Strabo - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Amaseia - Greek geographer, late 1st century B.C.
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reat-uncle of the geographer Strabo, moves from Cnossus to Pontus at
randfather of the geographer Strabo, (?) Aeniates, rebels from Mithr
a student, the geographer Strabo is taught by Aristodemus, Tyranni
Polybius of Megalopolis, Strabo the Cappadocian, Nicolaus
without their advice, as Strabo of Cappadocia attests, whe
queen." These are the words of Strabo.  However, this
and of great modesty, as Strabo bears witness, in the name
ht.  And both Strabo and Nicolaus [of Damascus] affir
talents.  Now Strabo of Cappadocia mentions this pres
ius; and, among them, to Strabo and Nicolaus [of Damascus]
icolaus of Damascus, and Strabo of Cappadocia, both descri
to it, and particularly Strabo of Cappadocia, who says
ridates.  And Strabo himself bears witness to the sam
government." And this is what Strabo says.  So when
into Egypt. And Strabo of Cappadocia bears witness to
(C. Fannius Strabo) - Roman consul, 161 B.C.
Consuls: M. Valerius M.f. Messalla, C. Fannius C.f. Strabo
The Romans send a commission under C.Fannius to Dalmatia.
essalla , C. Fannius C.f. C.n. Strabo  & L. Anicius
(C. Fannius Strabo) - Roman consul, 122 B.C.
C.Fannius is elected to be consul, with the help of support from Grac
Consuls: Cn. Domitius Cn.f. Ahenobarbus, C. Fannius M.f.
enship for the Italian allies, but is opposed by the consul Fannius.
Fannius expels all aliens from Rome.
CIL_658, the pedestal of an offering by Fannius.
632] & Cn. Domitius and C. Fannius. & In the year of
en," said Atticus, "that Fannius was the author of that
(C. Fannius Strabo) - Latin historian, 2nd century B.C.
Servilianus; the bravery of Fannius enables the Roman army to escape
account of in the Annals of C. Fannius.  L. Cotta hims
But the other C. Fannius, (the son of Marcus and son-in-
moderate share of it in Fannius,- not so much in Rutilius
are informed by C. Fannius, in his History, that Africanus
(P. Servilius Strabo) - Roman senator, 49 B.C.
Titus, Publius Servilius Strabo, the son of Publius, Lucius
(C. Tidius Strabo) - a supporter of Cassius, 43 B.C.
out from C. Tidius Strabo, a man of merit, and excellently
- a sharp-sighted Sicilian, 3rd century B.C.
sharp-sighted man called Strabo is able to see ships leaving Cartha
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