Albucius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(T. Albucius) - Roman praetor 105 B.C.
Q.Scaevola is accused of extortion by T.Albucius.
T.Albucius is convicted of extortion, following his return from Sardi
T.Albucius studies philosophy in exile, at Athens.
against him for bribery by T. Albucius. But he was never
criminality. T. Albucius, who lived in the same age,
also amusing; as when Albucius taunted Granius, because, when
saying this in ridicule of Albucius, he does not refrain from
How was it with T. Albucius? Did he not follow his
(C. Albucius Silus) - a teacher of rhetoric, late 1st century B.C.
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in Ar.] Albucius Silo of Novaria, a famous teacher of
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