Fimbria - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(C. Flavius Fimbria) - Roman consul, 104 B.C.
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Consuls: C. Marius C.f. II, C. Flavius C.f. Fimbria
Scaurus accuses Memmius and Fimbria of extortion.
der) flourished C. Fimbria, who was rather rough and abusi
enced a prosecution against C. Fimbria, the father of M.
style of speaking which Gaius Fimbria had, though he succeeds in
an act was that of Fimbria the ex-consul! When he was
(C. Flavius Fimbria) - a supporter of Marius; died in 85 B.C.
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Fimbria defeats P.Crassus.
C.Fimbria refuses to make a judgement on the character of M.Lutatius
C.Fimbria is a competent, though rather harsh, orator.
Fimbria attempts to murder Scaevola at Marius' funeral, and then pros
Flaccus quarrels with his legate C.Fimbria.
Fimbria murders Flaccus and takes over command of his army.
Fimbria defeats Mithridates' son and forces Mithridates out of Pergam
after Lucullus refuses to cooperate with Fimbria in capturing him.
Fimbria captures and sacks Ilium.
Fimbria's cruel treatment of Nicomedeia, Cyzicus, and other cities
The determined character and unsophisticated oratory of C.Fimbria.
Fimbria commits suicide.
Fannius and Magius escape from Fimbria's army, and join Mithridates.
to win over soldiers from Fimbria's army, who are still serving
ssed antagonist C. Fimbria was not able to maintain his
funds.  & Fimbria, having out-paced Flaccus, and
B.C.]. From when Fimbria defeated Mithridates' army near
with the help of Flavius Fimbria he enlisted the Samnites
ing in battle with Fimbria, he was miserably defeated but
larmed by the arrival of Fimbria, as I shall explain in
nate sent Valerius Flaccus and Fimbria to fight against
prisoners. The Fimbrian soldiers were concerned that
set on fire by C. Fimbria, the most venerable statue stood
of Marius, the insanity of Fimbria, and the audacity of Sertorius,
11 Fimbria became enraged at the inhabitants
act and saying of C. Fimbria; though considered by themselves, they
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