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(L. Volumnius Flamma Violens) - Roman consul, 307 B.C.
Consuls: Ap. Claudius C.f. Caecus, L. Volumnius C.f. Flamma Violens
chooses to stay at Rome, while Volumnius takes charge of the army
Volumnius attacks the Sallentini.
Ap. Claudius C.f. Caecus (II), L. Volumnius C.f. Flamma Violens (II)
Claudius and Volumnius defeat a combined Etruscan and Samnite army
Volumnius defeats a Samnite army which had invaded Campania, in a
ces emergency measures before receiving news of Volumnius' victory
aecus , L. Volumnius C.f. C.n. Flamma Violens censors: M.
ecus II L. Volumnius C.f. C.n. Flamma Violens II , 
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