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  Scipio   (P. Cornelius Scipio) - consular tribune, 395 B.C.
  + Cornelius
FastCap_p36 edullinus V P. Cornelius . . . Scipio Q. Servilius Q.f.

  Scipio 2   (P. Cornelius Scipio) - magister equitum, 350 B.C.
FastCap_p42 Cornelius . . . Scipio - in order to hold elections &

  Scipio 3   (L. Cornelius Scipio) - Roman consul, 350 B.C.
FastCap_p42 III , L. Cornelius P.f. . . Scipio dictator: L. Furius

  Scipio 4   (P. Cornelius Scipio Barbatus) - Roman consul, 328 B.C.
305/1 P.Scipio is appointed dictator in order to preside over elections for
    Within translations:
FastCap_p48 dictator: P. Cornelius . . . Scipio Barbatus , magister

  Scipio 5   (L. Cornelius Scipio Barbatus) - Roman consul, 298 B.C.
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  + Barbatus
298/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius Cn.f. Scipio Barbatus, Cn. Fulvius Cn.f.Maximus
298/11 Scipio invades Etruria.
    Within translations:
CIL_* 1.6-9 * Text Lucius Cornelius Scipio Barbatus, consul in
CIL_1.2660 of the sarcophagus of Barbatus (no.6); first cent
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   ed by L.Scipio son of Barbatus during a storm on
FastCap_p52 ensors: L. Cornelius Cn.f. . . Scipio Barbatus, Cn. Domiti

  Scipio 6   (Cn. Cornelius Scipio Asina) - Roman consul, 260 B.C.
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  + Cornelius
260/_ Consuls: Cn. Cornelius L.f. Scipio Asina, C. Duilius M.f.
260/2 Scipio Asina is trapped and captured by the Carthaginian commander
254/_ Consuls: Cn. Cornelius L.f. Scipio Asina (II), A. Atilius A.f. Caiati
252/1 The triumph of Cornelius Asina, over the Carthaginians.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54   60] & Cn. Cornelius L.f. Cn.n. Scipio Asina , C. Duilius
FastCap_p56   54] & Cn. Cornelius L.f. Cn.n. Scipio Asina II , A. Atiliu
FastTr_p100   eb. (19th January) 253/2 & Cn. Cornelius L.f. Cn.n. Asina,
Oros_4.7   the consulship of Cn. Cornelius Asina and C. Duilius 260 B.C.
Polyaen_6.16.5   icily, to the Roman general Cn.Cornelius. Cornelius accept
ValMax_6.6.2   Carthaginians had treated Cornelius Asina the consul, whom they
ValMax_6.9.11   power also in Cn. Cornelius Scipio Asina. When he was consul,

  Scipio 7   (L. Cornelius Scipio) - Roman consul, 259 B.C.
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  + Cornelius
259/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius L.f. Scipio, C. Aquillius M.f. Florus
259/18 L.Cornelius leads an expedition against Corsica and Sardinia, and cap
258/1 The triumph of L.Scipio, over the Carthaginians, Sardinia, and Corsic
258/3 L.Scipio dedicates a temple to Tempestas.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.8   Text Lucius Cornelius Scipio, son of Barbatus, co
CIL_1.9   turnians This man Lucius Scipio, as most agree, was
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   states was vowed by L.Scipio son of Barbatus duri
FastCap_p54   259] & L. Cornelius L.f. Cn.n. Scipio , C. Aquillius M.f.
FastTr_p100   rnelius L.f. Cn.n. Scipio, consul, & over the Carthaginian
Oros_4.7   Florus and L. Cornelius Scipio 259 B.C. the Carthaginians
ValMax_5.1.2   general to particular senators: L. Cornelius the consul in the First

  Scipio 8   (P. Cornelius Scipio Asina) - Roman consul, 221 B.C.
221/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius Cn.f. Scipio Asina, M. Minucius C.f. Rufus

