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(A. Atilius Caiatinus) - Roman consul, 258 B.C.
Consuls: A. Atilius A.f. Caiatinus, C. Sulpicius Q.f. Paterculus
very of M.Calpurnius rescues Atilius from an ambush while marching
The triumph of A.Atilius, over Sicily and the Carthaginians.
Cn. Cornelius L.f. Scipio Asina (II), A. Atilius A.f. Caiatinus (II)
Atilius dedicates a temple to Fides.
Romans appoint a dictator, A.Atilius, to take charge of the war in
A.Atilius Caiatinus is recognized as an outstanding citizen of Rome.
could Gaius Duelius, Aulus Atilius, or Lucius Metellus have
Curius, and Fabricius, and Calatinus, and the two Scipios,
 & A. Atilius A.f. C.n. Caiatinus , C. Sulpicius
sina II , A. Atilius A.f. C.n. Caiatinus II  & Cn.
Atilius A.f. C.n. Caiatinus, praetor, & naval triumph ove
following year the consul Calatinus 258 B.C. attacked the
against this. When Atilius Calatinus, by agreement, sat as
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