Antistius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(L. Antistius Reginus) - tribune of the plebs in 103 B.C.
(P. Antistius) - tribune of the plebs in 88 B.C., father-in-law of Cn.Pompeius
and marries the daughter of Antistius, the praetor who judged the
P.Antistius is the leading orator at Rome, during the absence of Sull
M. Drusus, and P. Antistius; for no age whatsoever has
Sulpicius was P. Antistius,- a plausible declaimer, who,
ker in the courts. Antistius too was daily rising into rep
rs, Scaevola, Carbo, and Antistius;- the return of Cotta,
(L. Antistius) - tribune of the plebs in 58 B.C.
The tribune Antistius attempts to prosecute Caesar, but is not allowe
- in documents
Julius Bolyssius, Marcus Antistius Petronianus, Julius
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