Flaccina'tor, M. Fo'slius
2. Master of the equites to the dictator C. Maenius, for the first time in B. C. 320, according to the Fasti, but according to Livy in B. C. 312 (9.26). Both the dictator and Flaccinator resigned on being accused of illegal association against the republic; and both were tried before the consuls and honorably acquitted. Flaccinator was consul in B. C. 318 (Liv. 9.20
), and master of the equites, according to the Fasti, a second time to C. Maenius B. C. 314, but according to Livy (9.28
) to the dictator C. Poetelius.
The cause and circumstances of his trial will be better understood by referring to MAENIUS.