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  Mummius 3   (L. Mummius) - Roman consul, 146 B.C.
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153/4 The Lusitani defeat Mummius.
153/10 ake raids into neighbouring territories, but are checked by Mummius.
152/3 The triumph of L.Mummius, over the Lusitani.
146/_ Consuls: Cn. Cornelius Cn.f. Lentulus, L. Mummius L.f.
146/26 Mummius arrives in Greece and takes over the command from Metellus.
146/27 Mummius defeats the Achaeans at the Isthmus.
146/32 Mummius loots and destroys Corinth, allegedly causing "Corinthian bro
145/7 Mummius goes on a tour of Greek cities.
145/26 The triumph of Mummius, who brings many paintings and statues back
142/12 Mummius donates many statues and paintings, brought back from the sac
142/13 ship of Scipio Africanus and Mummius; Scipio speaks out against C.Lic
140/16 L.Mummius is unable to afford a dowry for his daughter.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.297   POLYSTRATUS & { H 2 } & Lucius & has smitten sore the
AntipSid_9.603   ian women by Praxiteles, which Mummius transferred to Rome
Cic:Brut_94   in being:- the style of Lucius is plain and antiquated;
Cic:DeOr_2.268   was a tacit suspicion, that Mummius seemed to have laid the
CIL_1.626   Lucius Mummius, consul 146 B.C., triumphe
CIL_1.630   Another dedication of Lucius Mummius. Found at Ita
FastCap_p70   elius Cn.f. L.n. Lentulus , L. Mummius L.f. L. n. [145]
Festus:Brev_7   ptured by the proconsul Lucius Mummius, all Achaea was obt
Just_34.2   duct of it to the consul Mummius, who, conveying over his
Oros_4.23   Cn. Cornelius Lentulus and L. Mummius 146 B.C. P. Scipio, the
Oros_5.3   Cn. Cornelius Lentulus and L. Mummius 146 B.C. the overthrow of
Plin:HN_33.57   during the censorship of Lucius Mummius {142 after the fall of
Plin:HN_34.12   to them, because although Mummius's victory destroyed Corinth, it
Plin:HN_34.36   only a temporary theatre. Mummius after conquering Achaia {146
Plin:HN_35.24   but the price surprised Mummius, who suspecting there must
Plin:HN_35.151   destruction of Corinth by Mummius {146 BC} [152] Some
Plin:HN_37.12   with bronze; and that of Mummius {146 for Corinthian and fine
SEG_32.491.B   (c. 145)   10 [ (?) Lucius Mummius ], consul of the Romans,
Syll_676   (146)   Elis honours Lucius Mummius, son of Lucius, the gen
ValMax_6.4.2   and in assemblies. When Mummius was his colleague in
ValMax_7.5.4   of the Achaean to which Mummius lent the finishing touches, was

  Mummius 4   (Sp.Mummius) - the brother of L.Mummius
Cic:Brut_94   rothers L. and Sp. Mummius, both whose orations are still
Cic:Rep_1.18   come with him - Spurius Mummius, of whom he was very
Cic:Rep_1.34   When Philus, Manilius, and Mummius had expressed their enthusiastic
Cic:Rep_3.47     Scipio. I am aware, Spurius, that you are always opposed
Cic:Rep_5.11   After Scipio had spoken thus, Mummius gave his full approval, for
Just_38.8   cipio Africanus, Spurius Mummius, and Lucius Metellus, who

  Mummius 7   - an officer of Crassus, who was defeated by Spartacus
72/48 his army, after his subordinate Mummius is defeated by Spartacus.

  Mummius   - in documents
CIL_1.1747 IX, 2230). Lucius Mummius son of Lucius, and Gaius Ma

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