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  Figulus   (C. Marcius Figulus) - Roman consul, 162 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
162/_ Consuls: P. Cornelius P.f. Scipio Nasica, C. Marcius C.f. Figulus
156/_ uls: L. Cornelius Cn.f. Lentulus Lupus, C. Marcius C.f. Figulus (II)
156/5 The Dalmatians defeat the consul Figulus.
156/9 Figulus besieges Delminium.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_79 who was joint Consul with C. Figulus [156 B.C.];- Q. Nob
FastCap_p66 Marcius C.f. Q.n. Figulus - they were elected wrongly and
FastCap_p68 Lupus , C. Marcius C.f. Q.n. Figulus II [155] & P. Corne

  Figulus 2   (C. Marcius Figulus) - failed to be elected consul
132/13 C.Figulus is rejected in the elections for new consuls.

  Figulus 3   (C. Marcius Figulus) - Roman consul, 64 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
64/_ Consuls: L. Julius L.f. Caesar, C. Marcius C.f. Figulus

  Figulus 4   (P. Nigidius Figulus) - Pythagorean philosopher, 1st century B.C.
46/54 Cic:Fam_4.8 & 13, letters from Cicero to Marcellus and Figulus.
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_1972 in Ar.] Nigidius Figulus, the Pythagorean sage, died in

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