1. P. Veturius
Geminus Cicurinus, consul B. C. 499 with T. Aebutius Elva.
In this year siege was laid to Fidenae, Crustumeria was taken, and Praeneste revolted from the Latins to the Romans. In Livy (2.19
) his praenomen is Caius,
but Dionysius (5.58
) has Publius;
and the latter name is preferable, as it seems likely enough that the P. Veturius, who was one of the first two quaestors, was the same as the consul. (Plut. Poplic.