Laelius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(C. Laelius) - Roman consul, 190 B.C.
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Laelius and Masinissa defeat and capture Syphax.
Laelius arrives at Rome with Syphax, and envoys from Masinissa.
Consuls: L. Cornelius P.f. Scipio, C. Laelius C.f.
later called Asiaticus) , C. Laelius C.f. C. n. 
(C. Laelius Sapiens) - Roman consul, 140 B.C.
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+ Caius , Laelii
Laelius captures Cothon.
Laelius returns to Rome to announce the capture of Carthage.
C.Laelius, as praetor, successfully opposes C.Crassus' proposal for
Laelius defeats Viriathus.
C.Laelius is unsuccessful in consular elections.
Consuls: C. Laelius C.f., Q. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
Laelius withdraws his proposed agrarian law.
C.Laelius asks the city of Magnesia to arbitrate between Itanus and
Galba and Laelius speak on opposite sides when a guild is accused of
ability as a general, and in particular his friendship with Laelius.
General comments on the character of C.Laelius "the Wise".
Laelia the daughter of C.Laelius is as eloquent as her father.
Cic:Brut_* 82-89 *
experienced performer; but C. Laelius, and P. Africanus
calm and easy spirit of Laelius seems still to breathe
son-in-law of C. Laelius), was of a rougher cast, both
Scaevola; though Laelius politely excused himself, by
Q. Caepio, and C. Laelius [140 B.C.], about three years
Laelia, the daughter of Caius, and observed in her a stro
people],- and C. Laelius, who was esteemed the wisest
of the families of the Laelii and the Mucii, (though eve
you to the instances of Laelius and Scipio; for a purity
said of Africanus and Laelius, than whose language (you
Pompeius A.f. . .  & C. Laelius C.f. C.n. , Q. Serv
& He assisted C. Laelius, his most beloved friend, when
oat. A speech of C.Laelius Sapiens in praise of Scipio has
(112/1) t was done; and that Laelius should appoint a peopl
(D. Laelius) - an officer of Pompeius in the war against Sertorius
omen for the wife of D.Laelius - two snakes appear in her bed.
troys a legion from Pompeius' army, along with its leader D.Laelius.
(D. Laelius) - prosecutor of L.Flaccus, 59 B.C.
the prosecutor, Decimus Laelius, had chosen to use this
- in documents
and Gnaeus Apollonius Laelius slave of Quintus Pr
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