Cornificius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Roman quaestor, 48 B.C.; a friend of Cicero
Q.Cornificius governs Illyricum wisely, and keeps it loyal to Caesar.
:Fam_9.17 & 12.17-18, letters from Cicero to Paetus and Cornificius.
Caesar orders Q.Cornificius to take command in Syria, against the reb
m_10.1-2 & 12.20-22, letters from Cicero to Plancus and Cornificius.
ic:Fam_12.3 & 12.23, letters from Cicero to Cassius and Cornificius.
5-7 & 12.22a, letters from Cicero to Decimus Brutus and Cornificius.
Cic:Fam_9.24 & 12.24, letters from Cicero to Paetus and Cornificius.
Cic:Fam_12.25 & 12.28, two letters from Cicero to Cornificius.
Cic:Fam_12.26-27 & 12.29, letters from Cicero to Cornificius.
c:Fam_10.25 & 12.25a, lettes from Cicero to Furnius and Cornificius.
c:Fam_10.26 & 12.30, letters from Cicero to Furnius and Cornificius.
the province of Africa, after defeating and killing Q.Cornificius.
- a Roman poet, 1st century B.C.
in Ar.] The poet Cornificius died after being deserted
- a writer on Latin grammar and rhetoric
: FESTUS : Nare. Cornificius states that this word is
- Roman consul, 35 B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
Consuls: L. Cornificius L.f., Sex. Pompeius Sex.f.
The triumph of L.Cornificius, from Africa.
(35) ober in the year when L. Cornificius and Sex. Po
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