7. AGRIPPA FURIUS MEDULLINUS, was consul in B. C. 446.
He was engaged in the Volscian and Aequian wars, and protested against the unjust decision of the curies at Rome respecting a tract of land claimed by Ardea on the one side and by Aricia on the other. (Dionys. A. R. 11.51
; Liv. 3.66
The praenomen Agrippa was probably derived from some accident at the birth of Medulinus Plin. H.N
7.6), as it was not a family name in the Furia gens.