Libo   - in ancient sources @

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  Libo   (Q. Poetelius Libo Visolus) - Roman decemvir, 450 B.C.
FastCap_p32 Vibulanus Q. Poetelius . . . Libo Visolus K. Duilius .
FastCap_p42 ustus , C. Poetelius C.f. Q.n. Libo Visolus dictator: Q.
FastCap_p44 oetelius C.f. Q.n. Libo Visolus II [ Years 345 - 333 are

  Libo 2   (C. Poetilius Libo Visolus) - Roman consul, 360 B.C.
FastTr_p94 oetelius C.f. Q.n. Libo Visolus], consul, & over the Gauls

  Libo 3   (C. Poetilius Libo Visolus) - Roman consul, 326 B.C.
  + Poetelius , Visolus
313/7 The dictator C.Poetelius captures Fregellae.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p46 ctator: C. Poetelius C.f. C.n. Visolus , magister equitum:

  Libo 4   (M. Poetilius Libo) - Roman consul, 314 B.C.
314/_ Consuls: M. Poetelius M.f. Libo, C. Sulpicius Ser.f. Longus (III)
    Within translations:
FastCap_p46 [314] & M. Poetelius M.f. M.n. Libo , C. Sulpicius Ser.f.

  Libo 5   (L. Julius Libo) - Roman consul, 267 B.C.
267/_ Consuls: M. Atilius M.f. Regulus, L. Julius L.f. Libo
266/1 Regulus and Libo both celebrate triumphs, over the Sallentini.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54 Regulus , L. Julius L.f. L.n. Libo [266] & D. Junius D.f.
FastTr_p99 Junius L.f. L.n. Libo, consul, & over the Sallentini,

  Libo 6   (L. Scribonius Libo) - tribune of the plebs, 149 B.C.
149/15 The tribune Libo attempts to condemn Galba for his behaviour in Spain
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_89   engagement;- L. Libo the tribune aroused the people aga
Cic:Brut_90   ant) that his prosecutor Libo was a man of some eloquence.
Cic:DeOr_1.227   because, when Lucius Scribonius brought an accusation
ValMax_8.1.2   accused on the rostra by Libo, a tribune of the plebs

  Libo 7   (L. Scribonius Libo) - Roman consul, 34 B.C.
55/50 vius Mancia, in the trial of L.Libo before the censors, bitterly crit
48/15 M.Antonius forces Libo, the admiral of Pompeius, to withdraw from Bru
34/_ Consuls: M. Antonius M.f. (II), L. Scribonius L.f. Libo
    Within translations:
Cic:Acad_1.3   that kind) from our friend Libo, an enthusiastic student as you
ExcBarb_49B   Pompeius and Cornilius Libo and Antoninus Cicero and Pub
Oros_6.15   being defeated by Octavius and Libo and deprived of his troops,
Plin:HN_36.102   roofed a whole theatre for Libo's games {63 BC} [103] We
ValMax_6.2.8   his old age accused L. Libo before the censors In this

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