Plautius   - in ancient sources @

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  Plautius   (C.Plautius) - Roman praetor, defeated by Viriathus in 146 B.C.
146/21 Viriathus destroys a Roman force of 4000 men under C.Plautius.
146/30 Viriathus defeats the Roman praetor C.Plautius.
145/29 C.Plautius is brought to trial for his conduct in Spain, and goes int
    Within translations:
Diod_33.2   country. [2] & Plautius the Roman praetor greatly misg
Oros_5.4   to flight the praetor C. Plautius, whose power had previously been

  Plautius 2   - Roman legate, defeated by the Samnites, 87 B.C.
87/33 Plautius is defeated and killed by the Samnites.

  Plautius 3   (M. Plautius) - a Roman officer serving under Sulla, 1st century B.C.
81/28 M.Plautius commits suicide after the death of his wife.

  Plautius 4   (P. Plautius) - a Roman senator, 44 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.220 Lemonian tribe, Publius Plautius, the son of Publius, of

  Plautius   - in documents
CIL_1.561 to her daughter. [b] Novius Plautius made me at R

Plautiussee Decianus

Plautiussee Hypsaeus

Plautiussee Proculus2

Plautiussee Venno

Plautiussee Venox

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