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  Camillus   (M. Furius Camillus) - Roman dictator, 396 B.C.
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Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Camillus
    Within translations:
Cic:Rep_1.6   reminded of the exile of Camillus, the disgrace suffered by Ahala,
Cic:Tusc_1.90   king Agamemnon; and that M. Camillus is no more concerned about
CIL_6.1308   13.3.61 ) M. Furius Camillus . . . he did
FastCap_p34   censors: M. Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus , M. Postumius A.f
FastCap_p36   ribunes : M. Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus L. Julius L.f. Vop
FastCap_p40   dictator: M. Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus IV , magister equi
FastCap_p42   dictator: M. Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus V , magister equit
FastTr_p94   Furius L.f. Sp.n. Camillus (IV), dictator (V), & over the
Festus:Brev_6   gold. Afterward, Camillus, who was in exile, with a mult
Julian:Caes_323   the two Scipios or of Furius, who sits over there by
Memn_18   aptured by the Gauls, if Camillus had not come to its aid
Oros_2.19   the exile of the dictator Camillus, who had defeated the Veientes.
Oros_3.3   under the leadership of Camillus, they finally captured these
Plin:HN_3.125   on the day on which Camillus took Veii.
Plin:HN_33.14   had been stored there by Camillus, which led to a general
Plin:HN_33.111   a triumphal procession, and that Camillus was so coloured in his
Plin:HN_34.13   the charges brought against Camillus by the quaestor Spurius
Plin:HN_34.23   tunic, as also that of Camillus on the Rostra. Also there
Polyaen_8.7.1   [see also: Livy, 1.54] [7] Camillus. When Camillus com
Polyaen_8.7.2   seven months. Then Camillus, having collected the forces
ValMax_1.5.2   of that most famous deed, Camillus, while he was praying, that
ValMax_1.8.3   Veii was captured by Furius Camillus, the soldiers by command of
ValMax_2.9.1   [9.1]   Camillus and Postumius, being censors commanded
ValMax_4.1.2   I gladly come to Furius Camillus. His change of fortune from
ValMax_4.1.3   [1.3]   Equal to Furius in moderation was Marcius Rutilus
ValMax_5.3.2   repentance in our city. Camillus, the most triumphant enlarger
ValMax_5.6.8   taken, when the gold which Camillus had vowed as the tenth
ValMax_6.5.1   [5.1]   When Camillus the consul besieged Falerii, a
ValMax_7.3e.9   of their city, and Furius Camillus was sent for this purpose

  Camillus 3   (L. Furius Camillus) - Roman consul, 349 B.C.
FastCap_p42 Furius M.f. L.n. Camillus , magister equitum: P Corneliu
FastCap_p44 [349] & L. Furius M.f. L.n. Camillus , Ap. Claudius P.f

  Camillus 4   (L. Furius Camillus) - Roman consul, 338 B.C.
ChronPasc_421 uitum. The consul Camillus executed his own son, because
FastTr_p95 Furius Sp.f. M.n. Camillus, consul, & over the Pedani and

  Camillus 5   (M. Furius Camillus) - Roman consul, 8 A.D.
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FastCap_p86 Consuls: M. Furius P.f. P.n. Camillus , Sex. Nonius L.f.

  Camillus 6   - friend of the poet Philippus, 1st century A.D.
Philip_4.2 know, excellent Camillus, the famous writers of old ;


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