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  Laelius   (C. Laelius) - Roman consul, 190 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
203/7 Laelius and Masinissa defeat and capture Syphax.
203/15 Laelius arrives at Rome with Syphax, and envoys from Masinissa.
190/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius P.f. Scipio, C. Laelius C.f.
    Within translations:
Cic:Rep_003.   without injustice (sections 8-28). Laelius then takes up the
Cic:Tusc_1.110   and Paulus, and Cato, and Laelius, and numberless other heroes; and
FastCap_p64   later called Asiaticus) , C. Laelius C.f. C. n. [189]
Oros_4.18   were defeated and fled. 21 Laelius and Masinissa captured Syphax as
ValMax_5.5.1   a very close friendship with Laelius, yet implored the senate that
ValMax_6.9e.7   was brought in chains by Laelius the legate to Scipio the

  Laelius 2   (C. Laelius Sapiens) - Roman consul, 140 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Caius , Laelii
146/3 Laelius captures Cothon.
146/23 Laelius returns to Rome to announce the capture of Carthage.
145/4 C.Laelius, as praetor, successfully opposes C.Crassus' proposal for
145/24 Laelius defeats Viriathus.
142/9 C.Laelius is unsuccessful in consular elections.
140/_ Consuls: C. Laelius C.f., Q. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
140/7 Laelius withdraws his proposed agrarian law.
140/13a C.Laelius asks the city of Magnesia to arbitrate between Itanus and
138/30 Galba and Laelius speak on opposite sides when a guild is accused of
129/17 ability as a general, and in particular his friendship with Laelius.
125/21 General comments on the character of C.Laelius "the Wise".
90/42 Laelia the daughter of C.Laelius is as eloquent as her father.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_94   calm and easy spirit of Laelius seems still to breathe
Cic:Brut_100   son-in-law of C. Laelius), was of a rougher cast, both
Cic:Brut_101   Scaevola; though Laelius politely excused himself, by
Cic:Brut_161   Q. Caepio, and C. Laelius [140 B.C.], about three years
Cic:Brut_211   Laelia, the daughter of Caius, and observed in her a stro
Cic:Brut_213   people],- and C. Laelius, who was esteemed the wisest
Cic:Brut_252   of the families of the Laelii and the Mucii, (though eve
Cic:Brut_258   you to the instances of Laelius and Scipio; for a purity
Cic:Brut_295   said of Africanus and Laelius, than whose language (you
Cic:Brut_82-89 *   experienced performer; but C. Laelius, and P. Africanus
Cic:DeOr_1.35   the art or glory of Laelius, my father-in-law, or of my
Cic:DeOr_1.58   Galba, and your father-in-law Laelius, who are allowed to
Cic:DeOr_1.211   Publius Africanus, and Gaius Laelius, and others without number,
Cic:DeOr_1.215   Africanus, Quintus Metellus, Gaius Laelius, who were all eloquent,
Cic:DeOr_1.255   we hear of Scipio and Laelius, who always spoke in a
Cic:DeOr_2.22   that his father-in-law Laelius was almost always
Cic:DeOr_2.154   than Publius Africanus, Gaius Laelius, and Lucius Furius, who
Cic:DeOr_2.286   detract from you; as Gaius Laelius, when a man of disreputable
Cic:DeOr_2.341   write panegyrics, as Gaius Laelius wrote one for Quintus
Cic:DeOr_3.28   Africanus had weight, Laelius smoothness, Galba asperity,
Cic:Rep_1.18   than a servant announced that Laelius was coming, and had already
Cic:Rep_1.19   certainly must to you also, Laelius, and to all who are
Cic:Rep_1.37   I am very grateful to Laelius ; for I hope that
Cic:Rep_1.38   As Laelius approved of this, Africanus continued
Cic:Rep_1.53   and others like them, Laelius, are approximately those which
Cic:Rep_1.58   . But, if you like, Laelius, I will bring before you
Cic:Rep_1.70   I am afraid that you, Laelius, and you, my very dear
Cic:Rep_1.30-33 *   lines are lost, in which Laelius evidently says that, while he
Cic:Rep_1.62-65 *   the more inclined to agree, Laelius, if, omitting the analogies of
Cic:Rep_2.64   our own commonwealth, though Laelius asked you to discuss,
Cic:Rep_2.65   response to the inquiry of Laelius. For in the first place
Cic:Rep_3.5   than Publius Scipio, Gaius Laelius, and Lucius Philus, who,
Cic:Rep_3.32   . I should not hesitate, Laelius, if I did not think
Cic:Rep_3.42   After these words from Laelius, all expressed their great
Cic:Rep_3.45   it will, can you deny, Laelius, that we have a commonwealth
Cic:Rep_6.2   . . the speech of Laelius, which we all have in
Cic:Rep_6.12   Laelius cried aloud at this, and
Cic:Tusc_1.5   that Galba, Africanus, and Laelius, were men of learning;
Cic:Tusc_4.5   philosopher before the age of Laelius and Scipio: in whose younger
Cic:Tusc_5.54   on the single consulship of Laelius - and that, too, after
Cic:Tusc_5.55   ages of many famous men. Laelius would have suffered had he
Cic:Tusc_5.56   Catulus (who was almost another Laelius, for I look upon the
FastCap_p70   Pompeius A.f. . . [140] & C. Laelius C.f. C.n. , Q. Serv
Plut:Mor_200   & He assisted C. Laelius, his most beloved friend, when
Schol:Bob_118   oat. A speech of C.Laelius Sapiens in praise of Scipio has
Syll_685   (112/1)   t was done; and that Laelius should appoint a peopl
ValMax_4.7.1   Blossius presented himself before Laelius, on whose advice the
ValMax_8.8.1   [8.1]   Scipio and Laelius were a famous pair of

  Laelius 3   (D. Laelius) - an officer of Pompeius in the war against Sertorius
77/32 omen for the wife of D.Laelius - two snakes appear in her bed.
76/11 troys a legion from Pompeius' army, along with its leader D.Laelius.
Obseq_58   D. Laelius a legate of Pompey, suffered

  Laelius 4   (D. Laelius) - tribune of the plebs, 54 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Schol:Bob_95   the prosecutor, Decimus Laelius, had chosen to use this
ValMax_8.1.3   had such an effect, that Laelius the tribune by general consent

  Laelius   - in documents
CIL_1.2235 and Gnaeus Apollonius Laelius slave of Quintus Pr

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