Salinator - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M. Livius Salinator) - decemvir at the Ludi Saeculares, 236 B.C.
Livius M.f. M.n. Salinator * * *  & Ludi Saeculares
(M. Livius Salinator) - Roman consul, 219 B.C.
Consuls: L. Aemilius M.f. Paullus, M. Livius M.f. Salinator
nfairly dividing the booty from Illyria, and Livius is found guilty.
dictator to hold elections; M.Livius is persuaded to come out of ret
Consuls: C. Claudius Ti.f. Nero, M. Livius M.f. Salinator (II)
Nero hurries north to join forces with Livius.
The triumph of Livius and Nero for their victory over Hasdrubal.
Livius is appointed dictator to hold the consular elections.
ssension between the censors C.Claudius Nero and M.Livius Salinator.
Andronicus is granted his freedom by his master Livius Salinator.
the public games which Salinator had vowed to Juventas
mple, Ennius - Thence returned Livius magnified with a gre
.n. Nero , M. Livius M.f. M.n. Salinator II dictator: M.
was set free by Livius Salinator, whose children he had
ligence was brought that Livius, the Roman general, was
(M. Livius Salinator) - Roman consul, 188 B.C.
Consuls: C. Livius M.f. Salinator, M. Valerius M.f. Messalla
transmitted by the consul C.Livius, granting further benefits
Messalla , C. Livius M.f. M.n. Salinator  & M. Aemili
(Cn. Pedanius Fuscus Salinator) - Roman consul, 118 A.D.
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They were Fuscus Salinator and Ummidius Quadratus, a str
rothed your daughter to Fuscus Salinator. He comes of a
love. & Farewell.  & To Fuscus. You ask me how I
one. & Farewell.  & To Fuscus. You ask me how I
skill. & Farewell.  & To Fuscus. You say that you
ers as Julius Ferox and Fuscus Salinator. My joy and self-
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