Mancinus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(A. Hostilius Mancinus) - Roman consul, 170 B.C.
tribunes censure the aedile A.Mancinus for his behaviour towards a
Consuls: A. Hostilius L.f. Mancinus, A. Atilius C.f. Serranus
Hostilius escapes a plot to capture him at Phanote.
Hostilius attempts to invade Macedonia by a mountain route.
Hostilius fails to make any progress in the war against Perseus.
 & A. Hostilius L.f. A.n. Mancinus , A. Atilius C.f.
nts in the consulship of Mancinus and Serranus, and read
(L. Hostilius Mancinus) - Roman consul, 145 B.C.
Mancinus captures part of Carthage.
Scipio rescues Mancinus from a Carthaginian counter-attack.
L.Mancinus exhibits paintings of the capture of Carthage, to help his
onsuls: Q.Fabius Q.f. Maximus Aemilianus, L. Hostilius L.f. Mancinus
ianus , L. Hostilius L.f. L.n. Mancinus  & Ser. Sulpi
(C. Hostilius Mancinus) - Roman consul, 137 B.C.
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the senate and the praetor C.Mancinus, concerning Melitaea and Nart
onsuls: M. Aemilius M.f. Lepidus Porcina, C. Hostilius A.f. Mancinus
Inauspicious omens as the consul Mancinus leaves for Spain.
Mancinus is completely defeated by the Numantines and forced to make
Lepidus replaces Mancinus as Roman commander.
The senate refuses to endorse Mancinus' treaty.
Furius hands over Mancinus to the Numantines, but they do not accept
P.Rutilius tries to prevent Mancinus from entering the senate after
the consulship of Lepidus and Mancinus [137 B.C.]. 
rcina , C. Hostilius A.f. L.n. Mancinus  & L. Furius
(c. 140) ius] Hostilius Mancinus, son of Aulus, praetor cons
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