Probus   - in ancient sources @

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  Probus   (M. Aurelius Probus) - Roman emperor, 276-282 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
ExcBarb_48B   Florianus for 1 year - cons. 1 Probus for 6 years - cons.
Julian:Caes_314   With Aurelianus entered Probus, who in less than seven
Oros_7.24   year of the City, Probus, the thirty-first emperor, secured
SelPap_1.18   Caesar Marcus Aurelius Probus Persicus Maximus Goth
SelPap_2.225   of our lord Marcus Aurelius Probus Augustus, Pharmo
SelPap_2.262   our lord Marcus Aurelius Probus Augustus, in the Arsin
SelPap_2.426   Caesar Marcus Aurelius Probus Pius Augustus, Tubi si

  Probus 2   (M. Valerius Probus) - Roman grammarian, 1st century A.D.
Wikipedia entry
Ennius:Ann_177 VALLA : Stlataria. Probus expounds: 'alluring.' Ennius -

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