Gallius   - in ancient sources @

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  Gallius   (Q. Gallius) - Roman praetor, 63 B.C.
67/24 Q.Gallius, as aedile, is unable to provide any wild beasts for the
66/26 Q.Gallius is accused of bribery by Calidius, and is defended by Cicer
64/21 candidate for consul, and Q.Gallius, a candidate for praetor, atte
51/34 Calidius, who is himself brought to trial by the sons of Q.Gallius.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_277   he prosecuted Q. Gallius for an attempt to poison him,
ValMax_8.10.3   discussed, in his speech for Gallius. He reproached M. Calidius the

  Gallius 2   (Q. Gallius) - Roman praetor, 43 B.C.
46/16 c:Fam_13.29 & 13.44, letters from Cicero to L.Plancus and Q.Gallius.

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