  Scipio 9   (P. Cornelius Scipio) - Roman consul, 218 B.C.
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218/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius L.f. Scipio, Ti. Sempronius C.f. Longus
218/30 Scipio arrives at the mouth of the Rhone.
218/32 Scipio returns to Italy, after discovering that he has missed Hanniba
218/51 Hannibal comes into contact with the Roman forces under P.Scipio.
218/52 Hannibal defeats Scipio in a skirmish near the river Ticinus.
218/53 Scipio retreats to Placentia.
218/55 Scipio retreats across the river Trebia.
218/56 Sempronius joins Scipio, and defeats Hannibal's Gallic allies in a
217/18 P.Scipio arrives in Spain.
211/4 The Scipio brothers establish a Roman colony at Tarraco.
211/5 The defeat and death of P.Scipio.
    Within translations:
Cic:Rep_1.1   Carthage, nor could the two Scipios ** have extinguished with their
Cic:Rep_4.11   or Naevius to have selected Publius and Gnaeus Scipio for abuse,
Cic:Tusc_1.89   seen, in one campaign, the Scipios fall fighting for their country;
Cic:Tusc_1.110   and Calatinus, and the two Scipios, and the two Africani, and
FastCap_p60   [218] & P. Cornelius L.f. L.n. Scipio , Ti. Sempronius C.f
Nepos_23.4   the Rhone with Publius Cornelius Scipio, the consul, and routed him;
Nepos_23.6   Scipio, the son of that Scipio whom he had put to
Oros_4.14   6 The consul Scipio was the first to meet
Oros_4.16   In Spain, moreover, the Scipios crushed the Carthaginian general
Oros_4.17   In Spain, however, both Scipios were killed by Hasdrubal's
Plin:HN_3.21   which was founded by the Scipios, as Carthago was by the
Plin:HN_35.14   who took vengeance for the Scipios in Spain, found a shield
ValMax_6.6e.1   miserable slaughter of the two Scipios in Spain, and the destruction
ValMax_9.11e.4   of the destruction of the Scipios in Spain, Lake Trasimene, Cannae,

  Scipio 10   (Cn. Cornelius Scipio Calvus) - Roman consul, 222 B.C.
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222/_ Consuls: Cn. Cornelius L.f. Scipio Calvus, M. Claudius M.f. Marcellus
218/35 Cn.Scipio reaches Spain with a Roman fleet.
218/45 Cn.Scipio defeats the Carthaginian general Hanno at Cissa.
218/48 Scipio subdues the Ilergetes.
217/11 Cn.Scipio defeats a Carthaginian fleet near the Ebro.
211/6 The daughter of Cn.Scipio receives a dowry at public expense.
211/7 The defeat and death of Cn.Scipio.
    Within translations:
Cic:Rep_4.11   to have selected Publius and Gnaeus Scipio for abuse, or for
FastCap_p58   ornelius L.f. L.n. Scipio Calvus [ Years 221
Oros_4.14   blasts. 9 But the other Scipio, the brother of the consul
ValMax_1.6.2   deaths of P. and Cn. Scipio had much weakened in Spain,
ValMax_2.7.15   armies of P. and Cn. Scipio, which the victorious Carthaginians had
ValMax_3.7.1     When P. and Cn. Scipio with the greatest part of
ValMax_4.4.10   during the Second Punic Cn. Scipio wrote from Spain to the
ValMax_8.15.11   death of P. and Cn. Scipio, broken and shattered by the

