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In the consulship of Plancus?
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When he was aedile, he obliged Lucius Plancus, the censor, to give him the way; and in his praetorship, and consulship, he made Roman knights and married women act on the stage.
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Octavius declined to pursue him, and Plancus hesitated to attack him, although joined by Decimus, one of the murderers of Cæsar, with ten legions.
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Octavius now held aloof from the government army, from which it was obvious that he had ambitious views of his own to further, and was denounced by Plancus to Cicero.
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I would not have endured this treatment, warm with youth in the consulship of Plancus.
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Plancus speaks of an infant with a complete third leg, and Dumeril cites a similar instance.
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L. Munatius Plancus commanded in Northern Gaul, and C. Asinius Pollio in Southern Spain.
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Plancus and Pollio, both friends and favorites of Caesar, had as yet declared neither for Antony nor Octavius.
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Plancus and Pollio stood aloof, waiting for the course of events.
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Plancus and Pollio declared against Caesar's murderers.
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Italy was for the present to be left to the consuls of the year, and for the ensuing year Lepidus, with Plancus, received promise of this high office.
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He sailed to Tyre, intending to take the field against the Parthians; but the season was too far advanced, and he therefore crossed the AEgean to Athens, where he found Fulvia and his brother, accompanied by Pollio, Plancus, and others, all discontented with Octavian's government.
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Popular indignation rose to its height when Plancus and Titius, who had been admitted to Antony's confidence, passed over to Octavian, and disclosed the contents of their master's will.
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And the senate thinks that it will be for the general interests of the republic that the provinces which are at present occupied by Decimus Brutus and by Lucius Plancus, both imperators, and consuls elect, and also by the officers who are in command of provinces, shall continue to be held by them in accordance with the provisions of the Julian law, until each of these officers has a successor appointed by a resolution of the senate; and that they shall take care to maintain those provinces and armies in obedience to the senate and people of Rome, and as a defence to the republic.
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For there is an opinion in some quarters that some one intends to propose to decree Antonius that further Gaul, which Plancus is at present in possession of.
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He is considered of more influence than Lucius Trebellius, of more than Titus Plancus [lacuna] a noble young man.
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As for Plancus, who, having been condemned by the unanimous vote of every one, amid the overpowering applause of you yourselves, somehow or other got mixed up in this crowd, and returned with a countenance so sorrowful, that he appeared to have been dragged back rather than to have returned, he despises him to such degree, as if he were interdicted from fire and water.
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They have with them Trebellius, who, now that all debts are cancelled, is become reconciled to them, and Titus Plancus, and other like them, who are striving with all their hearts, and whose sole object is, to appear to have been restored against the will of the republic.
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Why should I speak of Plancus?
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The legions of Caesar have flourished for a long time; but now those who are flourishing are the legions of Pansa, and the Legions of Hirtius, and the legions of the son of Caesar, and the legions of Plancus.
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Examples of Plancu

Example #1
A slogging fall over timber?
Example #2
Although it were only one.
Example #3
He gave hunts of wild beasts, both in the Circus and in all the wards of the city; as also a show of gladiators; but with such barbarity, that Augustus, after privately reprimanding him, to no purpose, was obliged to restrain him by a public edict.
Example #4
But he was a man of great arrogance, prodigality, and cruelty.
Example #5
Abraham was grieved also, and, by divine counsel, they were both sent away, with some bread and a bottle of water.
Example #6
Ishmael, now a boy of fifteen, made a mockery of the event, whereupon Sarah demanded that the son of the bondwoman, her slave, should be expelled from the house, with his mother.