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A New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman ...
He died in 203. — 4. Q. Fabius Maximus, elder son of the preceding, was prtetor
214, and consul 213. He was legatus to the consul M. Livius Salinator 207. He
died soon after this period, and his funeral oration was pronounced by his father.
Universal Historical Dictionary: Or Explanation of the Names ...
Fabius Maximus, Q. surnamed Rullianus, the first of the Fabii, to whom the
surname of Maximus was given, because he lessened the power of the populace
at elections, was five times consul, namely, U. C. 432, 444, 446, 457, and 459 ;
Social Conflict in Ancient Greece
There are four possibilities: (i) Q. Fabius Maximus Aemilianus, consul in 145; (ii)
Q. Fabius Maximus Servilianus, consul in 142; (iii) Q. Fabius Maximus
Allobrogicus, consul in 121; and (iv) Q. Fabius Maximus Eburnus, consul in 116.
Rank and Participation in the Republican Senate
Senator L. Cornelius Lentulus Caudinus (Cos. 237) Q. Fabius Maximus
Verrucosus (Cos. I 233) ? Lentulus Caudinus (Cos. 237) Fabius Maximus (Cos. 1
233) T. Manlius Torquatus (Cos. I 235) Q. Fabius Pictor (Sen.) Sp. Carvilius
The Fragments of the Roman Historians
351–2 Fabius Maximus, Q. (cos. 213) I. 291, II. 525 Fabius Maximus, Q. (cos. suff.
45) I. 350, 351, 352, II. 719, 849 Fabius Maximus, Q. (pr. 181) I. 227 Fabius
Maximus Aemilianus, Q. (cos. 145) I. 227, II. 123 Fabius Maximus Allobrogicus, ...
He points out that Q. Fabius Maximus regarded himself as a scion of Fabii,
Cornelii and Aemilii (Cic., Vat. 28: nihil Maximus fecit alienum aut sua virtute aut
illis viris clarissimis, Paullis, Maxumis, Africanis, quorum gloriam huius virtute ...
Cannae 216 BC: Hannibal Smashes Rome's Army
Quintus Fabius Maximus Only one Roman figure emerges from the turmoil and
humiliation of these years of the Hannibalic War with any credit, and this only as
a post-factum judgement of his contribution to Rome's survival and eventual ...
Ancient Roman Statutes: A Translation with Introduction, ...
II (104) Whereas Quintus Aelius Tubero and Paulus Fabius Maximus, the consuls
, reported concerning the number of public fountains established by Marcus
Agrippa within the city and its suburbs, and inquired of the Senate as to what
action it ...
Allan Chester Johnson, Paul Robinson Coleman-Norton, Frank Card Bourne, 1961
A DICTIONARY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES
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M. Claudius Marrellus. W Mi P. Cornelius Scipio Asina. M. Minucius Ruins. Diet,
comil. kab. c Q. Fabius Maximus Verrucosus. Mag. Bq. C. Flaminius.
THE LIFE OF FABIUS MAXIMUS. Such were the memorable actions of Pericles,*
as far as we have been able to collect them ; and now we proceed to the life of
Fabius Maximus. The first Fabius was the son of Hercules by one of the Nymphs,
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Everyone expected Fabius Maximus, an admired leader and experienced general, to quickly march on Hannibal's forces, but he did not. «Los Angeles Times, Oct 14»