Appuleius   - in ancient sources @

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  Appuleius   (Sex. Appuleius) - Roman consul, 29 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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CIL_6.49040   _13.3.29 ) (?) Sex. Appuleius . . . son of
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   the fifth time, with Sex. Appuleius]. Augustus
ExcBarb_50A   Scipio Augustus (VI) and Apuleius Augustus (VII) and Agrip
FastTr_p110   ct. (25th September) 26 & Sex. Appuleius Sex.f. Sex.n.,
Oros_6.20   (in this instance with Sex. Appuleius) 29 B.C. Caesar returned from

  Appuleius 2   (M. Appuleius) - Roman quaestor, 45 B.C.
46/96 Fam_13.45-46 & 13.79, letters from Cicero to Appuleius and Allienus.

  Appuleius 3   (M. Appuleius) - Roman consul, 20 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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Cassiod:Chr_734 by Lucius Lamia. [734] & M. Apuleius and P. Silius. &

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