Luscus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(T. Annius Luscus) - Roman consul, 153 B.C.
Consuls: Q. Fulvius M.f. Nobilior, T. Annius T.f. Luscus
how agriculture was encouraged by either T.Annius or P.Popillius.
 & Q. Fulvius and P. Annius. & These were the
lleague, T. Annius Luscus, who is said to have been tolera
Nobilior , T. Annius T.f. . . Luscus  & M. Claudius
(T. Annius Luscus Rufus) - Roman consul, 128 B.C.
T.Annius Luscus challenges Gracchus.
Consuls: Cn. Octavius Cn.f., T. Annius Rufus
(C. Annius Luscus) - Roman proconsul in Spain, 81 B.C.
C.Annius forces Sertorius to abandon Spain.
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