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  Crassus   (P. Licinius Crassus) - Roman consul, 171 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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171/_ Consuls: P. Licinius C.f. Crassus, C. Cassius C.f. Longinus
171/8 Crassus sets out for Brundisium, to cross to Greece.
171/15 egotiations after his victory, but the offer is rejected by Crassus.
170/3 Atrocities committed by Crassus and Lucretius against the Greek state
    Within translations:
CIL_1.2661   of Gaius Cassius and Publius Licinius. CIL_1 .635 L
Ennius:Ann_428   Perseus watches Crassus from Mount Ossa ? : PRISCIANUS
Ennius:Ann_429   eat of P. Licinius Crassus in a cavalry-battle at Callinic
FastCap_p66   [171] & P. Licinius C.f. P.n. Crassus , C. Cassius C.f.
Just_33.1   ed. But the consul P.Licinius offered him terms not less
Oros_4.20.30   37 When the consul Crassus was approaching, Perseus advanced to
Plin:HN_7.36   consulship of Publius Licinius Crassus and Gaius Cassius Longinus
Plut:Mor_197   LICINIUS. Publius Licinius, consul and general, being wor
SEG_31.575   (170) at the same time as Publius the general of the Romans,

  Crassus 2   (C. Licinius Crassus) - Roman consul, 168 B.C.
  + Licinius
168/_ Consuls: L. Aemilius L.f. Paullus (II), C. Licinius C.f. Crassus
168/48 The consul Licinius takes charge of an army in Cisalpine Gaul, but
    Within translations:
FastCap_p66 lus II , C. Licinius C.f. P.n. Crassus [167] & Q. Aelius

  Crassus 3   (C. Licinius Crassus) - tribune of the plebs, 145 B.C
  + Licinius
145/4 raetor, successfully opposes C.Crassus' proposal for the election of

  Crassus 6   (P. Licinius Crassus Dives) - Roman consul, 205 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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212/2 P.Crassus is elected pontifex maximus.
210/24 eturius Philo and P.Licinius Crassus are elected censors, but Veturiu
205/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio, P. Licinius P.f. Crassus Dives
184/16 The pontifex maximus P.Crassus punishes a Vestal Virgin for carelessn
184/17 Omens at the funeral of Crassus, and shortly afterwards
183/15 P.Licinius makes an apt remark when Scipio's chaplet breaks.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_77   Lentulus, and P. Crassus who was joint Consul with the
FastCap_p62   office , P. Licinius P.f. P.n. Crassus Dives dictator: Q.
Oros_4.18   elected consul along with Licinius Crassus 205 B.C. He then crossed
ValMax_1.1.6   we may add, that P. Licinius the pontifex thought fit to
ValMax_6.9.3   to be flamen by P. Licinius the pontifex maximus in order

  Crassus 8   (P. Licinius Crassus Mucianus) - Roman consul, 131 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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133/32 P.Crassus is chosen to succeed Gracchus on the agrarian commission.
132/19 nes are put up by the Gracchan agrarian commision, led by P.Crassus.
131/_ Consuls: P. Licinius P.f. Crassus Mucianus, L. Valerius L.f. Flaccu
131/2 Crassus is sent to command the Roman forces in Asia.
131/11 P.Crassus is a leading orator and a respected jurist.
131/13 Crassus punishes a magistrate from Mylassa who did not completely obe
131/14 Crassus is defeated and killed by Aristonicus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Acad_2.13   and distinguished brothers Publius Crassus and Publius Scaevola were
Cic:Brut_98   ese we must add P. Crassus, an orator of uncommon merit
Cic:Brut_127   son-in-law of P. Crassus, who was both an eminent speake
Cic:DeOr_1.170   I consider my relation, Publius Crassus, who from his wealth had
Cic:DeOr_1.216   same man; nor if Publius Crassus was both an orator and
Cic:DeOr_1.239   often heard that, when Publius Crassus was a candidate for the
Cic:DeOr_3.134   the well-known elder Publius Crassus, such that of Titus
Cic:Rep_1.31   at first led by Publius Crassus and Appius Claudius, even now
Cic:Rep_3.17   should the daughter of Publius Crassus, if she were her father's
Cic:Tusc_1.81   did the grandson of P. Crassus, that wise, and eloquent, and
CIL_1.639   son of Gaius; Publius Licinius, son of Publius; Board
CIL_1.640   Gaius; Publius Licinius Crassus, son of Publius; Board
CIL_1.719   ary-stones where Publius Licinius, Appius Claudius,
FastCap_p72   P. Licinius P.f. P.n. Dives Crassus Mucianus , L. Valer
Just_36.4   the command of Licinius Crassus, who, being more eager
Obseq_28   which were there. Publius Crassus was killed while fighting
Oros_5.10   hearing of the death of Crassus and of the slaughter of
ValMax_2.2.1   the country and met P. Crassus by the way, told him
ValMax_3.2.12   am about to describe. Publius Crassus, while making war in Asia
ValMax_3.4.5   and avenged the slaughter of Crassus and his army. Yet though
ValMax_8.7.6   [7.6]   Now P. Crassus, when he came as consul

