Pictor   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pictor   (C. Fabius Pictor) - Roman painter, late 4th century B.C.
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302/13 and dedicates a temple to Salus, with paintings by Fabius Pictor.
Cic:Tusc_1.4   had been considered commendable in Fabius, ** a man of the
Plin:HN_35.19   from it their surname of Pictor, 'Painter,' and the first holder
ValMax_8.14.6   what was intended by C. Fabius, that most noble statesman? When

  Pictor 2   (C. Fabius Pictor) - Roman painter consul, 269 B.C.
269/_ Consuls: Q. Ogulnius L.f. Gallus, C. Fabius C.f. Pictor
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54   Gallus , C. Fabius C.f. M.n. Pictor censors: Q. Marcius
Plin:HN_33.44   of Quintus Ogulnius and Gaius Fabius {269 BC} five years before

  Pictor 3   (N. Fabius Pictor) - Roman consul, 266 B.C.
  + Fabius
266/_ Consuls: D. Junius D.f. Pera, N. Fabius C.f. Pictor
266/5 The triumph of N.Fabius, over the Sassinates.
265/2 The second triumph of N.Fabius, over the Sallentini and Messapii.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54   .n. Pera , N. Fabius C.f. M.n. Pictor [265] & Q. Fabius
FastTr_p99   Fabius C.f. M.n. Pictor, consul, & over the Sassinates,
ValMax_4.3.9   Q. Fabius Gurges, N. Fabius Pictor, and Q. Ogulnius subscribed, who

  Pictor 4   (Q. Fabius Pictor) - Roman historian, late 3rd century B.C.
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  + Fabius
Cic:DeOr_2.51   just like our Cato, and Pictor, and Piso. [52] For history
Euseb]:Chron_281   [729 B.C.], and Quintus Fabius in the first year of the
Euseb]:Chron_285   Roman historian Fabius tells a different story about
Oros_4.13   were, according to the historian Fabius who took part in that
THI_166.C   3.   Quintus Fabius, called Pictorinus, of Rome, the

  Pictor 6   (Ser. Fabius Pictor) - an expert in Roman law, 2nd century B.C.
Cic:Brut_81 vius, and Servius Fabius Pictor, the latter of whom was


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