Sextius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(P. Sextius) - convicted of bribery in the elections for praetors, 100 B.C.
and convicted P. Sextius of bribery, when he was praetor
(T. Sextius) - governor of "New Africa" after the death of Julius Caesar
T.Sextius seizes the province of Africa, after defeating and killing
Titus Sextius, the governor appointed by Antonius, defeats Fango
ndant of imperator Titus Sextius in Africa, aedile at
(Q. Sextius) - a Pythagorean philosopher in the time of Julius Caesar
→ Wikipedia entry
Cratippus, Pompeius Trogus, Q.Sextius and Theopompus are associates
Sextius, a Roman philosopher, almost drowns himself in the river Tiber
ith the Parthians. Sextus, the Pythagorean philosopher,
- in documents
18 ft. CIL_1 .1308 Latin Text Sextius Geganius. Rome.
reedman of Lucius Marcus Sexti(us), freedman of Nume
lomusus, slave of Gnaeus Sextius Philemon, slave of Ba
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