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(L. Mummius) - Roman consul, 146 B.C.
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The Lusitani defeat Mummius.
ake raids into neighbouring territories, but are checked by Mummius.
The triumph of L.Mummius, over the Lusitani.
Consuls: Cn. Cornelius Cn.f. Lentulus, L. Mummius L.f.
Mummius arrives in Greece and takes over the command from Metellus.
Mummius defeats the Achaeans at the Isthmus.
Mummius loots and destroys Corinth, allegedly causing "Corinthian bro
Mummius goes on a tour of Greek cities.
The triumph of Mummius, who brings many paintings and statues back
Mummius donates many statues and paintings, brought back from the sac
ship of Scipio Africanus and Mummius; Scipio speaks out against C.Lic
L.Mummius is unable to afford a dowry for his daughter.
in being:- the style of Lucius is plain and antiquated;
Lucius Mummius, consul 146 B.C., triumphe
Another dedication of Lucius Mummius. Found at Ita
elius Cn.f. L.n. Lentulus , L. Mummius L.f. L. n. 
ptured by the proconsul Lucius Mummius, all Achaea was obt
duct of it to the consul Mummius, who, conveying over his
(146) Elis honours Lucius Mummius, son of Lucius, the gen
(Sp.Mummius) - the brother of L.Mummius
rothers L. and Sp. Mummius, both whose orations are still
cipio Africanus, Spurius Mummius, and Lucius Metellus, who
- an officer of Crassus, who was defeated by Spartacus
his army, after his subordinate Mummius is defeated by Spartacus.
- in documents
IX, 2230). Lucius Mummius son of Lucius, and Gaius Ma
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