Ahala   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Ahala 2   (C. Servilius Structus Ahala) - magister equitum, 439 B.C.
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Cic:Phil_2.26   saw also the image of Ahala? Were these the men to seek
Cic:Phil_2.27   I call them Cascas, or Ahalas? and do you think that tho
Cic:Rep_1.6   the disgrace suffered by Ahala, the hatred directed against
FastCap_p28   C. Servilius . . . Structus Ahala - died in office ,
ValMax_5.3.2   These men withdrew voluntarily, but Ahala, when as master of the

  Ahala 4   (C. Servilius Ahala) - magister equitum, 408 B.C.
FastCap_p34 Cossus C. Servilius P.f. Q.n. Ahala dictator: P. Corneliu

  Ahala 6   (Q. Servilius Ahala) - Roman consul, 365 B.C.
FastCap_p42   ensis , Q. Servilius Q.f. Q.n. Ahala [364] & C. Sulpicius
Oros_3.4   of L. Genucius and Q. Servilius 365 B.C. a great plague

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