Manius Acilius Glabrio
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- Manius Acilius Glabrio, a Roman general and consul of the Roman Republic in 191 BC.
- Manius Acilius Glabrio, a suffect consul in 154 BC. In 181 BC, he was on the two-man commission for temple dedications (duumviri aedi dedicandae): he was in charge of the Temple of Pietas in the Forum Holitorium, and a Lucius Porcius Cato the Temple of Venus Erycina near the Colline Gate. He was curule aedile in 166 with Marcus Fulvius Nobilior, in charge of presenting the Ludi Megalenses at which the Andria of the comic playwright Terence was first presented. He served as praetor in the year 157 at the latest. His father had the same name, and his grandfather was a Gaius Acilius Glabrio.
- Manius Acilius Glabrio, a tribune of the plebs in 123 or 122 BC who sponsored a lex de repetundis, one of a number of Roman laws aimed at curbing extortion among Roman governors. A Lex Acilia is known from an inscription, and a Lex Rubria Acilia is mentioned in a senatus consultum—an indication that the tribune Gaius Rubrius was a co-sponsor.
- Manius Acilius Glabrio, consul in 67 BC.
- Manius Acilius Glabrio, possibly a lieutenant who served under Julius Caesar who is more likely a Marcus Acilius. A Marcus Acilius Caninus or Caninianus was quaestor pro praetore in Macedonia 45–44, and suffect consul in 33 BC.
- Manius Acilius Glabrio, a consul in AD 91 who was put to death by Domitian.
- Manius Acilius Glabrio, consul in 124, and proconsul of Africa in 139/140.
- Manius Acilius Glabrio, consul with Commodus in 186.
- Marcus Acilius Glabrio (consul 256)
- Recorded in the Fasti Capitolini and Fasti Antiates; T.R.S. Broughton, The Magistrates of the Roman Republic (American Philological Association, 1951, 1986), vol. 1, p. 449.
- Livy 40.34.5; Valerius Maximus 2.5.1; Festus 228 in the edition of Lindsay; Pliny, Natural History 7.121; Broughton, MRR1, p. 386.
- Broughton, MRR1, p. 437, citing Donatus.
- Broughton, MRR1, p. 447.
- Broughton, MRR2 (1952), p. 525.
- CIL 12.2.583; Cicero, In Verrem 1.51 and 2.1.26; Pseudo-Asconius 221; Asconius 231 (Stangl); Broughton, MRR1, pp. 517, 519 (note 4).
- Broughton, MRR2, p. 285.
- Broughton, MRR2, pp. 308, 326.
- Werner Eck, "Ergänzungen zu den Fasti Consulares des 1. und 2. Jh.n.Chr.", Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 24 (1975), pp. 324-344, esp. pp. 325f