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3. C. Papirius Maso, was, according to some annals, one of the triumviri for founding the colonies of Placentia and Cremona, in Cisalpine Gaul, in B. C. 218. (Liv. 21.25.) Asconius (in Cic. Pis. p. 3, ed. Orell.) calls him P. Papirius Mas,. He may be the same as the consul [No. 2] or the decemvir sacrorum mentioned below. [No. 4.]

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