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(Cn. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 253 B.C.
Consuls: Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio, C. Sempronius Ti.f. Blaesus
& Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio , C. Sempronius Ti.f
- the consuls Servilius Caepio and Sempronius Blaesus 253
(Cn. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 203 B.C.
Consuls: Cn Servilius Cn.f. Caepio, C. Servilius C.f. Geminus
.Sulpicius is appointed dictator, to stop Caepio crossing to Africa.
& Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio , C. Servilius C.f.
with alarm, sent Cnaeus Servilius, in the character of
(Cn. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 169 B.C.
Consuls: Q. Marcius L.f. Philippus (II), Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
Marcius and Cn. Servilius [169 B.C.], after exhibiting
, Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio censors: C. Claudius
(Cn. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 141 B.C.
Consuls: Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio, Q. Pompeius A.f.
the censors Cn. Servilius Caepio and L.Cassius Longinus, who also
& Cn. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio , Q. Pompeius A.f.
(Q. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 140 B.C.
Consuls: C. Laelius C.f., Q. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
Asellus attempts to stop the consul Caepio leaving for his province.
Caepio forces Viriathus to retreat, but his severity makes him unpopu
born in the consulship of Q. Caepio, and C. Laelius [140
Roman name. But Caepio, who was afterwards general agai
that they would persuade Caepio to agree to peace terms,
.n. , Q. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio  & Cn. Calpurni
witnesses. Cn. and Q. Servilius Caepio, both born of the same
hands; and in Q. Servilius Caepio the consul, because he the
(Q. Servilius Caepio) - Roman consul, 106 B.C.
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The triumph of Q.Caepio, from further Spain.
Consuls: C. Atilius Serranus, Q. Servilius Cn.f. Caepio
Caepio passes a law to share the membership of juries between senator
Caepio recaptures Tolosa and removes its sacred treasures.
Disputes between Mallius and Caepio.
The Cimbri defeat Caepio and destroy the Roman army at Arausio.
The people deprive Caepio of his command.
L.Cassius passes a law to remove Caepio from the senate.
Caepio and Mallius are both exiled, following riots instigated by the
Q.Caepio dies in exile.
Atellan plays.  & Q. Servilius and C. Atilius
emed an orator. Q. Caepio too had a great deal of spirit,
in praise of Q. Caepio, intermingled with a defence of
I was speaking of, on Caepio's case, has been my patter
citizens, and their hatred to Caepio, who had lost the army,
and miserable calamity of Caepio; it also appeared that
it to the condemnation of Caepio's flight, and lamentation for the
argument did you omit against Caepio ? How did you confound
of Gaius Atilius and Quintus Servilius. CIL_1 .678 L
in the consulship of Quintus Servilius and Gaius Ati
nus , Q. Servilius Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio  & P. Rutilius
ilius Cn.f. Cn.n.] Caepio, pro[consul, & from Further Spai
sent a letter begging Caepio to join forces with him
on the same charge as Caepio, by a decree of the people
thousand pounds of gold, Caepio, the Roman consul, a long
the instigation of the consul Caepio, the jury courts were shared
A slave of Q. Servilius Caepio castrated himself in honour of
into exile. 25 The proconsul Caepio captured a city of the
B.C. and the proconsul Q. Caepio were dispatched against the Cimbri,
day on which formerly Caepio's army was destroyed by
.13) & The Roman general Caepio removes an immense amount
a praiseworthy conscience. When Caepio was thrown into prison,
[9.13] Q. Caepio surpassed Crassus in the extent
(Q. Servilius Caepio) - Roman praetor, (?) 91 B.C.
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Caepio is brought to trial for obstructing the passing of Saturninus'
The trial of Q.Caepio, who is defended by the consul L.Crassus.
Political rivalry between the tribune M.Drusus and Q.Caepio.
Caepio unsuccessfully prosecutes Scaurus and (?) Philippus.
restrained by violence, and threats have been made against Caepio.
Q.Caepio is appointed to share the command against the Marsi with C.M
Caepio is defeated and killed by Poppaedius.
CIL_708, the epitaph of C.Sergius, killed in battle with Q.Caepio.
he made at Rome against Caepio, is really an excellent
Metellus (?) son of [...], Q. Caepio, and Q. Pompeius Ruf
same post to Q. Caepio, if he had not been so violently
auction that the quarrel between Caepio and Drusus began which was
(Q. Servilius Caepio) - tribune of the soldiers, 72 B.C.
The close friendship of M.Cato and his brother Caepio.
M.Cato mourns the death of his brother Caepio, at Aenus.
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