Sestius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(P. Sestius) - Roman praetor, 53 B.C.
Vatinius and Sestius are elected as quaestors for the following year.
Sestius uses his army to prevent the new tribunes from fomenting more
letters from Cicero to C.Antonius, P.Sestius and M.Fadius Gallus.
Plancius and Sestius serve under Antonius in Macedonia.
Sestius attempts to win Caesar's support for Cicero's return.
The tribune P.Sestius attempts to announce adverse auspices, but
Sestius gathers his own band of armed supporters.
ive against Vatinius, who is appearing as a witness against Sestius.
icero's speech in defence of P.Sestius, who is accused of violence
OF SESTIUS  & P.Sestius was very well-disposed
seem right and necessary for P.Sestius to have had a band
(L. Sestius Quirinalis) - suffect consul, 23 B.C.
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C.Velleius and L.Sestius are associates of Brutus.
ivi f. C.n. XI - resigned , L. Sestius P.f. L.n. Quirinali
- in documents
ands, is the property of Gaius Sestius, son of Gaius.
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