Torquatus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Torquatus   (T. Manlius Imperiosus Torquatus) - Roman consul, 347 B.C.
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  + Imperiosus , Manlius
320/22 T.Manlius Torquatus is appointed dictator, to hold the elections
    Within translations:
Ennius:Ann_167 167] & A single combat ; Manlius and a Gaul ? : FESTUS :
FastCap_p44 A.n. Imperiosus Torquatus II - resigned , magister equi
FastCap_p46 dictator: T. Manlius L.f. A.n. Imperiosus , magister equit
FastTr_p95 A.n. Imperiosus Torquatus, consul (III), & over the Lat
Hieron:Chron_1684 The Roman consul Mallius Torquatus flogged and executed

  Torquatus 3   (T. Manlius Torquatus) - Roman consul, 299 B.C.
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  + Manlius
299/_ Consuls: M. Fulvius Cn.f. Paetinus, T. Manlius T.f. Torquatus
299/9 T.Manlius dies after falling from his horse, and M.Valerius is electe
    Within translations:
FastCap_p50 etinus , T. Manlius T.f. T. n. Torquatus - died in office

  Torquatus 5   (A. Manlius Torquatus) - Roman consul, 244 B.C.
247/17 The censor A.Torquatus intervenes to protect the graves of the Popi
244/_ onsuls: A. Manlius T.f. Torquatus Atticus, C. Sempronius Ti.f. Blae
241/_ Consuls: A. Manlius T.f. Torquatus Atticus (II), Q. Lutatius C.f.
240/2 The triumph of Torquatus, over the Faliscans.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p56 Manlius T.f. T.n. Torquatus Atticus - they completed the
FastTr_p101 Manlius T.f. T.n. Torquatus, consul (II), & over the Fali

  Torquatus 6   (T. Manlius Torquatus) - Roman consul, 235 B.C.
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  + Manlius
235/_ Consuls: T. Manlius T.f. Torquatus, C. Atilius A.f. Bulbus (II
235/4 T.Manlius subdues Sardinia.
234/1 The triumph of T.Manlius, over the Sardinians.
231/17 T.Manlius Torquatus is forced to resign as censor, because of a fau
224/_ Consuls: T. Manlius T.f. Torquatus (II), Q. Fulvius M.f. Flaccus
215/33 T.Manlius defeats the rebels in Sardinia.
211/27 T.Manlius Torquatus, although enjoying great popular support, stand
208/19 T.Manlius Torquatus is appointed dictator to hold elections; M.Livi
    Within translations:
FastCap_p58 [235] & T. Manlius T.f. T.n. Torquatus , C. Atilius A.f.
FastCap_p62 dictator: T. Manlius T.f. T.n. Torquatus , magister equitu
FastTr_p101 Manlius T.f. T.n. Torquatus, consul, & over the Sardinian

  Torquatus 8   (T. Manlius Torquatus) - Roman consul, 165 B.C.
  + Manius
165/_ Consuls: T. Manlius A.f. Torquatus, Cn. Octavius Cn.f.
164/2 Roman legates, Q.Memmius and T.Manius, write to the Jews, following
140/1 T.Torquatus judges his son Silanus guilty of extortion in Macedonia
    Within translations:
FastCap_p66 [165] & T. Manlius A.f. T.n. Torquatus , Cn. Octavius

  Torquatus 9   (A. Manlius Torquatus) - Roman consul, 164 B.C.
164/_ Consuls: A. Manlius A.f. Torquatus, Q. Cassius L.f. Longinus
    Within translations:
FastCap_p66 [164] & A. Manlius A.f. T.n. Torquatus , Q. Cassius L.f.

  Torquatus 10   (A. Manlius Torquatus) - propraetor of Africa, about 70 B.C.
69/19 Cn.Plancius serves with A.Torquatus in Africa.
45/1 Cic:Fam_6.1 & 6.3-5, letters from Cicero to Torquatus and Caecina
45/17 Cic:Fam_6.2, a letter from Cicero to Torquatus.
    Within translations:
Nepos:Att_11 son, as well as Aulus Torquatus, and others involved
Nepos:Att_15 uintus Hortensius, Aulus Torquatus, and of many Roman knig

  Torquatus 14   (L. Manlius Torquatus) - Roman consul, 65 B.C.
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66/32 rtive plot against Cotta and Torquatus, the newly elected consuls
65/_ Consuls: L. Aurelius M.f. Cotta, L. Manlius L.f. Torquatus
    Within translations:
Cic:Att_7.23 revived M'.Lepidus, L.Torquatus and C.Cassius the tribu
Cic:Brut_239 of attention.- L. Torquatus, on the contrary, had an eleg
Cic:Brut_265 ents himself is L. Torquatus, whom you will not so readily
Cic:Brut_266 [266] At the mention of Torquatus and Triarius, for each
Nepos:Att_1 mber of them were Lucius Torquatus, Caius Marius the young
Nepos:Att_4 ve, of Lucius Cotta and Lucius Torquatus [ 65 B.C. ]; and

  Torquatus 15   (T. Manlius Torquatus) - studied oratory at Rhodes, 1st century B.C.
Cic:Brut_245 bject. [245] & T. Torquatus, then, the son of Titus, was


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