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  Vatia   (P. Servilius Vatia Isauricus) - Roman consul, 79 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Isauricus , Servilius
134/18 The birth of Servilius Isauricus.
88/50 The triumph of P.Servilius Vatia.
79/_ Consuls: P. Servilius C.f. Vatia, Ap. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher
78/19 P.Servilius is sent out to suppress pirates in the eastern Mediterran
77/27 Servilius captures the stronghold at Olympus of the pirate Zenicetes,
76/9 Servilius subdues Cilicia, and captures the cities of Attalis, Corycu
75/12 Servilius crosses the Taurus mountains and attacks the Isauri.
75/28 General comments on Servilius' campaigns against the Cilician pirates
75/42 Servilius celebrates a triumph for his conquest of Cilicia.
44/71 The death of Servilius Isauricus, at the age of 90 years.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p76   ervilius C.f. M.n. Vatia - who was later called Isauricus
FastTr_p108   ervilius C.f. M.n. Vatia, propraetor, & [over ...], 12 k.N
Festus:Brev_11   [11] The proconsul Servilius, who had been dispatched to
Festus:Brev_12   of the Syrias. Servilius, a proconsul, having been dis
GranLic_20   own. Marius routed Servilius at Ariminum; his killed a few
GranLic_32   by the consuls Claudius and Servilius. &# Before that
Hieron:Chron_1973   Servius Sulpicius and P.Servilius Isauricus were given
OGIS_449.449   rgamon honoured Publius Servilius Isauricus, son of Publius, t
OGIS_449.450   saved by Publius Servilius Isauricus, son of Publius, the
Oros_5.22   [22]   When P. Servilius and Appius Claudius had been
Oros_5.23   it. 21 The ex-consul Publius Servilius, however, who was eager to
Plut:Mor_203   triumph. & Hereat Servilius, one of the nobles, was displ
Sall:Hist_2.69   obey all commands. Servilius was aware of the ferocity of
Schol:Bob_96   ribune, he accompanied P.Servilius, a most worthy and resp
ValMax_8.5.6   of reasoning in court. Publius Servilius, who was consul and censor

  Vatia 2   (P. Servilius Vatia Isauricus) - Roman consul, 48 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Isauricus , Servilius
48/_ Consuls: C. Julius Caesar (II), P. Servilius Vatia Isauricus
46/73 c:Fam_13.68 & 13.77, letters from Cicero to Servilius and Sulpicius.
46/93 Cic:Fam_13.66, a letter from Cicero to P.Servilius.
45/72 A letter from the proconsul (?) Vatia to the city of Miletus.
45/73 Parium are instructed by (?) Servilius to respect the rights of Jews.
45/74 Servilius Vatia grants privileges to the temple of Artemis at Hiero
45/75 449, a decree of the city of Pergamon in honour of Servilius Vatia
41/_ Consuls: L. Antonius M.f. , P. Servilius P.f. Vatia Isauricus (II)
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_461 aeus. [Ol. 183.3] Antonius and Isauricus were consuls. The
Cic:Fam_12.2 month afterwards, nor P.Servilius, who immediately follow
ExcBarb_49B Antoninus and Sevilianus Isauricus and Crispus Octavius
FastCap_p76 ervilius P.f. C.n. Vatia Isauricus & [p78] [47] & dictator
Joseph:AJ_14.244 [244] "Publius Servilius Vatia, the son of Publius, the
Malal_217 the consulship of (?) Isauricus and Antonius (for the

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