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136 B.C. Olympiad 161.1


Consuls: L. Furius Philus, Sex. Atilius M.f. Serranus
Athenian archon: Timarchides
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Antipater of Epirus

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1 ROM The senate refuses to endorse Mancinus' treaty.
* Read Plutarch's account
Cic:Rep_3'28,L  +:Off_3'109; ~[Liv]:Per_55; Vell_2.2'1; Plut:TGrac_7'1-6; ~Appian:Hisp_83; DioCass_fr.79'1-3, 83'2; [Vict]:VirIll_59'4,L  64'2;L  Eutrop_4.17'1, 10.17'2; Oros_5.4'21,L  5'3;L  { CAH_9'61; OCD_scipio.}
2 SPA M.Lepidus is defeated at Pallantia.
* Read Appian's account
Lucil_1123; Diod_33.27'1; ~[Liv]:Per_56; ~Appian:Hisp_81-82; +Obseq_25; ~Oros_5.5'13-16;L  { CAH_9'577.}
3 ROM Furius takes his oppponents Metellus and Pompeius as legates to Spain.
* Read Dio's account
+ValMax_3.7'5;L  DioCass_fr.82'1; { OCD_p.}
4 GRE << Carneades the son of Polemarchus becomes head of the Academy, when Carneades the son of Epicomus resigns because of old age.
~Apollod:Fr_54; { OCD_c; Green_715.}
5 PAL << Cendebaeus the general of Antiochus invades Judaea.
* Read 1Maccabees' account
~1Macc_15'38-16'10; Joseph:BJ_1'51-53, :AJ_13'225-227, '236; { After the death of Tryphon.}
6 SPA Furius hands over Mancinus to the Numantines, but they do not accept him.
* Read Livy's account
Cic:DeOr_1'181,L  2'137,L  :Off_3'109; Liv_fr'14;L  ~[Liv]:Per_56; Vell_2.1'5; Plin:HN_34'18;L  ~Appian:Hisp_83; Justin:Dig_50.7'18<q" Pomponius>; Obseq_24; [Vict]:VirIll_59'4;L  AmmMarc_14.11'32, 25.9'11; Oros_5.4'21,L  5'4,L  '6.L 
7 ROM M.Lepidus is fined for his conduct in Spain.
~Appian:Hisp_83; { CAH_9'67, '577.}
8 The tribune P.Rutilius tries to prevent Mancinus from entering the senate after his return from Spain.
Cic:DeOr_1'181-182,L  '238.L 
9 The censorship of Ap.Claudius Pulcher and Q.Fulvius Nobilior; Fulvius dissuades Claudius from handing out harsh punishments.
* Read Fasti's account
+FastCap_p70; ~[Liv]:Per_56; Plut:TGrac_4'2; DioCass_fr.81'1; { OCD_c.}
10 == P.Scaevola condemns a mime for abusing the poet Accius by name on stage.
* Read Anon's account
[Cic]:RhetHer_1'24, 2'19; { Probably when Scaevola was praetor - see MRR_1'486.}

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