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(M. Licinius Lucullus) - Roman consul, 151 B.C.
Consuls: M. Licinius M.f. Lucullus, A. Postumius A.f. Albinus
Lucullus massacres the Vaccaei.
Lucullus captures Intercatia: Scipio is first to scale the walls.
Lucullus fails to capture Pallantium.
Lucullus campaigns against the Lusitani near Gades and Turdetania.
Lucullus dedicates a temple to Felicitas.
consulship with L. Lucullus [151 B.C.], was greatly admire
 & L. Licinius M.f. . . Lucullus , A. Postumius A.f
(L. Licinius Lucullus) - Roman praetor, 103 B.C.
The praetor Lucullus defeats Tryphon, but makes no further progress
Lucullus disbands his army.
L.Lucullus is prosecuted on his return to Rome, and his brother-in-la
made a citizen of Heracleia, through the influence of Lucullus.
the conviction of Servilius, who had prosecuted Lucullus' father.
was committed to Lucius Lucullus, one of the praetors in
length, Lucius Licinius Lucullus was chosen general by
he came back with Lucullus, he went to live} in Heracleia
(L. Licinius Lucullus) - Roman consul, 74 B.C.
L.Lucullus receives a thorough education in Greek and Latin.
L.Lucullus secures the conviction of Servilius, who had prosecuted
Lucullus order Bruttius to return to Macedonia, leaving Sulla to figh
Lucullus coins money for Sulla's army.
Lucullus protects the city of Chaeronea from reprisals, after the mur
Lucullus sets sail for Egypt, to try to collect warships for Sulla.
Lucullus restores stability to Cyrene after a period of revolution.
Lucullus is greeted warmly by Ptolemy, but given little material
Lucullus assembles a naval force with the help of Rhodes and other
CIL_1.714, an inscription in honour of L.Lucullus at Delos.
by sea from Pitane, after Lucullus refuses to cooperate with Fimbr
Lucullus defeats Neoptolemus, the admiral of Mithridates.
Lucullus and L.Murena seize Mithridates' fleet.
L.Lucullus serves as quaestor under Murena; he is not involved in the
Lucullus buys a copy of a painting by Pausias.
General remarks on the conduct of L.Lucullus in Asia.
Lucullus is elected praetor, having been given special dispensation
Sulla shows great trust in L.Lucullus, to whom he dedicates his memoi
L.Lucullus governs Africa as propraetor.
Consuls: L. Licinius L.f. Lucullus, M. Aurelius M.f. Cotta
Lucullus opposes the populist measures of the tribune L.Quinctius.
mmander against Mithridates; Lucullus occupies the journey out by lea
Lucullus assembles his army and imposes strict discipline.
Lucullus attempts to stifle rebellion in the cities of Asia, which
Lucullus rescues Cotta by raising the siege of Chalcedon.
Lucullus arrives at Cyzicus, and occupies a strong position blocking
Lucullus quells unrest in his army over his policy of avoiding battle
Lucullus defeats Mithridates' cavalry as they withdraw by the river
soldiers from Fimbria's army, who are still serving with Lucullus.
the siege of Cyzicus, and Lucullus' successful strategy of cutting
Lucullus destroys the remnants of Mithridates' retreating army by the
during the siege, and they start a festival in honour of Lucullus.
Lucullus invades Pontus.
Lucullus besieges Amisus and Themiscyra.
Lucullus advances against Mithridates, but is defeated in a cavalry
deserts to the Romans, and then allegedly attempts to kill Lucullus.
Lucullus is shown a safe route to advance against Cabeira, but is the
ent by Mithridates to attack Lucullus' supply convoy is defeated
camp as his army attempts to escape before the arrival of Lucullus.
Lucullus captures and loots Cabeira.
L.Lucullus captures the fortress of Eupatoria.
Lucullus gains control of Armenia Minor.
