Labienus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(T. Labienus) - tribune of the plebs, 63 B.C.
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Labienus and Caesar accuse C.Rabirius of treason, but he is defended
ests is transferred back to the people, on the proposal of Labienus.
Caesar and Labienus defeat the Helvetii by the river Arar.
Labienus defeats and kills Indutiomarus, the leader of the Treveri.
Labienus defeats the Treveri.
Labienus defeats the Gauls near Lutetia.
Labienus deserts Caesar and joins his opponents.
tart talks with Pompeius' army, but Labienus opposes any compromise.
Caesar's army is attacked by Labienus and Petreius, and suffers many
Caesar beats back another attack by Labienus.
Labienus insists that Scipio should reward a brave soldier.
battle, in which the tribune Labienus lost his life. In a
to destroy the camp of Labienus and the legion which the
over the whole earth. T. Labienus and Attius Varus were slain
who had acted bravely, T. Labienus advised him to give a
(Q. Labienus) - son of T.Labienus, who defected to the Parthians
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Brutus and Cassius send Labienus to gain the support of the Parthians
Q.Labienus and the Parthians invade Syria and defeat the army of Saxa
Labienus overruns Roman territory as far as Asia Minor.
Ventidius drives Labienus out of Asia Minor, and defeats him near the
Parthians, with Labienus, who had been of the Pompeian
made an alliance with Labienus, and, under the leadersh
(c. 30) t by the ravages of Labienus; and because they fo
(Q. Labienus) - a supporter of Saturninus, killed in 100 B.C.
next forced Saturninus, Saufeius, and Labienus to flee for refuge
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