Camillus, Marcus Furius

Camillus, Marcus Furius, a famous patrician of early Rome; took Veii, a rival town, after a ten years' siege; retired into voluntary exile at Ardea on account of the envy of his enemies in Rome; recalled from exile, saved Rome from destruction by the Gauls under Brennus, was five times elected dictator, and gained a succession of victories over rival Italian tribes; died at eighty of the plague, in 365 B.C., lamented by the whole nation, and remembered for generations after as one of the noblest heroic figures in Roman history.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Cameo
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Camerarius
Cameron, John
Cameron, Richard
Cameron, Verney Lovett
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Camilla
Camillus, Marcus Furius
Camisards
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Camorra
Campagna
Campaign, The
Campan, Mme. de
Campanella, Tommaso
Campania
Campanile
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