Capito - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a slave of Memmius at Rome, 96 B.C.
CIL_889, an "inspection ticket" of Capito.
(L. Paccius Capito) - a Roman senator, 1st century B.C.
Publius, Lucius Paccius Capito, the son of Lucius, of the
of Alexandria - an epic poet
plectrum another;" as Capito the epic poet says in the
upbearer to the gods; as Capito the epic poet relates (and
(C. Ateius Capito) - tribune of the plebs, 55 B.C.
ters from Cicero to Plancus, Capito and Cupiennius about the Buthrotu
(Sinnius Capito) - a Roman grammarian, who lived during the reign of Augustus
this speech, as Sinnius Capito suggests, which is part
(C. Ateius Capito) - suffect consul, 5 A.D.
→ Wikipedia entry
Postumus , C. Ateius L.f. L.n. Capito [6AD] & tribunician
(C. Fonteius Capito) - Roman consul, 12 A.D.
sti n. , C. Fonteius C.f. C.n. Capito & from 1st July: C.
- in documents
ife, daughter of Sextus, . . . Capito son of Lucius.
Titus Flavius Capito to Titus Flavius Sarap
Chionis Marcus Cornelius Capito son of Marcus, of the
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