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Cicuri'nus

4. C. VETURIUS P. F. GEMINUS CICURINUS, consul B. C. 455 with T. Romilius Rocus Vaticanus, marched with his colleague against the Aequi. They defeated the enemy, and gained immense booty, which however they did not distribute among the soldiers, but sold on account of the poverty of the treasury. They were in consequence both brought to trial in the next year: Veturius was accused by L. Alienus, the plebeian aedile, and sentenced to pay a fine of 10,000 asses. As some compensation for his ill-treatment by the plebeians he was elected augur in 453. (Liv. 3.31, 32; Dionys. A. R. 10.33; Diod. 12.5.)

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