  Crassus 9   (M. Licinius Crassus) - Roman praetor 126 B.C., "Agelastus"
126/13 iculous procedural dispute in a case heard by the praetor M.Crassus
110/14 M.Crassus is called Agelastus by Lucilius because he only laughed onc
Cic:DeOr_1.166   trying to obtain of Marcus Crassus, the praetor that the party
Cic:Tusc_3.31   of that old Roman, M. Crassus, who, as Lucilius says, never
Plin:HN_7.79   [79] It is stated that Crassus the grandfather of Crassus who

  Crassus 14   (P.Licinius Crassus Dives) - Roman consul, 97 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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102/24 P.Crassus Dives presents magnificent games while holding the office
97/_ Consuls: Cn. Cornelius Cn.f. Lentulus, P. Licinius M.f. Crassus
95/12 P.Crassus is proconsul in Spain; he discovers the route to the Cassit
95/13 P.Crassus grants Roman citizenship to Alexas of Heracleia.
93/2 The triumph of P.Crassus, over the Lusitani.
90/11 ius defeats the Romans under Crassus and drives them back to Grumentu
89/48 The censors P.Crassus and L.Caesar impose curbs on luxury goods such
87/34 Fimbria defeats P.Crassus.
87/41 P.Crassus and his elder son commit suicide, to avoid capture by the
    Within translations:
Cic:DeOr_3.10   beheld his near relation, Publius Crassus, a man of the greatest
Cic:Tusc_5.55   off; and put to death P. Crassus ** and L. Caesar,
CIL_1.702   Gnaeus Cornelius and Publius Licinius. CIL_1 .653 L
Diod_37.23     Lamponius charged at Crassus, in the belief that the
Diod_37.29   the city, Scaevola and Crassus, without any course of
FastCap_p74   ntulus , P. Licinius M.f. P.n. Crassus censors: L. Valeriu
FastTr_p107   Licinius M.f. P.n. Crassus, proconsul, & over the Lusitani
GranLic_19   ther, and forced him to recall Crassus. He did not want
GranLic_23   ace. On his return Crassus pressed for a battle, and advis

