Hypsaeus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hypsaeus 3   (L. Plautius Hypsaeus) - Roman praetor, 135 B.C.
135/7 The praetor Hypsaeus is defeated by the rebel slaves.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.2 ght a battle with Lucius Hypsaeus, who had come from Rome

  Hypsaeus 4   (M. Plautius Hypsaeus) - Roman consul, 125 B.C.
126/13 Hypsaeus and Cn.Octavius have a ridiculous procedural dispute in a
125/_ Consuls: M. Plautius Hypsaeus, M. Fulvius M.f. Flaccus
Cic:DeOr_1.166   and sometimes angry, while Hypsaeus, in the loudest voice,
Oros_5.11   the consulship of M. Plautius Hypsaeus and M. Fulvius Flaccus 125
ValMax_9.5.1   Flaccus, consul with M. Plautius Hypsaeus, when he was about to
ValMax_9.5e.4   speech of C. Gracchus against Plautius.

  Hypsaeus 5   (P. Plautius Hypsaeus) - Roman praetor, 55 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
52/23 Plautius Hypsaeus is convicted of bribery.
    Within translations:
Schol:Bob_169   Q.Metellus Scipio } and Hypsaeus {all sought to be electe
ValMax_9.5.3   leaving the bath he left Hypsaeus, who was accused of bribery,

  Hypsaeus 6   - an ancient king of Thessaly; father of Cyrene
Just_13.7 being sent by her father Hypsaeus, king of Thessaly, to

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