Marcus Fulvius Flaccus

150 BC - 121 BC

Marcus Fulvius Flaccus

Marcus Fulvius Flaccus was a Roman senator and an ally of the Gracchi. He became an administrator of the agrarian reform in 130 BC, and as a solution to the problem of land division among the allied cities, proposed Roman citizenship for the allies' citizens, thus introducing a question that vexed Roman politics for many years. Elected consul in 125 BC, he was ordered by the Roman Senate to assist Massilia (modern Marseille) against depredations of the Salluvii. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Marcus Fulvius Flaccus has received more than 2,436 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 96th most popular extremist.

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Among extremists, Marcus Fulvius Flaccus ranks 96 out of 182Before him are Alexandros Koryzis, Robert Ford, Sirhan Sirhan, Andrew Cunanan, Joachim Kroll, and Michel Fourniret. After him are Joseph Bonanno, Pedro López, Wadie Haddad, Charles Whitman, Béla Kiss, and Baby Face Nelson.

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Among people born in 150 BC, Marcus Fulvius Flaccus ranks 16Before him are Artemidorus Ephesius, Seleucus VI Epiphanes, Zeno of Sidon, Tigranes I, Sextus Julius Caesar, and Antiochus XII Dionysus. After him are Lucius Marcius Philippus, Demetrius III Eucaerus, Mithridates IV of Pontus, Lucius Afranius, Publius Ventidius Bassus, and Marcus Aurelius Cotta. Among people deceased in 121 BC, Marcus Fulvius Flaccus ranks 3Before him are Gaius Gracchus and Cleopatra Thea.

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