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  Flaminius   (C. Flaminius) - Roman consul, 223 and 217 B.C.
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232/8 The tribune Flaminius passes an agrarian law.
232/9 Flaminius pursues anti-senatorial policies in his year as tribune.
223/_ Consuls: C. Flaminius C.f., P. Furius Sp.f. Philus
223/8 The senate sends a letter to Flaminius, abrogating his consulship.
223/9 Flaminius defeats the Insubres.
222/2 Flaminius celebrates a triumph for his victory over the Insubres.
222/3 Flaminius and Furius are forced to resign, and new consuls are electe
220/52 The censorship of C.Flaminius and L.Aemilius Papus.
217/_ Consuls: Cn. Servilius P.f. Geminus, C. Flaminius C.f. (II)
217/9 Flaminius enters his consulship at Ariminum.
217/20 Hannibal defeats and kills Flaminius at Lake Trasimene.
    Within translations:
Cic:Acad_2.13   better known cases of Gaius Flaminius, who when tribune of the
Cic:Brut_57   recorded, that C. Flaminius, who, when tribune of the peo
Cic:Brut_77   though somewhat older) were C. Flaminius, C. Varro, Q. Max
FastCap_p58   to hold elections [223] & C. Flaminius C.f. L.n. , P.
FastCap_p60   rvilius P.f. Q.n. Geminus , C. Flaminius C.f. L.n. II -
FastTr_p101   n.Mart. (5th March) 223/2 & C. Flaminius C.f. L.n., consul
Nepos_23.4   he ambushed the consul Gaius Flaminius with his army at Trasumenus
Oros_4.13   same year the consul Flaminius 223 B.C. disregarding the
Oros_4.15   the camp of the consul Flaminius, he laid waste the surrounding
Plin:HN_35.197   stands, the law which Gaius Flaminius and Lucius Aemilius as censors
ValMax_1.1.5   the dictatorship and that C. Flaminius ceased to be master of
ValMax_1.6.6   [6.6]   When Gaius Flaminius, being inauspiciously made consul,
ValMax_1.6.7   The headlong obstinacy of Flaminius was followed by C.
ValMax_5.4.5   was equally respected by C. Flaminius. For he as tribune of

  Flaminius 2   (C. Flaminius) - Roman consul, 187 B.C.
192/9 C.Flaminius and M.Fulvius fight successfully against the Spanish rebe
187/_ Consuls: M. Aemilius M.f. Lepidus, C. Flaminius C.f.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p64   emilius M.f. M.n. Lepidus , C. Flaminius C.f. C. n. [186]
Oros_4.20   In both Spains, the praetors Flaminius and Fulvius waged wars that
ValMax_6.6.3   M. Aemilius Lepidus and L. Flaminius were consuls, M. Claudius the

  Flaminius 3   - a Roman envoy in Liguria, 154 B.C.
154/3 The Ligurians assault the Roman envoy Flaminius.

  Flaminius 4   (Circus Flaminius) - a circus (race-track) at Rome
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Cassiod:Chr_534   paved and the so-called Circus Flaminius was constructed.
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   ore 215 B.C. in the Circus Flaminius. After Rom
Obseq_16   into the Tiber. In the Circus the portico between the temple
Obseq_54   of Apollo perspired. In the Circus the temple of Piety which
Plin:HN_34.13   the double colonnade at the Flaminian circus which owing to the
Plin:HN_36.26   by Cn. Domitius in the Flaminian Circus There is Neptune himself,
ValMax_1.7.4   at the fork in the Flaminian Circus, at the time of
ValMax_4.4.8   places in the Circus and Circus these places were publicly bestowed

  Flaminius   - in documents
CIL_1.1430 Caecilius and of Quintus Flaminius, to Juno, Saviour,


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