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3. P. Cornelius Blasio, was sent as an ambassador with two others to the Carni, Istri, and Iapydes, in B. C. 170. In 168 he was one of the five commissioners appointed to settle the disputes between the Pisani and Lunenses respecting the boundaries of their lands. (Liv. 43.7, 45.13.)

There are several coins belonging to this family. The obverse of the one annexed has the inscription BLASIO CN. F., with what appears to be the head of Mars: the reverse represents Dionysus, with Pallas on his left hand in the act of crowning him and another female figure on his right. (Eckhel, v. p. 180.)

II. Helvii Blasiones.

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