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Encyclopedia > 104 BC

Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC


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Roman Timeline of the 2nd Century BC (1325 words)
184 BC Porcius Cato the Elder is elected as censor, and is known afterwards as Cato the Censor.
135 BC Birth of the tribune of the plebs L. Appuleius Saturninus, somewhere in Picenum.
101 BC Cilicia is annexed as a province of Rome.
Gaius Marius Summary (5128 words)
Marius was born in 157 BC in the town of Arpinum in southern Latium.
Given the repeated military debacles from 113 BC to 109 BC and the accusations that the oligarchy was open to flagrant bribery, it is not at all surprising that the virtuous new man who had worked with difficulty up the ladder of offices was elected as an alternative to the inept or corrupt nobility.
In 91 BC Marcus Livius Drusus was elected tribune and proposed a greater division of state lands, the enlargement of the Senate, and a conferral of Roman citizenship upon all freemen of Italy.
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