  Scipio 12   (P. Cornelius Scipio Africanus) - Roman consul, 205 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
  + Africani , Africanus , Cornelius
236/8 The birth of Scipio Africanus, whose mother dies in childbirth.
219/41 The slightly dissolute early life of Scipio Africanus.
214/29 The brothers P. and L.Scipio are both elected to be aedile for the
211/29 The young P.Scipio visits the Sibyl at Cumae.
210/11 P.Scipio is elected to be commander of the Roman army in Spain, altho
210/20 Scipio arrives in Spain, at Emporiae.
209/3 Scipio captures Carthago Nova.
209/14 Spanish leaders leave the Carthaginian army and go over to Scipio.
208/6 feated by Scipio at Baecula; Scipio rebukes his Spanish allies for
208/6 nees after being defeated by Scipio at Baecula; Scipio rebukes his
206/7 Scipio defeats Hasdrubal son of Gisgo at Ilipa.
206/8 Scipio visits Syphax in an attempt to win his support.
206/9 Scipio captures Iliturgi and Castulo, while Marcius captures Astapa.
206/13 utiny breaks out in the Roman army in Spain, after Scipio falls ill.
206/14 Scipio defeats the Spanish rebels Indibilis and Mandonius.
206/17 Scipio defeats the Turdetani.
206/18 Scipio confidently predicts his imminent capture of the town of Badia
206/19 General remarks about Scipio's rapid conquest of Spain.
206/22 Scipio returns to Italy.
206/23 Scipio is denied a triumph, because he has not held a regular magistr
205/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio, P. Licinius P.f. Crassus Dives
205/2 Scipio leaves for Sicily.
205/6 Scipio prepares an army of invasion in Sicily.
204/2 Cato as quaestor is assigned to Scipio in Sicily.
204/5 enate debates the conduct of Scipio in Sicily, and the crimes of Plem
204/6 punish Pleminius, but approve of the preparations of Scipio's army.
204/16 Hasdrubal persuades Syphax to repudiate his friendship with Scipio.
204/17 Scipio draws up laws for Agrigentum.
204/18 Scipio crosses from Lilybaeum to Africa, and lands at Pulchri Promunt
204/26 Scipio moves a short distance inland, and is joined by Masinissa.
204/27 the son of Hamilcar is defeated and killed by Scipio near Salaeca.
204/28 Scipio besieges Utica.
203/2 Scipio makes a successful night attack on the camp of Syphax.
203/4 Scipio defeats the Carthaginians at the battle of the Great Plains.
203/5 attack the Roman fleet at Utica, while Scipio is occupying Tunis.
203/13 Hasdrubal tries to win over some of Scipio's allies.
203/14 Scipio agrees to a short truce with the Carthaginians.
202/4 inians seize some Roman transport ships bringing supplies to Scipio.
202/10 Scipio captures three Carthaginian spies, but releases them unharmed.
202/11 Scipio and Hannibal hold a conference on the night before joining in
202/12 Scipio defeats Hannibal at Zama.
201/3 but the senate decides that Scipio should remain as supreme commande
201/11 General comments on the victorious campaign of Scipio in Africa.
201/12 Scipio returns to Italy.
201/13 The triumph of Scipio, for his victories in Africa.
201/14 Scipio is given the surname Africanus.
201/25 Scipio rejects extravagant honours which are offered to him.
199/18 The censors Scipio and Paetus review the senate without any disputes.
195/14 Scipio Africanus is elected consul for the second time.
194/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Africanus (II), Ti. Sempronius Ti.f
194/19 Scipio opens up the public treasury after the quaestors refuse to do
193/17 lected consul, despite the support of his cousin P.Scipio Africanus.
193/18 embassy (possibly including Scipio Africanus) goes to Ephesus, but
193/24 IG_11.4.712, an inscription from Delos in honour of P.Scipio.
191/8 Antiochus captures the son of Scipio Africanus.
191/26 L.Scipio, the brother of Africanus, is elected consul.
191/32 province of Greece, after Scipio Africanus agrees to serve as his
190/24 The inhabitants of Heracleia Pontica send a delegation to P.Scipio.
190/25 Syll_618, a letter from the Scipio brothers to the town of Heracleia
187/7 Scipio Africanus is brought to trial by the Petillii, but wins the
187/8 Scipio Africanus tears up his account books, when they are demanded
187/9 Scipio Africanus leaves Rome, and the tribune Ti.Gracchus intervenes
183/9 P.Scipio visits the temple of Jupiter on the Capitol before making
183/11 P.Scipio learns of the death of his brother L.Scipio, while staying
183/12 Scipio plants an olive tree at Liternum, which survives for at least
183/13 band of robbers pays homage to Scipio at Liternum.
183/14 Scipio is the first Roman to wear a sardonyx gem.
183/15 P.Licinius makes an apt remark when Scipio's chaplet breaks.
183/16 saying of Scipio about the advantages of being alone.
183/17 Other sayings of Scipio.
183/18 comments on the character of Scipio Africanus, his greatness and his
183/19 The death of Scipio Africanus.
183/20 Ennius:Fr_(Loeb)p400'1-6, an epitaph for Scipio.
175/11 L.Scipio the son of Africanus is elected praetor, after his opponent
170/29 cter of P.Scipio, the son of Africanus, who had poor health and died

