Pansa - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Q. Appuleius Pansa) - Roman consul, 300 B.C.
Consuls: M. Valerius M.f. Corvus (V), Q. Appuleius Pansa
Appuleius begins the siege of Nequinum in Umbria.
Corvus V , Q. Appuleius . . . Pansa censors: P. Semproniu
(C. Vibius Pansa Caetronianus) - Roman consul, 43 B.C.
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Consuls: C. Vibius Pansa Caetronianus , A. Hirtius A.f.
Cicero practices declamation with Hirtius and Pansa.
Gallorum: M.Antonius defeats Pansa, but is then defeated by Hirtius.
The consul Pansa dies of wounds received in the battle of Forum Gallo
Hirtius and Pansa are given public funerals.
Curia Pompeia.  & C. Pansa and A. Hirtius. & In
conquest of Gaul. [Ol. 183.1] Pansa and Hirtius were cons
ersation with our friend Pansa, and his son Curio, when
trusted, while, at Rome, Pansa has collected strong forces
for the violent opposition of Pansa. Having made the prop
icated. Our friend Pansa set out in military uniform on
that our friend Pansa was sped on his way by universal
(1st cent. A.D.) fasces], when Hirtius and Pansa [were consuls]. (
years. Hirtius and Pansa Burtus and Cortilianus Gaius Juli
80]  & C. Vibius C.f. C.n. Pansa Caetronianus - died
Brutus and Publicola to Pansa and Hirtius there were 916
so) and appointed Vibius Pansa and Aulus Hirtius as consul
the following men: Publius, Vibius, Lucius and especial
statue of the consul C. Pansa collapsed in the home of
Mutina, the consuls Hirtius and Pansa 43 B.C. together with Caesar,
the funerals of Hirtius and Pansa, they who provided all the
(L. Titinius Pansa Saccus) - consular tribune, 400 B.C.
ullinus L. Titinius L.f. M'.n. Pansa Saccus L. Publilius
- in documents
husband Gaius Valerius Pansa, ex-gymnasiarch, from
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