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(C. Sallustius Crispus) - Roman historian, usually called Sallust in English
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The birth of the historian C.Sallustius Crispus.
period include Cicero, Caesar, Sallustius, Lucretius and Catullus.
[Sall]:Cic_, a supposed invective of Sallustius against Cicero.
The tribunes Q.Pompeius and C.Sallustius call for the prosecution of
Milo catches the historian Sallustius in the act of adultery.
after demoting several senators, including the historian Sallustius.
Sall]:CaesEp_, a letter from Sallustius to Caesar, which may not
Campania, after the soldiers threaten the praetor C.Sallustius.
esar moves to Leptis, and sends Sallustius to the island of Cercina.
Numidia as a Roman province, and appoints Sallustius to govern it.
ll]:CaesOr_, a speech of advice to Caesar, attributed to Sallustius.
Sallustius extorts money from the province of Africa Nova, while acting
Sall:Hist_, the Histories of Sallustius.
The grammarian Lenaeus writes a satire attacking Sallustius.
The death of the historian Sallustius.
449'A] [Ol. 172.2] Sallustius was born on the Kalends of
rophecy of Daniel. [Ol. 184.1] Sallustius died on May 13th
probably the nephew of Sallust, to whom Horace's Ode ii.
 This is why Sallustius say, "From good beginnings
red by] the histories of Sallustius but, as we have determ
Ar.] The historian Sallustius Crispus was born at Amiternu
Ar.] The events which Sallustius and Livius relate abou
186.1 .  Sallustius died, four years before the
fault with Livius and Sallustius for having exceeded
it to Roman rule. Sallustius mentions [Perseus] in his
time, Cicero and Sallustius, the learned Roman poets,
the wishes of his mother, as Sallustius relates. [1.48]
after his death. Sallustius mentions this at the beginni
(Cn. Sallustius) - a friend of Cicero and Atticus
_2.17 & 15.11, letters from Cicero to Cn.Sallustius and C.Marcellus.
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