  Scipio 13   (L. Cornelius Scipio Asiaticus) - Roman consul, 190 B.C.
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  + Asiaticus , Lucius
207/18 L.Scipio captures Orongis.
193/23 CIL_612, the base of a statue of L.Scipio.
191/26 L.Scipio, the brother of Africanus, is elected consul.
191/32 L.Scipio is allotted the province of Greece, after Scipio Africanus
190/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius P.f. Scipio, C. Laelius C.f.
190/23 The Roman army under L.Scipio crosses the Hellespont.
189/3 Scipio and Antiochus agree peace terms, by which Antiochus is forced
189/24 L.Scipio celebrates a triumph for his victory over Antiochus, and bri
187/8 when they are demanded as evidence in the prosecution of L.Scipio.
187/12 Gracchus saves L.Scipio from imprisonment.
186/9 celebrated by M.Fulvius and L.Scipio; the games are partly paid for
184/10 eview the senate, and impose penalties on L.Flamininus and L.Scipio.
183/10 L.Scipio Asiaticus adopts a Greek style of dress, as is shown by a
183/11 rns of the death of his brother L.Scipio, while staying at Liternum.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.12   quaestor in 167 B.C., son of Asiaticus. About 160 B.C.
CIL_1.612   Text Lucius Cornelius Scipio (later called Asiagenus),
CIL_6.40950   3.15 ) L. Cornelius Scipio Asiaticus [L. Co
Diod_34.33   ame family as Africanus, Asiaticus and Hispanicus; of whom
FastCap_p64   ornelius P.f. L.n. Scipio (who was later called Asiaticus)
FastTr_p103   ornelius P.f. L.n. Scipio, proconsul, & from Asia over [ki
Festus:Brev_12   Magnesia by the consul Scipio, brother of Scipio African
Just_31.7   Carthaginians? Lucius Scipio was therefore made consul,
Malal_210   llent consul, the second Scipio, the brother of the first
Malal_211   rest of his life. Scipio invited Antiochus to a banquet
Memn_18   his, they sent envoys to Scipio again, because they wanted
Plin:HN_33.138   they contributed funds for Lucius Scipio to defray the cost of
Plin:HN_33.148   than the victory of Scipio. [149] For on that
Plin:HN_35.22   was also done by Lucius Scipio, who put up in the
Plin:HN_37.12   gemstones. The victories of Lucius Scipio and of Gnaeus Manlius {189
Plut:Mor_197   to attend his brother Lucius in the war against Antioch
Porph:Fr_47   confronted by L.Scipio Nasica, along with his brother
ValMax_3.5.1   a king, over whom L. Scipio was soon to obtain a
ValMax_3.6.2   behold the statue of L. Scipio on the Capitol, wearing a
ValMax_4.1.8   two Scipios, Africanus and Asiaticus; yet when Scipio Asiaticus,
ValMax_4.1e.9   were driven back by L. Scipio beyond Mount Taurus, so that
ValMax_5.3.2   comfort to him, that his brother had suffered the same before;
ValMax_5.5.1   legate to his brother L. Scipio. And so that the elder
ValMax_8.1d.1   own innocence did good. L. Scipio, after a splendid triumph over
ValMax_8.1d.2   [1d.2]   Scipio was damaged by his great

