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s storm-tossed, damaged condition the fleet reached Carales.Cagliari; several times in XXIII. x. f.; of. Vol. VII. p. 226, note. There, while the beached ships were undergoing repairs, winter overtook him, and as the turn of the year came while no one sought to prolong his command, it was as a private citizen that Tiberius Claudius brought the fleet back to Rome. Marcus Servilius, to avoid being recalled to the city to hold the elections, named Gaius ServiliusB.C. 202 GeminusConsul in 203 B.C.; xix. 6 ff.; XXIX. xxxviii. 3. dictator and went to his province. The dictator named Publius Aelius Paetus master of the horse. Repeatedly a date for the elections was announced, but storms prevented them from taking place. Consequently, since the old magistrates had left office on the eve of the Ides of March and new men had not been elected in their places, the state had no curule magistrates. Titus Manlius Torquatus,The stem defender of every ancient custom; cf. especially XXI