Lucullus sends Ap.Claudius as an envoy to Tigranes to demand the surr
Lucullus captures Amisus after prolonged resistance led by Callimachu
Lucullus secures an alliance with Machares, the son of Mithridates,
Lucullus reorganises the province of Asia, and takes vigorous measure
The cities of Asia establish festivals in honour of Lucullus.
The poet Archias accompanies Lucullus in Asia.
Lucullus captures Sinope.
Lucullus captures Amaseia; the death of Diodorus the general of Mithr
Lucullus crosses the Euphrates at Tomisa, and invades Armenia.
Lucullus and Sextilius defeat an Armenian cavalry force, led by Mithr
despises the small size of Lucullus' army, and ignores Mithridates'
Lucullus wins an overwhelming victory over Tigranes.
Lucullus captures and sacks Tigranocerta.
transfer their support to Lucullus, but Zarbienus of Gordyene
rena serves as an officer in Lucullus' army during the war against
the command against Mithridates should be taken away from Lucullus.
Lucullus' garrisons in Pontus start to mutiny.
Lucullus marches towards Artaxata, and beats off an attack by Mithrid
Lucullus' army refuses to march further into Armenia, amidst rumours
During Lucullus' invasion of Armenia, Roman armies penetrate further
Lucullus withdraws to Nisibis, which he starts to besiege.
Lucullus captures Nisibis.
osopher Antiochus accompanies Lucullus during his eastern campaigns.
is appointed to take over Lucullus' command in Bithynia and Pontus
Acilius punishes the praetor L.Lucullus, for not standing in his pres
Clodius leaves Lucullus' army, and joins his brother-in-law Marcius.
Lucullus employs a stratagem to prevent the desertion of his Macedoni
Lucullus returns to Pontus to face Mithridates, but his troops refuse
on the eastern campaigns of Lucullus, who despite many successes fai
Pompeius meets Lucullus in Galatia, and takes charge of the rest
Lucullus returns to Rome; he brings back a new fruit - cherries from
The grammarian Tyrannion of Amisus is brought to Rome by Lucullus.
Lucullus divorces his wife Clodia, accusing her of incest with her
The triumphs of L.Lucullus, over Mithridates, and M.Lucullus, over
The optimates, led by L.Lucullus, oppose Pompeius' attempts to ratify
Caesar curbs opposition from Lucullus by threatening him with prosecu
Arcesilaus makes models and statues for L.Lucullus.
Lucullus spends the last part of his life in decadence and luxury.
The death of L.Lucullus.
(M. Terentius Varro Lucullus) - Roman consul, 73 B.C.
M.Lucullus defeats Quinctius at Fidentia.
boundary stones between Pisaurum and Fundanum by M.Varro Lucullus.
The brothers L. and M.Lucullus are elected to be aediles together.
The brothers L. and M.Lucullus stage magnificent games while they bot
Consuls: M. Terentius M.f. Varro Lucullus, C. Cassius L.f. Longinus
M.Lucullus defeats the Bessi.
M.Lucullus advances as far as the river Danube.
ree of Mesambria in honour of C.Cornelius, an officer of M.Lucullus.
M.Lucullus removes a colossal statue from Apollonia and takes it back
The triumph of M.Lucullus, over the Thracians.
L.Lucullus (or Lucceius) turns down an opportunity to govern the prov
Memmius accuses M.Lucullus of misconduct as quaestor.
Memmius prevents L.Lucullus from celebrating a triumph.
phs of L.Lucullus, over Mithridates, and M.Lucullus, over the Bessi.
the public and civil law; - M. Lucullus, and M. Octavius,
M. Terentius M.f. . . Varro Lucullus , C. Cassius L.f.
Europe. Through Thrace, Marcus Lucullus first clashed with
Licinius and Terentius Lucullus staged a battle between
46] [not in Ar.] M.Lucullus celebrated a triumph over the
(P. Licinius Lucullus) - tribune of the plebs, 110 B.C.
The tribunes P.Lucullus and L.Annius prevent the consular elections
- the commander of the Roman garrison at Heracleia, late 2nd century B.C.
Scordisci defeat and kill Lucullus, the commander of the garrison
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