Granius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a public crier, late 2nd century B.C., famous for his wit
witty retort of Granius to the consul Nasica.
Granius invites the tribune L.Crassus to a banquet.
sarcastic response by Granius when greeted by Drusus.
he had not supped with Granius the beadle when he enjoye
my old friend Q. Granius, the public crier." "Do you mea
and from others, your acquaintance Granius, or my friend Vargula? No
"Or, as your friend Granius, Crassus, said of somebody, that
as when Albucius taunted Granius, because, when something appeared
- in documents
CIL_1 .1210 Latin Text Aulus Granius. Found at Rome;
CIL_1 .2235 Marcus Granius and others. Ta
son of Quintus; Gaius Granius son of Gaius; Tiberius
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