Paulinus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M. Plautius Silvanus) - Roman consul, 2 B.C.
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Austorinus Silvanus and Paulinus In the sixth month, Mary
(Sex. Anicius Faustus Paulinus) - Roman consul, 325 A.D.
the consulship of Paulinus and Julianus the most illu
ulship of the most illustrious Paulinus and Julianus,
(Valerius Paulinus) - suffect consul, 107 A.D.
Vindex in 68 A.D.  & To Paulinus. I am angry with
proposal. Valerius Paulinus, who agreed in the main with
quaestor.  & To Valerius Paulinus. Rejoice, rejoice,
See letter i. 6.  & To Paulinus. I notice how kind
sonable. & Farewell.  & To Paulinus. Whatever view oth
town. & Farewell.  & To Paulinus. You are not one
Trajan. Valerius Paulinus, Sir, has left me the right
patronage by Valerius Paulinus does you so much credit
- in documents
matius also called Paulinus, ex-cosmetes, son of Pa
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