Dentatus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(M'. Curius Dentatus) - Roman consul, 290 B.C.
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Consuls: M'. Curius M'.f. Dentatus, P. Cornelius Cn.f. Rufinus
Curius defeats the Samnites.
The triumph of Curius, over the Samnites.
Curius defeats the Sabines.
The second triumph of Curius, over the Sabines.
Curius distributes allotments of land to Roman citizens.
M'.Curius defeats the Senones.
Consuls: M'. Curius M'.f. Dentatus (II), L. Cornelius Ti.f. Lentulus
Curius enlists an army to fight against Pyrrhus.
Consuls: M'. Curius M'.f. Dentatus (III), Ser. Cornelius P.f. Merenda
The triumph of Curius, over Pyrrhus and the Samnites.
Samnite envoys unsuccessfully attempt to bribe Curius.
Curius celebrates an "ovatio" after defeating the Lucanians.
Curius Dentatus, as censor, organizes the construction of the Aqua
incorruptible character of Curius, who is content with his small
The death of Curius Dentatus.
als. But Manius Curius, the Roman general, lived on tur
and likewise of M'. Curius (then a tribune of the people)
honour; as for example, Manius Curius,
the wealth of Pyrrhus, and Curius of the riches of the
fame be before it deserts Curius, and Fabricius, and Calatinus, and
(270) of Manius Curius Dentatus : CICERO : From such a
 & M'. Curius M'.f. M'.n. Dentatus II , L. Cornelius
(17th February) 275/4 & M'. Curius M'.f. M'.n. Dentatus
killed by a woman. Curius the consul of the Romans fought
The next year the consul Curius 290 B.C. waged a war
In the meantime the consul Curius 275 B.C. intercepted Pyrrhus as
who received the surname Dentatus in consequence, and Gnaeus
who was consul with Manius Curius, lost his sight while asleep,
some blamed M'. Curius for distributing but a small par
Tusculum; also Manius Curius, who triumphed over the
[3.5] M'. Curius, a most upright specimen of
Catus, was the disciple of Curius and Fabricius. When he was
example was imitated by M'. Curius the consul. When he was
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