Titius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(C. Titius) - Roman prefect in Sicily, 133 B.C.
tinues; the Roman prefect C.Titius is punished after being defeated
(Sex. Titius) - Roman politician, early 1st century B.C.
The agrarian law of Sex.Titius is withdrawn because of adverse omens.
Titius' flamboyant oratorical style leads to a dance being named
Sex.Titius is brought to trial and condemned, because of his support
succeeded by Sext. Titius, who was indeed a voluble speake
(C Titius) - Roman orator, early 1st century B.C.
same age was C. Titius, a Roman knight, who, in my judg
(C. Titius) - leader of a mutiny in the army of L.Cato
C.Titius (? Titinius) leads a mutiny in Cato's army.
(L. Titius) - a Roman who foretold Sulla's victory against Mithridates
L.Titius reports a message from Jupiter, promising Sulla victory
(T. Titius) - an acquaintance of Cicero
Cic:Fam_7.2 & 13.75, letters from Cicero to M.Marius and T.Titius
Cic:Fam_5.13 & 5.16, letters from Cicero to Lucceius and Titius
(P. Titius) - tribune of the plebs,43 B.C.
P.Titius is doomed to die before the end of the year, after deposin
(M. Titius) - suffect consul, 31 B.C.
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Sextus Pompeius is put to death by M.Titius.
_47g, a dedication at Mytilene in honour of the proconsul M.Titius.
Plancus and Titius desert from Antonius to Octavianus.
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