Decianus   - in ancient sources @

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  Decianus   (C. Plautius Decianus) - Roman consul, 329 B.C.
FastCap_p44   Plautius P.f. P.n. Decianus [ Years 328 - 321 are missing]
FastTr_p95   Plautius P.f. P.n. Decianus, consul, & over the Privernate
ValMax_6.2.1   minds of the senators. Plautius the consul, who favoured

  Decianus 2   (C. Appuleius Decianus) - tribune of the plebs, 99 B.C.
99/8 The tribune Decianus brings an accusation against L.Flaccus, a curule
97/1 C.Decianus, the prosecutor of Furius, is himself condemned for his
    Within translations:
Schol:Bob_95   son of Apuleius Decianus, who had recently been condemn
ValMax_8.1d.2   by his great renown. But Decianus, a person of spotless integrity,

  Decianus 3   - one of the prosecutors of Flaccus, 59 B.C.
Schol:Bob_95 Decimus Laelius. And what did Decianus . . ? Another supp

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