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- only source for the life of Aulus Gellius is the details recorded in his writings. Internal evidence points to Gellius having been born between AD 125 and...
- Mediterranean Sea of pirates. Gellius was given charge of the Italian coast off Tuscany. Although Pompey soon headed to the East, Gellius retained command of the...
- Samnite War. He was defeated and taken prisoner in 305 BC, at the Battle of Bovianum. Gellia gens Gellius Egnatius Aulus Gellius Livy, ix. 44. 13. v t e...
- Gellius Egnatius (died 295 BC) was the leader of the Varriani, a leading clan of the Samnites during the Third Samnite War, which broke out in 298 BC...
- generals of the Second and Third Samnite wars bore this name (Statius Gellius and Gellius Egnatius). Some of its members later moved to Rome, perhaps not long...
- Although he was normally taken as the north wind, the Roman writers Aulus Gellius and Pliny the Elder both took Boreas as a northeast wind, equivalent to...
- 36 BC. Gellius fought for Mark Antony against Octavian at the Battle of Actium in 31 BC, after which he disappears from history. Lucius Gellius is apparently...
- Gellius Maximus was the son of Lucius Gellius Maximus, who had served as a doctor to Emperor Caracalla's doctor. For his services, Lucius Gellius Maximus...
- by Vincent Bourne dating from 1716–17 is based on the account of Aulus Gellius. Titled Mutua Benevolentia primaria lex naturae est, it was translated...
- the command of Lucius Gellius and Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Clodi****. Initially, the consular armies were successful. Gellius engaged a group of about...