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(L. Quinctius Flamininus) - Roman consul, 192 B.C.
L.Flamininus defeats the Acarnanians at Leucas.
Consuls: L. Quinctius T.f. Flamininus, Cn. Domitius L.f. Ahenobarbus
L.Flamininus attacks the Boii, and allegedly treats his captives with
CIL_613, a dedication by L.Flamininus at Praeneste.
eview the senate, and impose penalties on L.Flamininus and L.Scipio.
Lucius Quinctius Flamininus. Piece of an arc
 & L. Quinctius T.f. L.n. Flamininus , Cn. Domitius
(T. Quinctius Flamininus) - Roman consul, 198 B.C.
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+ Quinctius , Titus
T.Flamininus as praetor is appointed governor of Tarentum.
T.Flamininus is elected consul for the following year, though he had
Consuls: T. Quinctius Q.f. Flamininus, Sex. Aelius Q.f. Paetus Catus
ace negotiations between Philippus and Flamininus by the river Aous.
Flamininus suffers a repulse at Atrax.
Peace negotiations between Philippus and Flamininus at Nicaea.
dismissed by the senate and Flamininus is allowed to remain as comma
Flamininus forces the Boeotians to enter into alliance with the Roman
Flamininus defeats Philippus at the battle of Cynoscephalae.
Flamininus agrees peace terms with Philippus; the end of the Second
Flamininus proclaims the independence of the Greek states at the Isth
inscriptions put up by various Greek cities in honour of Flamininus.
Flamininus advances to Argos.
Flamininus invades Laconia.
Flamininus addresses the Greeks at a congress at Corinth, and announc
Syll_593, a letter from Flamininus to the town of Chyretiae.
The upright conduct of Flamininus in Greece.
Flamininus celebrates a triumph for his victories over Philippus and
Flamininus forces Diophanes, the general of the Achaean League, to
The censors Flamininus and Marcellus review the senate.
Delphic proxeni (including T.Flamininus and M.Lepidus) for the year
tes, an envoy from Messene, seeks to gain the support of Flamininus.
tes of the Achaean League refuse to hold an assembly for Flamininus.
uicide after being surrounded by soldiers belonging to T.Flamininus.
saying of Flamininus, mocking the appearance of Philopoemon.
remarks on the character of T.Flamininus, and his achievements in
PLUTARCH, Flamininus (Titus)
where Philip V was defeated by Flamininus. For the king's
the land of Hellas, and Titus, & too, led there a host
lius Paetus, consul with Flamininus, 198 ; CICERO : - A
guide the Romans, asks Flamininus : CICERO : - O Titus,
Ennius:Ann_* 330-333 *
30-1] & Charopus assures Flamininus that the shepherd is
toil ?  & Speech of Flamininus before the battle :
& Impatience of Flamininus' army ? : FESTUS : Nictit
. . . [347-8] & Flamininus points to the relation of
defeated by the Roman general Titus in Thessaly. But even
Catus , T. Quinctius T.f. L.n. Flamininus  & C. Corne
inc[tius T.f. L.n. Flamininus,] proconsul, & [from Macedon
Pseudo-Philippus. Flamininus defeated Philippus, Paulus
Scipio. But when Flamininus on behalf of the senate agai
precious than empire." Flamininus, too, the Roman consul
at once, sent orders to Flamininus, that "he should, if
T. QUINCTIUS. T. Quinctius was eminent so early, that
(c. 140) y, which laws Titus Quinctius the consul had laid d
(T. Quinctius Flamininus) - Roman consul, 150 B.C.
Consuls: T. Quinctius T.f. Flamininus, M'. Acilius L.f. Balbus
 & T. Quinctius T.f. T.n. Flamininus , M'. Acilius
(T. Quinctius Flamininus) - Roman consul, 123 B.C.
Consuls: Q. Caecilius Q.f. Metellus, T. Quinctius T.f. Flamininus
CIL_657, a milestone of T.Quinctius.
death. As to T. Flamininus, whom I myself have seen, I
ung, we can easily remember T. Flamininus, who was joint-c
Text Milestone of Quinctius Flamininus, 123 B.C. (150
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