Pennus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pennus   (M. Junius Pennus) - Roman consul, 167 B.C.
  + Marcus
167/_ Consuls: Q. Aelius P.f. Paetus, M. Junius M.f. Pennus
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_109 and Pennus (the son of that Marcus who was joint consul
FastCap_p66 Paetus , M. Junius M.f. M.n. Pennus [166] & M. Claudius

  Pennus 2   (M. Junius Pennus) - tribune of the plebs, 126 B.C.
126/1 M.Junius Pennus passes a law banning all foreigners from Rome.
122/16 M.Junius Pennus dies before he can fulfil his potential as a politici
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_109 so, my Brutus, (M. Pennus) successfully opposed the tribun

Pennussee Capitolinus13

Pennussee Cincinnatus3


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