Sentius   - in ancient sources @

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  Sentius   (C. Sentius) - Roman praetor, 94 B.C.
92/2 The Maedi defeat C.Sentius.
89/14 king Sothinus, invade Macedonia, but are forced back by C.Sentius.
88/69 Profiteering by C.Sentius, the Roman governor of Macedonia.
    Within translations:
Diod_37.5a   messenger to the praetor Sentius, to inform him of his son
Oros_5.18.30   of Macedonia. The praetor C. Sentius finally defeated him and forced
Syll_732   (94) and the praetor was Gaius Sentius son of Gaius, and the

  Sentius 2   (C. Sentius) - a Roman senator, 49 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.229 Veturian tribe; of Caius Sentius, the son of Caius, of the

  Sentius   - in documents
CIL_1.839 tone: The praetor Lucius Sentius son of Gaius, on a

Sentiussee Saturninus

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