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  Curiatius   (C. Curiatius) - tribune of the plebs, 138 B.C.
138/5 C.Curiatius gives Nasica the nickname Serapio, because of his likenes
138/6 The tribunes Licinius and Curiatius place the consuls in prison.
138/7 dispute between Curiatius and Nasica over the corn supply.
ValMax_3.7.3   price of corn was rising, Curiatius the tribune of the plebs

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