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  1. Fabius Quintus

    a renowned Roman general, five times consul, twice censor and dictator in 221 B.C.; famous for his cautious generalship against Hannibal in the Second Punic War, harassing to the enemy, which won him the surname of "Cunctator" or delayer; d. 203 B.C.

  2. Fabius Quintus

    a noted Roman general, five times consul and twice dictator; waged successful war against the Samnites in 323 B.C.

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