Quadrigarius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Quadrigarius (Q. Claudius Quadrigarius)   - Roman historian, early 1st century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Oros_4.20   thousand were slaughtered; but Claudius tells us that the
Oros_5.3   in Phocis. The historian Claudius tells us that twenty
Oros_5.4   Romans in a mountain valley. Claudius reports that in this battle
Oros_5.20   Sacriportus, where, according to Claudius, the army of Marius

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