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1. TIB SEMPRONIUS, TIB. F. C. N. GRACCHUS, was consul in B. C. 238; and with his colleague, P. Valerius Falto, carried on a war in Sardinia and Corsica, shortly after the insurrection of the Carthaginian mercenaries. He conquered the enemy, but, though he made no booty, he is said to have brought back a number of worthless captives. (Fest. s. v. Sardi ; Zonar. 8.18; comp. Plb. 1.88; Oros. 4.12.)

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