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Annius Milo, Titus  

Ernst Badian

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Dec 2015
Titus Annius Milo, of a prominent family of *Lanuvium, as tribune 57 bce worked for *Cicero's recall from exile and, with P. *Sestius, organized armed gangs to oppose those led by P. *Clodius Pulcher ... More

Annius Vinicianus  

Arnaldo Momigliano and Barbara Levick

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Dec 2015
Annius Vinicianus, son of L. Vinicianus who conspired in 42 ce, and son-in-law of Cn. *Domitius Corbulo, was legate (see legatus) of Legio V Macedonica under him in 63 when he was not yet quaestor. ... More

Annius Gallus, Appius  

Brian Campbell

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Dec 2015

Appius Annius Gallus, *suffect consul between 62 and 69 ce; sent by *Otho against the Vitellians in NE Italy; in 70 he was legate of Upper Germany, against C. *Iulius Civilis.

Annius Verus, Marcus  

Anthony R. Birley

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Mar 2016
Annius Verus, Marcus, grandfather of *Marcus Aurelius, from Ucubi (mod. Espejo) in *Baetica, became a patrician under *Vespasian, and was *suffect consul in ce 97. He was influential under ... More

annona (other products)  

Carlos Machado

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Jul 2018
The annona was the imperial service responsible for overseeing the supply of key food items to the city of Rome and the army. Primarily concerned with grain, the service became ... More

Antinous (2), companion of Hadrian, d. 130 CE  

Antony Spawforth

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Dec 2015
Antinous, companion of Hadrian in Bithynia, born perhaps c.110 ce, was *Hadrian's companion on his longest provincial tour and in antiquity was generally regarded as the emperor's ... More

Antistius Vetus, Gaius  

Theodore John Cadoux and Barbara Levick

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Dec 2015
Antistius Vetus, Gaius, under whose father *Caesar had served in Further Spain as quaestor (69 bce), was Caesar's quaestor pro praetore in Syria (45–4). He opposed Q. *Caecilius Bassus ... More

Antistius Vetus, Lucius  

Arnaldo Momigliano and M. T. Griffin

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Dec 2015
Antistius Vetus, Lucius, of a patrician family from Gabii, consul with *Nero in 55 ce, was legate of Upper Germany (55–6), but was recalled when planning a waterway to connect the Rhine (Rhenus) with ... More

Antistius Adventus Postumius Aquilinus, Quintus  

Anthony R. Birley

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Dec 2015
Antistius Adventus Postumius Aquilinus, Quintus, senator from Thibilis in *Numidia, held important posts under M. *Aurelius. Decorated for service as a legionary legate in the Parthian War (ce ... More

Antium  

Edward Togo Salmon and T. W. Potter

Antium (mod. Anzio), in *Latium. It was occupied from at least the 8th cent. bce by people with a material culture resembling that of Rome itself. It was certainly Latin in the 6th cent. bce (Dion. ... More

Antonia (1), daughter of M. Antonius (2) and Antonia, 1st cent. BCE  

Arnaldo Momigliano, Theodore John Cadoux, and Ernst Badian

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Dec 2015
Antonia (1), daughter of M. *Antonius (2) and Antonia, daughter of C. *Antonius ‘Hybrida’, in 44 bce was engaged to M. *Aemilius Lepidus (4), but the engagement was broken after the disgrace of ... More

Antonia (2), Maior, daughter of M. Antonius (2) and Octavia, b. 39 BCE  

Theodore John Cadoux and Robin Seager

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Dec 2015
Antonia (2), elder daughter (‘maior’, Suet. Ner. 5. 1; wrongly ‘minor’, Tac. Ann. of M. *Antonius (2) (Mark Antony) and *Octavia (2), born in 39 bce, was the wife of L. *Domitius Ahenobarbus (2). ... More

Antonia (3), Minor, daughter of M. Antonius (2) and Octavia, 36 BCE–37 CE  

Theodore John Cadoux and Ernst Badian

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Dec 2015
Antonia (3), younger daughter (‘minor’, Suet. Calig 1. 1; Claud. of M. *Antonius (2) (Mark Antony) and *Octavia (2), born 31 January 36 bce, married Nero *Claudius Drusus; their children ... More

Antonia (4), daughter of Claudius and Aelia Paetina, mid-1st cent. CE  

Arnaldo Momigliano and M. T. Griffin

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Dec 2015
Antonia (4), daughter of *Claudius and Aelia Paetina, married in 41 ce Cn. Pompeius Magnus and afterwards Faustus Cornelius Sulla. Her first husband was put to death by Claudius, the ... More

Antoninus Pius, Roman emperor, 138–161 CE  

Anthony R. Birley

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Mar 2016
Born at Lanuvium in Latium in 86, was the son of T. Aurelius Fulvus (consul 89) and grandson of another Aurelius Fulvus (consul 70 and 85), from Nîmes (Nemausus). His mother Arria Fadilla was ... More

Antonius, Gaius  

Geoffrey Walter Richardson and Barbara Levick

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Dec 2015
Antonius, Gaius, second son of M. *Antonius (Creticus). *Caesar's legate in 49 bce, he was blockaded by a Pompeian fleet (see pompeius magnus (1), cn.), on Curicta in the Adriatic and forced to ... More

Antonius, Iullus  

Theodore John Cadoux and Barbara Levick

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Dec 2015
Antonius, Iullus, second son of the Triumvir Mark Antony (M. *Antonius (2)) and *Fulvia, born 43 bce, was brought up in Rome by *Octavia (2) and married in 21 to her elder daughter by C. ... More

Antonius Antyllus, Marcus  

Geoffrey Walter Richardson and Barbara Levick

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Dec 2015
Antonius Antyllus, Marcus, whose cognomen recalls Hercules' son Anto, the family's Tiburtine ancestor, was elder son of the triumvir Mark Antony (M. *Antonius (2)) and *Fulvia. In 37 bce at *Tarentum ... More

Antonius Creticus, Marcus  

Ernst Badian

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Dec 2015
Antonius, Marcus, son of M. *Antonius (1) and father of Mark Antony (M. *Antonius (2)) and of L. *Antonius (Pietas), an easy-going man, dominated by his wife Iulia, *Caesar's sister. As praetor (74 ... More

Antonius, Gaius, 'Hybrida'  

Ernst Badian

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Dec 2015
Antonius ‘Hybrida’, Gaius, son of M. *Antonius (1). An officer under *Sulla in Greece and rewarded in his *proscriptions, he was prosecuted and escaped conviction by appealing to the ... More

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