Bibulus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(C. Publicius Bibulus) - tribune of the plebs, 209 B.C.
The tribune C.Publicius Bibulus attacks Marcellus' handling of the
Text C. Publicius Bibulus, probably tribune in 209 B
(M. Calpurnius Bibulus) - Roman consul, 59 B.C.
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After widespread bribery, Bibulus overcomes L.Lucceius and is elected
Consuls: C. Julius C.f. Caesar, M. Calpurnius C.f. Bibulus
The consul Bibulus retires to his home, and refrains from public busi
Clodius prevents Bibulus from making a speech at the end of his year
After some delay, Bibulus arrives to be the new Roman governor of Syr
The sons of M.Bibulus are murdered in Egypt.
Bibulus stays within the walls of Antioch, until the Parthians have
a supplication for the success of his son-in-law Bibulus in Syria.
M.Bibulus removes the statues of Zeus and Athena from
Bibulus captures some of Caesar's transport ships while they are retu
Bibulus maintains a blockade of Caesar's forces, but dies at sea
orators who died this year: Bibulus, Appius Claudius, L.Domitius,
nhappy war, was M. Bibulus, who, though not a professed
aesar , M. Calpurnius C.f. . . Bibulus  & L. Calpurniu
ful general called Bibulus came to a village on the coast
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