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  Hortensius 2   (Q. Hortensius) - Roman dictator, 287 B.C.
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287/12 um, in a dispute over debts; Q.Hortensius passes laws to settle their
287/13 The death of Q.Hortensius, the dictator.

  Hortensius 3   (L. Hortensius) - Roman praetor, 171 B.C.
170/13 Hortensius sacks Abdera.

  Hortensius 4   (Q. Hortensius) - Roman consul, 108 B.C.
108/_ Consuls: Ser. Sulpicius Ser.f. Galba, (Q.?) Hortensius
108/1 Q.Hortensius is found guilty of an offence, and is forced to resign
    Within translations:
FastCap_p72 icius Ser.f. Ser.n. Galba , Q. Hortensius . . . - convicte

  Hortensius 6   (Q. Hortensius Hortalus) - Roman orator, consul in 69 B.C.
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114/23 The birth of the orator Q.Hortensius.
95/21 The first public speech of Q.Hortensius, on behalf of the inhabitants
91/37 Hortensius makes a speech calling for the restoration of Nicomedes.
77/35 ortion in Macedonia; he is defended by Hortensius, and is acquitted.
77/36 Hortensius speaks in defence of Canuleius.
76/14 at Rome: Cicero, Cotta, and Hortensius are elected to various office
75/40 Hortensius is acknowledged to be the leading orator in Rome.
69/_ Consuls: Q. Hortensius L.f. Hortalus, Q. Caecilius C.f. Metellus
68/25 Hortensius fails to sustain his pre-eminence as an orator after his
61/25 Cicero's Academica, a conversation in Hortensius' villa at Bauli.
55/25 ending on luxury, but the law is successfully opposed by Hortensius.
55/43b M.Crassus and Q.Hortensius accept an inheritance from L.Minucius Basi
55/53 Cato gives his wife Marcia to his friend Hortensius.
51/17 Hortensius defends his nephew M.Valerius Messala against a charge of
50/21 neral comments on the orator Q.Hortensius, his florid style of speaki
50/22 The death of Hortensius; after which Marcia returns to her previous
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_685 [685] &   Q. Metellus and Q. Hortensius. & In the year
Cic:Brut_1 was brought me of the death of Hortensius. I was more affe
Cic:Brut_6 happy one. [6] If Hortensius was now living, he would pro
Cic:Brut_189 youth, when Cotta and Hortensius were in such high repu
Cic:Brut_* 228-233 * earance of Sulpicius and Hortensius, he was unable to equa
Cic:Brut_279 us now proceed to him (Hortensius) who is the only remai
Cic:Brut_291 however, to return to Hortensius." [292] "Indeed, I thi
Cic:Brut_300 let us return to Hortensius, from whom we have digressed
Cic:Brut_301 ond time. [301] & Hortensius, then, who began to speak
Cic:Brut_304 the forum. [304] Hortensius joined the army, and served
Cic:Brut_307 osely I trod upon the heels of Hortensius. [308] The three
Cic:Brut_308 youth, had all left us) Hortensius, of course, was the
Cic:Brut_317 inent; (I mean Cotta and Hortensius) whose glory fired my
Cic:Brut_* 323-330 * ose. [323] & When Hortensius, therefore, the once eloquen
Cic:Brut_333 then Cotta, Sulpicius, Hortensius, and- but I say no mor
Joseph:AJ_14.4 Olympiad, when Quintus Hortensius and Quintus Metellus,
Nepos:Att_15 Cato, Marius, Quintus Hortensius, Aulus Torquatus, and
Nepos:Att_16 age as himself, Quintus Hortensius and Marcus Cicero, he
Nepos:Att_5 intimate with Quintus Hortensius, who, in those times,
Plut:Mor_205 sphinx as a present to Hortensius the orator, who told
Schol:Bob_96 opposition of his colleague Q.Hortensius. After completin
Schol:Bob_125 case; among them were Q.Hortensius, M.Crassus and L.Licin

  Hortensius 7   (L. Hortensius) - an officer serving under Sulla
GranLic_27 otiated, Sulla's officer Hortensius routed the Maedi and
Memn_22 inforcements from Lucius Hortensius, who brought more than

  Hortensius 8   (Q. Hortensius Hortalus) - Roman praetor, (?) 45 B.C.
43/120 .Antonius is put to death by Hortensius, after attempting to start


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