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  Saturninus   (L. Appuleius Saturninus) - tribune of the plebs, 103 and 100 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Apuleius
104/8 senate removes the quaestor Saturninus from control of the corn supp
104/17 Saturninus is elected tribune.
103/7 Elections for new consuls: Saturninus helps Marius to be re-elected.
103/10 Saturninus passes a law to provide land in Africa for the veterans
103/11 Saturninus passes a law against crimes of treason.
102/25 acked by armed supporters of Saturninus and Glaucia, when he attempts
101/13 Saturninus is prosecuted for insulting the ambassadors of Mithridates
101/22 ius, one of the candidates, is murdered by supporters of Saturninus.
100/2 Saturninus establishes Roman colonies at Eporedia and in Corsica, and
100/4 Saturninus proposes an agrarian law, which provides allotments for
100/7 to take an oath to abide by Saturninus' agrarian law, and goes into
100/9 Saturninus is elected tribune for a third term.
100/10 rought to trial for obstructing the passing of Saturninus' corn law.
100/11 The followers of Saturninus murder C.Memmius, an opponent of Glaucia
100/12 Saturninus and Glaucia are both competent orators.
100/13 The senate declares Saturninus and Glaucia public enemies, and they
98/8 ought to trial and condemned, because of his support for Saturninus.
97/1 is himself condemned for his remarks about the death of Saturninus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Acad_2.14   and Socrates. But neither had Saturninus - to cite in particular
Cic:Acad_2.75   of persons of renown, as Saturninus did, but invariably take some
Cic:Brut_224   ust to L. Apuleius Saturninus, as to observe that, of all
CIL_6.41024   tribune of the plebs {Saturninus} and the praetor,
Diod_36.12   asters. [12] &   Saturninus the tribune was a man of lic
Diod_36.15   ribing the senate. Saturninus, thinking that now he had
GranLic_13   which was proposed by Saturninus.] 25 &# [Cn.Pompeius
Oros_5.17   then with soothing words. Saturninus, after daring to commit
Sall:Hist_1.67   war, followers now of Saturninus, then of Sulpicius,
Schol:Bob_95   [the deaths of] Apuleius Saturninus and C.Servilius Glauci
Schol:Bob_153   nia, under the praetor L.Apuleius; and while Cicero was
Schol:Bob_174   avoid the violence of L.Apuleius, were both restored to
ValMax_3.2.18   [2.18]   Also when Saturninus, tribune of the plebs the
ValMax_3.8.4   For when he perceived what Saturninus in his designs of mischief
ValMax_6.3.1   of M. Flaccus and L. Saturninus, most seditious citizens, were razed
ValMax_8.6.2   faithful citizen, in destroying L. Saturninus, who held forth a cap
ValMax_8.1d.2   complain about the death of Saturninus, he not only failed to
ValMax_8.1d.3   he had a statue of Saturninus in his house, the whole
ValMax_9.7.1   the tribuneship along with L. Saturninus, was by C. Marius in
ValMax_9.7.3   Nunnius, the rival of Saturninus, when nine tribunes had

  Saturninus 2   (C. Sentius Saturninus) - Roman consul, 19 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Sentius
Cassiod:Chr_735   rom the Parthians. [735] & C. Sentius and Q. Lucretius.
ExcBarb_50B   erius and Severius [50B] Saturninus and Cinnus Lentulus
FastCap_p88   ugustus , C. Sentius C.f. C.n. Saturninus , M. Claudius
Hieron:Chron_1999   in the consulship of Sentius Saturninus and Lucretius
Joseph:BJ_1.538   Roman officers presided, namely Saturninus and his legates, Pedanius
Joseph:BJ_1.541   their opinions. [541] Saturninus first delivered his
Joseph:BJ_1.554   sendingconsiderable sums to Rome. Saturninus and all his staff
Joseph:BJ_1.577   being further examined by Saturninus, the governor of Syria,

  Saturninus 3   (L. Volusius Saturninus) - suffect consul, 3 A.D.
FastCap_p84 Volusius L.f. Q.n. Saturninus [4AD] & tribunician power:

  Saturninus 4   (C. Sentius Saturninus) - Roman consul, 4 A.D.
ExcBarb_51B Servilius Macrinus and Saturninus Sacerdo and Volesus
FastCap_p84 Catus , C. Sentius C.f. C.n. Saturninus & from 1st July:

  Saturninus 5   (Cn. Sentius Saturninus) - suffect consul, 4 A.D.
FastCap_p84 July: Cn. Sentius C.f. C.n. Saturninus , C. Clodius C.f

  Saturninus 6   (Q. Manlius Ancharius Tarquitius Saturninus) - suffect consul, 62 A.D.
THI_215 ntus Manlius Tarquitius] Saturninus and Publius Petro

  Saturninus 7   (Pompeius Saturninus) - a friend of Pliny the Younger
Plinius:Ep_1.8 & Hom. Il. i. 528. [8] & To Saturninus. Your lette
Plinius:Ep_1.16 very fond of Pompeius Saturninus - our Saturninus, as
Plinius:Ep_5.7 te. None the less, Saturninus, who left us his heirs, bequ
Plinius:Ep_5.21 & Odyssey i.446. [21] & To Saturninus. Your letter has
Plinius:Ep_7.7 worry. & Farewell. [7] & To Saturninus. I thanked our
Plinius:Ep_7.8 ted I am that our friend Saturninus sends me letter after
Plinius:Ep_7.15 lands were charged. [15] & To Saturninus. You ask me how
Plinius:Ep_9.38 consul in 107 A.D. [38] & To Saturninus. Our friend Rufu

  Saturninus 8   (L. Appuleius Saturninus) - Roman praetor, 59 B.C.

  Saturninus   - in documents
SelPap_2.312 To Julius Saturninus, strategus of the
SelPap_2.421 ription, C. Julius Saturninus, aged 23, a mark on his
SelPap_2.425 letters written to me by Saturninus, secretary of the

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