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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith) 9 9 Browse Search
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Titus Livius (Livy), The History of Rome, Book 27 (ed. Frank Gardner Moore, Professor Emeritus in Columbia University), chapter 7 (search)
f. XXIV. xliii. 4. consequently Licinius abdicated his office. The curule aediles, Lucius VeturiusHe was consul in 206 B.C.; XXVIII. x. 8. B.C. 210 and Publius Licinius Varus, renewed the Roman Games for one day. The plebeian aediles, Quintus Catius and Lucius Porcius Licinus, out of money paid in fines set up bronze statues at the Temple of Ceres,This was the temple of the Roman plebeians and headquarters of the plebeian aediles, who conducted these ludi plebeii in November. It was founded 493 B.C. and they celebrated the games with splendid appointments, considering the resources of the time. VII. At the end of this yearThis late season may be drawn from a different authority, since the capture of New Carthage has been described as taking place in the spring, and 40 days would have been sufficient for the entire voyage. But see De Sanctis l.c. pp. 468 f.; cf. XXVI. li. 2. Gaius Laelius, Scipio's lieutenant, came to Rome on the thirty-fourth day after leaving Tarraco. And o