Cerco   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Cerco   (Q. Lutatius Cerco) - Roman consul, 241 B.C.
  + Lutatius
241/_ suls: A. Manlius T.f. Torquatus Atticus (II), Q. Lutatius C.f. Cerco
241/19 sioners, headed by the consul Q.Lutatius, to revise the peace terms.
236/9 The death of Q.Lutatius, while acting as censor.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p56   cus II , Q. Lutatius C.f. C.n. Cerco censors: C. Aurelius
FastCap_p58   udinus , Q. Lutatius C.f. C.n. Cerco - died in office [235
FastTr_p101   Lutatius C.f. C.n. Cerco, consul, & over the Falisci, k.Ma
ValMax_1.3.2   [3.2]   Lutatius Cerco, who finished the First Punic
ValMax_2.8.2   the most worthy men. C. Lutatius the consul and Q. Valerius
ValMax_6.5.1   constrained to yield to Q. Lutatius the consul. The Roman people

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