Servius Fulvius Flaccus
Servius Fulvius Flaccus came from the Roman plebs family Fulvia and was consul in 9866. He put down an uprising among the Ardiaei in Illyria. Cicero described him as a literary and elegant man. He was, however, accused of incest and was defended by Gaius Curio.
- Smith, William (1870). Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology. 2. Boston, Little. p. 155.
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