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- Aulus Gabinius (?-48 or 47 BC) was a Roman statesman and general. He was an avid supporter of Pompey who likewise supported Gabinius. He was a prominent...
- (Aulus?) Gabinius, placed in command of the garrison at Scodra in Illyri**** by the proconsul Lucius Anicius Gallus in 167 BC. Aulus Gabinius, tribune...
- led by Aulus Gabinius, and had Berenice beheaded. Archelaus, who according to Strabo had previously had a friendly relationship with Gabinius, died in battle...
- XII remained determined to restore him to power. Pompey persuaded Aulus Gabinius, the Roman governor of Syria, to invade Egypt and restore Ptolemy XII,...
- Gabinius is a monotypic snout moth genus described by Carl Heinrich in 1956. Its only species, Gabinius paulsoni, described by Émile Louis Ragonot in...
- Syria in 57 BC, when Gabinius served as a Proconsul in that province. Sisenna remained in Syria with a few troops, while Gabinius was involved in restoring...
- tribune of the plebs in 71 BC. Lollia married Aulus Gabinius and they had the son Aulus Gabinius Sisenna together. Some time during their marriage she...
- Aulus Gabinius Secundus was a Roman senator and general who was active during the reign of Tiberius. He was suffect consul for the second half of the year...
- (returned in 20 BC). 49-45 BC - loss of Aquilae from legions of Aulus Gabinius and Publius Vatinius to the Dalmatians during Caesar's Civil War. (returned...
- Gabinius Barbarus Pompei**** (died in Rome, February 409) was a politician of the Western Roman Empire, praefectus urbi of Rome during the first siege...
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