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- Ahala was a cognomen used by a branch of the patrician gens Servilia. There were also several persons of this gens with the name of Structus Ahala, who...
- For others with this name, see Ahala. Gaius Servilius Structus Ahala was a 5th-century BC politician of ancient Rome, considered by many later writers...
- 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)...
- Structus Ahala, father of the consul of 427 BC. Gaius Servilius Q. f. C. n. Structus Ahala, consul in 427 BC. Gaius Servilius Q. f. C. n. (Structus) Ahala (or...
- Gaius Servilius Structus Ahala (Axilla) was a consul of the Roman Republic in 427 BC and possibly consular tribune in 419, 418 and 417 BC. Servilius belonged...
- Kanuwa", a site at Adam's Peak, Sri Lanka, which is made of C. fistula (ahala, ehela, or aehaela, ඇහැල in Sinhala ) heartwood. C. fistula is widely grown...
- Gaius Servilius Structus Ahala was a Roman consul in 478 BC. According to the Fasti Capitolini he died in office, and was replaced by Opiter Verginius...
- to illustrate his links to another famous tyrannicide, Gaius Servilius Ahala, from whom he was descended. Brutus held his uncle in high regard and his...
- the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Aventinensis and Ahala (or, less frequently, year 389 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 365 BC...
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