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(C. Norbanus) - Roman consul, 83 B.C.
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are both exiled, following riots instigated by the tribune Norbanus.
Norbanus is brought to trial for his conduct as tribune in 103 B.C.;
Norbanus, the governor of Sicily, saves Rhegium from an attack by the
Consuls: L. Cornelius L.f. Scipio Asiaticus, C. Norbanus
Sulla defeats Norbanus at Canusium.
Sulla advances against Norbanus at Capua, but Norbanus avoids him.
Albinovanus murders the officers of Norbanus, who escapes to Rhodes.
C.Norbanus commits suicide to avoid capture at Rhodes.
 & L. Scipio and C. Norbanus. & In the year of
mine, when he accused Gaius Norbanus, ** and I defended him.
and our friend Sulpicius in Norbanus's case; for though I admitted
and that the sedition of Norbanus, proceeding from the grief of
of what do you accuse Norbanus, whose tribuneship was subservient to
of Manius Aquilius, ** Gaius Norbanus, ** and some others; but
people, be held against Gaius Norbanus as a heinous crime or
happened was not sedition in Norbanus, but resentment on the part
14 But Gaius Norbanus, the governor of Sicily, so
the consulship of Norbanus and Sulla, when Sulla returned
.f. L.n. Scipio Asiaticus , C. Norbanus . . .  & C.
hen Sulla defeated Norbanus near Capua, and after shutting
and overcame the consul Norbanus in battle. Sulla's men
four consuls, Carbo, Marius, Norbanus, and Scipio. Among the
openly endeavoured to ruin C. Norbanus, who was brought to trial
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