Maso   - in ancient sources @

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  Maso   (C. Papirius Maso) - Roman consul, 231 B.C.
  + Papirius
231/_ Consuls: M. Pomponius M'.f. Matho, C. Papirius C.f. Maso
231/13 Papirius dedicates a temple to Fons.
230/2 Papirius celebrates a private "triumph" over the Corsicans on the Alb
    Within translations:
DioCass_fr.48   cus Pomponius and} Gaius Papirius, in spite of the fact
FastCap_p58   Matho , C. Papirius C.f. L.n. Maso dictator: C. Duilius
FastTr_p101   Papirius C.f. L.n. Maso, consul, & over the Corsicans, the
ValMax_3.6.5   [6.5]   Papirius Masso also, not being able to
ValMax_6.5.1   but when they learnt from Papirius, who by the consul's command

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