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Scae'vola, Mu'cius

4. P. Mucius Scaevola, the son of Quintus, was elected a praetor, with his brother Quintus, B. C. 179. (Liv. 40.44). Publius had the urbana provincia, and the quaestio de veneficiis in the city, and within ten miles of the city. He was consul in B. C. 175, with Aemilius Lepidus H, Publius had the Ligures for his province (Liv. 41.19). He fought a battle with some tribes which had ravaged Luna and Pisae, gained a victory, and was honoured with a triumph, which is recorded in a fragment of the Capitoline marbles, where he is named [P. Mu] Q. F. P. N. (Clinton, Fasti, B. C. 175.)

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    • Livy, The History of Rome, Book 41, 19
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