  Crassus 17   (M.Licinius Crassus) - Roman consul 70 B.C., "the triumvir"
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87/40 The early family life of M.Crassus, the future triumvir.
85/28 Crassus hides in a cave in Spain, near the estate of Vibius Paciacus.
84/17 Crassus comes out of hiding in Spain and captures Malaca.
83/23 Crassus collects new recruits for Sulla from amongst the Marsi.
83/28 Crassus captures the town of Tuder.
81/14 Crassus and other friends of Sulla enrich themselves by buying up the
72/36 inst Spartacus is transferred to M.Crassus, who recruits a new army.
72/48 Crassus decimates a detachment of his army, after his subordinate Mum
72/51 Crassus defeats Spartacus and forces him to retreat.
72/52 Sicily, but is surrounded by Crassus on a peninsula near Rhegium.
71/6 Spartacus breaks out at night though Crassus' siegeworks.
71/8 Crassus catches and defeats a detachment of German slaves separated
71/10 Crassus annihilates the army of German slaves led by Castus and Canni
71/15 Crassus defeats and kills Spartacus by the river Silarus.
71/23 Crassus rewards a man from Avenio with Roman citizenship.
71/24 Pompeius and Crassus are elected consuls for the following year.
71/30 rs, even though Pompeius and Crassus refuse to disband their armies.
71/31 Crassus celebrates an ovation, for his victory over Spartacus.
70/_ Consuls: Cn. Pompeius Cn.f. Magnus, M. Licinius P.f. Crassus
70/10 pressure forces Pompeius and Crassus to stage a public reconciliation
70/32 Pompeius and Crassus are again reconciled, after constant disagreemen
65/19 Crassus, as censor, proposes that Egypt should be turned into a Roman
63/44 Crassus receives an anonymous letter with details of Catilina's consp
63/72 for their help; L.Tarquinius implicates Crassus in the conspiracy.
61/11 for his province in Spain; Crassus protects him from his creditors.
60/16 esar reconciles Pompeius and Crassus, and together they form the "Fir
59/5 Pompeius and Crassus speak in favour of Caesar's law at an assembly.
56/23 Caesar, Pompeius and Crassus meet at Luca, and agree to renew their
56/45 Pompeius and Crassus seek to be elected as consuls, although they hav
56/49 fter he is violently attacked by supporters of Pompeius and Crassus.
55/_ nsuls: Cn. Pompeius Cn.f. Magnus (II), M. Licinius P.f. Crassus (II)
55/1 Pompeius and Crassus are elected as consuls, after an interregnum.
55/8a Crassus passes the Lex Licinia de Sodaliciis, a law banning illegal
55/9 brother Quintus, describing his meetings with Pompeius and Crassus.
55/43a Crassus is accused by Plotius of an improper relationship with the
55/43b Crassus and Hortensius are named as heirs of L.Minucius Basilus, but
55/43c retort of Crassus, after being mocked by Domitius about the death
55/43d Sarcastic comments of Cicero about Crassus.
55/44 Crassus estimates his wealth before leaving Rome; the total is 7,100
55/45 Crassus musters an army despite the opposition of the tribunes, and
54/1 Cic:Fam_5.8, a letter from Cicero to M.Crassus.
54/6 Crassus sails from Brundisium with his army, and proceeds through Gal
54/25 After the arrival of Crassus in Syria, Gabinius sails back to Rome,
54/26 Crassus invades Mesopotamia, but then withdraws back to Syria.
54/55 aining in Lucania is taken as an omen of disaster for Crassus' army.
53/6 Crassus seizes treasure from temples, including the temple at Jerusal
53/8 Crassus scornfully rejects complaints from the Parthian king about
53/12 Crassus is urged by Artavasdes to advance through Armenia, but instea
53/13 Crassus ignores adverse omens as he crosses the river Euphrates.
53/19 Crassus and his army are deliberately led in the wrong direction
53/21 Parthian general, attacks Crassus at Carrhae; the Romans are defea
53/22 saying of Crassus to one of his soldiers.
53/23 General comments on the wealth and influence of Crassus.
53/24 Crassus agrees to meet the Parthians for negotiations, but they seize
53/30 C.Cassius, the quaestor of Crassus, takes control of Syria after reac
52/78 Orodes kills Surenas, the general who defeated Crassus.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Crassus

  Crassus 18   (P.Licinius Crassus Dives) - Roman praetor, 57 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Cic:Tusc_1.81   more so. Who did the grandson of P. Crassus, that wise,
ValMax_6.9.12   Did not the vastness of Crassus' wealth give him the surname
ValMax_6.9.13   [9.13]   Q. Caepio surpassed Crassus in the extent of Fortune'

  Crassus 20   (P.Licinius Crassus) - the son of the triumvir; killed in 53 B.C.
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57/35 The Veneti and other tribes surrender to P.Crassus.
56/38 P.Crassus conquers Aquitania.
54/46 P.Crassus brings some Gallic cavalry to join his father's army.
53/20 P.Crassus is an accomplished orator and dancer.
53/21 the Romans are defeated with heavy losses, and P.Crassus is killed.
52/15 Cicero is made an augur, in place of P.Crassus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_281   same advice to P. Crassus, the son of Marcus, who courted
Oros_6.8   great war. 7 While P. Crassus, a young man, was wintering
Oros_6.13   praetorian rank, lost their lives. Crassus also, the son of Crassus,

