Cloelius   - in ancient sources @

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  Cloelius   (Sex. Cloelius) - a henchman of P.Clodius, 1st century B.C.
→   The spelling of this man's name is uncertain: he is called either Cloelius or Clodius in the manuscripts.
58/1 Sex.Cloelius holds the Ludi Compitalicii, even though they are still
52/31 Sex.Cloelius, the principal henchman of P.Clodius, is brought to tria
44/63 Antonius recalls Sex.Cloelius and other exiles.

  Cloelius 2   (P. Cloelius) - a Roman aristocrat, 3rd century B.C.
219/40a P.Cloelius causes dissension at Rome by marrying a close relative.

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