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Battle of the Liris or Tolenus River, 11 June 90 BC

Battle of the Liris or Tolenus River, 11 June 90 BCThe battle of the Tolenus or Liris River (11 June 90 BC) was a victory for the Italian rebels in which they killed the consul Publius Rutilius Lupus, although Marius, who was serving under him, partly restored the situation (Italian Social War).Our two main sources for the battle, Appian and Orosius, give different locations for the battle.
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1966 General Election

England C 9,692,356 (42.7%) 219 MP's elected L 2,036,793 (9.0%) 6 MP's elected Lab 10,886,408 (48.0%) 286 MP's elected Com 33,093 (0.1%) 0 MP elected Wales C 396,795 (27.9%) 3 MP's elected L 89,108 (6.2%) 1 MP elected Lab 863,692 (60.7%) 32 MP's elected Com 12,769 (0.9%) 0 MP elected PC 61,071 (4.3%) 0 MP elected Scotland C 960,675 (37.
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Nashville Sit Ins

The Nashville sit-ins started some three months before the sit-ins at Greensboro. Tutored by James Lawson, the students who took part in the Nashville sit-ins were followers of Ghandi's belief in the use of non-violence. Lawson was later to mentor the Southern Christian Leadership Council on non-violent protests.
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