Fufidius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(L. Fufidius) - a Roman orator, late 2nd century B.C.
inscribed to L. Fufidius containing the History of his
Scaurus.  & Fufidius himself was likewise a tolerab
many authorities, the Lucius Fufidius to whom Scaurus dedicated
(L. Fufidius) - Roman praetor, about 81 B.C.
Sertorius defeats Fufidius by the river Baetis.
Fufidius summons Domitius, governor of Hispania Citerior, to come to
thought less worthy than Fufidius, a vile wench, the disho
108M] & & When Fufidius arrived soon afterwards with
- in documents
son of Gaius, and Marcus Fufidius son of Marcus, by a
magistracy of Numerius Fufidius, son of Numerius, and
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