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Appius Claudius Caecus

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Censor 312 before holding other high office; consul 307 and 296, praetor 295: in the latter two years he fought in Etruria (see etruscans), Campania, and Samnium. In 280, now old and blind,...

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Atilius Caiatinus, Aulus

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(RE 36)

grandson of Q. Fabius Maximus Rullianus, consul 258 and 254 bc, censor 247. He enjoyed mixed fortunes in Sicily in 258 but celebrated a triumph in 257, probably ...

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Ciminius mons

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Range of volcanic mountains rising to just over 900 m. (c.3,000 ft.), which separate southern from central Etruria. A crater lake (lacus Ciminius: Lago di Vico) nestles amongst them. Q. ...

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Cortona

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(Etr. Curtun-), 30 km. (18 mi.) south-east of Arretium, was an important Etruscan stronghold with a commanding view of the Val di Chiana. The archaeological evidence indicates that its...

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Decius Mus, Publius

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(RE 16)

son of (1) above, consul in 312, 308, 297, 295 bc; censor in 304, was one of the leading political figures of his generation and a close ally ...

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Fabius Maximus Verrucosus, Quintus

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As consul 233 bc celebrated a triumph over the Ligurians and unsuccessfully opposed the agrarian bill of Flaminius. He was censor 230, consul for the second time 228, and dictator...

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Papirius Cursor, Lucius

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(RE 52)

Roman general and hero of the Second Samnite War (see Rome (history); Samnium), was five times consul (326, 320, 319, 315, 313 bc) and at least twice dictator ...

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