a Roman orator (about B. C. 90), who was remarkably ugly, and whose name is recorded chiefly in consequence of a laugh being raised against him on account of his deformity by C. Julius Caesar Strabo [CAESAR, No. 10], who was opposed to him on one occasion in some law-suit. (Cic. de Orat. 2.66
; Quint. Inst. 6.3.38
; Plin. Nat. 35.4
: the last writer mentions the orator Crassus as the person who raised the laugh against Mancia.) Cicero further relates a smart saying of Mancia on another occasion (de Orat.