Lupus   - in ancient sources @

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  Lupus   (P. Rutilius Lupus) - Roman consul, 90 B.C.
  + Rutilius
90/_ Consuls: L. Julius L.f. Caesar, P. Rutilius L.f. Lupus
90/14 tius Scato defeats and kills P.Rutilius by the river Tolenus, but a
    Within translations:
FastCap_p74   Caesar , P. Rutilius L.f. L.n. Lupus - killed in battle
Obseq_55   were suffered. Rutilius Lupus after disregarding religious
Oros_5.18   with the Samnites. The consul Rutilius chose his kinsman Marius as

  Lupus 2   (P. Rutilius Lupus) - Roman praetor, 49 B.C.
  + Rutilius
45/69 Cic:Fam_13.5 & 13.8, letters from Cicero to Orca and Rutilius.

  Lupus   - in documents
SelPap_1.52 called Plantas surnamed Lupus, son of Dionysius, and

Lupussee Lentulus13

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