  Crassus 21   (M.Licinius Crassus) - Roman consul, 30 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
30/_ Consuls: Imp. Caesar Divi f. (IV), M. Licinius M.f. Crassus
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_724   724] & C. Caesar (III) and M. Crassus. & In the year of
ExcBarb_50A   ocius Augustus (III) and Crassus Augustus (IV) and Messala
FastTr_p110   Licinius M.f. M.n. Crassus, proconsul, & from Thrace and
Oros_6.19   this instance with M. Licinius Crassus) 30 B.C. went to Brundisium
SEG_67.344   (29/8) ere honoured Marcus Licinius Crassus, imperator the saviour a

  Crassus 23   (L.Licinius Crassus) - Roman consul 95 B.C., "the orator"
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140/17 The birth of the orator L.Crassus.
121/23 L.Crassus, when very young, is too nervous to continue speaking in
119/10 C.Carbo is brought to trial by L.Crassus, and commits suicide.
118/2 colony at Narbo Martius, with the support of the orator L.Crassus.
114/20 The Vestal virgin Licinia is acquitted after a speech by L.Crassus.
109/23 L.Crassus travels to Athens as quaestor, and meets some of the eminen
107/12 Granius invites the tribune L.Crassus to a banquet.
101/24 The aediles L.Crassus and Q.Scaevola hold magnificent games.
96/7 L.Crassus, standing as candidate for the consulship, is ashamed to
96/12 Crassus and Scaevola take opposite sides in a famous court case, over
96/13 Crassus speaks in defence of C.Aculeo.
96/14 trial for building on the Lucrine lake, and is defended by Crassus.
95/_ Consuls: L.Licinius L.f. Crassus, Q.Mucius P.f. Scaevola
95/20 The trial of Q.Caepio, who is defended by the consul L.Crassus.
94/13 C.Carbo is treated kindly by L.Crassus, the governor of Gaul.
93/3 L.Crassus is refused a triumph over the Gauls.
93/7 Crassus gives evidence against M.Marcellus, but Marcellus is acquitte
92/5 Quarrelling between the censors, L.Crassus and Cn.Domitius.
92/16 adopts the recommendation of L.Crassus concerning a complaint made
91/17 Crassus, speaking in defence of Cn.Plancus, denounces the extravaganc
91/18 Crassus is himself criticised for having a luxurious house and furnis
91/19 Crassus jokingly likens a witness in a court case to a crude picture
91/20 L.Crassus, shortly before his death, strongly criticises Philippus
91/21 comments on the character of Crassus, and his pre-eminence as an orat
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_8.4   ning for a dead moray! ' Crassus took him up with these
Cic:Brut_102   any others, particularly to L. Crassus. [103] & As to Cai
Cic:Brut_115   the city)- and yet though L. Crassus and M. Antonius,
Cic:Brut_138   ntrymen, to Antonius and Crassus! For, in my mind, these
Cic:Brut_143-145 *   was even excelled by Lucius Crassus. All, however, were
Cic:Brut_148   resemble. For, as Crassus was the closest of all our eleg
Cic:Brut_150   just been making between Crassus and Scaevola." "In what
Cic:Brut_155   fects. [155] & As Crassus, therefore, in my mind, acted
Cic:Brut_158   we set out upon. Crassus (for he is the orator we were
Cic:Brut_161-165 *   he was the colleague of Crassus." "He was so," said I,
Cic:Brut_173   kers above-mentioned, (that is Crassus and Antonius) came
Cic:Brut_186   ether to say Antonius or Crassus; or this man, perhaps,
Cic:Brut_189   ately fix it either upon Crassus or Antonius? There were
Cic:Brut_197   exist. But when Crassus, who spoke on the opposite side
Cic:Brut_203   professed imitator of Crassus, while Cotta chose Antoni
Cic:Brut_207   give his service; and Crassus, though not so compliable
Cic:Brut_211   she was the daughter of Crassus." [212] "And what think
Cic:Brut_212   inia, who was adopted by Crassus in his will?" "He is said
Cic:Brut_215   an equal footing with Crassus, and in others he was sup
Cic:Brut_229   forum in the consulship of L. Crassus and Q. Scaevola [95
Cic:Brut_230   speak in public while Crassus was living but his fame
Cic:Brut_256   the single oration of Crassus, in defence of Curius,
Cic:Brut_282   he lost all resemblance of L. Crassus, and his other wort
