Magius   - in ancient sources @

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  Magius   (Decius Magius) - a supporter of the Romans at Capua, 3rd century B.C.
216/36 Hannibal removes Decius Magius, a prominent supporter of the Romans,

  Magius 2   (Minutius Magius) - a supporter of the Romans during the Social War, 1st century B.C.
88/71 Minatius Magius is rewarded with Roman citizenship, for his services

  Magius 3   (L.Magius) - a Roman who deserted to Mithridates, 1st century B.C.
85/23 Fannius and Magius escape from Fimbria's army, and join Mithridates.
Oros_6.2   of Aesculapius. 12 Fannius and Magius fled from the army of

  Magius 4   (P. Magius) - tribune of the plebs, 87 B.C.
Cic:Brut_179 ius. Vergilius's colleague, P. Magius, was more copious

  Magius   - in documents
CIL_1.1694 Thurii. Publius Magius Iuncus, son of Publius, and
CIL_1.1722 of the borough; Marcus Magius Syrus, son of Minatus;
CIL_1.388 quaestors: Salvius Magius, son of Statius, and Pacu

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