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in the consulship of Gaius Sulpicius LongusB.C. 337 and Publius Aelius Paetus the good —will which their generous conduct had procured for the Romans had been no less efficacious than their power in maintaining a general peace, when a war broke out between the Sidicini and the Aurunci. The Aurunci had surrendered in the consulship of Titus Manlius340 B.C. and had given no trouble since that time, for which reason they had the better right to expect assistance from the Romans. but before the consuls marched from Rome —for the Senate had directed them to defend the Aurunci —tidings were brought that the Aurunci had abandoned their town, in their alarm, and had taken refuge, with their wives and children, in Suessa —now called AuruncaSuessa Aurunca was so called in order to distinguish it from the Volscian town Suessa Pometia. —which they had fortified: and that their ancient walls and their city had been destroyed by the Sidicini. this news made the senat