Camillus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M. Furius Camillus) - Roman dictator, 396 B.C.
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reminded of the exile of Camillus, the disgrace suffered by Ahala,
king Agamemnon; and that M. Camillus is no more concerned about
13.3.61 ) M. Furius Camillus . . . he did
censors: M. Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus , M. Postumius A.f
ribunes : M. Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus L. Julius L.f. Vop
dictator: M. Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus IV , magister equi
dictator: M. Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus V , magister equit
Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus (IV), dictator (V), & over the
gold. Afterward, Camillus, who was in exile, with a mult
the two Scipios or of Furius, who sits over there by
aptured by the Gauls, if Camillus had not come to its aid
the exile of the dictator Camillus, who had defeated the Veientes.
under the leadership of Camillus, they finally captured these
on the day on which Camillus took Veii.
had been stored there by Camillus, which led to a general
a triumphal procession, and that Camillus was so coloured in his
the charges brought against Camillus by the quaestor Spurius
tunic, as also that of Camillus on the Rostra. Also there
[see also: Livy, 1.54]  Camillus. When Camillus com
seven months. Then Camillus, having collected the forces
of that most famous deed, Camillus, while he was praying, that
Veii was captured by Furius Camillus, the soldiers by command of
[9.1] Camillus and Postumius, being censors commanded
I gladly come to Furius Camillus. His change of fortune from
[1.3] Equal to Furius in moderation was Marcius Rutilus
repentance in our city. Camillus, the most triumphant enlarger
taken, when the gold which Camillus had vowed as the tenth
[5.1] When Camillus the consul besieged Falerii, a
of their city, and Furius Camillus was sent for this purpose
(L. Furius Camillus) - Roman consul, 349 B.C.
Furius M.f. L.n. Camillus , magister equitum: P Corneliu
 & L. Furius M.f. L.n. Camillus , Ap. Claudius P.f
(L. Furius Camillus) - Roman consul, 338 B.C.
uitum. The consul Camillus executed his own son, because
Furius Sp.f. M.n. Camillus, consul, & over the Pedani and
(M. Furius Camillus) - Roman consul, 8 A.D.
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Consuls: M. Furius P.f. P.n. Camillus , Sex. Nonius L.f.
- friend of the poet Philippus, 1st century A.D.
know, excellent Camillus, the famous writers of old ;
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