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  Cursor   ( L. Papirius Cursor ) - Roman censor, 393 B.C.
FastCap_p38 nus censors: L. Papirius . . . Cursor , C. Julius Sp.f.

  Cursor 3   ( L. Papirius Cursor ) - Roman consul, 326 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Papirius
324/_ Roman dictator: L. Papirius Cursor
324/27 The dictator Papirius attempts to punish Q.Fabius for disobeying his
324/30 Papirius inflicts another defeat on the Samnites.
323/3 The triumph of Papirius, over the Samnites.
320/_ Consuls: L. Papirius Sp.f. Cursor (II), Q. Publilius Q.f. Philo (III)
320/20 Papirius (acting as either consul or magister equitum) captures Lucer
319/_ Consuls: L. Papirius Sp.f. Cursor (III), Q. Aulius Q.f. Cerretanus
319/16 The triumph of Papirius Cursor, over the Samnites.
315/_ Consuls: L. Papirius Sp.f. Cursor (IV), Q. Publilius Q.f. Philo (IV)
313/_ Consuls: L. Papirius Sp.f. Cursor (V), C. Junius C.f. Bubulcus Brutus
309/_ Consuls: ( L. Papirius Sp.f. Cursor, dictator for the year
309/1 Papirius Cursor is appointed dictator.
309/10 Cursor defeats the Samnites.
309/11 Cursor threatens an ally from Praeneste with the lictor's axe.
309/15 The triumph of Cursor, over the Samnites.
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_421   114.1] Papirius Cursor was appointed dictator, with Dru
CIL_6.1318   .3.62 ) L. Papirius Cursor . . . in the war
FastCap_p46   [320] & L. Papirius Sp.f. L.n. Cursor II , Q. Publilius
FastCap_p48   ctator: L. Papirius Sp.f. L.n. Cursor II , magister equitu
FastTr_p95   apirius Sp.f. L.n. Cursor, dictator, & over the Samnites,
FastTr_p96   apirius Sp.f. L.n. Cursor (II), consul (III), & over the
Oros_3.15   insistence of the consul Papirius 315 B.C. caused great
ValMax_2.7.8   purpose is that which follows. Papirius the dictator when Q. Fabius
ValMax_3.2.9   the Samnites. For when Papirius Cursor had gone to the city

  Cursor 4   ( L. Papirius Cursor ) - Roman consul, 293 B.C.
  + Papirius
293/_ Consuls: L. Papirius L.f. Cursor, Sp. Carvilius C.f. Maximus
293/8 Papirius informs Carvilius of his intention to fight at Aquilonia.
293/9 Papirius defeats the Samnites at Aquilonia, while Carvilius captures
292/2 The triumph of Papirius, over the Samnites.
292/3 Papirius dedicates a temple to Quirinus, where he erects the first
272/_ Consuls: L. Papirius L.f. Cursor (II), Sp. Carvilius C.f. Maximus (II
272/14 Papirius seizes part of Bruttium, and captures Tarentum.
272/31 Carvilius and Papirius both celebrate triumphs, over the ? Samnites,
    Within translations:
FastCap_p50   [293] & L. Papirius L.f. Sp.n. Cursor , Sp. Carvilius C.f.
FastCap_p52   [272] & L. Papirius L.f. Sp.n. Cursor II , Sp. Carvilius
FastTr_p97   piriu]s L.f. Sp.n. Cursor, consul, & over the Samnites,
FastTr_p99   irius L.f. [Sp.n.] Cursor (II), consul (II), & over the
Oros_3.22   the war. 3 The consul Papirius 293 B.C. was sent against
Plin:HN_7.213   Quirinus by Lucius Papirius Cursor when dedicating that temple,
Plin:HN_7.214   than the traditional date of Papirius's sundial. The lines of this
ValMax_7.2.5   act of prudence. Papirius Cursor, as consul, desired to

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