Pollio - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Carvilius Pollio) - a wealthy Roman knight, early 1st century B.C.
rious lifestyle of Carvilius Pollio, who is the first person at Rome
(C.Asinius Pollio) - Roman consul, 40 B.C.
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The birth of the writer C.Asinius Pollio.
starting point of Asinius Pollio's history of the Roman civil wars
Caesar sends Asinius Pollio to command his forces against Sextus Pomp
Sex.Pompeius defeats Asinius Pollio.
Cic:Fam_10.31, a letter from Pollio to Cicero, sent from Corduba.
.32-33 & 12.13, letters from Pollio and Cassius Parmensis to Cicero.
Asinius Pollio menaces the city of Patavium.
Consuls: Cn. Domitius M.f. Calvinus (II) , C. Asinius Cn.f. Pollio
Asinius Pollio refuses to respond to some insults written by Octavian
Asinius Pollio defeats the Parthini.
The triumph of Pollio, over the Parthini.
Asinius Pollio builds the first public library in Rome, in the Atrium
Pollio refuses to join in fighting against Antonius.
tober, when Cn. Domitius and C.Asinius were consuls. A
entury B.C.? Publius Critonius Pollio, son of Publius.
of Lucius Novercinius Pollio, son of Lucius, of the
(c. 45) t C. Asinius Pollio had as Caesar's representative
[? Gnaeus Domitius and Asinius, 40 B.C.], a hundred and
and Crispus Octavius and Pollio Censorinus and Sabinus Pul
C. Asinius Cn.f. Pollio, proconsul, & from the Parthini,
in Ar.] Asinius Pollio, the orator and ex-consul who
rator and son of Asinius Pollio, who is also mentioned by
ays thus, in the name of Asinius: "After Mithridates had
second time, and Caius Asinius Pollio [the first time].
him when Calvisianus and Pollio were consuls, as Lucanus,
Spain was in charge of Gaius Asinius, with another army.
(Sabirius Pollio) - a Roman rhetorician, (?) 1st century B.C.
they were written by Sabirius Pollio, and not by Aratus.
(M. Barbatius Pollio) - Roman quaestor, 40 B.C.
M.Barbatius spreads false rumours about M.Antonius amongst his suppor
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