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(Ti. Coruncianius) - Roman consul, 280 B.C.
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Consuls: P. Valerius Laevinus, Ti. Coruncanius Ti.f.
Coruncanius leads an army against the Etruscans.
Ti.Coruncanius arrives with Roman reinforcements.
The triumph of Coruncanius, over the inhabitants of Vulsinii and Vulc
Ti. Coruncanius becomes pontifex maximus.
Ti.Coruncanius is appointed dictator, to hold the elections for new
Ti.Coruncanius is the first Roman to give public guidance on legal
w-citizens; and of Titus Coruncanius, who appears by the
compared with them, our Coruncanius, Fabricius, Cato and Scipio
such that of Titus Coruncanius, such that of the
Valerius . . . Laevinus , Ti. Coruncanius Ti.f. Ti.n. dic
.f. M.n. Licinus dictator: Ti. Coruncanius Ti.f. Ti.n. ,
Apr. (1st April) 280/79 & [Ti. Coru]ncanius Ti.f. Ti.n.,
the censor and Tiberius Coruncanius came from the town
- a Roman ambassador to Illyria, killed in 230 B.C.
Coruncanius, a Roman ambassador to Illyria, is murdered by order
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