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Curtius Nicias

(2,624 words)

Author(s): Ucciardello, Giuseppe
Entry Version: This is the English version of this article translated by Patrick Hogan. The original Italian version was written by Giuseppe Ucciardello and first published on 15/05/2006. Here is the Italian version of this entry. Grammarian: Name: Curtius Nicias | Κούρτιος Νικίας Identity: BNP Place of Origin: Cos Date: 1st c. BCE ↓ To Source List Biography: Curtius Nicias was a grammarian and tyrant of Cos in the Late Republican period. He was in Rome beginning in 62 BCE and became a Roman citizen thanks to Pompey1 and C\. Memmius2. His complete name is preserved only by Suetonius3 ( gramm.

Curtius Nicias

(2,551 words)

Author(s): Ucciardello, Giuseppe
Versione della scheda: La prima versione italiana di questa scheda di Giuseppe Ucciardello è stata pubblicata il 15/05/2006. Qui si trova la versione inglese della scheda. Grammatico: Nome: Curtius Nicias | Κούρτιος Νικίας Identità: BNP Luogo di provenienza: Cos Data: 1° sec. a.C. ↓ Elenco delle fonti Biografia: Grammatico e tiranno di Cos di epoca tardo-repubblicana. Fu a Roma a partire dal 62 a.C. e divenne cittadino romano grazie a Pompeo o C. Memmio. Il nome completo di questo personaggio è tràdito solo da Svetonio ( gramm. 14), il quale tramanda un episodio che ne attesta i …

Nicias

(5,165 words)

Author(s): Ucciardello, Giuseppe
Entry Version: This is the English version of this article translated by Patrick Hogan. The original Italian version was written by Giuseppe Ucciardello and first published on 16/06/2005. Here is the Italian version of this entry. Grammarian: Name: Nicias | Νικίας Identity: BNP Place of Origin: ? Date: 1st c. BCE (?) ↓ To Source List Biography: Nicias was a Homeric1 commentator, but we know neither when he lived nor his city of origin. However, we ought to seriously consider the proposal to identify him as the grammarian Curtius Nicias2, a native of Cos (he could have been the tyrant3 of the …