MARCUS Fabius Ambustus


MARCUS Fabius Ambustus
MARCUS Fabius Ambustus
Tribunus Militum an. Urb. Cond, 375. et 387. Idem 2. Consul cum M. Popilio Laenate, an Urb. ond. 400. Tarquinienses et Faiscos superavit.

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