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7. P. Cornelius Rutilus Cossus, M. F. L. N., dictator in B. C. 408, defeated the Volsci near Antium, laid waste their territory, took by storm a fort near lake Fucinus, by which he made 3000 prisoners, and then returned to Rome. He was consular tribune in B. C. 406. (Liv. 4.56, 58.)

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