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(C. Coelius Caldus) - Roman consul, 94 B.C.
+ Caelius , Coelius
The tribune C.Coelius charges C.Popillius with treason for his part
C.Caelius acquits a man accused of slandering the poet Lucilius.
C.Coelius, a "novus homo", is elected to be consul for the following
Consuls: C. Coelius C.f. Caldus, L. Domitius Cn.f. Ahenobarbus
wise observe of C. Caelius, that he was a man of great app
not perceive that to C. Caelius, my contemporary, a new man
"In the case of Caelius, that joke of yours, Antonius,
ril in the consulship of Gaius Coelius and Lucius Domi
sulship of Gaius Coelius Caldus son of Gaius, and Lu
 & C. Coelius C.f. C.n. Caldus , L. Domitius Cn.f.
by the tribune of the Caelius on the charge that he
(94) the consuls were Gaius Coelius Caldus son of Gaius and Lucius
(C. Coelius Caldus) - Roman quaestor, 50 B.C.
& Cic:Fam_2.19, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Coelius Caldus.
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