Cic:Brut_296   proceed to Antonius and Crassus, your two paragons of elo
Cic:Brut_298   above oration of Crassus, he himself, perhaps, could hav
Cic:Brut_301   years older) and when Crassus and Antonius, and afterwa
Cic:Brut_303   the height of his glory, Crassus died, Cotta was banished,
Cic:Brut_328   ished from the year when Crassus was consul with Scaevola
Cic:Brut_333   wards came Antonius, and Crassus; and then Cotta, Sulpiciu
Cic:DeOr_1.24   told, I remember, that Lucius Crassus, as if for the purpose
Cic:DeOr_1.28   said, "Why should not we, Crassus, imitate Socrates in the Phaedrus
Cic:DeOr_1.35   his manner, "I agree with Crassus as to other points (that
Cic:DeOr_1.39   the auspices over which you, Crassus, and I preside with great
Cic:DeOr_1.44   affinity. I think, therefore, Crassus, that such great and
Cic:DeOr_1.74   struggle with you any longer, Crassus; for you have, by some
Cic:DeOr_1.80   observed: "You prove to me, Crassus, what you propose; nor do
Cic:DeOr_1.105   wishes of these young gentlemen, Crassus, who do not want the
Cic:DeOr_1.110   strongly of the opinion as Crassus; for he neither adopted such
Cic:DeOr_1.113   am, then, of opinion," said Crassus, "that nature and genius in
Cic:DeOr_1.122   was a wonderful modesty in Crassus, which however was not only
Cic:DeOr_1.129     "Yet observe," said Crassus, "how much more diligence
Cic:DeOr_1.131     "It was," replied Crassus, "because I knew that
Cic:DeOr_1.134   {20.} [134]   Crassus, smiling, replied, "What do you
Cic:DeOr_1.137   "I conceive, however," proceeded Crassus, "that when you have
Cic:DeOr_1.149   "I like that method," replied Crassus, "which you are accustomed to
Cic:DeOr_1.160   {35.} [160]   When Crassus had uttered these words a
Cic:DeOr_1.165   cannot sufficiently wonder," says Crassus, "that even you, Scaevola,
Cic:DeOr_1.204   penetrate into those subjects which Crassus has set before you in
Cic:DeOr_1.207   not to speak after you, Crassus. [208] But I will enter
Cic:DeOr_1.214   wit. [214] But our friend Crassus seemed to me to define
Cic:DeOr_1.219     "Nor am I deterred, Crassus, by those tragic arguments of
Cic:DeOr_1.225   who would have permitted you, Crassus, though a man of the
Cic:DeOr_1.230   perspicuity. [230] But if you, Crassus, had then spoken, you, who
Cic:DeOr_1.234   approbation on the civil law, Crassus, I see what was your
Cic:DeOr_1.242   man Scaevola, ) that you, Crassus, defended the case of Manius
Cic:DeOr_1.248   of law, I make you, Crassus, this answer: that I never
Cic:DeOr_1.255   is no secret to you, Crassus, how many and how various
Cic:DeOr_1.260   let the orator be, as Crassus described him, one who can
Cic:DeOr_1.263   nearer to the truth. [263] Crassus then said, "You make our
Cic:DeOr_1.93-99 *   admiration of your genius, Crassus, that I appeared to
Cic:DeOr_2.1   we were boys, that Lucius Crassus had acquired no more learning
Cic:DeOr_2.11   missing in the conversation of Crassus and Antonius, that any one
Cic:DeOr_2.15   {4.} [15]   Crassus replied, "Whatever object had brought
Cic:DeOr_2.19     "The Greeks, however, Crassus," replied Catulus, "who were
Cic:DeOr_2.27   [27] "But I," interposed Crassus, "will neither allow Antonius
Cic:DeOr_2.30   sides, not only so that Crassus sometimes speaks against me, or
Cic:DeOr_2.37   acquainted with them, (as Crassus observed yesterday,) so the
Cic:DeOr_2.54   excellent man, the friend of Crassus, raised himself a little, and
Cic:DeOr_2.65   field of matter; for as Crassus observed, most writers assign to
Cic:DeOr_2.83   other sciences, such as Crassus said yesterday might be
Cic:DeOr_2.89   would take my advice, Lucius Crassus. To this advice he eagerly
Cic:DeOr_2.122   in speaking as are in Crassus. [123] On which account, if
Cic:DeOr_2.126   learning. You, therefore, Crassus, from your obliging
Cic:DeOr_2.140   perhaps you imagine that Lucius Crassus took his notion of that
Cic:DeOr_2.142   "But Crassus will some day make all
Cic:DeOr_2.170   repugnant circumstances, thus, as Crassus argued when he was
