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  Regulus 2   (M. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 294 B.C.
  + Atilius
294/_ Consuls: L. Postumius L.f. Megellus (II), M. Atilius M.f. Regulus
294/5 Samnite attack on the camp of the consul Atilius.
294/11 Postumius joins Atilius in Samnium, and the Samnites retreat before
294/14 The Romans under Atilius suffer heavy losses in a battle against the
293/2 The triumph of Atilius, over the Volsones and Samnites.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p50 llus II , M. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus censors: P. Corneli
FastTr_p97 Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus, consul, & over the Volsones

  Regulus 3   (M. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 267 B.C.
  + Atilius
267/_ Consuls: M. Atilius M.f. Regulus, L. Julius L.f. Libo
267/8 Regulus defeats the Sallentini, and captures Brundisium.
266/1 Regulus and Libo both celebrate triumphs, over the Sallentini.
256/5 the death of Q.Caedicius, M.Regulus is elected consul in his place
256/7 to maintain the family of M.Regulus, while he commands the invasio
256/21 Regulus kills a giant serpent and sends its skin to Rome.
255/2 Inconclusive negotiations between Regulus and the Carthaginians.
255/4 Regulus writes to the Roman senate asking for another commander to
255/14 Xanthippus defeats and captures Regulus.
255/15 General remarks on Regulus' invasion of Africa, and his defeat.
254/11 Hamilcar punishes the Numidians for their support of Regulus.
250/_ Consuls: C. Atilius M.f. Regulus (II), L. Manlius A.f. Vulso (II)
250/21 The Carthaginians send M.Regulus to Rome to negotiate peace terms and
250/22 Regulus addresses the Roman senate and urges them to reject the Carth
250/23 Regulus returns to Carthage after the failure of his mission to Rome.
249/1 Regulus is tortured to death after his return to Carthage.
241/12 The widow and sons of Regulus torture two Carthaginian prisoners, Bod
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54 [267] & M. Atilius M.f. L.n. Regulus , L. Julius L.f.
FastTr_p99 Atilius M.f. L.n. Regulus, consul, & over the Sallentini,
Just_41.4 lius Vulso and Marcus Attilius Regulus were consuls [256
Naev:Pun_29 and the exploits and fate of Regulus in Africa (256-5).
Naev:Pun_31 (256-5). [31-2] Marcus Atilius Regulus overruns Malta, 256
Polyaen_08.12.1 citizens and priests. [12] Atilius. Atilius, when

  Regulus 4   (C. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 257 B.C.
  + Atilius , Gaius
258/17 C.Atilius receives news of his election as consul while sowing his
257/_ Consuls: C. Atilius M.f. Regulus, Cn. Cornelius P.f. Blasio (II)
257/13 C.Atilius carries out raids on Lipara and Melita.
256/4 The triumph of C.Atilius, for his naval victory over the Carthaginian
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54 [257] & C. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus , Cn. Cornelius P.f
FastCap_p56 [250] & C. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus II , L. Manlius A.f
FastTr_p100 Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus, consul, & over the Carthaginia
Polyaen_08.20.1 ception was discovered. [20] Gaius. While the Carthag

  Regulus 5   (M. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 227 B.C.
  + Atilius
227/_ Consuls: P. Valerius L.f. Flaccus, M. Atilius M.f. Regulus
213/3 M.Atilius resigns as censor after the death of his colleague P.Furius
    Within translations:
FastCap_p58 Flaccus , M. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus [226] & M. Valerius
FastCap_p60 Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus II - elected in his place dicta

  Regulus 6   (C. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 225 B.C.
  + Atilius
225/_ Consuls: L. Aemilius Q.f. Papus, C. Atilius M.f. Regulus
225/13 army of Gauls at Telamon, although Atilius is killed in the battle.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p58 Papus , C. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus censors: C. Claudiu


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