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  Decius   (C. Messius Quintus Traianus Decius Augustus) - Roman emperor, 249-251 A.D.
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ExcBarb_48B   for 6 years - cons. 3 [48B] Decius for 2 years - cons.
Oros_7.20   result of the treachery of Decius.
Oros_7.21   regions where the edicts of Decius for the destruction of the
Oros_7.22   the one inflicted by Decius caused the whole Roman
Oros_7.27   succeeded the short-lived persecutor Decius, the seventh plague came
SelPap_1.49   Gaius Messius Quintus Decius Trajanus Pius Felix Au
SelPap_2.318   Gaius Messius Quintus Trajanus Decius Pius Felix Augus

  Decius 2   Jubellius - commander of the Campanian garrison at Rhegium, 280 B.C.
270/16 Decius, the commander of the rebellious garrison at Rhegium, loses

  Decius 3   Magius - a leader of the pro-Roman party at Capua, 216 B.C.
216/36 Hannibal removes Decius Magius, a prominent supporter of the Romans,

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