Afranius   - in ancient sources @

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  Afranius   (L. Afranius) - Roman poet, 1st century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Cic:Brut_167   But the poet L. Afranius, whom he studiously imitated,
Cic:Tusc_4.45   we have that scene in Afranius, borrowed from common life; for
Schol:Bob_89   vered their heads. Afranius mentions it in his Cousins:

  Afranius 2   (L. Afranius) - Roman consul 60 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
65/16 king Phraates for a treaty, and sends Afranius to occupy Gordyene.
61/17 Pompeius supports Afranius and Metellus in the election of consuls
60/_ Consuls: Q. Caecilius Q.f. Metellus Celer, L. Afranius A.f.
49/42 Afranius and Petreius attack C.Fabius, the general of Caesar, near
49/47 Spain, and confronts the army of Afranius in skirmishes near Ilerda.
49/51 Caesar harries the army of Afranius and Petreius, as they attempt to
49/52 Afranius and Petreius surrender to Caesar.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p76   Q.f. Q.n. Metellus Celer , L. Afranius A.f. [59] & C. Jul
Oros_5.23   Pompey overthrew Uxama, while Afranius destroyed Calagurris with a
Oros_6.15   that the Pompeian generals L. Afranius, M. Petreius, and M. Varro
Oros_6.16   together with Faustus Sulla, Afranius, and his son Petreius.

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