Glabrio - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M'. Acilius Glabrio) - Roman consul, 191 B.C.
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The praetor M'.Glabrio suppresses a conspiracy of slaves in Etruria.
Consuls: M'. Acilius C.f. Glabrio, P. Cornelius Cn.f. Scipio Nasica
Acilius passes a law, which according to Fulvius is the first law to
Acilius leaves Rome.
Acilius crosses over to Greece from Brundisium.
Acilius captures Heracleia.
Acilius captures Lamia.
Acilius gives offerings to the temple at Delphi.
Sp.Ligustinus serves under Acilius in Greece.
Acilius celebrates a triumph over Antiochus and the Aetolians.
Cato accuses Acilius, a rival candidate for the censorship, of approp
The temple of Pietas is dedicated by M'.Glabrio.
lae in 191 B.C. by Glabrio : GELLIUS : No one on that occa
Nasica , M'. Acilius C.f. L.n. Glabrio  & L. Corneliu
ome new marriage. Acilius the Roman consul, on the other
that the consul Acilius Glabrio along with the legates
to Ephesus.  Acilius dispatched Cato to Rome to repo
(191/0) s statue of Manius Acilius, son of Gaius, the ge
(c. 178/7) t this inscription honoured Acilius, dated it to 1
(M'. Acilius Glabrio) - suffect consul, 154 B.C.
Acilius M'.f. C.n. Glabrio - elected in his place censors:
(M'. Acilius Glabrio) - tribune of the plebs, 122 B.C.
Glabrio, a colleague of Gracchus, passes a law against extortion, the
(M'. Acilius Glabrio) - Roman consul, 67 B.C.
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Scaevola avoids the expense of speaking in defence of Glabrio.
Consuls: C. Calpurnius Piso, M'. Acilius M'.f. Glabrio
Acilius is appointed to take over Lucullus' command in Bithynia and
Acilius punishes the praetor L.Lucullus, for not standing in his pres
contemporary M'. Glabrio, though carefully instructed
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