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Ahenobarbus, L. F. L. N., plebeian aedile B. C. 196, prosecuted, in conjuncti with his colleague C. Curio, many pecuarii,
and with the fines raised therefrom built a temple Faunus in the island of the Tiber, which he dedicated in his praetorship, B. C. 194. (Liv. 31.42
He was consul in 192 and was sent against the Boii, who submitted him; but he remained in their country till the following year, when he was succeeded by the consul Scipio Nasica. (35.10, 20, 22, 40, xxx 37.) In 190, he was legate of the consul L. Scipio in the war against Antiochus the Great. (35.39; Plut. Apophth. Rom. Cn. Domit.
) In his consulship one of his oxen is said to have utter the warning " Roma, cave tibi." (Liv. 35.2 V. Max. 1.6.5
, who falsely says, Bello Punico secundo.