Rabirius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Rabirius   (C. Rabirius) - a Roman senator, charged with treason in 63 B.C.
63/10 Labienus and Caesar accuse C.Rabirius of treason, but he is defended
Cicero,- CICERO, Oratio pro C.Rabirio Perduellionis Reo

  Rabirius 2   (C. Rabirius Postumus) - a Roman banker, defended by Cicero
95/24 of C.Curtius, a tax-farmer and the father of C.Rabirius Postumus.
57/54 tolemaeus borrows money from Rabirius Postumus, during his stay at
55/13 The Roman banker Rabirius Postumus is put in charge of the financial
54/57 Cic:RabPost_, Cicero's speech in defence of Rabirius Postumus.
Cicero,- CICERO, Oratio pro C.Rabirio Postumo

  Rabirius 3   (C. Rabirius ? Postumus) - a Roman proconsul, 45 B.C.
45/71 letter from the city of Laodiceia to the proconsul C.Rabirius.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_14.241 the Laodiceans to Caius Rabirius, the son of Caius, the

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