Aufidius   - in ancient sources @

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  Aufidius   - a custodian of the capitol at Rome, 179 B.C.
179/29 M.Aufidius gives a report to the senate on the ceremonial shields dis

  Aufidius 2   (Cn. Aufidius) - historian, and Roman praetor in 108 B.C.
112/17 Cn.Aufidius, as tribune of the plebs, passes a law to allow elephants
95/22 Cn.Aufidius adopts Orestes, and M.Pupius adopts Piso, even though bot
90/41 The historian Cn.Aufidius and the lawyer C.Drusus overcome blindness
Cic:Tusc_5.113   I was a boy, Cn. Aufidius, a blind man, who had
Plin:HN_8.64   elephants into Italy. Gnaeus Aufidius when Tribune of the

  Aufidius 3   (T. Aufidius) - Roman praetor in (?) 67 B.C.
66/36 T.Aufidius is a good governor of Asia, despite his humble background.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_179   ter's. As to Titus Aufidius, who lived to a great age, he
ValMax_6.9.7   higher from humble beginnings. T. Aufidius, who once had the role

  Aufidius   - in documents
CIL_1.1805 CIL_1 .1805 Lucius Aufidius. Found at Bar
SEG_47.604 (160-140)   llatinan tribe; Titus Aufidius, son of Marcus, of t

Aufidiussee Bassus2

Aufidiussee Orestes6

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