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  Cinna   (L. Cornelius Cinna) - Roman consul, 127 B.C.
127/_ Consuls: L. Cassius Longinus Ravilla, L. Cornelius L.f. Cinna

  Cinna 2   (L. Cornelius Cinna) - Roman consul, 87 B.C.
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88/58 Octavius and Cinna are elected consuls, and are forced to swear not
87/_ Consuls: Cn. Octavius Cn.f., L. Cornelius L.f. Cinna
87/4 Cinna attempts to pass a law to redistribute the new Italian citizens
87/14 Cinna raises an army of supporters from the Italian towns.
87/19 Cinna, Carbo, Sertorius, and Marius surround Rome with their forces.
87/22 Cinna captures Ariminum and Placentia.
87/29 Marius and Cinna launch an attack on Rome, but are repelled; a soldie
87/35 The senate sends envoys to Cinna and Marius, and agrees to allow them
87/37 Octavius is murdered by Censorinus, an associate of Cinna.
87/41 lder son commit suicide, to avoid capture by the followers of Cinna.
87/51 ans are killed by Marius and Cinna; and Sulla is declared a public
87/52 refuse to plunder the property of the victims of Marius and Cinna.
87/58 Cinna and Marius declare themselves consuls for the following year
86/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius L.f. Cinna (II), C. Marius C.f. (VII)
86/2 Cinna and Sertorius massacre the freed slaves, who had been responsib
86/45 Cinna is re-elected consul for the following year.
85/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius L.f. Cinna (III), Cn. Papirius Cn.f. Carbo
85/17 Opponents of Cinna sail from Italy to join Sulla.
85/27 Cinna and Carbo appoint themselves consuls for the following year,
84/_ Consuls: Cn. Papirius Cn.f. Carbo (II), L. Cornelius L.f. Cinna (IV)
84/3 Cinna and Carbo make preparations for the war against Sulla.
84/7 Cinna transports his army to Liburnia.
84/8 Caesar marries Cornelia, daughter of Cinna.
84/9 General remarks on Cinna's crimes during his period of power.
84/10 Cinna is killed in a mutiny at Ancona.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_670 as his heir. [670] &   L. Cinna (IV) and Cn. Papirius
CIL_1.713 consulship of Lucius Cornelius Cinna, in the month of
CIL_1.891 in the consulship of Lucius Cornelius and Lucius Va
CIL_1.892 in the consulship of Lucius Cinna and Gnaeus Papirius.
Diod_* 38.1-6 *   The Romans sent envoys to Cinna to treat for peace.
Exsuper_22 [22] While this was happening, Cinna and Octavius were ele
Exsuper_* 25-32 * rces, and forced his colleague Cinna into exile. [26] In
Exsuper_49 ius (for the seventh time) and Cinna were elected consuls.
FastCap_p74 ffice , L. Cornelius L.f. L.n. Cinna - forced to resign
GranLic_* 15-18 * in the verses that, if Cinna and six of the tribunes wer
GranLic_21 the envoys who were sent by Cinna. He secretly discusse
GranLic_23 hat an envoy should be sent to Cinna to discuss peace. On
Nepos:Att_2 by the disturbances of Cinna, and that no facility was
Sall:Hist_1.67 forgetting the crimes of Cinna, upon whose return to our

  Cinna 3   (L. Cornelius Cinna) - Roman praetor, 44 B.C.
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72/25 Parthenius of Nicaea is captured by (?) Cinna, and brought to Rome.
70/33 ses the return from exile of L.Cinna and other supporters of Lepidus.
44/20 Flavus to return from exile, at the request of the praetor Cinna.
    Within translations:
NicDam_130.76 after this, the praetor Cinna propitiated Caesar to the

  Cinna 5   (Cn. Cornelius Cinna Magnus) - Roman consul, 5 A.D.
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FastCap_p84 Cornelius L.f. Magni Pompei n. Cinna Magnus & from 1st Jul

  Cinna 6   (C. Helvius Cinna) - Roman poet and tribune, 44 B.C.
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