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(A. Gabinius) - a Roman general, killed in 89 B.C.
A.Gabinius is defeated and killed in Lucania.
(A. Gabinius) - a Roman officer, early 1st century B.C.
Sulla sends Gabinius to recall Murena from Asia.
(A. Gabinius) - Roman consul, 58 B.C.
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A.Gabinius passes the Lex Gabinia, which gives Pompeius wide-ranging
but is forced to give way by the opposition of Gabinius and others.
Gabinius passes a law, which forbids loans to foreign envoys in Rome.
Gabinius and Piso, the nominees of the triumvirs, are elected consuls
Consuls: L. Calpurnius L.f. Piso Caesonius, A Gabinius A.f.
in support of Cicero, but Gabinius orders L.Lamia, one of the equi
Ariobarzanes persuades Gabinius, the new governor of Syria, to undert
Gabinius suppresses a revolt by Alexander, the son of Aristobulus;
Alexander surrenders to Gabinius, who re-organises the government of
Gabinius prevents Philippus from going to Egypt; regarded by some as
uses to grant a supplication for the victories of Gabinius in Syria.
Gabinius advances towards Mesopotamia, in order to attack the Parthia
sends a letter authorising Gabinius to assist Ptolemy' return
Gabinius invades Egypt, defeats Archelaus and reinstates Ptolemy
Gabinius leaves behind Roman soldiers in Egypt.
the Syrians demand that Gabinius should be prosecuted for his
Gabinius defeats Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, in a battle near
Gabinius attacks the Nabataeans.
ridates and Orsanes, escape from Syria, or are released by Gabinius.
arrival of Crassus in Syria, Gabinius sails back to Rome, accompanied
Gabinius returns to Rome, where he tries to avoid attention.
Gabinius is prosecuted for illegally invading Egypt, but he is acquit
pinion at Rome turns against Gabinius, and he is even blamed for a
Gabinius is convicted of extortion.
Gabinius, the general of Caesar, is defeated by the Illyrians, and
excited the war against Gabinius, who was not a man, but
us.  & L. Piso and A. Gabinius. & In the year of
ndria to rule there, but Gabinius, an officer of Pompeius
L.f. L.n. Piso Caesoninus , A. Gabinius A.f. . .  &
ter, Philippus was captured by Gabinius. Syria, which had
had taken bribes; first Gabinius, and then Scaurus, - the
forgave him, and sent Gabinius, and soldiers with him,
of this performed; but Gabinius came back, being both
Joseph:AJ_* 14.82-92 *
incursion into Judaea, Gabinius came from Rome into Syri
Joseph:AJ_* 14.96-98 *
brought as a captive to Gabinius, with his son Antigonus,
Joseph:AJ_* 14.101-104 *
ed.  But when Gabinius found Syria in such a state,
time when he was with Gabinius, he made both Herodes
uld not so much as admit Gabinius into the city, who was
Joseph:BJ_* 01.160-179 *
own by Pompeius, had not Gabinius, who was sent as success
marched into Judaea with Gabinius; so he constituted the
- in documents
CIL_1 .2280 Latin Text Valus Gabinius. Avennio (Avig
arquinii. I, Retus Gabinius, slave of Gaius, made yo
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