Granius   - in ancient sources @

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  Granius   - a public crier, late 2nd century B.C., famous for his wit
111/13 witty retort of Granius to the consul Nasica.
107/12 Granius invites the tribune L.Crassus to a banquet.
91/26 sarcastic response by Granius when greeted by Drusus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_160   he had not supped with Granius the beadle when he enjoye
Cic:Brut_172   my old friend Q. Granius, the public crier." "Do you mea
Cic:DeOr_2.244   and from others, your acquaintance Granius, or my friend Vargula? No
Cic:DeOr_2.253   "Or, as your friend Granius, Crassus, said of somebody, that
Cic:DeOr_2.281   as when Albucius taunted Granius, because, when something appeared

  Granius   - in documents
CIL_1.1210 CIL_1 .1210 Latin Text Aulus Granius. Found at Rome;
CIL_1.2235 CIL_1 .2235 Marcus Granius and others. Ta
CIL_1.698 son of Quintus; Gaius Granius son of Gaius; Tiberius

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