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Vi'tulus, Mami'lius

3. C. Mamilius Vitulus, was elected maximus curio in B. C. 209, being the first plebeian who had held that office. He was praetor in B. C. 208 with Sicily as his province, and was one of the ambassadors sent to Philip, king of Macedonia, in B. C. 203. He died in B. C. 174 of the pestilence which visited Rome in that year. (Liv. 27.8, 35, 36, 38, 30.26, 41.26.)

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