Maenius   - in ancient sources @

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  Maenius 6   (C. maenius) - Roman consul, 338 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
314/15 C.Maenius is elected dictator to investigate anti-Roman plots at Capu
314/17 Maenius resigns from the dictatorship to face allegations of treason.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p46   Q.n. Philo III dictator: Cn. Maenius P.f. P.n. , magiste
FastTr_p95   (27th September) 338/7 & C. Maenius P.f. P.n., consul,
Plin:HN_34.20   statue of honour of Gaius Maenius who had vanquished the Old

  Maenius 11   - a Roman spendthrift, 2nd century B.C.
184/14 Maenius retains possession of a pillar near the forum, from which he

  Maenius 13   (Q. Maenius) - Roman praetor, 170 B.C.
170/11 transmitted by the praetor Q.Maenius, concerning Thisbae in Boeotia

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