Branches and cognomina
The only family name of the Foslia gens appearing in history was Flaccinator. This family was extinct at an early date.
- Marcus Foslius Flaccinator, grandfather of the consular tribune.
- Gaius Foslius M. f. Flaccinator, father of the consular tribune.
- Marcus Foslius C. f. M. n. Flaccinator, tribunus militum consulari potestate in 433 BC.
- Marcus Foslius Flaccinator, magister equitum in 320 BC, he and the dictator Gaius Maenius were accused of conspiring against the Republic, and resigned, but were acquitted by the consuls. Foslius was consul in 318, and was nominated magister equitum a second time in 314. The details of his service differ between Livy and the consular fasti.
This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Smith, William, ed. (1870). "article name needed". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.
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