Caecilius   - in ancient sources @

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  Caecilius   (C. Caecilius) - military tribune, 260 B.C.
260/7 Hamilcar defeats Caecilius near Segesta.

  Caecilius 2   (Caecilius Statius) - a Latin comic poet of the early 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
179/28 The poet Caecilius is in his prime.
168/58 Caecilius' cognomen "Statius" indicates that he was originally a slav
168/59 The death of the dramatist Caecilius Statius.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_258   heir two contemporaries, Caecilius and Pacuvius, spoke ver
Cic:DeOr_2.40   waterman or a porter, as Caecilius ** says; a fellow void
Cic:Rep_4.11   Scipio for abuse, or for Caecilius to have vilified Marcus Cato
Cic:Tusc_1.31   as Statius says in his Synephebi What
Cic:Tusc_3.56   then again that line in Caecilius,
Cic:Tusc_4.68   compared to it: of which Caecilius says -
Hieron:Chron_1859   es, Terentius read the play to Caecilius who greatly admir
Hieron:Chron_king   in Ar.] Statius Caecilius, the writer of comedies, was

  Caecilius 3   (C. Caecilius, or Caelius) - Roman commander in Gaul, 90 B.C.
90/28 C.Caecilius defeats the Salluvii.

  Caecilius 4   (Q. Caecilius) - the brother-in-law of L.Catilina
81/3 relius (? Lollius), Baebius, Q.Caecilius, Carrinas, Damasippus, Cn.De

  Caecilius 5   (Q. Caecilius) - the uncle of Atticus
58/60 Atticus receives a large inheritance from his uncle Q.Caecilius.
    Within translations:
Nepos:Att_5   had an uncle, Quintus Caecilius, a Roman knight, an int
Nepos:Att_22   sepulchre of his uncle Quintus Caecilius. Attalus' home
ValMax_7.8.5   even more offensive. Q. Caecilius by the diligent endeavour

  Caecilius 6   of Cale Acte - a Greek writer and teacher of rhetoric, at the time of Augustus
Wikipedia entry
[Longin]:Subl_1   when we were studying together Cecilius's ** little treatise on the
[Longin]:Subl_4   two examples from Timaeus, as Cecilius has forestalled me with most
[Longin]:Subl_8   merely prefacing this, that Cecilius has omitted some of
[Longin]:Subl_31   the analogy implied, ** though Cecilius for some reason finds fault
[Longin]:Subl_32   8 Cecilius, too, laying his finger on
Athen_6.272   royed in them. And Caecilius, the orator from Cale Acte,
Athen_11.466   {15.}   " Caecilius, the orator from Calacte, says
Plut:Mor_832   surnamed Nestor. Caecilius, in a tract which he wrote
Plut:Mor_833   tten sixty orations; but Caecilius supposes twenty-five
Plut:Mor_836-840 *   of which Dionysius and Caecilius affirm only two hundred
Plut:Mor_838   enuine; but according to Caecilius, twenty-eight; and the

  Caecilius 7   - a Roman, who lived at the time of Julius Caesar
44/33 Caecilius, Cratippus, Pompeius Trogus, Q.Sextius and Theopompus

  Caecilius   - in documents
CIL_1.1202 CIL_1 .1202 Latin Text Marcus Caecilius. On stone. F
CIL_1.1430 CIL_1 .1430 Quintus Caecilius. Marble epist
CIL_1.1645 1645 [viii] Quintus Caecilius, a generous
CIL_1.1759 di Sangro. Marcus Caecilius, son of Lucius, and Lucus
CIL_1.2693 ilippus, slave of Lucius Caecilius Seleucus, slave of
CIL_1.633 116 B.C. Lucius Caecilius, proconsul, son of Quin
SelPap_1.186 and for Taptollous daughter of Caecilius 3 ob. ; on

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