Fabius Maximus in Roman Biography

Fa'bl-us Max'I-mus, (Quintus,) a son of the following, and grandson by adoption of Paulus ^Emilius, was chosen consul 122 B.C. Having the department of Transalpine Gaul, he carried on a successful war against the Arverni and the Allobroges. On one occasion he defeated the enemy, who lost 120,000 men, while the loss of the Romans was very small. For this victory he received the surname of Allobrogicus.

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