Coriolanus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Roman general, early 5th century B.C.
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lsci, who were headed by Coriolanus (then a voluntary exil
lso: Plutarch, Rom.1] Coriolanus, after he had been ban
at the same time that Coriolanus was diverted from destroying the
never craved for money. Cn. Marcius was a young man of
us take into consideration Marcius, who invading his own
Rome, than the violence which Coriolanus offered to it. For he
[4.1] Coriolanus, a person of great courage
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