Gratidianus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M. Marius Gratidianus) - Roman praetor 85 B.C., murdered in 81 B.C.
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Marius Gratidianus as praetor prematurely publishes details of a deci
Catilina is involved in the cruel murder of M.Marius Gratidianus.
mbria, the father of M. Marius Gratidianus.  & There
that Cn. Carbo, M. Marius, and several others of the same
of law? For when Marius Gratidianus had sold a house to
Aelius Lamia appeared for Gratidianus against Aculeo, and Lamia,
Sulla gave orders that M. Marius should be dragged out of
district voted statues to Marius Gratidianus. And it is a remarkable
set up statues to Marius Gratidianus, as we have stated, and
he conduct himself toward M. Marius the praetor who was dragged
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