Sempronius


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Sempronius

shared in Timon’s bounty; denies him loan when poor. [Br. Lit.: Timon of Athens]
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His rivals, in fact, were the previous republican annalists--of whom, unfortunately, we can only judge by their fragments such as Cincius Alimentus, Coelius Antipater or Cassius Hemina from the older generation and Claudius Quadrigarius (a major source from Livy's Book 6 onwards), Valerius Antias (frequently criticised for his exaggerations), Sempronius Asellio, Cornelius Sisenna or Licinius Macer.
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Judge Sempronius Boyd instructed the jury that a conviction was its only option under the law.
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He (Tiberius Sempronius Longus) believed that Scipio was more sick in mind than in body, and that the recollection of his wound made him afraid of the battle and its missiles.
In 422 BCE, Sempronius was prosecuted for incompetence during his consulship the previous year, for an ill-fated campaign against the neighboring town of Veii.
"Andy Carroll is not for sale." - "The ground will not change its name during our tenure" - "Alan Shearer's appointment is the best we have made here" - all from the mouth of the worst leader since Roman Consul Sempronius told his armies "Don't be ridiculous, what idiot would bring elephants over the Alps"?
The beauty of Saint Agnes of Rome (c 291 AD-c 304) led the Prefect Sempronius to seek her in marriage for his son.