Duilius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(K. Duilius) - one of the decemvirs at Rome, 450 B.C.
oetelius . . . Libo Visolus K. Duilius . . . Longus Sp.
(C. Duilius Longus) - consular tribune, 399 B.C.
enucius M.f. M.n. Augurinus C. Duilius K.f. K.n. Longus
(C. Duilius) - Roman consul, 260 B.C.
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Consuls: Cn. Cornelius L.f. Scipio Asina, C. Duilius M.f.
Duilius defeats the Carthaginians in a naval battle off the Liparae
The triumph of Duilius.
Duilius dedicates a temple to Janus.
C.Duilius is appointed dictator, to hold the elections for new consul
The prestige of C.Duilius in his old age.
attack, nor could Gaius Duelius, Aulus Atilius, or Lucius
narum. CIL_1 .25 C. Duilius, consul in 260
nscrIt_13.3.13 ) C. Duilius . . . eighty s
L.f. Cn.n. Scipio Asina , C. Duilius M.f. M.n.  &
C.f. L.n. Maso dictator: C. Duilius M.f. M.n. , magiste
March) & [p100] 260/59 & C. Duilius M.f. M.n., consul,
Cn. Cornelius Asina and C. Duilius 260 B.C. when the elder
similarly the statue to Gaius Duillius, who was the first to
[6.4] C. Duilius also, who first celebrated a
being defeated by the consul Duilius in a naval battle, feared
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