Titinius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Titinius   (M. Titinius) - magister equitum, 302 B.C.
FastCap_p48 Brutus , magister equitum: M. Titinius C.f. C.n. - in ord

  Titinius 2   (C. Titinius) - a rebel slave who defected to the Romans, 104 B.C.
104/3 against the praetor Licinius Nerva, but are defeated by C.Titinius
    Within translations:
Diod_36.3 municated with one Gaius Titinius, surnamed Gadaeus, whom

  Titinius 3   (C. Titinius of Minturnae) - husband of Fannia, c. 100 B.C.
100/14 rs the return of Fannia's dowry, after she is divorced by Titinius

  Titinius 4   (M. Titinius) - a Roman officer, defeated by the slaves in Sicily, 104 B.C.
Diod_36.4 increasing, sent Marcus Titinius as commander against the

  Titinius   - in documents
CIL_1.1696 CIL_1 .1696 Aulus Titinius. On a tablet.
CIL_1.2689 lius Curtilius and Gaius Titinius Afrio, slave of G
CIL_1.683 man of Marcus [. . Titinius] Antiochus, freedman of Ti

Titiniussee Curvus

Titiniussee Mena

Titiniussee Pansa3

Titiniussee Titius4

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