius; and Servius Aefolanus, so
CIL_1.615 of Marcus, grandson of Servius, took this as booty
CIL_1.616 of Marcus, grandson of Servius, took this as booty
CIL_1.635 .635 Wall built by Servius Fulvius, consul,
CIL_1.675 games, in the consulship of Servius Sulpicius and M
CIL_1.694 s-money. CIL_1 .694 Servius Sulpicius, con
Ennius:Ann_173 mities.' An augmenter of Servius adds : It is further an
Ennius:Ann_558 sky with its rays. Servius, on Vergilius' 'when they have

Serviussee Galba6

Serviussee Sulpicius

Serviussee Tullius

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