Bassus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Q. Caecilius Bassus) - a Roman general in Syria, 1st century B.C.
Caecilius Bassus escapes to Tyre, after serving in the army of Pompei
Sextus Caesar is defeated and killed by Caecilius Bassus.
ficius to take command in Syria, against the rebel forces of Bassus.
r's forces, under the command of Antistius, attack Caecilius Bassus.
the governor of Bithynia, intervenes in Syria and besieges Bassus.
Bassus defeats Murcus, the general sent against him by Caesar.
Pompeius and Caecilius Bassus, who, it seems to me, are
legion which Q.Caecilius Bassus had, has come over to me,
Crispus. As for Bassus, the poor fool would not hand
ion following: Caecilius Bassus, one of Pompeius's party,
siege, he brought over both Bassus and Marcus to his
tus Caesar, by Caecilius Bassus, which he perpetrated out
reconciliation between Bassus and Marcus, and the legion
- in documents
grief the epistrategus Bassus, being moved to sympa
Bassus → see
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