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Flaccus, Fu'lvius

1. M. Fulvius Flaccus, Q. F. M. N., was consul with App. Claudius Caudex, in B. C. 264, the year in which the first Punic war broke out. In his consulship the first gladiatorial games were exhibited at Rome, in the forum barium. (Vell. 1.12; Gel. 17.21; V. Max. 2.4.7; Entrop. 2.10; Oros. 4.7, who erroneously calls the colleague of App. Claudius Caudex, Q. Fabius.)

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