  Scipio 14   (P. Cornelius Scipio) - the elder son of Scipio Africanus
170/29 The character of P.Scipio, the son of Africanus, who had poor health
    Within translations:
CIL_1.10 Text Publius Cornelius Scipio, probably a son of Sc

  Scipio 15   (L. Cornelius Scipio) - Roman praetor, 174 B.C.
175/11 L.Scipio the son of Africanus is elected praetor, after his opponent
ValMax_4.5.3   ill will, had brought Cn. Scipio, the son of the elder

  Scipio 18   (L. Cornelius Scipio Asiaticus) - the son of Scipio Asiaticus
159/17 CIL_11 and 12, epitaphs for L. L.f. Scipio and L. Cn.f. Scipio.

  Scipio 20   (L. Cornelius Scipio Asiaticus) - Roman consul, 83 B.C.
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85/19 L.Scipio attacks and destroys the Scordisci.
84/19 by Thracians and Illyrians; L.Scipio responds by attacking the Illyr
83/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius L.f. Scipio Asiaticus, C. Norbanus
83/20 M.Piso refuses to serve as quaestor under L.Scipio.
83/22 Scipio is deserted by his army, after entering into negotiations with
82/55 L.Scipio goes into exile at Massilia.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_671   nto 44 regions. [671] &   L. Scipio and C. Norbanus. &
Cic:Brut_175   man literature. L. Scipio likewise was not an unskilful
Diod_38.16   others. [16] &   Scipio's army, which had been corrupted
FastCap_p74   [83] & L. Cornelius L.f. L.n. Scipio Asiaticus , C. Norba
Oros_5.21   Carbo, Marius, Norbanus, and Scipio. Among the proscribed Sertorius

