Staienus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(C. Staienus) - a Roman juror, convicted of accepting bribes in 74 B.C.
eius Bithynicus, P.Autronius, C.Staienus and other mediocre orators.
Staienus accepts a bribe to fix the decision in a court case at Atell
is condemned for permitting Staienus to hand out bribes during the
Staienus, Bulbus, and Septimius Scaevola, who were involved in the
than ability.- C. Staienus, who changed his name into Ael
low as to mention the Staieni and Autronii!" "As I have
plague us with Autronii and Staieni without end. But
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