Sophus   - in ancient sources @

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  Sophus   (P. Sempronius Sophus) - Roman consul, 304 B.C.
  + Sempronius
310/2 P.Sempronius fails to stop Ap.Claudius remaining in office as censor.
304/_ Consuls: P. Sempronius P.f. Sophus, P. Sulpicius Ser.f. Saverrio
304/12 Sempronius subdues the Aequi.
304/22 Sempronius celebrates a triumph over the Aequi.
299/6 The censors P.Sempronius and P.Sulpicius complete the census; two new
    Within translations:
FastCap_p48 304] & P. Sempronius P.f. C.n. Sophus , P. Sulpicius Ser.f
FastCap_p50 sors: P. Sempronius P.f. Cn.n. Sophus , . Sulpicius Ser.f.
FastTr_p96 mpronius P.f. C.n. Sophus, consul, & over the Aequi, 7 k.O

  Sophus 2   (P. Sempronius Sophus) - Roman consul, 268 B.C.
  + Sempronius
268/_ Consuls: P. Sempronius P.f. Sophus, Ap. Claudius Ap.f. Russus
268/7 Sempronius defeats the Picentes.
268/10 Sempronius and Claudius both celebrate triumphs, over the Picentes.
268/12 Sempronius dedicates a temple to Tellus.
252/12 The censors M'.Valerius and P.Sempronius complete the census; 16 sena
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54 268] & P. Sempronius P.f. P.f. Sophus , Ap. Claudius Ap.f.
FastCap_p56 mpronius P.f. P.n. Sophus - they completed the 37th lustru

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