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  Mancinus   (A. Hostilius Mancinus) - Roman consul, 170 B.C.
  + Hostilius
182/18 tribunes censure the aedile A.Mancinus for his behaviour towards a
170/_ Consuls: A. Hostilius L.f. Mancinus, A. Atilius C.f. Serranus
170/2 Hostilius escapes a plot to capture him at Phanote.
170/4 Hostilius attempts to invade Macedonia by a mountain route.
170/16 Hostilius fails to make any progress in the war against Perseus.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p66 [170] & A. Hostilius L.f. A.n. Mancinus , A. Atilius C.f.
Hieron:Chron_1878 nts in the consulship of Mancinus and Serranus, and read

  Mancinus 2   (L. Hostilius Mancinus) - Roman consul, 145 B.C.
147/1 Mancinus captures part of Carthage.
147/2 Scipio rescues Mancinus from a Carthaginian counter-attack.
146/38 L.Mancinus exhibits paintings of the capture of Carthage, to help his
145/_ onsuls: Q.Fabius Q.f. Maximus Aemilianus, L. Hostilius L.f. Mancinus
    Within translations:
FastCap_p70   ianus , L. Hostilius L.f. L.n. Mancinus [144] & Ser. Sulpi
Plin:HN_35.23   battle. [23] Also Lucius Hostilius Mancinus who had been the first

  Mancinus 3   (C. Hostilius Mancinus) - Roman consul, 137 B.C.
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  + Hostilius
140/19a the senate and the praetor C.Mancinus, concerning Melitaea and Nart
137/_ onsuls: M. Aemilius M.f. Lepidus Porcina, C. Hostilius A.f. Mancinus
137/3 Inauspicious omens as the consul Mancinus leaves for Spain.
137/8 Mancinus is completely defeated by the Numantines and forced to make
137/9 Lepidus replaces Mancinus as Roman commander.
136/1 The senate refuses to endorse Mancinus' treaty.
136/6 Furius hands over Mancinus to the Numantines, but they do not accept
136/8 P.Rutilius tries to prevent Mancinus from entering the senate after
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_106   the consulship of Lepidus and Mancinus [137 B.C.]. [107]
Cic:DeOr_1.181   of the people ordered Gaius Mancinus, a most noble and excellent
Cic:DeOr_1.238   and that of Gaius Hostilius Mancinus, ** and that of the
Cic:DeOr_2.137   we consider the case of Mancinus ** so as referring to
Cic:Rep_3.28   made a treaty and that Mancinus was in the same situation
FastCap_p70   rcina , C. Hostilius A.f. L.n. Mancinus [136] & L. Furius
Obseq_24   by lightning. The consul Hostilius Mancinus at the Port of when
Oros_5.4   Lepidus and C. Hostilius Mancinus 137 B.C. various prodigies
Oros_5.5   10 At a later date Mancinus did his very best to
Plin:HN_34.18   cloaks that have recently appeared. Mancinus set up a statue of
Syll_674   (c. 140)   ius] Hostilius Mancinus, son of Aulus, praetor cons
ValMax_1.6.7   was followed by C. Hostilius Mancinus with a vain obstinacy, to
ValMax_2.7.1   to the ground. Thus Mancinus, miserably surrendering himself, was

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