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  Galba   (P. Sulpicius Galba Maximus) - Roman consul, 211 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Sulpicius
211/_ Consuls: P. Sulpicius Ser.f. Galba Maximus, Cn. Fulvius Cn.f. Centuma
208/15 The Roman proconsul Sulpicius captures Oreus.
203/24 P.Sulpicius is appointed dictator, to stop Caepio crossing to Africa.
200/_ Consuls: P. Sulpicius Ser.f. Galba Maximus (II), C. Aurelius C.f. Cot
200/1 Sulpicius puts forward a motion to declare war on Philippus, but
200/20 Sulpicius crosses over to Macedonia with a Roman army.
    Within translations:
Ennius:Ann_325 - Greece was given by lot to Sulpicius, Gaul to Cotta.
FastCap_p60 lus , P. Sulpicius Ser.f. P.n. Galba Maximus & [p62] [210]
FastCap_p62 00] & P. Sulpicius Ser.f. P.n. Galba Maximus II , C. Aurel

  Galba 4   (Ser. Sulpicius Galba) - Roman praetor, 187 B.C.
Cic:Acad_2.51 with his neighbour Servius Galba he used to say, 'Methought I

  Galba 6   (Ser. Sulpicius Galba) - Roman consul, 144 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Servius , Sulpicius
167/18 to Paullus is passed, despite the strong opposition of Ser.Galba.
151/9 The Lusitani defeat Galba.
150/4 Galba massacres the Lusitani.
149/15 une Libo attempts to condemn Galba for his behaviour in Spain, and
144/_ Consuls: Ser. Sulpicius Ser.f. Galba, L. Aurelius L.f. Cotta
138/30 Galba and Laelius speak on opposite sides when a guild is accused of
134/20 Galba is the outstanding orator of his time.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_80 the defendant Servius Galba in an assembly of the peopl
Cic:Brut_82 ities. But Servius Galba, who was something older than any
Cic:Brut_* 86-95 * lly supported by Servius Galba, whose manner of speaking
Cic:Brut_98 mplished speaker Servius Galba above-mentioned, by giving
Cic:Brut_127 Galba, the son of the eloquent Servius, and the son-in-law
Cic:Brut_295 much in commendation of Galba;- if as the best speaker
Cic:Brut_333 crowd of contemporaries, Galba, for instance, was the only
CIL_1.694 Servius Sulpicius Galba, consul, son of Servius, let
CIL_1.695 Latin Text Servius Sulpicius Galba, a consul of 14
FastCap_p70 & Ser. Sulpicius Ser.f. P.n. Galba , L. Aurelius L.f.
Syll_685 (112/1)   rom Rome under Servius Sulpicius and the conclusion

  Galba 7   (Ser. Sulpicius Galba) - Roman consul, 108 B.C.
111/3 killed while in Spain, and Ser.Galba takes over as Roman commander.
109/3 war against Jugurtha; Bestia, Galba, and others are found guilty.
108/_ Consuls: Ser. Sulpicius Ser.f. Galba, (Q.?) Hortensius
    Within translations:
FastCap_p72 Ser. Sulpicius Ser.f. Ser.n. Galba , Q. Hortensius . .

  Galba 8   (C. Sulpicius Galba) - Roman orator, son of the cousul of 144 B.C.
Cic:Brut_98 daughter in marriage to Galba's son; and being likewise
Cic:Brut_127 him appeared C. Galba, the son of the eloquent Servius,
Cic:Brut_128 bove-mentioned, C. Galba one of the Priests, and the four

  Galba 9   - Roman general, early 1st century B.C.
91/34 Ser.Galba is captured by the Lucanians, but escapes.

  Galba 10   (Ser. Sulpicius Galba) - Roman praetor, 54 B.C.
57/48 Ser.Galba is driven out of the Alps by the Veragri.
52/70 Ser.Galba pledges a sum of money to Pompeius.
50/33 Ser.Galba fails to be elected as consul for the following year.
46/61a Servius Galba demands his money back from Caesar.

  Galba 13   (Ser. Sulpicius Galab Augustus) - Roman emperor, 68-69 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Galba
Suetonius,- SUETONIUS, Galba
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_7.10 civil wars at Rome when Galba the Roman was murdered,*
ExcBarb_48A years - cons. 4 Galba [Otho] Vitellius for one and a
Julian:Caes_310 ing in together, Vindex, Galba, Otho, Vitellius, so that

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