  Scipio 21   (P. Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus Africanus) - Roman consul, 147 B.C.
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  + Africanus
184/15 The birth of Scipio Aemilianus.
182/17 ted into other families, and take on the names of Fabius and Scipio.
167/9 Scipio Aemilianus proves his courage while hunting in the royal parks
167/28 stay at Rome, where he becomes the mentor of Scipio Aemilianus.
162/12 The death of Aemilia, grandmother of Scipio Aemilianus.
160/24 Scipio Aemilianus makes over his inheritance to his brother.
159/14 The death of Scipio Aemilianus' mother.
151/5 P.Scipio volunteers to go to Spain.
151/10 Scipio slays a Spaniard in single combat during the siege of Intercat
151/14 Lucullus captures Intercatia: Scipio is first to scale the walls.
150/11 Scipio Aemilianus passes through Massilia and other cities, and makes
149/29 are defeated at Nepheris; Scipio rescues three cohorts which were
149/30 rial commission of the remarkable achievements of Scipio Aemilianus.
149/31 Cato praises Scipio.
148/5 The dream of Scipio.
148/9 The death of Masinissa; Scipio divides the kingdom of Numidia between
148/12 Negotiations between Phameas and Scipio.
148/15 Scipio returns from Africa with Phameas.
148/25 Scipio is elected consul.
148/27 Scipio is given command of the war in Africa, and carefully chooses
147/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Africanus Aemilianus, C. Livius M.A
147/2 Scipio rescues Mancinus from a Carthaginian counter-attack.
147/3 Scipio improves discipline in the Roman army.
147/6 Scipio breaks into the Megara district of Carthage.
147/16 Scipio cuts off Carthage by land.
147/18 Scipio builds a mole to prevent supplies reaching Carthage by sea,
147/21 Scipio captures the outer quay at Carthage.
147/23 Scipio captures Nepheris.
146/10 Third Punic War, in which Scipio quickly and decisively defeated
146/24 Scipio sends back spoils from Carthage to Sicily, without taking anyt
146/34 Scipio holds victory games, and punishes deserters.
145/2 The triumph of Scipio Aemilianus.
144/13 Scipio persuades the senate that neither consul is fit to be sent as
142/3 Scipio Africanus is elected censor despite criticism from Ap.Claudius
142/13 cipio Africanus and Mummius; Scipio speaks out against C.Licinius,
142/14 Scipio dedicates a temple to Hercules.
140/11 Scipio Aemilianus is brought to trial by the tribune Claudius Asellus
139/3 Scipio visits Egypt, where his companions privately express their con
139/10 Scipio visits Syria.
139/19 Scipio visits Asia and Rhodes, where he meets Panaetius.
138/29 L.Cotta is accused by Scipio Aemilianus of taking bribes, but he
135/8 Scipio is elected consul.
134/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Aemilianus II, C. Fulvius Q.f. Flac
134/5 Scipio recruits a corps of volunteers.
134/7 Scipio restores discipline in the Roman army.
134/12 Scipio attacks Pallantia, where he rescues Rutilius Rufus from an amb
134/15 Scipio defeats the Numantines.
133/2 Scipio publicly accepts a gift from Antiochus.
133/3 Scipio encircles Numantia.
133/5 Negotiations between the Numantines and Scipio break down.
133/18 Scipio praises C.Marius.
133/19 Scipio insults C.Metellus, who is serving under him at Numantia.
133/20 icult Numantine War, which was finally brought to a close by Scipio.
133/21 Scipio destroys Numantia; the end of the Numantine War.
133/26 Scipio praises Jugurtha.
133/30 Scipio Aemilianus receives the news of Gracchus' death.
133/31 P.Rupilius is elected consul, through the influence of Scipio.
133/33 Scipio settles the affairs of the Spanish cities.
132/16 The triumph of Scipio Aemilianus, over the Numantines.
131/6 Scipio Aemilianus opposes C.Carbo's bill for the re-election of tribu
129/8 Scipio speaks in defence of the Italian allies.
129/12 Scipio dedicated a temple to Virtue.
129/13 ero as tribune rules against Scipio in a procedural dispute concernin
129/14 Scipio sharply criticizes P.Sulpicius Gallus for his effeminacy.
129/15 Scipio introduces the habit of shaving daily.
129/16 The philosopher Panaetius is a regular companion of Scipio.
129/17 the cultured character of Scipio, his ability as a general, and
129/18 den and unexplained death of Scipio Aemilianus; his political foe Met
129/20 Q.Maximus gives a public banquet in memory of Scipio.

  Scipio 22   (P. Cornelius Scipio Nasica) - Roman consul, 191 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
  + Cornelius , Nasica
204/3 Magna Mater arrives at Rome; P.Scipio Nasica and Claudia are chosen
193/1 Scipio Nasica makes his soldiers construct ships while in winter quar
193/10 bels in several battles, but P.Scipio prevents the rebellion from spr
193/17 P.Scipio Nasica fails to be elected consul, despite the support of
191/_ Consuls: M'. Acilius C.f. Glabrio, P. Cornelius Cn.f. Scipio Nasica
191/16 Scipio Nasica decisively defeats the Boii.
191/25 The triumph of Scipio, over the Boii.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.33   les; they judged Publius Nasica to be the best man, and
FastCap_p64   191] & P. Cornelius Cn.f. L.n. Scipio Nasica , M'. Acilius
FastTr_p103   ecember) & [p103] [191/0] & P. Cornelius [Cn.f. L.n. Nasic
Oros_4.20   the consulship of P. Cornelius Scipio and M. Acilius Glabrio 191
Plin:HN_7.120   {34.}   [120] Scipio Nasica was judged by the
ValMax_8.15.3   of glory arises also in Scipio Nasica. For before he was