Cic:DeOr_2.188   are the points about which Crassus just now jokingly questioned me
Cic:DeOr_2.195   clothes, and did what you, Crassus, commend, not with art (of
Cic:DeOr_2.199   dwelt on those topics which Crassus just now mentioned, that neither
Cic:DeOr_2.220   thief? Or what aid could Crassus have received in that whole
Cic:DeOr_2.227   the people, than that of Crassus lately in his censorship in
Cic:DeOr_2.231   though he allows wit to Crassus, is yet himself far more
Cic:DeOr_2.240   of a story; as you, Crassus, formerly stated in a speech
Cic:DeOr_2.244   shall we distinguish from Crassus, from Catulus, and from
Cic:DeOr_2.253   "Or, as your friend Granius, Crassus, said of somebody, that he
Cic:DeOr_2.257   violent passion: (whence some say, Crassus, that your law ** on
Cic:DeOr_2.262   use of words: as when Crassus spoke for Aculeo before Marcus
Cic:DeOr_2.264   mentioned before, the story of Crassus about Memmius. ** To this
Cic:DeOr_2.285   the joke of our friend Crassus. When Silus, a witness, was
Cic:DeOr_2.289   is the case with you, Crassus, so much more humorous do
Cic:DeOr_2.296   a large company, and Crassus having largely extolled your
Cic:DeOr_2.298   and practice. The remark of Crassus is indeed that of an
Cic:DeOr_2.326   the language of Lucius Crassus is distinguished by brevity;
Cic:DeOr_2.330   which, whenever it occurs, Crassus thinks is done through
Cic:DeOr_2.350   to lighten the labour of Crassus, and to leave nothing for
Cic:DeOr_2.361   Catulus, and that of Lucius Crassus; for of the rest of
Cic:DeOr_2.364   Antonius, "to take away from Crassus every pretence for refusal, who
Cic:DeOr_3.1   third book, the remarks which Crassus made after the discourse of
Cic:DeOr_3.7   long as the life of Crassus was perplexed with the toils
Cic:DeOr_3.9   call the death of Lucius Crassus, which has been so often
Cic:DeOr_3.11   days after the death of Crassus, and, not many months afterwards,
Cic:DeOr_3.14   the last discourse of Lucius Crassus; and let us express the
Cic:DeOr_3.17   he particularly observed that Crassus employed all the time
Cic:DeOr_3.19   [19]   Crassus then said, "Not only the
Cic:DeOr_3.46   will act with you," said Crassus, "in such a manner, that,
Cic:DeOr_3.52   parts indeed, Antonius," continued Crassus, "which I have just
Cic:DeOr_3.82   by no means astonishing, Crassus, that there should appear
Cic:DeOr_3.126   of matter you have embraced, Crassus, and from how narrow a
Cic:DeOr_3.132   {33.} [132]   Crassus then said, "Not only in
Cic:DeOr_3.143   grace to their sciences." When Crassus had spoken thus, he made
Cic:DeOr_3.148   "You require of me," said Crassus, "to speak on matters which
Cic:DeOr_3.171             I've Crassus for a son-in-law,
Cic:DeOr_3.188   still I am afraid," said Crassus, "lest these matters should either
Cic:DeOr_3.208   {55.} "I perceive, Crassus, " said Cotta, "that you
Cic:DeOr_3.226   [226] "And I, too," said Crassus; "and am grieved that men
Cic:Tusc_1.10   before whom neither L. Crassus, nor M. Antonius can
FastCap_p74   [95] & L. Licinius L.f. C.n. Crassus , Q. Mucius P.f.
Plin:HN_33.147   pound, while the orator Lucius Crassus had a pair of chased
Plin:HN_34.14   that the heirs of Lucius Crassus the orator also sold a
Plin:HN_35.25   sort of a person,' said Crassus, pointing to a picture of
Plin:HN_36.7   a quarrel the orator Lucius Crassus, having been the first to
ValMax_3.7.6   approve the conduct of L. Crassus, who was the most eloquent
ValMax_4.5.4   subject of elections, when L. Crassus stood for the consulship, and
ValMax_6.2.2   said, that he commanded L. Crassus, a man of great dignity
ValMax_6.5.6   [5.6]   Nor did L. Crassus act differently, in a similar
ValMax_8.5.3   [5.3]   L. Crassus also was as great among
ValMax_8.8.1   upon the shore. And L. Crassus often recalled this, having heard
ValMax_8.15.6   Scaevola, the colleague of L. Crassus as consul. He obtained Asia,
ValMax_9.1.1   the publicanus There L. Crassus, pleading against him, said,
ValMax_9.1.4   Cn. Domitius reproached L. Crassus his colleague, because he had

