Naevius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Cn. Naevius) - an early Roman poet, 3rd century B.C.
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Naevius produces his first play.
The poet Naevius quarrels with the consul Metellus, and is put in pri
Naev:Pun, Naevius' epic poem on the Punic War.
The death of the poet Naevius.
ted from the writings of Naevius: for Naevius died, as we
younger than Plautus and Naevius, who had exhibited a grea
owed many ornaments from Naevius; or if you refuse to own
wit is heightened; as in Naevius, a man seems to be
it appears to me, in Naevius:
overwhelmed by a general laugh. Naevius is full of this kind
myself listening to Plautus or Naevius; she has a tone of
for our own Plautus or Naevius to have selected Publius and
was older than Plautus and Naevius.
the joy of Hector in Naevius is one thing -
SERVIUS auctus : Naevius and Ennius record that the foun
The first Punic War ; Naevius and others have already
1816] [not in Ar.] Naevius the writer of comedies died at
ingle type. ... In passages of Naevius ... I have found
(M. Naevius) - tribune of the plebs, 184 B.C.
The new tribunes of the plebs, including M.Naevius, enter office.
wearied of doing them. M. Naevius, tribune of the plebs or
(Sex. Naevius) - the business partner of P.Quinctius, 1st century B.C.
P.Quinctius, dies while in Gaul with his associate Sex.Naevius.
Sex.Naevius lays claim to the legal possession of the property of P.Q
Turpio - a Roman, convicted of assault in 75 B.C.
Naevius Turpio is convicted of wrong-doing by the praetor Sacerdos.
- a Roman, defended by Curio against prosecution by Cicero
defence of Ser. Naevius, he suddenly forgot every thing
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