Crispus   - in ancient sources @

This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
On each line there is a link to the page where the name can be found.

  Crispus   (C Sallustius Crispus) - Roman historian, called Sallust in English
Wikipedia entry
86/52 The birth of the historian C.Sallustius Crispus.
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_1930 The historian Sallustius Crispus was born at Amiternum,

  Crispus 2   (Manilius Crispus) - a friend of Pompeius, 1st century B.C.
50/60 Cn.Piso prosecutes Manilius Crispus, a friend of Pompeius.

  Crispus 3   (Q. Marcius Crispus) - Roman praetor, (?) 46 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
44/123 Marcius Crispus, the governor of Bithynia, intervenes in Syria and
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_12.11 the generals L.Murcus and Q.Crispus. When those gallant
Cic:Fam_12.12 of the commanders, Murcus and Crispus. As for Bassus, the

  Crispus 4   (Flavius Julius Crispus) - Roman consul, 318 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
Oros_7.28   to death his own son Crispus and his sister's son Licinius.
SelPap_2.345   tus for the 5th time and Crispus the most illustrious

  Crispus   - in documents
SelPap_2.406 mnasiarch, auditor, from Crispus also called Sarapion,

Crispussee Capitolinus13

Crispussee Passienus

  ← Search for another name

This page Andrew Smith, 2024   :   Attalus' home page