Philus   - in ancient sources @

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  Philus   (P. Furius Philus) - Roman consul, 223 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Furius
223/_ Consuls: C. Flaminius C.f., P. Furius Sp.f. Philus
222/3 Flaminius and Furius are forced to resign, and new consuls are electe
222/4 Furius celebrates a triumph over the Gauls.
213/3 Atilius resigns as censor after the death of his colleague P.Furius.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p58 L.n. , P. Furius Sp.f. M.n. Philus [222] & M. Claudius
FastCap_p60 esigned , P. Furius Sp.f. M.n. Philus - died in office [21
FastTr_p101 Furius Sp.f. M.n. Philus, consul, & over the Gauls and

  Philus 2   (P. Furius Philus) - Roman praetor, 174 B.C.
  + Furius
171/22 P.Furius and M.Matienus are forced into exile after being found guilt

  Philus 3   (L. Furius Philus) - Roman consul, 136 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Furius
136/_ Consuls: L. Furius Philus, Sex. Atilius M.f. Serranus
136/3 Furius takes his oppponents Metellus and Pompeius as legates to Spain
136/6 Furius hands over Mancinus to the Numantines, but they do not accept
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_108 ame time L. Furius Philus was thought to speak our languag
FastCap_p70 ncinus [136] & L. Furius . . . Philus , Sex. Atilius M.f.

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