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Ge'minus, Fu'fius

In B. C. 35, when Octavianus, after subduing the Pannonians, retired to Rome, he left Fufius Geminus, with a part of his army, behind in Pannonia. Soon after the departure of Octavianus, the Pannonians rose again; but Geminus succeeded in compelling them, by several battles, to remain quiet, although he had at first been driven by them from the town of Siscia. (D. C. 49.36.) He seems to be the same person as the one whom Florus (4.12.8) calls Vibius. Whether he stood in any relation to C. Fufius Geminus, who was consul in A. D. 29, is unknown. (Tac. Ann. 5.1.)


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