Vatinius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(P. Vatinius) - a Roman who predicted the victory at Pydna, 168 B.C.
P.Vatinius has a divine revelation from the Dioscuri, announcing
(P. Vatinius) - Roman consul, 47 B.C.
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Cicero trades insults with Vatinius during a legal case.
Vatinius and Sestius are elected as quaestors for the following yea
li complain to Cicero about the behaviour of the quaestor Vatinius
P.Vatinius serves under C.Cosconius in Spain.
Cisalpine Gaul and Illyricum, through a law proposed by Vatinius
Vatinius passes a law, on behalf of Caesar, to send colonists to
The misdemeanours of Vatinius, as tribune.
Vatinius escapes prosecution by accepting an offer to join Caesar's
Vatinius presents a gladiatorial show.
Cicero's invective against Vatinius, who is appearing as a witness
us is splattered with blood; Vatinius is elected as praetor, while
Vatinius is prosecuted by Calvus, but Cicero is persuaded by Caesar
Caesar sends Vatinius and Balbus to start talks with Pompeius' army
Consuls: Q. Fufius Calenus, P. Vatinius
Vatinius defeats Octavius in a sea battle near the island of Tauris
:Fam_5.9 & 9.8, letters from Vatinius to Cicero and from Cicero to
Caesar sends Vatinius to exact tribute and hostages from the Illyri
Cic:Fam_5.10-11, letters of Cicero to and from Vatinius.
The Illyrians defeat Baebius, an officer of Vatinius.
the territory and army of P.Vatinius, the proconsul of Illyricum.
The triumph of Vatinius, over the Illyrians.
Octavianus insults Vatinius.
 & Q. Fusius and P. Vaticanus. & In the year
Fufius Q.f. C.n. Calenus , P. Vatinius P.f.  & C. Jul
ecember)  & P. Vatinius P.f., proconsul, & over Illyri
im. & Hearing that Vatinius, his enemy and otherwise a lew
the principal accuser, with P.Vatinius as a witness. The
M.Tullius investigated P.Vatinius, who was appearing as
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