Lucilius   - in ancient sources @

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  Lucilius   (C. Lucilius) - Latin poet, late 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
110/14 assus is called Agelastus by Lucilius because he only laughed once
103/15 C.Caelius acquits a man accused of slandering the poet Lucilius.
101/27 Sayings of Lucilius about his poetry.
101/28 The death of the poet Lucilius.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_99 lled for his learning by Lucilius: and others believed it
Cic:Brut_160 been twice mentioned by Lucilius) we should scarcely have
Cic:Brut_172 said Brutus, "of whom Lucilius has related such a numbe
Cic:Brut_274 uld be, and disposed (as Lucilius expresses it) with as
Ennius:Ann_258 you analyse my verses or Lucilius', you will not find the
Ennius:Ann_543 herefore both Ennius and Lucilius write - a Bruttian speak
Hieron:Chron_1870 in Ar.] The birth of the poet Lucilius. A census was held
Hieron:Chron_1914 ld. [not in Ar.] C.Lucilius the writer of satires died at

  Lucilius 2   (Sex. Lucilius) - tribune of the plebs, 87 B.C.
86/1 Marius orders the murder of Sex.Lucilius.

  Lucilius   - in documents
CIL_1.2137 aff. CIL_1 .2137 Latin Text L. Lucilius. Cremona. Lu
CIL_1.2437 chiano, Faliscan territory. Me Lucilius made. On ware
CIL_1.2452 nium. On a mosaic. Lucilius Macer, son of Aulus, and T

Luciliussee Balbus6

Luciliussee Longus7

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