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The Piso family of ancient Rome was a prominent plebeian branch of the gens Calpurnia , descended from Calpus the son of Numa Pompilius . with at least 50 prominent Roman family members recognized. Members are known into the 2nd century. Notable members:...
Usage examples of piso.
Let our esteemed consuls-elect Gaius Piso and Manius Acilius Glabrio warm their arses on their curule chairs first.
Owning little attractive apart from his name, Calpurnius Piso, and his eminently respectable ancestry, Piso had needed to bribe heavily to secure election.
I acquit Catulus and Gaius Piso and the rest of the rump, but Publius Sulla, his minion Autronius and all that lot were assiduous in helping Carbo prosecute.
No Catulus, no Gaius Piso, no Hortensius, no Metellus Pius Pontifex Maximus?
Find Quintus Lutatius Catulus, Quintus Hortensius and Gaius Piso the consul.
Bibulus deemed him too much of an intellectual liability in a council containing Gaius Piso, who was quite dense enough without reinforcements.
Calpurnius Piso, being tall, very dark, and possessed of bushy eyebrows.
Gaius Piso passed to the ranks of the consulars in the front rows on either side of the House.
But then, I am not a pirate, though I sometimes wonder about Gaius Piso in that respect!
His debts mounting with frightening rapidity, Piso needed the Gauls to recoup his losses, so he desisted.
Glabrio had greedily rushed off to govern his province early in his consulship, and done Piso no service thereby.
Marcus Pupius Piso, who was assisted by a stunning retinue of junior advocates.
And when I saw you in court struggling against insuperable odds, with Pupius Piso and Cicero and the rest sneering at you, I wanted to kill everyone who ground you down.
Lucius Piso had recognized the potential in this new industry, and espoused it so wholeheartedly that he succeeded in making a great deal of money out of it.
And when Lucius Piso died, his son, another Lucius Piso, continued both in this activity and in the warm friendship with Crassus.