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  Caepio   (Cn. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 253 B.C.
253/_ Consuls: Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio, C. Sempronius Ti.f. Blaesus
    Within translations:
FastCap_p56   & Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio , C. Sempronius Ti.f
Oros_4.9   - the consuls Servilius Caepio and Sempronius Blaesus 253

  Caepio 2   (Cn. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 203 B.C.
  + Servilius
203/_ Consuls: Cn Servilius Cn.f. Caepio, C. Servilius C.f. Geminus
203/24 .Sulpicius is appointed dictator, to stop Caepio crossing to Africa.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p62 & Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio , C. Servilius C.f.
Just_31.2 with alarm, sent Cnaeus Servilius, in the character of

  Caepio 3   (Cn. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 169 B.C.
  + Servilius
169/_ Consuls: Q. Marcius L.f. Philippus (II), Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_78 Marcius and Cn. Servilius [169 B.C.], after exhibiting
FastCap_p66 , Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio censors: C. Claudius

  Caepio 5   (Cn. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 141 B.C.
141/_ Consuls: Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio, Q. Pompeius A.f.
125/11 the censors Cn. Servilius Caepio and L.Cassius Longinus, who also
    Within translations:
FastCap_p70 & Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio , Q. Pompeius A.f.

  Caepio 6   (Q. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 140 B.C.
140/_ Consuls: C. Laelius C.f., Q. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
140/9 Asellus attempts to stop the consul Caepio leaving for his province.
139/9 Caepio forces Viriathus to retreat, but his severity makes him unpopu
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_161   born in the consulship of Q. Caepio, and C. Laelius [140
Diod_33.1   Roman name.   But Caepio, who was afterwards general agai
Diod_33.21   that they would persuade Caepio to agree to peace terms,
FastCap_p70   .n. , Q. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio [139] & Cn. Calpurni
ValMax_8.5.1   witnesses. Cn. and Q. Servilius Caepio, both born of the same
ValMax_9.6.4   hands; and in Q. Servilius Caepio the consul, because he the

  Caepio 7   (Q. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 106 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Servilius
107/6 The triumph of Q.Caepio, from further Spain.
106/_ Consuls: C. Atilius Serranus, Q. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
106/2 Caepio passes a law to share the membership of juries between senator
106/11 Caepio recaptures Tolosa and removes its sacred treasures.
105/11 Disputes between Mallius and Caepio.
105/13 The Cimbri defeat Caepio and destroy the Roman army at Arausio.
105/16 The people deprive Caepio of his command.
104/25 L.Cassius passes a law to remove Caepio from the senate.
103/12 Caepio and Mallius are both exiled, following riots instigated by the
93/10 Q.Caepio dies in exile.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_648   Atellan plays. [648] &   Q. Servilius and C. Atilius
Cic:Brut_135   emed an orator. Q. Caepio too had a great deal of spirit,
Cic:Brut_162   in praise of Q. Caepio, intermingled with a defence of
Cic:Brut_164   I was speaking of, on Caepio's case, has been my patter
Cic:DeOr_2.124   citizens, and their hatred to Caepio, who had lost the army,
Cic:DeOr_2.197   and miserable calamity of Caepio; it also appeared that
Cic:DeOr_2.199   it to the condemnation of Caepio's flight, and lamentation for the
Cic:DeOr_2.203   argument did you omit against Caepio ? How did you confound
CIL_1.677   of Gaius Atilius and Quintus Servilius. CIL_1 .678 L
CIL_1.678   in the consulship of Quintus Servilius and Gaius Ati
FastCap_p72   nus , Q. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio [105] & P. Rutilius
FastTr_p107   ilius Cn.f. Cn.n.] Caepio, pro[consul, & from Further Spai
GranLic_11   sent a letter begging Caepio to join forces with him
GranLic_13   on the same charge as Caepio, by a decree of the people
Just_32.3   thousand pounds of gold, Caepio, the Roman consul, a long
Obseq_41   the instigation of the consul Caepio, the jury courts were shared
Obseq_44a   A slave of Q. Servilius Caepio castrated himself in honour of
Oros_5.15   into exile. 25 The proconsul Caepio captured a city of the
Oros_5.16   B.C. and the proconsul Q. Caepio were dispatched against the Cimbri,
Plut:Mor_203   day on which formerly Caepio's army was destroyed by
Poseidon_33   .13) & The Roman general Caepio removes an immense amount
ValMax_4.7.3   a praiseworthy conscience. When Caepio was thrown into prison,
ValMax_6.9.13   [9.13]   Q. Caepio surpassed Crassus in the extent

  Caepio 8   (Q. Servilius Caepio) - Roman praetor, (?) 91 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
100/10 Caepio is brought to trial for obstructing the passing of Saturninus'
95/20 The trial of Q.Caepio, who is defended by the consul L.Crassus.
91/1 Political rivalry between the tribune M.Drusus and Q.Caepio.
91/2 Caepio unsuccessfully prosecutes Scaurus and (?) Philippus.
91/12 restrained by violence, and threats have been made against Caepio.
90/16 Q.Caepio is appointed to share the command against the Marsi with C.M
90/17 Caepio is defeated and killed by Poppaedius.
90/45 CIL_708, the epitaph of C.Sergius, killed in battle with Q.Caepio.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_169   he made at Rome against Caepio, is really an excellent
Cic:Brut_206   Metellus (?) son of [...], Q. Caepio, and Q. Pompeius Ruf
Cic:Brut_223   same post to Q. Caepio, if he had not been so violently
Plin:HN_33.20   auction that the quarrel between Caepio and Drusus began which was

  Caepio 9   (Q. Servilius Caepio) - tribune of the soldiers, 72 B.C.
76/24 The close friendship of M.Cato and his brother Caepio.
67/35 M.Cato mourns the death of his brother Caepio, at Aenus.

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