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  Spurinus   (Q. Petillius Spurinus) - Roman consul, 176 B.C.
  + Petillii , Petillius
187/7 brought to trial by the Petillii, but wins the sympathy of the
181/11 discovered, but they are publicly burnt by the praetor Q.Petillius.
176/_ Consuls: Cn. Cornelius Cn.f. Scipio Hispallus, Q. Petillius
176/4 Petillius leaves Rome for Liguria.
176/7 The consul Petillius is killed while attacking a mountain-top in Ligu
    Within translations:
FastCap_p66   etillius C.f. Q.n. Spurinus - killed in office after holdi
Obseq_9   at the waters of Cumae; Petillius was killed fighting against the
Plut:Mor_196   be shut. & When Petillius and Quintus accused him of
ValMax_1.5.9   is that omen under which Petillius fell in the Ligurian War:
ValMax_2.7.15   the soldiers permitted Q. Petillius the consul, most courageously
ValMax_3.7.1   as some relate, the two Petillii, had summoned him to appear


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