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  Gallus   (Q. Ogulnius Gallus) - Roman consul, 269 B.C.
  + Ogulnius
296/11 The aediles Cn. and Q.Ogulnius exact fines from money-lenders and use
269/_ Consuls: Q. Ogulnius L.f. Gallus, C. Fabius C.f. Pictor
257/10 Q.Ogulnius is appointed dictator to hold the Latin festival.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54   [269] & Q. Ogulnius L.f. A.n. Gallus , C. Fabius C.f. M.n
Plin:HN_33.44   in the consulship of Quintus Ogulnius and Gaius Fabius {269 BC}
ValMax_4.3.9   N. Fabius Pictor, and Q. Ogulnius subscribed, who were sent as

  Gallus 2   (C. Sulpicius Gallus) - Roman consul, 243 B.C.
243/_ Consuls: C. Fundanius C.f. Fundulus, C. Sulpicius C.f. Gallus
    Within translations:
FastCap_p56 lus , C. Sulpicius C.f. Ser.n. Gallus [242] & C. Lutatius

  Gallus 3   (C. Sulpicius Gallus) - Roman consul, 166 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Galus , Sulpicius
168/19 advances to Pydna; Sulpicius Gallus predicts a lunar eclipse, which
166/_ Consuls: C. Sulpicius C.f. Gallus, M. Claudius M.f. Marcellus
165/1 The triumph of Sulpicius, over the Ligurians.
163/11 The Romans send Gallus to arbitrate in disputes between the Lacedaemo
163/16 The Roman envoy Gallus investigates accusations against Eumenes.
152/13 The death of Sulpicius Gallus' young son.
150/16a Gallus explains Archimedes' globe.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_78   was C. Sulpicius Gallus, who was better acquainted with
Cic:Brut_90   ward the son of C. Gallus Sulpicius his deceased friend,
Cic:DeOr_1.228   orphan son of Gaius Sulpicius Gallus, his near relation, that he
Cic:Rep_1.21   the life of Gaius Sulpicius Gallus, a most learned man, as
Cic:Rep_1.23   full moon was suddenly darkened. Gallus was at that time **
Cic:Rep_1.30   against the favourite studies of Gallus, he always had on his
FastCap_p66   ellus , C. Sulpicius C.f. C.n. Galus [165] & T. Manlius
FastTr_p105   lpici]us C.f. C.n. Galus, consul, & over the Ligurian Ta[.
ValMax_6.3.10   rigour of C. Sulpicius Gallus, who divorced his wife,
ValMax_8.1.2   and the young son of Gallus, who was closely related to
ValMax_8.11.1   The great care of Sulpicius Gallus to furnish himself with all

  Gallus 4   (L. Anicius Gallus) - Roman consul, 160 B.C.
  + Ancius , Anicius
168/10 The praetor L.Anicius arrives in Illyria.
168/14 Anicius captures Genthius, the king of the Illyrians.
168/44 thanksgiving is held for Anicius' victory.
168/54 Anicius subdues Illyria and Epirus, and organizes their administratio
167/32 The triumph of Anicius, over Genthius and the Illyrians.
160/_ Consuls: L. Anicius L.f. Gallus, M. Cornelius C.f. Cethegus
    Within translations:
Athen_14.615 ble. &# And Lucius Anicius, who was also a general of the
Cic:Brut_287 lship of Opimius [121 B.C.] or Anicius [160 B.C.]. & 'The
FastCap_p66 [160] & L. Anicius L.f. L.n. Gallus , M. Cornelius C.f.
FastTr_p104 Anicius L.f. M.n. Gallus, propraetor, & over king Genthiu
Festus:Brev.7 occasion through Lucius Ancius, a praetor, and we receive

  Gallus 5   (P. Sulpicius Gallus) - an effeminate Roman
129/14 Scipio sharply criticizes P.Sulpicius Gallus for his effeminacy.

  Gallus 6   (L. Plotius Gallus) - a teacher of rhetoric, 1st century B.C.
  + Plotius
88/70 L.Plotius Gallus sets himself up as the first teacher of rhetoric at
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_1929 ther. [not in Ar.] Plotius the Gaul was the first man to

  Gallus 7   (Q. Fadius Gallus) - a wealthy Roman, early 1st century B.C.
  + Sulpicius
82/50 Q.Fadius Gallus leaves his estate to P.Sextilius Rufus.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.675 in the consulship of Servius Sulpicius and Marcus Au

  Gallus 8   (C. Cornelius Gallus) - Roman poet, died in 26 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
69/29 The birth of the poet C.Cornelius Gallus.
30/16 Antonius unsuccessfully attacks Gallus at Paraetonium.
30/34 ablished as a Roman province, with Cornelius Gallus as its praefect.
    Within translations:
Festus:Brev_13   ong the Alexandrians Cornelius Gallus, a Roman judge, took
Hieron:Chron_1985   province was C.Cornelius Gallus, whom Vergilius mentions
Hieron:Chron_1990   Ar.] The poet Cornelius Gallus of Forum Julii, who as we
Malal_224   ciates, called Cornelius Gallus, to be the first governor
OGIS_654   (29) Gaius Cornelius Gallus, son of Gnaeus, Roman knight
Oros_6.19   15 In the meantime Cornelius Gallus, whom Caesar had sent in

