Petreius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Cn. Petreius) - an officer in the Roman army, late 2nd century B.C.
Cn.Petreius of Atina is awarded a crown of grass, for rescuing his
(M. Petreius) - Roman general, killed in 46 B.C.
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Afranius and Petreius attack C.Fabius, the general of Caesar, near
ies the army of Afranius and Petreius, as they attempt to retreat fro
Afranius and Petreius surrender to Caesar.
attacked by Labienus and Petreius, and suffers many casualties.
Juba and Petreius kill each other in a suicide pact.
generals L. Afranius, M. Petreius, and M. Varro were
to cut his throat and Petreius transfixed himself with the same
Antonius covered it with silver, Petreius with gold, Q. Catulus with
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