Opimius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Opimius 2   (Q. Opimius) - Roman consul, 154 B.C.
  + Oppius
154/_ Consuls: Q. Opimius Q.f., L. Postumius Sp.f. Albinus
154/9 Opimius defeats the Oxybii and Decietae, two Ligurian tribes.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p68 M.n. Marcellus II [154] & Q. Opimius Q.f. Q. n. , L. Pos
Hieron:Chron_1871 871] [1869 in Ar.] Oppius defeated the Gauls; and Scipio

  Opimius 3   (L. Opimius) - Roman consul, 121 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
125/9 Fregellae is captured and destroyed by the praetor Opimius.
125/13 The senate refuses to grant a triumph to Opimius.
122/11 Opimius is elected consul, at the second attempt.
121/_ Consuls: L. Opimius Q.f., Q. Fabius Q.Aemiliani f. Maximus
121/1 Minucius and Opimius revoke some of Gracchus' laws.
121/10 The consul Opimius punishes the supporters of Gracchus severely.
121/14 The senate instructs Opimius to restore the temple of Concordia.
121/19 The year of Opimius' consulship is famous for its excellent vintage.
120/2 Opimius is accused of putting citizens to death without trial, but
116/9 Roman commision led by Opimius partitions Numidia between the kings
109/24 Egilius replies in sort when insulted by L.Opimius.
109/25 Opimius is condemned by Mamilius' commision.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_128 cellent citizen L. Opimius, who killed Gracchus; of which
Cic:Brut_287 from the consulship of Opimius [121 B.C.] or Anicius [16
Diod_34.29 when the consul {Opimius} by proclamation promised to
Diod_34.28a his orders. While Opimius was deliberating on the Capitol

  Opimius 5   (Q. Opimius) - tribune of the plebs, 75 B.C.
74/29 disinherit A.Trebonius, Q.Opimius, and M.Octavius, the heir

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