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Fu'lvius

1. L. Fulvius Curius, *fou/lbios was consul in B. C. 322, with Q. Fabius Maximus Rullianus. He is the first Fulvius that we meet with in the history of Rome, and is said to have been consul at Tusculumin theyear in which that town revolted against Rome; and on going over to the Romans to have been invested there with the same office, and to have triumphed over his own countrymen. He and his colleague were further said, in some annals, to have conquered the Samnites, and to have triumphed over them. In B. C. 313 he was magister equitum to the dictator, L. Aemilius, whom he accompanied to besiege Saticula. (Plin. Nat. 7.44; Liv. 8.38, 9.21.)

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