Censorinus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(C. Marcius Rutilus Censorinus) - Roman consul, 310 B.C.
Marcius captures Allifae.
drawn battle between Marcius' army and the Samnites.
The censors P.Cornelius and C.Marcius complete the census.
Censorinus is elected censor for the second time.
was afterwards called Censorinus  & In this year
(who was later called Censorinus) - they completed the
(who was given the name Censorinus while holding this off
(L. Marcius Censorinus) - Roman consul, 149 B.C.
Consuls: L. Marcius C.f. Censorinus, M'. Manilius P.f.
Censorinus returns to Rome.
The censors, Lentulus and Censorinus, complete the census of Roman
in the consulship of Lucius Marcius and M. Manilius [14
ibery; which he did when Censorinus and Manilius were cons
 & L. Marcius C.f. C.n. Censorinus , M'. Manilius
(C. Marcius Censorinus) - an associate of Cinna and Carbo
Censorinus attempts to prosecutes Sulla for extortion, but fails
Octavius is murdered by Censorinus, an associate of Cinna.
Pompeius defeats Marcius at Senae.
arinas near Spoletium, and then ambushes a detachment under Marcius.
guish himself.- C. Censorinus had a good stock of Greek
but we lost Pomponius, Censorinus, and Murena, from the
(L. Marcius Censorinus) - Roman consul, 39 B.C.
Consuls: L. Marcius L.f. Censorinus , C. Calvisius C.f. Sabinus
The triumph of Censorinus, from Macedonia.
spus Octavius and Pollio Censorinus and Sabinus Pulcher
Marcius L.f. C.n. Censorinus, consul, & from Macedonia,
Calvisius Sabinus and Censorinus; but these also, thoug
(C. Marcius Censorinus) - Roman consul, 8 B.C.
mus Aruntius and Priscus Censorinus and Gallio Nero and
- a Roman admiral in the war against Mithridates
nippus. Meanwhile Censorinus, the Roman admiral in comman
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