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Cornelius

Cornelius (fem. Cornelia) was the nomen of the patrician gens Cornelia, one of the important families of ancient Rome. The Scipiones[?], Dolabellae[?], and Cinnae were notable branches of the family.

  • Cornelius Labeo, wrote a history of Roman/Etruscan religion, now lost


Pope Cornelius was pope from 251 to 253.



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