Merula   - in ancient sources @

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  Merula   (L. Cornelius Merula) - Roman consul, 193 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
193/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius L.f. Merula, A. Minucius Q.f. Thermus
193/13 Merula defeats the Boii at Mutina.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p64   [193] & L. Cornelius L.f. . . Merula , Q. Minucius Q.f.
Nepos_23.8   in the consulship of Lucius Cornelius and Quintus Minucius 193 B.C.

  Merula 3   (L. Cornelius Merula) - suffect consul, 87 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
87/46 Merula is forced to commit suicide, despite abdicating from the consu
    Within translations:
Diod_38.3   tored to the consulship, Merula, who had been appointed
FastCap_p74   resign , L. Cornelius . . . Merula - elected in his pla
ValMax_9.12.5   the same time L. Cornelius Merula, an ex-consul and flamen dialis

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