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(P. Rupilius) - Roman consul, 132 B.C.
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P.Rupilius is elected consul, through the influence of Scipio.
Consuls: P. Popillius C.f. Laenas, P. Rupilius P.f.
Rupilius punishes Q.Fabius for losing control of Tauromenium.
Rupilius captures Tauromenium.
Rupilius captures Enna: end of the slave wars.
Rupilius restores order in Sicily, and draws up the regulations known
The death of P.Rupilius, allegedly caused by disappointment at his
- Fannius writes that P. Rupilius took it much to heart,
bels, until such time as Rupilius the Roman general recove
opillius C.f. P.n. Laenas , P. Rupilius P.f. P. n. 
fastened to the gibbet. 7 Rupilius, who had succeeded Piso as
of their families. For P. Rupilius the consul, in that war
For when the senate commanded Rupilius and Laenas the consuls to
[9.8] P. Rupilius was not one of the
When he was brought to Rupilius the consul after the capture
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