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1. C. FULCINIUS. When, in B. C. 438, the Fidenates had revolted against Rome, and joined Lars Tolumnius of Veii, the Romans sent C. Fulcinius and three others as ambassadors to inquire into the cause of the revolt. But the Fidenates, on the advice of Tolumnius, put the Roman ambassadors to death; and the Romans afterwards honoured the ambassadors with statues on the Rostra. (Liv. 4.17; Cic. Phil. 9.2.)

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    • Cicero, Philippics, 9.2
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