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  Luscinus   (C. Fabricius Luscinus) - Roman consul, 282 B.C.
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  + Fabricius
291/8 Fabricius supports Rufinus, his personal enemy, as a candidate for
282/_ Consuls: C. Fabricius C.f. Luscinus, Q. Aemilius Cn.f. Papus
282/31 Fabricius defeats the Lucanians near Thurii.
282/40 of Thurii erect a statue to Fabricius for his help in protecting the
281/15 The triumph of Fabricius, over the Samnites, Lucani, and Bruttii.
280/34 Fabricius is sent on a mission to Pyrrhus.
278/_ Consuls: C. Fabricius C.f. Luscinus (II), Q. Aemilius Cn.f. Papus (II
278/2 Fabricius warns Pyrrhus that Nicias, his doctor, is plotting to kill
278/32 Fabricius refuses bribes offered by the Samnites.
278/33 Fabricius celebrates a triumph over the Lucanians, Bruttii, Tarentine
278/34 lius is elected consul, despite being a personal enemy of Fabricius.
275/29 Fabricius, as censor, lowers the rank of Rufinus because he owns some
265/27 The contented poverty of Fabricius.
265/28 The death of C.Fabricius.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_55   might be said of Caius Fabricius, who was dispatched to
Cic:DeOr_2.268   an able commander, thanked Gaius Fabricius for having, though he was
Cic:DeOr_3.56   with them, our Coruncanius, Fabricius, Cato and Scipio were
Cic:Rep_3.40   . . . Fabricius, I suppose, felt the lack
Cic:Tusc_1.110   before it deserts Curius, and Fabricius, and Calatinus, and the two
Cic:Tusc_3.56   why what was borne by Fabricius should be spoken of by
CIL_6.37048   3.63 ) C. Fabricius Luscinus . . . [he conq
Ennius:Ann_186 93] & Pyrrhus replies to Fabricius, who came to ransom Rom
FastCap_p52   [282] & C. Fabricius C.f. C.n. Luscinus , Q. Aemilius Cn.f
FastTr_p97   abricius C.f. C.n. Luscinus, consul, & over the Samnites,
FastTr_p98   abricius C.f. C.n. Luscinus (II), consul (II), & over the
Just_18.2   transactions, Fabricius Luscinus, being commissioned by
Plin:HN_33.153   with men - if only Fabricius, who forbade gallant generals to
Plin:HN_34.32   same people afterwards presented Fabricius with a statue for
Plut:Mor_194   C. FABRICIUS. C. Fabricius, hearing Pyrrhus had overthro
Plut:Mor_195   ecretly be placed behind Fabricius, and discover himself
ValMax_1.8.6   city of Thurii, C. Fabricius Luscinus the consul on the other
ValMax_2.9.4   of the censorship of Fabricius Luscinus? All ages have told us,
ValMax_4.3.6   The prayers of Fabricius were in agreement with those
ValMax_4.3.7   the disciple of Curius and Fabricius. When he was consul, the
ValMax_4.4.10   the daughters of Fabricius Luscinus and Scipio, from lacking
ValMax_4.4.3   in the houses of C. Fabricius and Q. Aemilius Papus, the
ValMax_6.5.1   Timochares the Ambracian promised Fabricius the consul, that he

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