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  Strabo   of Amaseia - Greek geographer, late 1st century B.C.
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113/14 reat-uncle of the geographer Strabo, moves from Cnossus to Pontus at
71/14 randfather of the geographer Strabo, (?) Aeniates, rebels from Mithr
44/146 a student, the geographer Strabo is taught by Aristodemus, Tyranni
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_79   Polybius of Megalopolis, Strabo the Cappadocian, Nicolaus
Athen_14.657   from Lycia. And Strabo mentions them in the third book
Joseph:AJ_13.286   without their advice, as Strabo of Cappadocia attests, whe
Joseph:AJ_13.287   queen." These are the words of Strabo. [288] However, this
Joseph:AJ_13.319   and of great modesty, as Strabo bears witness, in the name
Joseph:AJ_13.347   ht. [347] And both Strabo and Nicolaus [of Damascus] affir
Joseph:AJ_14.35   talents. [35] Now Strabo of Cappadocia mentions this pres
Joseph:AJ_14.68   ius; and, among them, to Strabo and Nicolaus [of Damascus]
Joseph:AJ_14.104   icolaus of Damascus, and Strabo of Cappadocia, both descri
Joseph:AJ_14.111   to it, and particularly Strabo of Cappadocia, who says
Joseph:AJ_14.114   ridates. [114] And Strabo himself bears witness to the sam
Joseph:AJ_14.118   government." And this is what Strabo says. [119] So when
Joseph:AJ_14.138   into Egypt. And Strabo of Cappadocia bears witness to
Joseph:AJ_14.139   ws." [139] Nay, the same Strabo says thus again, in anothe
Joseph:AJ_15.9   brought to be quiet. And Strabo of Cappadocia attests to what

  Strabo 2   (C. Fannius Strabo) - Roman consul, 161 B.C.
  + Fannius
161/_ Consuls: M. Valerius M.f. Messalla, C. Fannius C.f. Strabo
157/5 The Romans send a commission under C.Fannius to Dalmatia.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p66 essalla , C. Fannius C.f. C.n. Strabo [160] & L. Anicius

  Strabo 3   (C. Fannius Strabo) - Roman consul, 122 B.C.
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  + Fannius
123/16 C.Fannius is elected to be consul, with the help of support from Grac
122/_ Consuls: Cn. Domitius Cn.f. Ahenobarbus, C. Fannius M.f.
122/5 enship for the Italian allies, but is opposed by the consul Fannius.
122/13 Fannius expels all aliens from Rome.
122/21 CIL_658, the pedestal of an offering by Fannius.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_632   632] &   Cn. Domitius and C. Fannius. & In the year of
Cic:Acad_2.15   the Greeks call irony, which Fannius says was also a feature
Cic:Brut_99   en," said Atticus, "that Fannius was the author of that
Cic:Brut_100   nded on the character of Fannius, who was only reckoned
Cic:DeOr_3.183   With which kind of foot Fannius ** began, Si, Quirites, minas
Cic:Rep_1.18   was very fond, Gaius Fannius, and Quintus Scaevola, Laelius'
Cic:Rep_6.fr2   [fr.2] Fannius, it is a difficult matter

  Strabo 4   (C. Fannius Strabo) - Latin historian, 2nd century B.C.
  + Fannius
142/8 Servilianus; the bravery of Fannius enables the Roman army to escape
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_81   account of in the Annals of C. Fannius. [82] L. Cotta hims
Cic:Brut_100   But the other C. Fannius, (the son of Marcus and son-in-
Cic:Brut_118   moderate share of it in Fannius,- not so much in Rutilius
Cic:Brut_299   are informed by C. Fannius, in his History, that Africanus
Cic:DeOr_2.270   make a vast fortune.' [270] Fannius, in his Annals says that
Cic:Tusc_4.40   and one much canvassed. - Fannius writes that P. Rupilius took
Syll_712.E   son of Quintus, Gaius Fannius, son of Gaius, Publius

  Strabo 5   (P. Servilius Strabo) - Roman senator, 49 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.239 Titus, Publius Servilius Strabo, the son of Publius, Lucius

  Strabo 6   (C. Tidius Strabo) - a supporter of Cassius, 43 B.C.
Cic:Fam_12.6 out from C. Tidius Strabo, a man of merit, and excellently

  Strabo 7   - a sharp-sighted Sicilian, 3rd century B.C.
241/7 sharp-sighted man called Strabo is able to see ships leaving Cartha

Strabosee Aemilianus2

Strabosee Caesar10

Strabosee Pompeius21


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