See also:Roman general . As tribune of the
See also:people in 61 B.C., he was chiefly instrumental in securing the acquittal of the notorious Publius
See also:Clodius when charged with having profaned the mysteries of Bona Dea (
See also:Cicero, Ad . AU. is 16) . In 59
See also:Calenus 'was praetor, and brought forward a
See also:law that the senators, knights, and tribuni aerarii, who composed the judices, should
See also:vote separately, so that it might be known how they gave their votes (Dio Cassius xxxviii . 8) . He fought in Gaul (51) and Spain (49) under Caesar, who, after he had crossed over to
See also:Greece (48), sent Calenus from
See also:Epirus to bring over the
See also:rest of the troops from Italy . On the passage to Italy, most of the
See also:ships were captured by
See also:Bibulus and Calenus himself escaped with difficulty . In 47 he was raised to the consulship through the influence of Caesar . After the
See also:death of the dictator, he joined Antony, whose legions he afterwards commanded in the
See also:north of Italy . He died in 41, while stationed with his army at the
See also:foot of the
See also:Alps, just as he was on the point of marching against Octavianus . Caesar, B.G. viii . 39; B.C. i .
87, iii . 26; Cie . Philippicae, viii . 4 .
CALENDER (r) (Fr. calendre, from the Med. Lat. cale...
AMBROGIO CALEPINO (1435-1511)
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