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(C. Sosius) - Roman consul, 32 B.C.
Herodes and Sosius start to besiege Jerusalem.
Herodes and Sosius capture Jerusalem.
The triumph of C.Sosius, from Judaea.
Consuls: Cn. Domitius L.f. Ahenobarbus, C. Sosius C.f.
Sosius speaks out against Octavianus in the senate.
Sosius makes a sudden attack by sea, but is defeated by Agrippa.
pr. k.Jul. (30th June) 34 & C. Sosius C.f. T.n., proconsul
besieged by Herodes and Sosius, he persuaded the people
committed the rest to Sosius, and gave him orders to
wedding was over, came Sosius through Phoenicia, having
generals were two: Sosius, sent by Antonius to assist Hero
hosen men, the next were Sosius's centurions; for the firs
fell down at the feet of Sosius, who took no pity of him,
ty, and many times asked Sosius whether the Romans would
 How Sossius and Herod took Jerusalem by
years and three months, Sosius and Herodes besieged him,
government, and brought Sosius upon them;  as also
when Antonius had set Sosius over the affairs of Syria,
a greater army. Sosius also joined him with a large arm
he was made king; and Sosius relied upon Antonius, who
into the city, as did Sosius's centurions after them;
of Cnaeus Domitius and Caius Sosius [ 32 B.C. ], he died
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