Cicereius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(C. Cicereius) - Roman praetor, 173 B.C.
praetor, after his opponent Cicereius withdraws from the election.
C.Cicereius celebrates a private triumph on the Alban Mount, for his
rt.] (1st March) [172/1] & [C. Ci]cer[eius ... who had bee
been for the favour of Cicereius, who was his father's secretary,
Africanus, together with C. Cicereius the scribe, into the
- in documents
son of Lucius Publius Cicereius, son of Gaius Marcus
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