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(Q. Hortensius) - Roman dictator, 287 B.C.
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um, in a dispute over debts; Q.Hortensius passes laws to settle their
The death of Q.Hortensius, the dictator.
(L. Hortensius) - Roman praetor, 171 B.C.
Hortensius sacks Abdera.
(Q. Hortensius) - Roman consul, 108 B.C.
Consuls: Ser. Sulpicius Ser.f. Galba, (Q.?) Hortensius
Q.Hortensius is found guilty of an offence, and is forced to resign
icius Ser.f. Ser.n. Galba , Q. Hortensius . . . - convicte
(Q. Hortensius Hortalus) - Roman orator, consul in 69 B.C.
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The birth of the orator Q.Hortensius.
The first public speech of Q.Hortensius, on behalf of the inhabitants
Hortensius makes a speech calling for the restoration of Nicomedes.
ortion in Macedonia; he is defended by Hortensius, and is acquitted.
Hortensius speaks in defence of Canuleius.
at Rome: Cicero, Cotta, and Hortensius are elected to various office
Hortensius is acknowledged to be the leading orator in Rome.
Consuls: Q. Hortensius L.f. Hortalus, Q. Caecilius C.f. Metellus
Hortensius fails to sustain his pre-eminence as an orator after his
Cicero's Academica, a conversation in Hortensius' villa at Bauli.
ending on luxury, but the law is successfully opposed by Hortensius.
M.Crassus and Q.Hortensius accept an inheritance from L.Minucius Basi
Cato gives his wife Marcia to his friend Hortensius.
Hortensius defends his nephew M.Valerius Messala against a charge of
neral comments on the orator Q.Hortensius, his florid style of speaki
The death of Hortensius; after which Marcia returns to her previous
 & Q. Metellus and Q. Hortensius. & In the year
was brought me of the death of Hortensius. I was more affe
happy one.  If Hortensius was now living, he would pro
youth, when Cotta and Hortensius were in such high repu
Cic:Brut_* 228-233 *
earance of Sulpicius and Hortensius, he was unable to equa
us now proceed to him (Hortensius) who is the only remai
however, to return to Hortensius."  "Indeed, I thi
let us return to Hortensius, from whom we have digressed
ond time.  & Hortensius, then, who began to speak
the forum.  Hortensius joined the army, and served
osely I trod upon the heels of Hortensius.  The three
youth, had all left us) Hortensius, of course, was the
inent; (I mean Cotta and Hortensius) whose glory fired my
Cic:Brut_* 323-330 *
ose.  & When Hortensius, therefore, the once eloquen
then Cotta, Sulpicius, Hortensius, and- but I say no mor
Olympiad, when Quintus Hortensius and Quintus Metellus,
Cato, Marius, Quintus Hortensius, Aulus Torquatus, and
age as himself, Quintus Hortensius and Marcus Cicero, he
intimate with Quintus Hortensius, who, in those times,
sphinx as a present to Hortensius the orator, who told
opposition of his colleague Q.Hortensius. After completin
case; among them were Q.Hortensius, M.Crassus and L.Licin
(L. Hortensius) - an officer serving under Sulla
otiated, Sulla's officer Hortensius routed the Maedi and
inforcements from Lucius Hortensius, who brought more than
(Q. Hortensius Hortalus) - Roman praetor, (?) 45 B.C.
.Antonius is put to death by Hortensius, after attempting to start
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