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Acilius Glabrio, Manius (2), Roman tribune, 122 BCE

Acilius, Manius, grandson of (1), son-in-law of a Scaevola (probably Q. Mucius Scaevola (1)), as tribune 122 bce passed a repetundae law providing for equites as jurors and making procedure more severe (Cic. 1 In Verr. 51 f.). He died soon after. The law, almost certainly part of C. Sempronius Gracchus' programme, seems to be the lex repetundarum preserved on fragmentary bronze tablets.

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