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The same year had a dictator in theB.C. 305 person of Publius Cornelius Scipio, the master of the horse being Publius Decius Mus. These men held a consular election —for to this end they had been appointed, since neither consul had been able to leave the seat of war. The consuls chosen were Lucius Postumius and Tiberius Minucius. PisoLucius Calpurnius Piso Frugi, the annalist, cos. 133 B.C. makes these men follow Quintus Fabius and Publius Decius, omitting the two years in which we have placed the consulship of Claudius and Volumnius and that of Cornelius and Marcius. whether in the redaction of his annals he forgot them, or omitted two sets of consuls purposely, as not authentic, is uncertain. in that year also the Samnites made forays upon the Campus StellatisThis was a tract forming part of the Ager Falernus, later celebrated for its choice wine. in Campania. both consuls were accordingly dispatched into Samnium in different directions, Postumius m