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  Coruncanius   (Ti. Coruncianius) - Roman consul, 280 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
280/_ Consuls: P. Valerius Laevinus, Ti. Coruncanius Ti.f.
280/11 Coruncanius leads an army against the Etruscans.
280/15 Ti.Coruncanius arrives with Roman reinforcements.
279/1a The triumph of Coruncanius, over the inhabitants of Vulsinii and Vulc
253/17 Ti. Coruncanius becomes pontifex maximus.
246/46 Ti.Coruncanius is appointed dictator, to hold the elections for new
243/17 Ti.Coruncanius is the first Roman to give public guidance on legal
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_55 w-citizens; and of Titus Coruncanius, who appears by the
FastCap_p52 Valerius . . . Laevinus , Ti. Coruncanius Ti.f. Ti.n. dic
FastCap_p56 .f. M.n. Licinus dictator: Ti. Coruncanius Ti.f. Ti.n. ,
FastTr_p98 Apr. (1st April) 280/79 & [Ti. Coru]ncanius Ti.f. Ti.n.,
Schol:Bob_80 the censor and Tiberius Coruncanius came from the town

  Coruncanius 2   - a Roman ambassador to Illyria, killed in 230 B.C.
230/9 Coruncanius, a Roman ambassador to Illyria, is murdered by order


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