  Gallus 9   (C. Aquillius Gallus) - Roman praetor, 66 B.C.
  + Aquillius
66/41 finitions made by C.Aquillius Gallus, Cicero's colleague as praetor.
66/42 C.Aquillius prevents Otacilia from reclaiming a pretended loan.
45/80 ilian stipulation, a legal formula, is devised by C.Aquilius Gallus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_154   and C. Aquilius Gallus, two very able speakers; he effe
ValMax_8.2.2   the fictitious contract. C. Aquillius, a man of great

  Gallus 10   (M. Fadius Gallus) - a friend of Cicero
  + Fadius
62/29 letters from Cicero to C.Antonius, P.Sestius and M.Fadius Gallus.
46/92 Cic:Fam_7.23 & 7.26, two letters from Cicero to Gallus.
45/49 .19-21 & 7.24-25, letters from Cicero to Lepta, Toranius and Gallus.
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_15.14 ion you present M. Fadius to me as a friend; well, I gain

  Gallus 11   (T. Fadius Gallus) - tribune of the plebs, 57 B.C.
  + Fadius
52/69 Cic:Fam_5'16, a letter from Cicero to T.Fadius.

  Gallus 12   (L. Caninius Gallus) - trib une of the plebs, 56 B.C.
ValMax_4.2.6   [2.6]   Caninius Gallus also acted remarkably both as
Wikipedia entry

  Gallus 13   (L. Caninius Gallus) - Roman consul, 37 B.C.
  + Caninius
37/_ Consuls: M. Vipsanius L.f. Agrippa , L. Caninius L.f. Gallus
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_717 [717] &   M. Agrippa and L. Caninius. & In the year of
ChronPasc_468 otal, 5,521 years. Agrippa and Gallus were consuls. By a
ExcBarb_49B Pulcher and Enobaudus Gallus and Agrippa Octavianus and
FastCap_p80 L.f. , L. Caninius L.f. . . Gallus - resigned , T. Stat
Joseph:AJ_14.487 cus Agrippa and Caninius Gallus were consuls of Rome, on

  Gallus 14   (C. Asinius Gallus) - Roman consul, 8 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Hieron:Chron_2030   Ar.] Gaius Asinius Gallus, the orator and son of Asinius
Plin:HN_33.135   consulship of Gaius Asinius Gallus and Gaius Marcius Censorinus
Plinius:Ep_7.4   volumes of Asinius Gallus, in which he institutes a compar

  Gallus 15   (Cestius Gallus) - governor of Syria, 64-67 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
  + Cassius , Cestius
ChronSynt_67   by the general Sabinus and by Cassius, governor of Syria.
Joseph:BJ_1.20   with what happened to Cestius; and what places the Jews
Joseph:BJ_1.21   ties; and how Nero, upon Cestius's defeat, was in fear of
MegTaan_9   hat it refers to the defeat of Cestius by the Jews in 66
MegTaan_10   eaders following the defeat of Cestius in 66 A.D. - see
Plin:HN_34.48   before Nero, the ex-consul Gaius Cestius used to go about with

  Gallus 16   (C. Vibius Trebonianus Gallus) - Roman emperor, 251-253 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
ExcBarb_48B   years - cons. 1 Gallus and Volusianus, jointly for 3
Oros_7.27   during the reign of Gallus and Volusianus, who had

  Gallus 17   (Constantius Gallus) - cousin of the emperor Constantius II
Wikipedia entry
Julian:Mis_340   brother and my father's son [ Gallus ]. Six races are all
Oros_7.29   at once chose his cousin Gallus as Caesar, but since the

  Gallus 18   (P. Volumnius Amintinus Gallus) - Roman consul, 461 B.C.
FastCap_p28   Volumnius M.f. M.n. Amintinus Gallus , Ser. Sulpicius .
ValMax_1.6.5   in our city, when P. Volumnius and Ser. Sulpitius were consuls,

  Gallus 19   (P. Clusius Gallus) - Roman official, 49 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.229 bune; of Publius Clusius Gallus, the son of Publius, of
Joseph:AJ_14.238 tribe, Publius Clusius Gallus, the son of Publius, of

  Gallus 20   (Aelius Gallus) - Roman prefect of Egypt, 26-24 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:AJ_15.317   as auxiliaries to Caesar; Aelius Gallus led them to the Red

  Gallus   - in documents
CIL_1.1576 Marcus Herennius Gallus son of Marcus, and Quintus V
SelPap_1.36 Annicius Faustus and Virius Gallus. {Signed} I, Val

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