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(C. Fabricius Luscinus) - Roman consul, 282 B.C.
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Fabricius supports Rufinus, his personal enemy, as a candidate for
Consuls: C. Fabricius C.f. Luscinus, Q. Aemilius Cn.f. Papus
Fabricius defeats the Lucanians near Thurii.
of Thurii erect a statue to Fabricius for his help in protecting the
The triumph of Fabricius, over the Samnites, Lucani, and Bruttii.
Fabricius is sent on a mission to Pyrrhus.
Consuls: C. Fabricius C.f. Luscinus (II), Q. Aemilius Cn.f. Papus (II
Fabricius warns Pyrrhus that Nicias, his doctor, is plotting to kill
Fabricius refuses bribes offered by the Samnites.
Fabricius celebrates a triumph over the Lucanians, Bruttii, Tarentine
lius is elected consul, despite being a personal enemy of Fabricius.
Fabricius, as censor, lowers the rank of Rufinus because he owns some
The contented poverty of Fabricius.
The death of C.Fabricius.
might be said of Caius Fabricius, who was dispatched to
3.63 ) C. Fabricius Luscinus . . . [he conq
 & C. Fabricius C.f. C.n. Luscinus , Q. Aemilius Cn.f
abricius C.f. C.n. Luscinus, consul, & over the Samnites,
abricius C.f. C.n. Luscinus (II), consul (II), & over the
transactions, Fabricius Luscinus, being commissioned by
C. FABRICIUS. C. Fabricius, hearing Pyrrhus had overthro
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