  Crassus 26   (L. Licinius Crassus Scipio) - the grandson and heir of the orator
Cic:Brut_212 think you," said I, "of Crassus, the son of that Licinia,

  Crassus 31   (M'. Otacilius Crassus) - Roman consul, 263 B.C.
263/_ Consuls: M'. Valerius M.f. Maximus, M'. Otacilius C.f. Crassus
263/12 Crassus punishes some troops who had been defeated by Hannibal.
246/_ Consuls: M'. Otacilius C.f. Crassus (II), M. Fabius C.f. Licinus
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54 ice , M'. Otacilius C.f. M'.n. Crassus dictator: Cn. Fulvi
FastCap_p56 46] & M'. Otacilius C.f. M'.n. Crassus II , M. Fabius C.f.

  Crassus 32   (T. Otacilius Crassus) - Roman consul, 261 B.C.
261/_ Consuls: L. Valerius M.f. Flaccus, T. Otacilius C.f. Crassus
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54 ccus , T. Otacilius C.f. M'.n. Crassus [260] & Cn. Corneli

  Crassus 33   (T. Otacilius Crassus) - Roman praetor, 217 B.C.
  + Otacilius
241/8 Marcellus saves the life of his brother Otacilius.
215/10 T. Otacilius Crassus dedicates a temple to Mens, the personificatio
215/34 T.Otacilius leads a Roman fleet in a raid against the African coast.
ValMax_7.6.1   wrote back in answer to Otacilius and Cornelius Mammula, the one

  Crassus 34   (Calpurnius Crassus) - a Roman soldier, 3rd century B.C.
255/13 Calpurnius Crassus is captured by the Massylii, but he is rescued by

  Crassus 36   (Ti. Papirius Crassus) - consular tribune, 380 B.C.
FastCap_p40 Coxo III Ti. Papirius . . . Crassus L. Papirius . . .

  Crassus 37   (L. Papirius Crassus) - consular tribune, 368 B.C.
FastCap_p40 tructus L. Papirius Sp.f. C.n. Crassus L. Veturius L.f.

  Crassus 38   (L. Papirius Crassus) - Roman consul, 336 B.C.
FastCap_p44 [330] & L. Papirius L.f. L.n. Crassus II , L. Plautius
FastCap_p46 censors: L. Papirius L.f. M.n. Crassus, C. Maenius P.f.

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