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(C. Flaminius) - Roman consul, 223 and 217 B.C.
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The tribune Flaminius passes an agrarian law.
Flaminius pursues anti-senatorial policies in his year as tribune.
Consuls: C. Flaminius C.f., P. Furius Sp.f. Philus
The senate sends a letter to Flaminius, abrogating his consulship.
Flaminius defeats the Insubres.
Flaminius celebrates a triumph for his victory over the Insubres.
Flaminius and Furius are forced to resign, and new consuls are electe
The censorship of C.Flaminius and L.Aemilius Papus.
Consuls: Cn. Servilius P.f. Geminus, C. Flaminius C.f. (II)
Flaminius enters his consulship at Ariminum.
Hannibal defeats and kills Flaminius at Lake Trasimene.
recorded, that C. Flaminius, who, when tribune of the peo
though somewhat older) were C. Flaminius, C. Varro, Q. Max
to hold elections  & C. Flaminius C.f. L.n. , P.
rvilius P.f. Q.n. Geminus , C. Flaminius C.f. L.n. II -
n.Mart. (5th March) 223/2 & C. Flaminius C.f. L.n., consul
(C. Flaminius) - Roman consul, 187 B.C.
C.Flaminius and M.Fulvius fight successfully against the Spanish rebe
Consuls: M. Aemilius M.f. Lepidus, C. Flaminius C.f.
emilius M.f. M.n. Lepidus , C. Flaminius C.f. C. n. 
- a Roman envoy in Liguria, 154 B.C.
The Ligurians assault the Roman envoy Flaminius.
(Circus Flaminius) - a circus (race-track) at Rome
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paved and the so-called Circus Flaminius was constructed.
(early 1st cent.) ore 215 B.C. in the Circus Flaminius. After Rom
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Caecilius and of Quintus Flaminius, to Juno, Saviour,
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