Falto - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Q. Valerius Falto) - Roman consul, 239 B.C.
The triumph of Q.Valerius Falto, propraetor, for his naval victory
Consuls: C. Mamilius Q.f. Turrinus, Q. Valerius Q.f. Falto
rrinus , Q. Valerius Q.f. P.n. Falto  & Ti. Semproniu
Valerius Q.f. P.n. Falto, propraetor, & naval triumph from
victory by sea of Catulus and Falto at the Aegates Island
Lutatius the consul and Q. Valerius the praetor had defeated and
(P. Valerius Falto) - Roman consul, 238 B.C.
Consuls: Ti. Sempronius Ti.f. Gracchus, P. Valerius Q.f. Falto
acchus , P. Valerius Q.f. P.n. Falto & [p58]  & L.
Sempronius Gracchus and P. Valerius Falto 238 B.C. the Romans went
the first conflict, when Valerius was consul, three thousand
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