Memmius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Memmius   (Q. Memmius) - a Roman legate is Syria, 2nd century B.C.
164/2 IV and two Roman legates, Q.Memmius and T.Manius, write to the Jew

  Memmius 2   - a military tribune in the war against Numantia
Plut:Mor_201 with the pack-horses of Memmius, a tribune that carried

  Memmius 3   (L. Memmius) - a Roman visitor to Egypt, 2nd century B.C.
112/1 PTeb_33, concerning preparations for a visit by L.Memmius.

  Memmius 4   (C. Memmius) - tribune of the plebs, 111 B.C.
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111/11 C.Memmius persuades the people to summon Jugurtha to give evidence
102/7 Scaurus accuses Memmius and Fimbria of extortion.
100/11 llowers of Saturninus murder C.Memmius, an opponent of Glaucia in the
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_136   [136] C. and L. Memmius were likewise indifferent orato
Cic:DeOr_2.240   stated in a speech against Memmius, ** that he had eaten
Cic:DeOr_2.264   the story of Crassus about Memmius. ** To this head we
Cic:DeOr_2.267   speech to the people, that Memmius fancied himself so great a
Cic:DeOr_2.283   then under impeachment, Gaius Memmius the accuser, as a
Oros_5.17   this same Saturninus, fearing that Memmius, a man of shrewdness and
ValMax_8.5.2   princeps senatus prosecuted C. Memmius for extortion, with strong

  Memmius 5   (L. Memmius) - tribune of the plebs, (?) 89 B.C.
90/2 Bestia, Cotta, and Memmius are found guilty under the lex Varia, and
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_304 the courts, (?) although L. Memmius and Q. Pompeius spo

  Memmius 6   (C. Memmius) - tribune of the plebs, 66 B.C.
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66/19 Memmius accuses M.Lucullus of misconduct as quaestor.
66/27 Memmius prevents L.Lucullus from celebrating a triumph.
58/10 Domitius and Memmius attempt to prosecute Caesar for his activities
52/32 C.Memmius and M.Scaurus are convicted of bribery, in trials prompted
51/22 _2.8 & 13.1, letters from Cicero, at Athens, to Caelius and Memmius.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_247   ock of humour.- C. Memmius, the son of Lucius, was a perfe
Plinius:Ep_5.3   the Torquati, - Caius Memmius, Lentulus, Gaetulicus,
ValMax_6.1.13   being caught in adultery. C. Memmius also caused L. Octavius to
ValMax_8.1.3   by the accusation of C. Memmius subjected to the votes of

  Memmius 7   (C. Memmius) - brother-in-law of Pompey, killed in 75 B.C.
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Oros_5.23   fought many other battles. Memmius, the quaestor of Pompey

  Memmius   - in documents
CIL_1.889 Capito slave of Memmius, in the month of November, in


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