Perperna - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M. Perperna) - Roman consul, 130 B.C.
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Consuls: L. Cornelius Lentulus , M. Perperna M.f.
Perperna rushes to Asia.
Perperna defeats Aristonicus.
Perperna captures Stratoniceia: end of the war against Aristonicus.
Death of Perperna at Pergamon.
road-laying; consul with M. Perperna. CIL_6.1304
- elected in his place , M. Perperna M.f. . . [ Years
life. The consul Perperna being sent in his place, reduc
(M. Perperna) - Roman consul, 92 B.C.
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The birth of M.Perperna, later consul and censor.
Consuls: C. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher, M. Perperna M.f.
The censors Philippus and Perperna review the senate.
The death of M.Perperna, at the age of 98 years.
audius Ap.f. C.n. Pulcher , M. Perperna M.f. M.n. censors:
(M. Perperna Vento) - Roman praetor, 82 B.C.
M.Perperna organises resistance in Sicily, but leaves when he hears
Perperna takes the remainder of Lepidus' army to Spain, to fight alon
Perperna's soldiers insist on joining together with Sertorius' army.
Pompeius defeats Perperna and Herennius by the river Turia, near Vale
Perperna goes to Callaecia, where he captures the town of Cale.
Perperna establishes himself as leader of the remaining rebels in Spa
Pompeius defeats and kills Perperna; he destroys the privates papers
Pompeius treats the survivors of Perperna's army humanely.
soldiers. Marcus Perpenna, the governor of Sicily, alone
uential of his officers, Perpenna and Tarquitius, conferre
partner and accomplice Perperna, in order to avoid punis
rwards Pompeius defeated Perperna and destroyed the cities
ch], in between Tarquitius and Perperna, who was the host.
(C. Perperna) - Roman praetor, (?) 91 B.C.
C.Perperna is stripped of his command after being defeated by P.Prese
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