  Scipio 23   (P. Cornelius Scipio Nasica Corculum) - Roman consul, 162 B.C.
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  + Nasica
169/10 Scipio Nasica jokingly rebukes Ennius after being refused entry to
168/18 Nasica defeats the Macedonian garrison at Pythium.
162/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Nasica, C. Marcius C.f. Figulus
159/12 sed statues from the forum, including some statues of Scipio Nasica.
159/13 Scipio Nasica sets up the first water-clock at Rome.
158/9 The censors P.Scipio Nasica and M.Popillius complete the census.
155/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Nasica (II), M. Claudius M.f. Marce
155/12 Scipio Nasica captures Delminium; the end of the Dalmatian War.
155/20 Scipio refuses to celebrate a triumph, despite the approval of the
154/17 Scipio Nasica prevents the censor Cassius from building a theatre.
151/3 Another Roman embassy, led by Scipio Nasica, is sent to Carthage.
150/15 ate to go to war against Carthage, despite the opposition of Nasica.
140/19 General remarks on the career of P.Cornelius Scipio Nasica Corculum.
    Within translations:
Cic:Acad_2.137   in the consulship of Publius Scipio and Marcus Marcellus, - he
Cic:Brut_79   ewise told that P. Scipio Nasica, surnamed Corculum [Darli
Cic:Brut_213   progenitors, P. Scipio, who was twice consul, and was
Cic:DeOr_2.276   Or as the repartee of Nasica, who, having called at the
Cic:Tusc_1.18   concordes and that prudent Nasica, who was twice consul,
Diod_34.33   ther misfortunes which Publius Scipio foretold, came to
FastCap_p66   162] & P. Cornelius P.f. Cn.n. Scipio Nasica , C. Marcius
FastCap_p68   155] & P. Cornelius P.f. Cn.n. Scipio Nasica II , M. Claud
Oros_4.21   ashamed in the presence of Nasica. And let them not complain
Plin:HN_7.118   of Catus {"Wise"} and Corculum {"Sage"}, and in Greece
Plin:HN_7.215   until the next lustrum when Scipio Nasica the colleague of Laenas
Plin:HN_34.30   the censors Publius Cornelius Scipio and Marcus Popilius caused
Plut:Mor_198   the enemy drawn up, when Nasica advised him to set upon
ValMax_1.1.3   returning out of Gaul, and Scipio Nasica from Corsica, both laid
ValMax_2.4.2   but by the authority of Scipio Nasica, all the furniture from

  Scipio 24   (P. Cornelius Scipio Nasica Serapio) - Roman consul, 138 B.C.
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146/37 Scipio Nasica fails to be elected as aedile.
138/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Nasica Serapio, D. Junius M.f. Brut
138/5 C.Curiatius gives Nasica the nickname Serapio, because of his likenes
138/7 dispute between Curiatius and Nasica over the corn supply.
133/25 Gracchus is killed by his opponents, led by P.Scipio Nasica.
133/34 hus' supporters try to bring Scipio Nasica to trial, but Scaevola def
131/12 The death of Scipio Nasica.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_85   young man, the two Consuls P. Scipio and D. Brutus [138
Cic:Brut_107   prior to Maximus, the Scipio, by whose instigation (tho
Cic:Brut_212   had four sons,- P. Scipio, who, when a private citizen,
Cic:DeOr_2.285   That saying also of the Scipio who slew Tiberius Gracchus amuses
Cic:Rep_1.6   Ahala, the hatred directed against Nasica, the exile of Laenas, the
Cic:Tusc_4.51   To me, indeed, that very Scipio ** who was chief priest,
Diod_34.7   served punishment. Scipio seized a club that was close to
Diod_34.33   to pass. His son Nasica afterwards, when he was well adv
FastCap_p70   [138] & P. Cornelius P.f. P.n. Scipio Nasica , D. Junius
Oros_5.8   among the people. When Nasica opposed this measure, Pompeius
Oros_5.9   incensed. On the order of Nasica they wielded pieces of wood
Plin:HN_7.54   in his slave; and a Scipio received the surname Serapio in
ValMax_1.4.2   expelled from the Capitol by Scipio Nasica the pontifex maximus and
ValMax_2.8.7   therefore were the victories of Nasica over Ti. Gracchus, and of
ValMax_3.2.17   by force. Then replied Scipio Nasica, "Because the consul,
ValMax_3.7.3   this place pass over Scipio Nasica, illustrious for his
ValMax_5.3.2   Who can be unaware that Scipio Nasica was as famous in
ValMax_7.5.2   all the people, and caused Scipio to be rejected. For all
ValMax_9.14.3   [14.3]   Cornelius Scipio, a young man illustrious for

