93 B.C. Olympiad 171.4

Consuls: C. Valerius C.f. Flaccus, M. Herennius M.f.
Athenian archon: Criton

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1 ROM {10 June -R} The triumph of T.Didius, over the Celtiberi.
* Read Cicero's account
Cic:Planc_61; #FastTr_p107; Appian:Hisp_100; { CAH_9'787; OCD_d.}
2 {12 June -R} The triumph of P.Crassus, over the Lusitani.
* Read Fasti's account
#FastTr_p107; Ascon_14;L  Schol:Bob_131;L  { CAH_9'787; OCD_c.}
3 ROM L.Crassus is refused a triumph over the Gauls.
* Read Cicero's account
Cic:InvRhet_2'111,L  :Pis_62, :Brut_256; Ascon_14-15;L (↓)  { Crassus was consul in 95 B.C., and returned to Rome in time to be censor in 92 B.C.}
4 GRE A joke of Gellius, as proconsul, about the arguments between philosophers at Athens.
Cic:Leg_1'53;L  { OCD_g; MRR_2'11.}
4a << Document: Syll_737, a decree of Delphi in honour of a musician from Eleutherna.
5 ROM << M.Drusus stages magnificent games, when holding the office of aedile.
[Vict]:VirIll_66'1-2;L  { MRR_2'9.}
6 ?? Ap.Claudius fails to be elected aedile.
Cic:Planc_51; { ~MRR_2'16.}
7 ?? Crassus gives evidence against M.Marcellus, but Marcellus is acquitted.
* Read Cicero's account
Cic:Font_24-26; ValMax_8.5'3.
8 == The Roman government imports 30 pounds of the plant called laserpitium, also known as silphium.
9 ITA == The poet Archias is made a citizen of Heracleia, through the influence of Lucullus.
+Cic:Arch_6-8; +Schol:Bob_175.
10 AS1 ?? Q.Caepio dies in exile.
Strab_4'188;(1.13)  { Caepio was sent into exile in 93 B.C.}
11 GRE Socrates goes to stay with Cornelius on Euboea, after failing to gain Roman support for his claim to the throne of Bithynia.
GranLic_30; { Before Nicomedes IV was forced out of Bithynia.}
12 ETR Document: CIL_1.890, an "inspection ticket" of Menophilus.

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