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2. L. Corn. Lentulus, Cos. b. c. 387.
3. Ser. Corn. Lentulus, Cos. b. c. 303.
4. Tib. Corn. Lentulus.
5. L. Corn. Lentulus, Cos. b. c. 275. I
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j 14. Corn. Lentulus,
orn. Len- 12. L. Corn. Lentulus, Pr. b. c. 134.
tulus, Cos. b. c. 201.
13. L. Corn. Lentulus Lupus, Cos. b.c. 167*
Cos. b. c. 199.
15. Cn. Corn. Lentu lus, Cos. b.c. 97. 16. P. Corn. Lentulus, I
Cos. «. c. 162. 24. Cn. Corn. Len- I tulus Clodianus, Cos. b.c. 72.
17. P. Corn. Lentulus.
22. C. Corn. Lentulus, Triumvir Col. Deduc. b. c. 199.
19. P Corn. Lentulus.
20. P. Corn. .Lentulus Spin- 23. Cn. Corn. Lentulus,
ther, Cos. b.c. 57.
21. P. Corn. Lentulus Spin-ther, Pro-quaestor b.c. 44.
26 L. Corn. Lentulus Crus, Cos. b. c. 49.
31. L. Lentuhis, b. c. 168.
Cos. b. c. 146.
27. Serv. Corn. Lentulus, Cur. Aed. b.c. 207.
28. Serv. Corn. Lentulus, 29. P. Corn. Len- Pr. b. c. 169. tulus, Legatus
| b. c. 171. 30. L. Corn. Lentulus, Pr. b. c. 140.
34. L. Corn. Lentulus, Flam. Martis.
36. Cn. Corn. Lentulus, Cos. b. c. 18.
Gaetulicus, Cos. b. c. 1.
Cos. a. d. 25. Gaetulicus, Cos. A. o. 26.
43. Lentulus, Mimographer.
For the Lentuli Marcellini, see marcellus.
viii. 22, 23.) He was legate in the Caudine cam paign, five years after, and advised the consuls to accept the terms offered by the enemy. (Liv. ix. 4.) Next year he was dictator, and he probably was the officer who avenged the disgrace of the Furculae Caudinae. This was indeed disputed (Liv. ix. 15) ; but his descendants at least claimed the honour for him, by assuming the agnomen of Caudinus. [See No. 6.]
6. L. cornelius L. f. tib. n. lentulus caudinus, son of the last. (Fasti Cap. a. u. 516.) He is the first who is expressly recorded with the agnomen Caudinus: but as the Fasti are mutilated, it may have been assumed by his father. He was curule aedile (Vaillant, Cornelii No. \8,Papirii No. 1); Pontifex Maximus (Liv. xxii. 10); and as consul in b. c. 237, he triumphed over the Ligu-rians. (Fasti Cap. ; Eutrop. iii. 2.) He died b. c. 213. (Liv. xxv. 2.)
9. P. cornelius L. f. L. n. lentulus caudinus, brother of the last; with P. Scipio in Spain, B. c. 210 (Liv. xxvi. 48) ; praetor b. c. 204 (Id. xxix. 38) ; one of the ten ambassadors sent to Philip of Macedon in b.c. 196. (Id. xxxiii. 35, 39).
10. P. cornelius P. f. L. n. lentulus, son of No.7, praetor in Sicily b.c. 214, and continued in his province for the two following years. (Liv. xxiv. 9, 10, 44, xxv. 3, xxvi. 1.) In b.c. 189 he was one of ten ambassadors sent into Asia after the submission of Antiochus. (Id. xxxvii. 55.)
11. cn. cornelius L. f. L. n. lentulus (Fasti Cap. a. u. 552); perhaps son of No. 8, since we find him designated as L. f. L. n.; though, on the other hand, his praenomen Cneius, and the absence of the agnomen Caudinus, are opposed to this connection. He was quaestor in b. c. 212; curule aedile with his brother (No. 12) in 204 ; consul in 201 (Liv. xxv. 17, xxix. 11, xxx. 40, 44). He wished for the province of Africa, that he might conclude the war with Carthage; but this well-earned glory was reserved for Scipio by the senate. Lentulus had the command of the fleet on the coast of Sicily, with orders to pass over to Africa if necessary. Scipio used to say, that but for Lentulus's greediness he should have destroyed Carthage. (Liv. xxx. 40—44.) Cn. Lentulus was proconsul in Hither Spain in b. c. 199, and had an ovation for his services. (Id. xxxi. 50, xxxiii. 27.)
12. L, cornelius L. f. L. n. lentulus, brother of the last (Vaill. Cornelii, No. 28), praetor in Sardinia b.c. 211 (Liv. xxv. 41, xxvi. 1), succeeded Scipio as proconsul in Spain, where he remained for eleven years, and on his return was not allowed more than an ovation, because he only held proconsular rank. (Liv. xxviii. 38, xxix. 2,11, 13, xxx. 41, xxxi. 20,30.) During his absence iu