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  Fabius   (Q.Fabius) - a citizen of Saguntum, 1st century B.C.
72/37 Metellus rewards Q.Fabius of Saguntum with Roman citizenship.

  Fabius 2   (C.Fabius) - an officer of Caesar in Gaul and Spain
51/38 Fabius and Caninius defeat Dumnacus, a chieftain of the Andes.
49/42 Afranius and Petreius attack C.Fabius, the general of Caesar, near
Oros_6.11   peril. 17 But the legate Fabius received a letter from Caninius

  Fabius 3   - a centurion in the army of Pompeius, 63 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.69 the other part, while Fabius, who was also a centurion,
Joseph:BJ_01.149 centurions, Furius and Fabius; and every one of these

  Fabius 4   - governor of Damascus, 42 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.295 295] but Herodes went to Fabius, the prefect of Damascus,
Joseph:AJ_14.297 and had, by money, made Fabius to be his friend, add this
Joseph:BJ_01.236 happened then to be with Fabius, the governor of Damascus,
Joseph:BJ_01.239 ulus, and principally on Fabius's account, whom Antigonus

  Fabius 5   (L. Fabius Hispaniensis) - an associate of Sertorius in Spain
Sall:Hist_3.79 Above him was L. Fabius Hispaniensis, a senator who had

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