Murcus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(L. Staius Murcus) - Roman praetor, 45 B.C.
Bassus defeats Murcus, the general sent against him by Caesar.
Murcus destroys a fleet carrying further reinforcements to Antonius
Murcus and Domitius join Sextus Pompeius, along with the remains
Sextus Pompeius distrusts Murcus, and has him killed.
Syria to join the generals L.Murcus and Q.Crispus. When
the claims of the commanders, Murcus and Crispus. As for
out into a great length, Murcus came from Rome to take Sex
brought over both Bassus and Murcus to his party. He the
him:  this was when Murcus was president of Syria;
rer; for now Cassius and Murcus had got together an army,
a considerable length, Murcus came out of Italy as succe
ation between Bassus and Murcus, and the legions which wer
Antipater, who dissuaded Murcus, the then president of Syr
the other, Cassius and Murcus got together an army out
eet under the command of Murcius was stationed at an islan
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