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- Ahala may refer to: Gaius Servilius Structus Ahala, Roman consul in 478 BC Gaius Servilius Ahala Gaius Servilius Ahala (consular tribune 408 BC) Quintus...
- Gaius Servilius Ahala (fl. 439 BC) was a 5th-century BC politician of ancient Rome, considered by many later writers to have been a hero. His fame rested...
- strongholds around the city. Maelius fended off Ahala's officer with a butcher's knife and fled into a crowd. Ahala led a band of patricians into the crowd and...
- Athis ahala is a moth in the family Castniidae first described by Herbert Druce in 1896. It is found in Amazonas, Brazil. Savela, Markku (April 9, 2019)...
- Gaius Servilius Structus Ahala (died c. 478 BC) was a Roman senator from the early Republic, who held the office of consul in 478 BC. During his term...
- Servilius Priscus Fidenas, but is unsure whether he or one other Servilius Ahala held the office of magister equitum that year. Finally, for 417, Livy has...
- are those of Ahala, Caepio, Casca, and Rullus. The cognomen Structus almost always occurs in connection with those of Priscus or Ahala. The only Structus...
- Quintus Servilius Ahala (fl. c. 365–342 BC) was a Roman general and statesman. He held the office of consul three times, in 365, 362 and 342 BC. In 360...
- to illustrate his links to another famous tyrannicide, Gaius Servilius Ahala, from whom he was descended. In 59, when Caesar was consul, Brutus also...
- Gaius Servilius Ahala was a three time consular tribune, in 408, 407 and 402 and one-time magister equitum, in 408 BC, of the Roman Republic. Servilius...