Rex - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Q. Marcius Rex) - Roman praetor, 144 B.C.
The construction of the Aqua Marcia, by the praetor Q.Marcius.
their genuine value. Quintus Marcius Rex, having been ordered by the
(Q. Marcius Rex) - Roman consul, 118 B.C.
Consuls: M. Porcius M.f. Cato, Q. Marcius Q.f. Rex
Q.Marcius defeats the Styni, an Alpine tribe.
Marcius reacts bravely to the death of his son.
The triumph of Q.Marcius, over the Styni.
Marcius Q.f. Q.n. Rex, proconsul, & over the Ligurian Sty
5 The consul Q. Marcius 118 B.C. made war upon
to wander abroad. Q. Marcius Rex, the colleague of Cato the
(Q. Marcius Rex) - Roman consul, 68 B.C.
Consuls: L. Caecilius C.f. Metellus, Q. Marcius Q.f. Rex
office; his successor also dies, so Marcius is left as sole consul.
Clodius leaves Lucullus' army, and joins his brother-in-law Marcius.
Q.Marcius Rex visits Antioch, where he negotiates with Philippus and
C.Manlius sends envoys to Marcius Rex.
funds by Quintus Marcius Rex, when he visited Antioch in
(Rupilius Rex) - a Roman in Asia, 42 B.C.
Brutus judges a legal dispute between Persius and Rupilius Rex.
- in documents
Quintus Marcius Rex son of Publius, of the Sergian
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