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Carus [1]

(428 words)

Author(s): Spickermann, Wolfgang (Bochum) | Courtney, Edward (Charlottesville, VA) | Rottler, Christoph (Tübingen) | Birley, A. R. (Düsseldorf)
(Κάρος, Κάκυρος; Káros, Kákyros). Celtiberian from Segeda, general of several Iberian tribes and towns that defeated the army of the consul Q.  Fulvius [I 17] Nobilior on 23/ 8/153 BC. The Roman prohibition of building a wall around Segeda caused the confrontation. C. was killed while pursuing the enemy (App. Ib. 45; Diod. Sic. 31,39; Flor. Epit. 1,34 [Megaravicus]).  Hispania Spickermann, Wolfgang (Bochum) [German version] [2] Poet friend of Ovid A poet friend of  Ovid (Pont. 4,13 is addressed to him; 3,5 in the Tristiae, where the identity of the respective addressees is con…

Aper

(152 words)

Author(s): Rottler, Christoph (Tübingen) | Birley, A. R. (Düsseldorf)
[German version] [1], M. Homo novus, 1st cent. AD, dialogue partner in Tacitus's Dialogus Lived from about AD 23 until the last quarter of 1st cent. A Roman orator from Gallia (Tac. Dial. 10,2; presumably Tres Galliae [4. 799 f.]), possibly father of Flavius A. (PIR2 F 206). Was probably awarded during the campaign in Britain 43 (Tac. Dial. 17,4) the latus clavus, which for the homo novus opened a career as quaestor, tribune of the people and praetor (7,1). In Tacitus' Dialogus he appears as a dialogue partner, the only source for the famous orator (14,3). Rottler, Christoph (Tübingen) Bibli…

Italus

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Author(s): Rottler, Christoph (Tübingen)
[German version] (Ἴταλος; Ítalos). Important figure in the mythological-factual history of settlement and eponym of Italy (Dion. Hal. Ant. Rom. 1,35,1; Verg. Aen. 1,533; Steph. Byz. s.v. Ἰταλία). Aristotle ascribes to the king and legislator of the Oenotrians, the later Italici, (Antiochus, FGrH 555 F 5f.) the establishing of syssitiae and of agriculture (Aristot. Pol. 1329b 8-20; [1]). I. (Thuc. 6,2,4), or his son Sicelus (Philistus, FGrH 556 F 46), is also regarded as king of the Siculi, who had been expelled from Italy. As king of Sicily he…