  Scipio 25   (P. Cornelius Scipio Nasica) - Roman consul, 111 B.C.
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111/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Nasica, L. Calpurnius Bestia
111/13 witty retort of Granius to the consul Nasica.
111/14 The death of the consul Nasica.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_128   ed. [128] As to P. Scipio, who died in his consulship [111
Cic:Brut_212   their two grandfathers, Scipio and Crassus, we have taken
Diod_34.33   [33] & Publius Scipio Nasica, the consul, was a man
FastCap_p72   [111] & P. Cornelius P.f. P.n. Scipio Nasica , L. Calpurni
Oros_5.15   during the consulship of P. Scipio Nasica and L. Calpurnius Bestia
ValMax_1.8.11   by fire, once when P. Scipio Nasica and L. Bestia were
ValMax_7.5.2   [5.2]   P. Scipio Nasica, the glory of the

  Scipio 26   (P. Cornelius Scipio Nasica) - Roman praetor, 94 B.C.
94/3 Scipio Nasica subdues some Spanish rebels.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_211   one of whom (the wife of Scipio) you, my Brutus, I believe
Obseq_51   were put to death by Nasica, and their cities laid waste.

  Scipio 27   (Cn. Cornelius Scipio Hispallus) - Roman consul, 176 B.C.
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176/_ Consuls: Cn. Cornelius Cn.f. Scipio Hispallus, Q. Petillius
176/1 The consul Scipio dies at the end of the Latin Festival.
176/3 C.Valerius Laevinus is elected consul in place of Scipio.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.15   ispanus, probably son of Hispallus, praetor peregrinu
CIL_1.16   daughter of Gnaeus, wife of Hispallus. CIL_1 .15 L
FastCap_p66   76] & Cn. Cornelius Cn.f. L.n. Scipio Hispallus - died in
Obseq_9   the liver wasted away. As Cornelius was returning from the Alban
ValMax_6.3.3   Cornelius Scipio, the son of Hispalus, had the experience of it,

  Scipio 28   (Cn. Cornelius Scipio Hispallus) - Roman praetor, 139 B.C.
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139/6 The senate prevents Cn.Scipio from going to Spain.
135/16 CIL_15, the epitaph of Cn. Cornelius Scipio Hispanus.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.33   Africanus, Asiaticus and Hispanus; of whom the first con
ValMax_1.3.3   [3.3]   C. Cornelius Hispallus, a praetor of foreigners, in
ValMax_6.3.3   the senate. But Cn. Cornelius Scipio, the son of Hispalus, had

  Scipio 29   (L. Cornelius Scipio) - probably a son of Scipio Hispallus; died about 160 B.C.
159/17 CIL_11 and 12, epitaphs for L. L.f. Scipio and L. Cn.f. Scipio.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.16 Text Paula, mother of Scipio Hispanus ? Paula Corne

  Scipio 36   - son of Lepidus; killed in 77 B.C.
77/15 Scipio is killed when the government forces capture Alba.

  Scipio 37   (P. Cornelius Lentulus Scipio) - suffect consul, 2 A.D.
FastCap_p84 July: P. Cornelius Cn.f. Cn.n. Scipio , T. Quinctius T.f.

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