Artorius   - in ancient sources @

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  Artorius   - the doctor of Octavian; died in 31 B.C.
31/34 Artorius, a doctor employed by Octavianus, dies in a shipwreck.
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_1986   1986] [not in Ar.] Artorius, the doctor of Augustus, died
ValMax_1.7.1   divine Augustus? His physician Artorius being asleep, the night
ValMax_1.7.2   it only the dream of Artorius that gave warning to Augustus,

  Artorius 2   - a Latin grammarian; perhaps C. Artorius Proculus
Naev:Pun_50 rations? : FESTUS : ' Topper.' Artorius says this means

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