Manilius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M'. Manilius) - Roman consul, 149 B.C.
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The mother of Manilius, the consul for 149 B.C., dies in childbirth.
Consuls: L. Marcius C.f. Censorinus, M'. Manilius P.f.
Polybius is summoned by Manilius to Lilybaeum, but returns home when
Manilius informs a senatorial commission of the remarkable achievemen
Manilius captures Tezaga and other towns.
M'.Manilius is regularly consulted as an expert on law and other topi
ius Marcius and M'. Manilius [149 B.C.], and but eighty-thr
ich he did when Censorinus and Manilius were consuls [149
than Philus; M'. Manilius to possess almost an equal sha
ius C.f. C.n. Censorinus , M'. Manilius P.f. P. n. 
(P. Manilius) - Roman consul, 120 B.C.
Consuls: P. Manilius P.f., C. Papirius Carbo
(C. Manilius) - tribune of the plebs, 66 B.C.
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C.Manilius passes a law which enables freedmen to vote in the same
The senate revokes Manilius' law on freedmen's voting rights.
Manilius passes a law to transfer the command of the war against Mith
puts off the prosecution of Manilius until after the end of the year
Manilius, the tribune of the previous year, is brought to trial and
(Manilius Antiochus) - an astronomer, 1st century B.C.
ius Syrus and the astronomer Manilius all arrive on the same ship,
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