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(M. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 294 B.C.
Consuls: L. Postumius L.f. Megellus (II), M. Atilius M.f. Regulus
Samnite attack on the camp of the consul Atilius.
Postumius joins Atilius in Samnium, and the Samnites retreat before
The Romans under Atilius suffer heavy losses in a battle against the
The triumph of Atilius, over the Volsones and Samnites.
llus II , M. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus censors: P. Corneli
Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus, consul, & over the Volsones
(M. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 267 B.C.
Consuls: M. Atilius M.f. Regulus, L. Julius L.f. Libo
Regulus defeats the Sallentini, and captures Brundisium.
Regulus and Libo both celebrate triumphs, over the Sallentini.
the death of Q.Caedicius, M.Regulus is elected consul in his place
to maintain the family of M.Regulus, while he commands the invasio
Regulus kills a giant serpent and sends its skin to Rome.
Inconclusive negotiations between Regulus and the Carthaginians.
Regulus writes to the Roman senate asking for another commander to
Xanthippus defeats and captures Regulus.
General remarks on Regulus' invasion of Africa, and his defeat.
Hamilcar punishes the Numidians for their support of Regulus.
Consuls: C. Atilius M.f. Regulus (II), L. Manlius A.f. Vulso (II)
The Carthaginians send M.Regulus to Rome to negotiate peace terms and
Regulus addresses the Roman senate and urges them to reject the Carth
Regulus returns to Carthage after the failure of his mission to Rome.
Regulus is tortured to death after his return to Carthage.
The widow and sons of Regulus torture two Carthaginian prisoners, Bod
 & M. Atilius M.f. L.n. Regulus , L. Julius L.f.
Atilius M.f. L.n. Regulus, consul, & over the Sallentini,
lius Vulso and Marcus Attilius Regulus were consuls [256
and the exploits and fate of Regulus in Africa (256-5).
(256-5). [31-2] Marcus Atilius Regulus overruns Malta, 256
citizens and priests.  Atilius. Atilius, when
(C. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 257 B.C.
+ Atilius , Gaius
C.Atilius receives news of his election as consul while sowing his
Consuls: C. Atilius M.f. Regulus, Cn. Cornelius P.f. Blasio (II)
C.Atilius carries out raids on Lipara and Melita.
The triumph of C.Atilius, for his naval victory over the Carthaginian
 & C. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus , Cn. Cornelius P.f
 & C. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus II , L. Manlius A.f
Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus, consul, & over the Carthaginia
ception was discovered.  Gaius. While the Carthag
(M. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 227 B.C.
Consuls: P. Valerius L.f. Flaccus, M. Atilius M.f. Regulus
M.Atilius resigns as censor after the death of his colleague P.Furius
Flaccus , M. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus  & M. Valerius
Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus II - elected in his place dicta
(C. Atilius Regulus) - Roman consul, 225 B.C.
Consuls: L. Aemilius Q.f. Papus, C. Atilius M.f. Regulus
army of Gauls at Telamon, although Atilius is killed in the battle.
Papus , C. Atilius M.f. M.n. Regulus censors: C. Claudiu
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