Lucius Iunius Pullus (consul 249 BC)
After the disastrous defeat of Publius Claudius Pulcher's fleet at the First Battle of Drepana, where his colleagues fleet was almost completely destroyed by the Carthaginian navy, Pulcher was recalled to Rome and fined for his incompetence. Pullus' own fleet was subsequently also destroyed by a storm and harassment from Carthaginian vessels. According to the chronicles, his dismay at losing the fleet led Lucius Iunius Pullus to take his own life rather than returning to Rome in shame as his colleague had done.
Gaius Atilius Regulus
Lucius Manlius Vulso Longus
|Consul of Rome
together with Publius Claudius Pulcher
249 BC–249 BC
Gaius Aurelius Cotta
Publius Servilius Geminus
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- Polib. i. 52-55; Diod. Fragm. XXIV. 1; Eutrop. ii. 15. S. 26, Oros. iv. 10; Val. Máx. I. 4. § 3; Cic. de Div. i. 16, ii. 8, 33, de Nat. Deor. ii. 3; Censorin. Die Nat. 17.
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